71 Pond Building Roch Living Design Photos

Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
The Residence
of high tech and super efficient glass, both as windows and clerestories, there is no need for artificial light during the day. The heating for the building is provided by a radiant system composed of several hundred feet of tubes filled with hot water embedded into the concrete floors. The façade is made
of composite board that is held away from the skin in order to create ventilated façade. This ventilation helps to control the temperature of the building envelope and a more stable temperature indoors. Photo Credit: Alistair Tutton
Can you please say about the size , dimensions of your pond?
When everything you see is worth looking at — trees, pond and rolling lawns — it's hard to beat floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall windows. The furniture is pulled in far enough from the windows to allow people
“Windows” — saryy
Hull Historical
1 Review
Modern Living Area
I think the chair is made by Roche Bobois. Looks like the Nuage Swivel chair http://www.roche-bobois.com/#/en-us/products/all/armchairs/all/all/all/458/fullscreen/
Love the huge windows, fireplace wall, and cool idea to build in the seating to the step down of the room.
“Permanent couch” — Seymour Lee
Yaniv Schwartz - Photographer
It's from Roche bobois http://m.roche-bobois.com/fr_ot/product/detail/309/1/0
Air conditioner build into ceiling
“Habitación” — lealeita
Kevin Vallely Design
8 Reviews
Chosun Residence
The sofa looks like Roche bobois rhythme sectional in Missoni fabric
roche bobois on the left, custom on the right #notyet
The idea of the parting wall being a stone build, and the fireplace inclusion. for us this could be the wall between entrance and living. Polished ceiling
“Color of fireplace juxtaposed with flooring” — Phuong Nguyen
Michael Abrams Limited
21 Reviews
Orchard Family Room A
clearances to combustibles, but none will tell you a "safe" distance at which to place your electronics. Bio-ethanol fireplaces are largely unregulated by building codes and are generally even less specific about proper clearances than gas fireplaces are. It is possible to come up with an non-traditional arrangement
Like the idea of building out a section of the wall for TV and fireplace.
Build wall out for lighting fireplace & tv
Fireplace. Build in for tv, use tile for face of fireplace.
“the grey” — ositiemu
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
contemporary living room / family room
I absolutely love this room, especially the fireplace wall. It's earthy, modern, simple and so eye catching. We are building a home in Seattle, and I would LOVE for my fireplace wall to be similar to this one. Can you please share what this material is and where it is from
It looks like it might be from Roche Bobois. Check there website and look at the Les Contemporains line.
is actually not a mural in this view - the textured portion of the wall is board-formed concrete (the same concrete you see on the exterior of the building).
Perhaps build-in above this fireplace, awesome!!
“Cool fireplace. That would take up a bit of the wall and break it up a bit. not too deep so it wou” — skiffk
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
House By The Pond
House By The Pond The overall design of the house was a direct response to an array of environmental regulations, site constraints, solar orientation and specific programmatic requirements. The strategy was to locate a two story volume that contained all of the bedrooms and baths, running north/south
front pavilion was conceived as a breezeway. It connects the light and activity of the yard and pool area to the south with the view and wildlife of the pond to the north. The exterior materials consist of anodized aluminum doors, windows and trim, cedar and cement board siding. They were selected for their
solar heat gain in the winter. Specific zoning, an efficient geothermal heating and cooling system, highly energy efficient glazing and an advanced building insulation system resulted in a structure that exceeded the requirements of the energy star rating system. Photo Credit: Matthew Carbone and Frank
“puertas” — lealalejandro
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
O'Banion Residence
We are building a house and are trying to picture a kiva w/ stove insert. Have seen lots of more traditional styles with wood stove inserts but not kivas. Thanks
The painting of the blue wolves is the work of Santa Fe artist Carole LaRoche. Her gallery is on Canyon Rd.
“Oak roof” — Taylor Lloyd group
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