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Arnold Ziffel
Architect - Jack Viks
Ideabooks1,422
Questions3
to Bauhaus! Breuer was also an architect, and like most of his European colleagues, he had to flee Europe during World War II. He landed at Harvard along with his Bauhaus mentor, Walter Gropius, and went on to become one of the Harvard 5, a group of Bauhaus architects who landed in New Canaan, Conn.
to Bauhaus! Breuer was also an architect, and like most of his European colleagues, he had to flee Europe during World War II. He landed at Harvard along with his Bauhaus mentor, Walter Gropius, and went on to become one of the Harvard 5, a group of Bauhaus architects who landed in New Canaan, Conn.
“Stunning furniture classics” — Emily Goodwin Interiors
Hojo
Ideabooks746
Questions1
describes the project as a descendent of the sichu no sankyo tradition, which is "a cottage with a small garden in the midst of an urban context." The architect also refers to shakkei, or borrowed scenery as an influence. From inside we can see how the views of the surrounding buildings become this scenery
of an urban context." The architect also refers to shakkei, or borrowed scenery as an influence. From inside we can see how the views of the surrounding buildings become this scenery, enabled by floating the structure in the urban void.
Hojo, Toyko, Yoneda The architect calls this space "a cottage
“Sitting area” — Jennifer Cohan
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Living room
Ideabooks10,975
Questions7
Here are more shelves with a slender profile and hidden supports; the latter are, according to the architect, comprised of "an upturned leg in the back which is bolted to the wall ... [and] then concealed."
“The Fairs really were exceptional clients and subsequently have become great friends,” says architect Craig Schultz. “They love to entertain, cook, laugh, and they truly enjoy life. They are committed to an encompassing approach to their lives, and
Here are more shelves with a slender profile and hidden supports; the latter are, according to the architect, comprised of "an upturned leg in the back which is bolted to the wall ... [and] then concealed."
“volume” — tracycharlestonhouse2013
Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
34th Street House
Ideabooks2,467
Questions13
Push the ceiling up. While midcentury modern ranches may have great high ceilings, many of the ranches that followed have lower ones. Talk with an architect about busting through the ceiling to the roofline — a higher ceiling makes rooms feel a lot larger. See how that works
The architects vaulted up the existing flat ceiling and added a glass door to let more light into the family room; they saved the existing steel-frame windows. The homeowners created a spare but comfortable furniture layout that incorporates iconic midcentury modern and contemporary pieces — and a nod
Push the ceiling up. While midcentury modern ranches may have great high ceilings, many of the ranches that followed have lower ones. Talk with an architect about busting through the ceiling to the roofline — a higher ceiling makes rooms feel a lot larger. See how that worksPhotos: See the rest of this
“Pillows” — scottishhome43
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Parisian Modern Flat - Pacific Heights
Ideabooks2,057
Questions4
Parisian Modern Flat, because it uses the European idea of classic architecture as the backdrop for modern elements and furniture,” says Sutro. The architect reordered the rooms, making a large, open space up front and relocating the bedrooms in the rear of the house. Now the living room, dining room and
“Parisian Modern Flat”, because it uses the European idea of classic architecture as the backdrop for modern elements and furniture,’ says Sutro. The architect rearranged the rooms, making a large, open-plan space at the front and relocating the bedrooms to the rear of the house. Now the living room, dining
“Pictures” — reidorox
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
7 Reviews
Pontatoc Residence Remodel
Ideabooks3,264
Questions4
Houzz at a GlanceLocation: Tucson, ArizonaWho lives here: Margarita and Willie JoffroyTeam: Architects: Ibarra Rosano Design Architects; builder: Repp McLain Design + ConstructionSize: 3,000 square feetIt was a standard-issue, 1970s townhome with vaguely Southwestern architecture — slump-block walls
“muebles rusticos de living” — monicagl
Robert Young Architects
Living Room
Ideabooks10,978
Questions10
physical center of the house, but also the psychological core. “The house was really designed from the inside out for the family inside,” explains architect Robert Young. As both walls fully open to connect the view, the sun, and the breeze, all physical as well as social elements converge here.
serves as the heart of the house, but also the psychological core. “The house was really designed from the inside out for the family inside,” explains architect Robert Young. As both walls fully open to connect the view, the sun, and the breeze, all physical as well as social elements converge here.
“big glass doors” — Amy Allen
Joyce Elizabeth
5 Reviews
East Village Penthouse
Ideabooks1,939
Questions4
The slide was conceived by the creative minds at Turett Collaborative Architects. It connects an upstairs office to the middle of the open floor plan below; it's a half-tube design in stainless steel. However you feel about
The slide was conceived by the creative minds at Turett Collaborative Architects. It connects an upstairs office to the middle of the open floor plan below; it's a half-tube design in stainless steel. However you feel about its function and the room it takes up, the slide certainly stands up to the
The slide was conceived by the creative minds at Turett Collaborative Architects. It connects an upstairs office to the middle of the open floor plan below; it’s a half-tube design in stainless steel. However you feel about its
“Slide” — sumner17
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