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David Howell Design
2 Reviews
David Howell
seek architectural and design inspiration elsewhere? We travel a lot, and it's always inspiring to see new cities, but I love my native New Zealand landscape; it's a mix of density and openness. The bush is so thick and pungent and full of tiny plants mixed in with giant kauri trees. And then we have the
“great ceiling fixture. found in link followed by Jane K” — ernaak
Don F. Wong
Private residence
wide by roughly 1.6 tall), a ratio that is roughly repeated in the small panes. Overall, the framing breaks the view into smaller chunks, making the landscape more intimate — fitting, given the proximity of the trees.
“the stove” — Ryan Nevius
Nick Mehl Architecture
9 Reviews
Crooked Lane
Behold, the accent wall. They're an easy and inexpensive way to give new life to a space. This brown wall is straight out of a fall landscape and provides a neutral balance to the surrounding shades of green.
“Open stairs” — annacn
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
No other style exemplifies the use of jewel tones better than Mediterranean interiors. These spaces are influenced by the landscape and culture: the sky, sea, soil, wildflowers, spices and colorful traditions. It is very common to see vivid, saturated blues in these designs.
“Frames instead of mirrors” — channboots
Neiman Taber Architects
14 Reviews
exposure to natural light and open views. Open floor plans borrow light between spaces and to maximize the potential to see through the house to the landscape and sky beyond.
“Living room doors” — codysutton
New Mood Design LLC
6 Reviews
New Mood Design
Moving down to the family's private areas on the second level is the kids' lounge, which connects visually and physically to the landscape. The room also picks up on the warmer colors of the stone's palette and tweaks them up a few shades. Ligne Roset's Togo series couch is great for flopping on after
“Floor lamp” — alaska67
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
The Brown Residence
Lofty ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass allow soaring views of the landscape from almost everywhere inside the home. All the furniture and even the walls point your eye to the view; this shot looks almost like a one-point
“The Sofas” — josehoskins
Nexus Designs
TriBeCa Loft
1. Choose an inspiring local or distant landscapeWhether you want to reflect your local surroundings or be inspired by a place you love in a different location, nature has a way of getting proportion and colour very right. This New York apartment by Nexus Designs was inspired by the Blue Mountains.
“Shelving shape” — maggiedday
Need landscape architect to help us with our landscape in St Croix.
The house sits on a hill. The lot (incl house) is .71 acres. We have a vision of what we want [down to the exact plants] but have been unsuccessful with...
Need Landscape Ideas to Divide Landscape with Neighbor
We just moved into this house and have a neighbor that is not very caring about their property. We would like to create some kind of wall with trees and...
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