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Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
Constance Drive Residence
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systems were also added to the house. Since this was an extensive addition to an existing Romanesque house it was critical that the new space flow into the existing plan and feel original to the house. Rhodes Architecture + Light studied the period style and details of the house and selected forms, materials
Completed: - Project Location: Seattle, WA - Project Size: 3,863 SF - Project Cost: $180/SF - Photographer: William Wright The Constance Drive House is a Romanesque house facing western views across northwest Seattle's Magnolia Boulevard. Rhodes Architecture + Light was asked to develop a design for a large
family room, kitchen, bathrooms, bedrooms, a master suite, foyer, and office. Crucial to the design was the creation of an eastern entrance since the house was always entered from this direction and the existing formal entrance on the southwest was not used. The creation of a new entrance included the
“Tub” — bboyofcaly
Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
Constance Drive Residence
Ideabooks456
Questions0
systems were also added to the house. Since this was an extensive addition to an existing Romanesque house it was critical that the new space flow into the existing plan and feel original to the house. Rhodes Architecture + Light studied the period style and details of the house and selected forms, materials
Completed: - Project Location: Seattle, WA - Project Size: 3,863 SF - Project Cost: $180/SF - Photographer: William Wright The Constance Drive House is a Romanesque house facing western views across northwest Seattle's Magnolia Boulevard. Rhodes Architecture + Light was asked to develop a design for a large
family room, kitchen, bathrooms, bedrooms, a master suite, foyer, and office. Crucial to the design was the creation of an eastern entrance since the house was always entered from this direction and the existing formal entrance on the southwest was not used. The creation of a new entrance included the
“accent and black tile” — sfreeborn
Bella Villa Design Studio
5 Reviews
Parade 2012- Hacienda
Ideabooks1,947
Questions5
Stephanie, can you tell me what kind of stone was used on this house and where I can find it? I live in Texas, so i can travel to get it? Also, I know where the clay roof tiles came from I just need the exact color
They are Carmel 4 Light Bath Bars from Savoy House. Also available in 2 and 3 light sizes. Best, Stephanie with Bella Villa Design Studio, Austin, TX
Love this stain throughout the house.
“Mirrors - on one wall but separate mirror.” — adrake67
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
Ideabooks6,255
Questions6
Like everything else in the house, the beautiful bathtub in the master bath was made by hand. Cathi and Steven constructed a steel frame for the large tub, and poured in concrete with a smooth finish.
tous les éléments de cette maison, la magnifique baignoire de la salle de bains principale a été faite à la main. Pour la concevoir, Cathi et Steven House ont réalisé un moule dans lequel ils ont coulé du béton, qui a ensuite été ciré.
“Bathroom 28” — visionaryvanguard
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Spanish Colonial Remodel
Ideabooks4,453
Questions4
corner and style of my house
Spanish house idea...Bath Accessories
“tile” — Ana_Cristina Berard
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Ideabooks1,673
Questions2
For the house in Rio Rancho
Bathroom accessories.
“Granite” — megary
Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty
Big Sur Coast Ridge Estate
Ideabooks159
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ft. main house, and 864 sq. ft. caretaker house over 864 sq. ft. of garage and laundry facility. Commanding a ridge above the Pacific Ocean and Post Ranch Inn, this spectacular property has sweeping views of the California coastline and surrounding hills. “It’s as if a contemporary house were overlaid
overlaid on a Tuscan farm-house ruin,” says decorator Craig Wright who created the interiors. The main residence was designed by renowned architect Mickey Muenning—the architect of Big Sur’s Post Ranch Inn, —who artfully combined the contemporary sensibility and the Tuscan vernacular, featuring vaulted ceilings
“Wow. Just wow.” — bkraus54
David Howell Design
1 Review
Mexico House
Ideabooks780
Questions3
If your architecture firm is based in New York but the house is in Sedona or Albuquerque, please don't label the house as being in New York.
It's actually labelled 'Mexico House'. Houzz doesn't seem to offer any option for multiple locations of a business.
Like windows and understated sleekness of this house
“Minimalist fireplace” — coldterror
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