6 oversized tree house Mediterranean Hall Design Photos

Dan Forer, Photographer
1 Review
Residence, Miami Beach
what type of trees are these?
I believe they were ficus trees.
The water entry to inner house
Trees inside...Ficus tree...trees in pots...Roman bath house....house plants
“Idea para entrada” — jackbendeck
Heritage Design Studio
6 Reviews
Kaleidoscope of Homes (Simmons Estate Homes)
also done this at a smaller scale of 5' wide hall and 4'-0" wide arches. This was a 9000 s.f. house that we knew was going to have 20,000 plus people going through it over a month long period, so we oversized some of the hallways for traffic flow. It it quite dramatic though. Here's a couple more images
I can't help much with the color I'm afraid. They mixed several custom stains on site with test samples to get the exact tone they wanted for the house. I do know about the wood though. The majority of the floor is a hickory (most wood suppliers use pecan as an equivalent to hickory as well). The darker
decisions on that level, although the interior designers, Lawanna Wood (...) and Pamela Randall (...) both collaborated on the interior design for this house and might be privy to that information.
“hallway arches” — shmenon
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
I sincerely doubt it's concrete - Not in a traditional house like this Appears to be polished stone - probably marble.
Love the tapestry & complementary tree.
plants in house
“wall tapestry” — kealoha13579
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Shannon Malone
divided feel. I hate open concept! The multi level house with access in every room to all outdoor areas makes it feel like a tree house!
I like the idea of multiple patios on either side of the house with doors in a central area that open to each, which are well groomed and provide a proper transition from the inside of a house to the outdoors.
like a long, narrow tunnel: multilevel ceilings & floors & multiple openings to outdoor patios, which were designed to feel like extensions of the house to make a wide, spacious feeling.
Svoboda-Spanbock designed multilevel ceilings and floors and multiple openings to outdoor patios. The patios were designed to feel like extensions of the house, giving the home a spacious, wide feel. Hidley recalls a visiting friend exclaiming, "I know I'm outside right now, but I feel like I'm inside!"
“yellow windows” — Jo Wood
ROMA | Eco-Sustainable Building Technologies
3 Reviews
Wilen Residence in Seaside, Florida
This space is the entry point from the beach. The walls are covered with Marmorino plaster with an Issograph finish. The walls were a part of the whole design element to the house not just a backdrop.
Nice tree trunk
“Raw art” — mbelenchia
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
22 Reviews
Cadez Residence
composed of two bedrooms and 2500 square feet on one level. The client wanted a project that was visually pleasing for the visitors and users of the Club House located on an adjacent hill overlooking this project. The project’s focus in on the Great Room, which is located on the entry door axis, so when guests
“details” — lgenoves
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