65 island view Midcentury Entry Design Photos

yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
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maximize glass. In keeping with that goal, he replaced the wood wall with panels of clear glass, enhancing the flow of light as well as the view.
and maximize glass. In keeping with that goal, he replaced the wood wall with panels of clear glass, enhancing the flow of light as well as the view.
doors and maximize glass. In keeping with that goal, he replaced the wood wall with panels of clear glass, enhancing the flow of light as well as the view.
“Pendants” — wicksplace
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
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view through living and entry from courtyard with San Francisco view photo bruce damonte
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View from courtyard through house to view
nice pass-through view, deck on one side, balcony on the other
“nice pass-through view, deck on one side, balcony on the other” — rubenclayton
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
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The views, the openness… Just extraordinary!
Almost double height n integration with the view
Simple, clean, light, views - I really like this house.
Continuation of space indoors/outdoors to focus on the view.
The upper transom style windows are awesome and I love the view of the deck and vista beyond
image, it’s hard not to think of Julius Shulman’s classic 1960 photograph of Case Study House #22 overlooking the Los Angeles skyline at night. The view may be different, but the feeling it evokes is just as awe inspiring.
“Ceiling white washed beams and painted ceiling, show Federico” — urban homes development
BiLDEN
7 Reviews
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks2,112
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view of pines & sky through
of reclaimed redwood, features an oculus that allows in light and provides a view of the pine trees.
The entry courtyard's roof, also made of reclaimed redwood, features an oculus that allows in light and provides a view of the pine trees
The entry courtyard's roof, also made of reclaimed redwood, features an oculus that allows in light and provides a view of the pine trees.
The entry courtyard's roof, also made of reclaimed redwood, features an oculus that allows in light and provides a view of the pine trees.
“designing” — klangev
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks765
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Even as an intimate greeting space, the foyer offers visitors an impressive view of what lies ahead. Repeating materials and a neutral color scheme give the home a sense of flow that feels as natural as the surfaces themselves. Bobbie found the vintage Turkish rug at auction, while the sideboard
This view has a lot going on & its a good source of inspiration.
Open space with view all the way through
The foyer offers an impressive view of what lies ahead. Repeating materials and a neutral color scheme give the home a sense of flow that feels as natural as the surfaces themselves. Bobbie found this vintage Turkish rug at auction; the sideboard was inherited from Matthew's grandmother.
“καμάρα ξύλου” — kgantzidis
Bernbaum-Magadini Architects
4 Reviews
The See-Through House
Ideabooks897
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framed view
Unobtrusive view
“This is beautiful!!!!!” — terriedawn
FINNE Architects
24 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks6,058
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design on door...being open to view trees
the approach.....the clear view in....but I wonder about security
“clerestory - make windows in ours not this high?” — ruthrose67
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks761
Questions1
Simplified lines come together to create dramatic planes and volumes across the exterior of the home. While Stein's designs often incorporate wavy roof lines, this home was designed to mimic the leaves of the Tulip Poplar trees, some of which still remain on the property. Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
“Pot” — Dayang Suhana
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