666 Wing Modern Home Design Photos

David Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture
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747 Wing House
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that the wing of the lower level reaches into Rehwald's bedroom. From here she can step out onto her terrace and walk up onto the wing of the floor below. This is something that — as she mentioned in a recent TV interview — pilots were never able to do during their work.
Ceiling and lower wing on terrace
with the metal plane wing ceiling and subdued hues of the bedding and floor. Beautifully balanced use of color and materials.
Love the exposed airplane wing ceiling. Great color
also that the wing of the lower level reaches into Rehwald's bedroom. From here she can step out onto her terrace and walk up onto the wing of the floor below. This is something that — as she mentioned in a recent TV interview — pilots were never able to do during their work.
“Bedroom” — DeLeers Construction, Inc.
Uptic Studios
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Coeur D’Alene Residence on Lake Coeur D’Alene
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Four pods — two wings with two pods each, one on top of the other — are connected by an interior bridge, creating a dog-bone shape, Collins says. One of the pods is the combined living, dining and kitchen spaces; it opens to an expansive deck. The other pods are the private bedroom areas. The property
Four pods - two wings with two pods each, one on top of the other - are connected by an interior bridge, creating a dog-bone shape, Collins says. One of the pods is the combined
“The bridge” — marktickner
David Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture
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747 Wing House
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This last view of the house reinforces the way the three solid surfaces — airplane wing, floor and concrete wall — work together to open up the house toward the prized views. But I'm drawn to the small windows mounted on and in the concrete wall. As Hertz put it, "Like the Native American Indians used
used every part of the buffalo, it made sense to use as many of the [airplane's] components as possible." The 747 Wing House is full of large and small reminders that reuse is limited only to the creativity of designers and the openness of clients.
“The chaise long” — elainefrancesca
Cablik Enterprises
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Argonne Residence Back Exterior
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gull wing roof & timber cladding
wing roof
“exterior color tones” — renes880
David Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture
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747 Wing House
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using a 747 came from the fact that each wing covers about 2,500 square feet. In early studies he positioned various wings on a model of the site, with the intent of maximizing views and reducing the structure needed to support the wings.As realized, the wings step down the terrain to allow views from
from one level over the lower level. This also has the effect of giving visibility to the wings and creating in-between spaces, such as the one pictured here, where Rehwald can feel like she's in flight.
“Shadows” — Dara Kishic
Adrienne DeRosa
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Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
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Mahogany board and batten wraps all of the interior walls of the Dobkins House, unifying the inner core of the private wing. In the guest bedroom, minimal furnishings allow the woodwork to dictate the design. The integrated bed and the Usonian Ottoman allow the eye to focus
Mahogany board and batten wraps all of the interior walls of the Dobkins House, unifying the inner core of the private wing. In the guest bedroom, minimal furnishings allow the woodwork to dictate the design. The integrated bed and the Usonian Ottoman allow the eye to focus on the architecture.
“wall shelves” — Lowe's Home Improviement
David Howell Design
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Prospect Park West
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Wing chairs in front of living room fireplace
Twentieth Wing Chair
High back wing chairs
wing back chairs...wing chairs
“like the combination of traditional and modern along with the jewel tones” — Jenny Purvis
David Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture
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747 Wing House
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Visible in this photo and the previous one are the clerestory windows that were formed by terracing down the hillside and by propping the wings upon the concrete walls and columns. These high windows bring in additional sunlight from the south, important since most of the full-height glass walls face
“Kitchen,LA” — Varga Anita
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