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Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
around tree...chalkboard is fun
Deck w tree...around tree...Cubby house...around the tree...Trees built in deck
Seattle Architect & Designer
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Cary Bernstein Architect
Cary Bernstein Architect Choy 1 Residence
I'm interested in the light fixture above the house numbers. Do you recall where that was purchased?
frosting for our front door? I also like the light and house numbers
Like the house numbers with the lamp shining down on them.
I love light above the house #
making our house look modern, not suburban!
durable? House numbers should be made of a strong material that withstands weather well, such as stainless steel, aluminum or tile. If you choose iron, be sure that rust doesn't corrode the numbers over time and make them harder to see.
Dallas, TX: Scott & Melissa
Great design for street view with garage on the left with windows to tie into the house.
House facade and mix pf materials
stately oak tree presides over the property, providing shade in the hot Texas summer. The new construction follows the architectural lines of the preexisting house. Scott is always aware of how a facade can impact a neighborhood. "I didn't want our home to look like new construction," he says. "Wherever I'm
family house in an ideabook on Houzz. "I loved Scott's modern homes, and then when I read Sarah Greenman's profile of him, I decided to reach out," she says. "I like to hear that someone wants to hire us for 'us,'" Powell says. "[Our] clients saw our stuff on Houzz and reached out to us to see what we
The Line House
aspects of a house were seperated in this project: Thinking, Living, & Doing. ‘Thinking’ is done in the library, the main house is for ‘living’, and ‘doing’ is in the shop. While each space is separated by walls and windows they are nonetheless connected by “the line”. Sustainability is married in equal parts
The Line House. The residence is located along an east/west axis to maximize the benefits of daylighting and solar heat gain. Operable windows maximize natural cross ventilation and reduce the need for air conditioning. Photo Credit: Michael Robinson
Trees right outside window - treehouse feeling
way this house collides with the visuals outdoors. The trees seem as if they were planted as a design element, but clearly that's not the case. Notice how both the bracings and the stairwell lines reflect the branches perfectly framed outdoors. Also notice that the more vertical trunk is seen framed
The Marion House Book
Emma's Evolving Home
Ahh!! My House Beautiful home! :) loveee the tree!
tree in background, mix of black and white, mantle mirror, firewood
Marion house...Tree against white...Marion House Book"...Marion House Book...about the tree?
Coop 15 Architecture
Coop 15 Architecture
bisects the house at the entry, defining an "escape" wing used for media or quiet retreat. A concrete base supports brick and wood siding, with a metal roof floating cloudlike above. Designed for the family of an industrial designer, the plan is open and glassy, with horizontal layering repeated in the interior
looking house - importance of well thought out exterior lighting
this house was on a movie called everybody's fine
of this house in Seattle illustrates another aspect of "brows": the ceiling and eave often appear continuous, tying outside and inside together. That effect is particularly evident here given the full-height glass exterior walls, which most likely necessitate the large overhang.
Mark English Architects, AIA
MEA - Los Gatos Residence
lights built into the gable above the deck. This house is modern but with softer edges. Front door looks welcoming.
This house melds into a small hill that angles down and across the front of the house. The bridge entry heightens the impact of this sloping landscape. The surrounding landscape (trees and sloping landscape) help in making the integration between the building and the site.
for my house, 2nd floor, windows
Designed by the same architect, this house melds into a small hill that angles down and across the front of the house. The bridge entry heightens the impact of this sloping landscape.
John Maniscalco Architecture
courtyard in the middle of the house/room with sunlight
do this and put a tree in it and a skylight
of this house. Everything else was created around its aesthetic. The small number of plants inside this indoor garden allow an uninterrupted view to other parts of the house.
of the house? Yes, please. I don't know what's cooler — looking in from the outside or looking out from the inside. Either way, this courtyard is pretty spectacular.