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this modern dwelling provides a west coast retreat for a young family. Forethought was given to future green advancements such as being completely solar ready and having plans in place to install a living green roof. Generous use of fully retractable window walls allow sea breezes to naturally cool living
I am trying to get this look for my bathroom. What kind of place should I look in to get these shiny black rocks? Also, are these loose or is there an adhesive of some kind to have them in place. I would
concrete. Originally this was an early way to form walls, and is used here as an architectural finish. Completed with river rocks in a trough at the bottom of the wall and up lighting to highlight the finish. Thanks for your interest! www.kbcdevelopments.com
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
screen to bring light in is really smart...
loving the wood choice + the rocks
Very nice shoji screens in the walkway, the door to the courtyard type area is a great way to open up the house and add natural light. The staircase is very simple
rocks, mudstone and riverstone combination and scale
The rock view through the window
as this water pool, allows for light to be reflected off the material’s surface toward the interior. This washing of light can be different depending on the exterior material’s color and reflective characteristics as well as on the time of day, the season and the solar orientation.
Low window draws eye toward water feature and light reflects off the pool
water pool, allows for light to be reflected off the material’s surface toward the interior. A low window also frees up the rest of the wall for artwork. Looks neat.
Check the lighting in the painting
as this water pool, allows for light to be reflected off the material’s surface toward the interior. This washing of light can be different depending on the exterior material’s color and reflective characteristics as well as on the time of day, the season and the solar orientation. For this gallery space
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
Karin Payson architecture + design
Central Coast House and Library
Love the cabinets with glass and lights. How do you do hardwoods without quarter round?
Like this idea to extend hose and let light in
alli indoor garden glazed
Lots of day light ideas
glass lights and walls
Natural light, windows, walkway
It rocks...Inside garden...indoor garden...top lighting...Light into atrium...Garden room...Natural light
Curved walls. Rock and wood texture
Curved wall and Rock and wood texture
Potential solution for office partitions with highlight glazing - provides greater privacy while still allowing light penetration to centre?back of the floorplate
rock and wood balance each other on opposite walls.
rock, wood and stone - curved internal wall
delineates the inside curve, while bands of wood sit opposite. The clerestory windows hint at the courtyard to the left and the other rooms borrowing light to the right.
The Rochester- hallway
I have a walk around fireplace where I've installed recessed lighting to give this same effect. I've wrapped the chimney with wood and soon to be wrapped in hardyboard, but I'm at a standstill with the stone. This
sell : http://www.vertical-dimension.com/verticalD_natural_stone_veneer.php (but the lighting changes the color a little.)
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Foyer - no planter - floor lights
Noreen loves the texture of the wall, how the light washes it, and the natural element of the reeds.
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
property), that builds upon the existing geometry of the house––the goal is to translate the interior qualities of transparency and light into the landscape. At one end of the garden, a scattered arrangement of existing deciduous trees spill down a west-facing slope contained by an existing, rugged fieldstone
In 1960, Boston architect Jack Sarness thoughtfully designed this custom contemporary home around a sculptural outcrop of exposed native rock. The ledge is celebrated indoors and out as dramatic floor to ceiling windows capture and frame picturesque images of the stone. A multi-phased master plan was
dining room sector, which is connected in turn with the service sectors, gallery and barbecue area. The social areas mentioned enjoy the views to the garden, common areas of the neighborhood and create a private outdoor space protected from the neighbors’ sight.
exterior path towards the access. In order to protect this private corridor, vertical printed glasses were used, allowing for the passing of natural light but not permitting to see inside. The enclosure of this circulation is folded forming the access to the house through a wooden double-height door. From
the rocks design by the hallway side