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WA design
9 Reviews
Parlette Residence
Chair by Vitra | CA Modern Home
accent lighting...recessed lighting...So much light
“STAIR RAILS” — pmdebitetto
Robert Young Architects
asked us to design a house with a minimal impact on the pristine landscape, maximum exposure to the views and all the amenities of a year round vacation home. The basic requirements of each space were considered integrally with the effects of sunlight, breezes and views. The house was conceived as a lens
“Lindo” — helenarego
building Lab, inc.
7 Reviews
clarendon st. au pair suite
draw in an abundance of light and reinforce a sense of spatial continuity. the clear picture window facing the forest viscerally extends this sense to the exterior. the main house cued an unencumbered modern aesthetic with significant clear-span ceilings and abundant natural light. photo by muffy kibbey
“Rumpus window” — melaniecooper1970
Elevation Architects
5 Reviews
South Clark Avenue
ceiling light
Light darker render
silver with NO lights
modern home
“Doors” — 406bull
Mobili Martini
1 Review
Uptown Penthouse 2
Chair by Knoll | CA Modern Home
Tolomeo double shade pendant light
natural light...recessed lighting
“Open” — Christopher Purslove
Ruhl Walker Architects
10 Reviews
Weston House
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window by stairs to bring in light
like the space & the light
“Baseboards” — elizabetadimkova
baranstudio : architecture
8 Reviews
59th Street
glass door + overhead lighting main entrance
I like the dark brown color on this wood railing too. We could take the cedar siding to this color rather than the light natural wood.
AFTER: Baran's plans removed the illegal addition and added French doors off the kitchen and a main bedroom to connect the home to the outdoors. "I saw an opportunity to open the back of the house," he says. Instead of having just one monotonous yard space, Raney decided to separate the backyard into
“privacy fence” — mariellepion
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
1 Review
Hillbrook Drive Residence
Ceiling Fan with Optional Light | Lumens
This has more of a stone look with tans and grays. Some veining and light movement.
Breezeway between home and barn
Like ceiling fans with lights
“screened in porch. love the idea would love to have one.” — dena carter
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