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Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
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House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Ideabooks1,447
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House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Featured in Home & Design Magazine, this Chevy Chase home was inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen and built/designed by Anthony Wilder's team of architects and designers.
Lead with light. Here an embedded linear light draws a line to the home’s entry. Vertical windows at the corners wash the walls with light, and the interior windows suggest a welcoming home.
embedded linear light draws a line to the home’s entry.
embedded linear light draws a line to the home’s entry
Lead with light. Here an embedded linear light draws a line to the home’s entry. Vertical windows at the corners wash the walls with light, and the interior windows suggest a welcoming home. Designers think about the differences between
“LED strip in concrete” — korteap
Lucy Call
My Houzz: David
Ideabooks850
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Modern home that was remodeled inside. Very light and open and in SLC. Architect and designers: The teams at Imbue Design and Sausage Space made several changes to the bathroom, tweaking the shower and bath areas to make the design more consistent with the rest of the home.
matches the home remodel in scale and complexity, but promises some breathtaking views and gathering spaces,” he says.Show us your home!Browse more homes by style:Small Homes | Colorful Homes | Eclectic Homes | Modern Homes | Contemporary HomesMidcentury Homes | Ranch Homes | Traditional Homes | Barn Homes
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“Roof” — indacruz
Modern Bedroom
Ideabooks1,287
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Finne says. "The fact that the house was designed not-so-big is one of the most sustainable factors — one that is often overlooked," he adds. Since the home is just the right size for the owners, it consumes much less energy than a house full of unused spare bedrooms and other wasted space
says. "The fact that the house was designed not-so-big is one of the most sustainable factors — one that is often overlooked," he adds. Since the home is just the right size for the owners, it consumes much less energy than a house full of unused spare bedrooms and other wasted space
adds. Since the home is just the right size for the owners, it consumes much less energy than a house full of unused spare bedrooms and other wasted space.Browse more homes by style:Small Homes | Colorful Homes | Eclectic Homes | Modern Homes |Contemporary HomesMidcentury Homes | Ranch Homes | Traditional
“Trim paint” — kaceyc
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Dwell Exterior
Ideabooks1,421
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Insulated Glass, Hot Rolled Black Steel Cladding Project Description: The winning entry of the Dwell Home Design Invitational is situated on a hilly site in North Carolina among seven wooded acres. The home takes full advantage of it’s natural surroundings: bringing in the woodland views and natural light
spaces are more compartmentalized making up the second floor of the home. The master bedroom at one end of the volume looks out onto a grove of trees, and two bathrooms and a guest/office run along the same axis. The design of the home responds specifically to the location and immediate surroundings in
typically deposited on or near the site, and the transport of crews and materials. The Dwell Home has become a precedent in demonstrating the superiority of prefabricated building technology over site-built homes in terms of environmental factors, quality and efficiency of building, and the cost and speed
“Container” — Paskalee
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Cloud Street Residence
Ideabooks26,058
Questions21
I'm building a new home and love the color palette. Its hard to go to the paint store and find something on a swatch that I know is gonna look good on the whole house. I love
a rustic-style home, etc.2. Paint the front doorA front door that ‘pops’ can be hugely cheering. A relatively small effort can make a huge difference to your home’s exterior.
Make an entrancePaint your front door an unexpected colour and you could transform the facade of your home from frumpy to
considered de rigueur for the style of your home. If you are itching to incorporate more unusual, eye-catching colors, I say go for it! But perhaps limit the bold hues to accents — on your front door, the fascia, the door and window trim, and so on.3 Homes, 6 PalettesThese three Houzz homeowners needed
“Facade” — Juan Bello
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
4 Reviews
East Village Studio
Ideabooks46,188
Questions16
this is on extreme homes called fish bowl, beehive, piano it was just released:)
I would agree with Jordan. In our shop we have really begun to sense homeowners wanting to have "real" wood in the floors and homes. The influx of mass produced product from overseas often seems too shiny.
bigger home, think about what you could do to renovate your current space to make it work. There are many ingenious solutions out there — like this staircase that doubles as a set of drawers — if you only look. See the rest of this homeWorking with a good architect to upgrade your existing home could
Elements of Great Green DesignEasy Green: Weekend Detox for Your Home
8. Elegant, Efficient Manhattan StudioWhile space in this apartment was limited, its main problem was the complete lack of spatial organization. Houzzers bookmarked this home for its clever built-in solutions, combined office and living
“stair storage” — Anne Staver
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks1,123
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Would this be considered a Usonian or midcentury styled home?
many Usonian homes, the Dobkins House has a hearth placed centrally in the open-plan living space. The anchored position of the dining table defines the transition into the kitchen. George Nakashima dining chairs support the home's historic design.
Like many Usonian homes, the Dobkins
Like many Usonian homes, the Dobkins House has a hearth placed centrally in the open-plan living space. The anchored position of the dining table defines the transition into the kitchen. George Nakashima dining chairs support the home's historic design.
Like many Usonian homes, the Dobkins House has a hearth placed centrally in the open-plan living space. The anchored position of the dining table defines the transition into the kitchen. George Nakashima dining chairs support the home's historic design. “As you walk through the
“color texture” — rizzadelc85
Keuka Studios, Inc
4 Reviews
Wood and Glass House
Ideabooks1,844
Questions1
Cable railing looks perfect for this home looks invisible and doesn't obstruct any views !
There are many types of designers working in the home building industry. Some are licensed professionals; others are builders who have expanded their services into design as well as construction of custom homes and home renovations. Design-builders and unlicensed designers make up a large contingent
There are many types of designers working in the home building industry. Some are licensed professionals; others are builders who have expanded their services into design as well as construction of custom-designed homes and renovations. Design-builders and unlicensed designers make
contingent of the individuals working in the procurement of custom homes and renovations. They tend to be cost effective and can be the right fit for your project, so long as you find a reputable person to work with. Architects are generally more expensive to hire but bring to a project a broader set of
“,mlmko” — kasseen
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