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Izumi Tanaka Photography
6 Reviews
LivingHomes C6 designed by Jamie Bush in Palm Springs Modernism Week
Ideabooks4,041
Questions7
LivingHomes C6 designed by Jamie Bush in Palm Springs Modernism Week
Newly unveiled C6, a sustainable pre-fab home, by LivingHomes on display during Modernism Week in Palm Springs. Photography by Izumi Tanaka
Thanks for your comment. This living room is in a pre-fab unit called, C6, by LivingHomes. (livinghomes.net). This particular one was designed by an interior designer, Jamie Bush (http://www.jamiebush.com). You can contact them for the specific
The open kitchen in the C6, a sustainable prefab home by LivingHomes in Santa Monica, California.
Cabinets c6 by living home.net Great modern twist on californiaspanish
The open kitchen in the C6, a sustainable prefab home by LivingHomes in Santa Monica, California.
“the window over the sink” — cmbreslin
Izumi Tanaka Photography
6 Reviews
LivingHomes C6 designed by the Curated
Ideabooks4,447
Questions2
LivingHomes C6 designed by the Curated
Sustainable pre-fab home unveiled by LivingHomes designed by The Curated for TED Conference in Long Beach. Photos by Izumi Tanaka
Hello, as I'm a photographer and not the designer, I can't give you the answer. Can you please contact the builder, LivingHomes?
small living area for NKC home
Homes need not parallel the scale of a Gothic cathedral, nor should smaller spaces be perceived as claustrophobic. Twenty-four-foot tall ceilings tend to
an eating area and a living space. A well-conceived open plan that eliminates superfluous space can be the most efficient ingredient of a beautiful home.
Homes need not parallel the scale of a Gothic cathedral, nor should smaller spaces be perceived as claustrophobic. Twenty-four-foot tall ceilings tend to create more echoes than spatial intimacy.This space comfortably includes a kitchen, an eating area and a living space. A well-conceived open plan
“Love this, very light and airy” — mcvic3
Carlton Architecture
4 Reviews
Piedmont Residence
Ideabooks4,311
Questions10
Ridge Mountains. The residence overlooks a mountain lake with expansive mountain views beyond. The design ties the home to its surroundings and enhances the ability to experience both home and nature together. The entry level serves as the primary living space and is situated into three groupings; the
Clean design to match contemporary home design
“Counter” — Karla Boholano
josh wynne construction
5 Reviews
Power Haus Kitchen
Ideabooks2,748
Questions5
Amazing! Is this one of the homes you built?
I designed it, specified it and built it. It is called the PowerHaus. It was the highest scoring new LEED Platinum home in the world and the most energy efficient home in the nation when I finished it a few years ago.
Thanks! All of the counters in this home are concrete. All of the sinks are poured integrally with the tops including the prep sink in the island. There are no seams in any top, including the waterfall edge corner top with integrated concrete farm sink.
Construction -- "I designed it, specified it and built it. It is called the PowerHaus. It was the highest scoring new LEED Platinum home in the world and the most energy efficient home in the nation when I finished it a few years ago."
“Cool” — melia87
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Dwell Home - Kitchen
Ideabooks6,894
Questions2
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 through plentiful windows, generously sized decks off the front
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
“Storage ideas” — conan67
Paul Davis Architects
2 Reviews
Newport Beach Residence
Ideabooks4,848
Questions4
Transform Your Home! Create more space and bring the fresh air inside with an aluminium stacker door.
Lose the wall. Opening up an entire side of your home with floor-to-ceiling glass doors is a high-impact change that could revolutionize your daily life.
Opening up an entire side of your home with floor-to-ceiling glass doors is a high-impact change that could revolutionize your daily life. This feature is especially suited to modern homes and midcentury ranches in not-too-cold climates, but it could work well for other home styles — consult a pro to find
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8. Lose the wallOpening up an entire side of your home with floor-to-ceiling glass doors is a high-impact change that could revolutionise your daily life. This feature is especially suited to modern homes in not-too-cold climates
“Transform Your Home! Create more space and bring the fresh air inside with an aluminium stacker door” — The Door & Window Exchange
kbcdevelopments
7 Reviews
The Wave House
Ideabooks1,334
Questions2
sloped lot, an elegant and modern home was achieved with a focus on warm walnut, stainless steel, glass and concrete. Each floor, named Sand, Sea, Surf and Sky, is connected by a floating walnut staircase and an elevator concealed by walnut paneling in the entrance. The home captures the expansive and serene
with spaces outdoors that incorporate water and fire elements. Ease of maintenance and efficiency was paramount in finishes and systems within the home. Accents of Swarovski crystals illuminate the corridor leading to the master suite and add sparkle to the lighting throughout. A sleek and functional
space for the client's motorcycle, the Wave House was a productive and rewarding collaboration between the client and KBC Developments. Featured in Homes & Living Vancouver magazine July 2012! photos by Rob Campbell - www.robcampbellphotography photos by Tony Puezer - www.brightideaphotography.com
“Colors” — bladek2
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Lake House Two - Kitchen
Ideabooks17,454
Questions31
and finished the exposed steel in this home. Thanks,
This doors leads to a small home office.
You can buy the from Ann Sacks Tile http://www.annsacks.com/home.jsp or a local tile and stone company may
Hi There, The table and chairs were purchased by the home owner and unfortunately I don't know where they are from. Sorry I can't be of more help.
Hi, These were selected and purchsed by the home owner and unfortanetly don't know where they are from. Thanks
Thank you! The range hood was custom made for this home. It has an external exhaust fan and the surround was made by a local fabricator.
Hi, The cabinets are the wood species Afromosia and they were custom made for the home. Thanks
“No crown” — mapu68
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