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Melocco and Moore Architects
Birchgrove House
features of the original building to then act as a backdrop to a new living pavilion to be located within the rear garden. This new pavilion is also used to capture water for reuse, provide good light and cross ventilation, and to control the western sun. The pavilion is deliberately separated from the existing
existing building by a central courtyard to create a private outdoor space that is accessed directly from the kitchen allowing solar access to the rear rooms of the original dwelling. The new kitchen was designed within the original kitchen wing to become the central pivot point of the house; providing
on the NORTH side, facing backyard not marsh, would give lots of indirect light, some morning light (b/c it's really north-northeast), keep out super-glare of southern/western sun, AND slope roof towards south for possible solar panels.
“window” — rafikahmed
Griffin Enright Architects
A view from the library through a seamless glass wall to the garden beyond.
How do I add a fish pond in the garden
Rocky steps w green fringes, pile of natural rocks at base. Stunning view from house
coordinate here to make for hours of reading and respite: the facing built-in bookshelves, the centered fireplace, the view and natural light, the overhead lighting, the hardwood flooring, and the one simple chair and ottoman.
This library is simultaneously cozy and immaculate. The flooring, the glass wall, the room's symmetry, the carefully-selected furniture, the lighting: all contribute to the minimalism that offsets the lush nature in view.
“WOW! Love! Incl Eames chair!” — Rene Sias
Solares Architecture
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Garden Avenue House
Garden Avenue House
Carla Weinberg/Solares Architecture
Solares Architecture
light wood bookcase...light wood floor
“Lamp and chair!” — Angela Potts
Sandrin Leung Design Inc.
Rock bay window
The natural granite rock bluff is enclosed inside the house to provide a sitting surface for playing guitar, hanging out, and watching movies.
Rock in house and sitting area
Rock bay window...led light...passive solar...recessed lights
“rocher impliqué!” — Louise Belzile Turgeon
Cynthia Lynn Photography
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Bucktown Beauty
Coffee table: Jayson Home & Garden
half wall rock and the rest wood.
Light emitting, and still some privacy
lounge, and she accomplished that by designing around the fireplace. Anna says this is their favorite spot in the house.Coffee table: Jayson Home & Garden
Solar blinds
“blinds for large windows” — Jeanette Turnbull
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Stelle Architects Ocean Residence Guest House
towards the main house, pool, garden, and ocean. The side facing the driveway limits openings to provide privacy for the guests. Designed as a rainscreen clad structure, the intent is for the house to breathe better while offering long term protection from the elements. Solar protection taken into account
Wood back in light natural wood
orients itself towards the west towards the main house, pool, garden, and ocean. The side facing the driveway limits openings to provide privacy for the
Wall panels but light and table
“Egg chair” — Dina Perkins
Modern Living Room
How do I find a floor lamp similar to this picture? I have a great room (family and kitchen connected) and the kitchen island has 3 pendant light with the same shape as the floor lamp. the family room also has high ceiling with fan. Thanks.
The windows are from Solar Innovations, Inc. located in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania - http://www.solarinnovations.com .
wall, stone or rock. to give it a bit more rustic appeal
I like this track lighting...stainless steel with lights
“open space, windos” — cambalache
Modern Living Room
This could be a roll-up garage door, in the "up" position, meaning the room is open to the outside in the photo. They have these at Stone Brewery and Gardens in San Marcos, California-- beautiful!
Love the feeling of the room being part of the garden and the tree as the backdrop. One could almost think that there isn't a glass panel and giving impression that its a space between two separate buildings
barriers between the indoor and outdoor area. Here's how the flooring contributes to the feel of a continuous flow to the outdoors. The gray rock in the garden area repeats the color of the concrete flooring and is at almost exactly the same level, so you barely notice the change as you look outside
“Mixture of inside and outside” — Dainty Wilson
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