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Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Knollwood Master Suite
Ideabooks893
Questions2
Extensive living areas were recouped and added to from the home's original design. The master suite was taken to the second floor and wrapped in glass to take advantage of the coveted Texas Hill Country vistas. Approximately seventy percent of the original home was kept, replacing only the small existing
“Chair” — androidlove
Robert Young Architects
Ideabooks251
Questions0
Floor to ceiling glass entry
glass wall
“Confirmed - I don't like this light all the way around. So we need to stain!” — dyagnesak
CITYDESKSTUDIO, Inc.
4 Reviews
Modern Lake Home
Ideabooks1,705
Questions2
glass wall
“Exterior” — Manager - PROYECONS INTERNACIONAL
StudioLAB, LLC
1 Review
University Place
Ideabooks1,072
Questions1
kitchen, dining room, living room and a full bathroom can be found on the upper floor. Connecting the upper and lower floors is an open staircase with glass rails and stainless steel hand rails. An intimate area with a bed, changing room, walk-in closet, desk and bathroom is located on the lower floor. A
this light is really nice too - a series of different-sized globes, some glass, some not, might just do the trick
“ket hop mau ghe sofa” — nlhuong1977
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks747
Questions1
Solid base with glass 2nd level
glass walls
“La casa.” — Solange Laínez
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
Ballard Cut
Ideabooks649
Questions1
folding aluminum glass doors really open up the space gray decking - composite
Glass folding doors
“Doors” — mander705
HRD mimarlık
İnteior design 1
Ideabooks1,051
Questions2
Entertainment room. Like the glass panel plus pull down screen for projector. Ceiling to conceal mood lighting. Plus 7.1 speaker system. No sofa. Just bean bag and recliners with small
Conference with glass partitions
“grey colour scheme” — isabellaaf
CoCo Interiors
Burdge & Associates
Ideabooks5,424
Questions6
The ceiling tile looks like glass, but I believe the walls are formed concrete and not tile.
glass shower
“shower nook design” — mliano
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