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John Maniscalco Architecture
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Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks33,733
Questions21
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This house by John Maniscalco — featured abundantly in my ideabook on framing views — places large windows above the bedroom's large openings that almost extend to the floor. This clerestory combines with the horizontal
“window above bed” — Anna Gordon
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
Mount Bonnell Modern
Ideabooks1,724
Questions2
Hi Becky. that would be my guess as well.
Also in Texas is this house featured previously in my ideabook on reinforced concrete. The tall wall of concrete next to the entry is softened by the tall tree that rises from the wood walkway. The approach to
my terrace
“Wall” — aosh
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Ideabooks340
Questions2
Not surprisingly, the green of the "abstracted farmhouse" included in my earlier ideabook extends to the inside. The light green is pleasing, but this view also shows how color and simple furnishings (an abstract assemblage of storage
Not surprisingly, the green of the "abstracted farmhouse" included in my earlier ideabook extends to the inside. The light green is pleasing, but this view also shows how color and simple furnishings (an abstract assemblage of storage
“Vitra” — R3b00tm3
Mohler + Ghillino Architects
19 Reviews
View Residence
Ideabooks2,022
Questions5
I just saw a note on our page that says I've not answered this question.....the shame! I try to answer questions ASAP, so, my apologies. The fireplace surround is a porcelain tile called 'Broadway II' in color 'Bronzo' that we obtained through Statements Tile here in Seattle
That's great! I actually teach incoming graduate architecture students at the U. of Washington and wish all of my students were as interested and aware as your son, especially at age 9!
yellows is one of my fav colours
Broadway ll in Bronzo This is my Master Suite pick
How to energize my kitchen/black and yellow alliance
The yellow house in my earlier ideabook achieves its color through plywood panels, which are extended inside to great effect. The material covers the walls and ceiling in the living room, and even the window and door frames match to accentuate the warmth.
“Windoes” — thefifes
Elite Metalcraft Co. Ltd
Queens Gardens - Straight staircase with glass balustrade
Ideabooks19,563
Questions9
that constructing a modern staircase costs more. 4ft wide, 5.5ft high, 4 runs of these. What would the price be for making stairs like these but with my height, width and number of runs? THANKS!
this, I instantly thought about my basement. We can't decide if we want to close off our stairs or leave them open. This pretty much solves that problem! P.S.: I'll be sure to have a bottle of glass cleaner on hand at all times.
This example melds my previous ideabook on steel stairs with this one
“Openness of staircase; glass railing.” — emilyphughes
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Bent/Sliced House
Ideabooks473
Questions0
terrace ends at the bend in plan. While this house departs from the strict linearity of the previous examples, it also acts as a transition to my next ideabook, where I look at U-shaped plans.More: The L-Shaped HouseThe U-Shaped HouseDesign Details: Windows That Frame a ViewDaring Cantilevers: Architecture
“Garden” — williamkim1978
DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Art House Stair
Ideabooks641
Questions2
This unique stair with perforated steel steps (featured in my ideabook on "artful stairs") uses solid steel guardrails in the center of the stair. In this way they become the antithesis of the lighter steps, making them
perfect for my attic remodeling needs
This unique stair with perforated steel steps (featured in my ideabook on "artful stairs") uses solid steel guardrails in the center of the stair. In this way they become the antithesis of the lighter steps, making them appear more stable than their translucency implies.
“Escalier métal perforé vue plan” — simonplante
Ilija Mirceski
Bedroom
Ideabooks510
Questions1
I am drawn to this green (maybe not this much for my bedroom but an accent?!)
in the late hours. The placement of the TV, where a firebox would typically be found, is really intriguing. I should have included this image in my Ideabook on TVs in the bedroom!
“Tv idea” — ebikson
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