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Pitsou Kedem Architect
Tel-Aviv Penthouse Apartment
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historical arches, pillars and materials blend seamlessly with the contemporary details of the interior; neither the old nor new elements overwhelm the other.Kedem says that while it's difficult to determine the building's exact age, its stone structure resembles those used in Jaffa's old city walls, revealing
“Black Living Room Window www.solidbronzewindows.com” — Progressive Solutions / Renaissance Bronze Windows
Modern Living Room
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Other vintage items can make an interesting alternative to paintings. I love the campy feel of this neon sign.
home together, when paired with a subtle color palette and the sleek, midcentury finds you like to hunt for together on weekends. If your significant other is dead set on keeping something that is not your style, agree to at least try it in the new place — with the understanding that you do have veto power
“Living room” — christiemeehan
Long Island Modernism 1930-1980
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like others in the book, the architect derived a form that looks vernacular to Long Island, the Shingle Style — yet with some interesting divergences. The square windows on the shingle-faced gable-end in the previous photo are a case in point. Another is the undulating shingle wall on the other side
“Postmodern” — kat_litton
Erika Bierman Photography
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Charmean Neithart Interiors for Teen Project
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At the back of the long rectangular space is the kitchen. A turnaround time of three weeks would have scared away many other designers, but Charmean Neithart did not shy away from the challenge. The key was keeping the cabinets, hardware and appliances as simple as possible and having fun with the glass
At the back of the long rectangular space is the kitchen. A deadline of three weeks would have scared away many other designers, but Charmean Neithart did not shy away from the challenge. The key was keeping the cabinets, worktops and appliances as simple as possible
“Backsplash” — yoerinn
Sylvia Elizondo Interior Design
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Lindaflora House
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the closest to the size you need. Contractors talk about 1/4 inch, 1/2 inch and 3/4 inch, but you'll also see 7/16 inch, 15/32 inch and all sorts of other fractions.If you are building something like garage shelving that doesn't need to be perfect, but should be relatively free of imperfections, get a
plywood by gluing wood together when there wasn't enough around. In modern times we don't need to waste wood either, and plywood brings with it enough other benefits to make it a win-win scenario.Next: See what you can do with drywall
“Kitchen” — crellinp
Orren Pickell Building Group
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Lake Geneva Vacation House
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with simple wooden arched doors along with a segmented arched inset. In this example stone clads the tower and is mixed with stucco on other exterior walls. All other elements found in the asymmetrical type are here as well. Note the stucco with the stone inset to achieve an old-world look.
“angled entry” — reetikaisha
Vanessa De Vargas
Vanessa De Vargas / Turquoise L.A.
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and blue make walls shine in this dining room, separating the area and adding balance. Work with shades that complement each other, located either near or opposite each other on the color wheel.
“Color blocks” — saragm
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Stelle Architects
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In one of the other Hamptons — Bridgehampton — we find this house striking for cantilevering on both ends. This gesture is not arbitrary, as it lets the dunes and path
plan spans and cantilevers the lower supporting blocks, one being perpendicular in plan to the upper floor, which contains a swimming pool on the other side.Notice that the style adapts to conventionally framed structures, as in the first example. Steel is more costly, but the same effects can be achieved
“The entire front of the house” — wildhorsedesigns
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