Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Westside Duplex
New York, New York | In a row of Landmark Neo-Georgian townhouses (designed by the architect Percy Griffin in the 1920’s), Axis Mundi completed an interior renovation for one of the duplex units. Two floors were completely gutted and a new loft-like design was implemented. The design features a sandblasted glass bridge and a new staircase with glass railings which leads down...More
“um movel todo fechado, com portas de correr, dando idéia de um painel e não estante, com cadeiras” — Cris Fritzsons
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
Fontana Interior
photos: Matthew Millman
“Side tables” — feegee
David Feix Landscape Design
Aeonium nobile and Dymondia margaratae
Dymondia is a pefect choice for a walk-on thick growing ground cover for tough situations such as street strips, and could easily survive with just once a month irrigation in Alameda. The Dymondia was used here in all the areas where people would exit their parked cars, alternating with other taller succulents where no pedestrian access was required. The yellowish/chartreus...More
“breath of heaven” — digart
Modern Kitchen
“tile/shelf/hood arrangement” — mmills723
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
8 Reviews
Queen Village residence master suite bathroom
New flamed azul limestone floors and fleury limestone walls in shower and tub surround; frameless glass shower enclosure with Brazilian cherry flooring. Photographer: Barry Halkin
“Lights” — nanand
Blue Truck Studio
1 Review
View of the open plan kitchen and dining area and thought the floor to ceiling window to the backyard. Photo by Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography (
“Light fixture” — mcdeankw
Matthew Mallett Photography
1 Review
Mark Gleeson Design
Matthew Mallett
“Ceiling height changes” — Aedas LA
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Stelle Architects
This low-key two-story house is sited on a classic ocean front site. The original house, slated for demolition, was built into the dune before current coastal construction standards requiring a much higher elevation. The goal was to keep the existing scale and dynamics of the site and design a residence that reflected the footprint and spirit of the original home. Materials for...More
“driveway” — no1grammxea
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