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Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Hollywood Hills Residence
Ideabooks5,867
Questions8
is visible in the mirror's reflection. The pitched wall is part of the home's original roofline. "It became an abstract element, especially with the scale of the window boxes" says Griffin. The line of laminated glass is just high enough to hide the roof of a neighboring house but allows for sweeping views
“Frosted Glass Windows” — f_gideon
Modern Hall
Ideabooks2,595
Questions3
In this Palo Alto, California, home by CCS Architecture, a large-scale, built-in planter brings the outdoors inside. The sleek wood paneling hides the dirt for a particularly tidy look.
“like the planter” — Jan Cattron Dunder
Barker O'Donoghue Master Builders
2 Reviews
St. Germain
Ideabooks2,385
Questions9
2. Be mindful of scale. As Sarah Susanka teaches us in The Not So Big House and other books, a well-designed space does not need to be huge to serve our needs. If you can remodel your existing home to do more instead of moving to a larger home, you save energy, reduce waste and often increase happiness
“Look at the wall detail” — beckyparko
Red Egg Design Group
13 Reviews
Glenrosa Retro
Ideabooks1,925
Questions7
rule, and one that must not be broken. Uh-oh, there's that word — "must." Let me amend that. Mixing styles, colors, patterns, textures, finishes, scales and even shapes is an excellent way to give your home warmth, interest and a confident, welcoming feel. Take the mix of fabrics, colors and patterns
“Love the mixture of colors” — patinebetsy
Koo de Kir
1 Review
Boston Town House
Ideabooks461
Questions1
It takes a confident designer to mix such a lively, contemporary rug with a large-scale ancient relief, but the result is striking. There's a balanced mix of several eras in this brownstone's living room.
“The art work” — uduak
ABRAMS
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
Ideabooks1,480
Questions4
addition to floor and table lamps, Noguchi also looked overhead to ceiling lights. This large hanging lantern (Ceiling Lamp Model L3) stands up to the scale of a high ceiling.
“Colours of furniture” — ingx2
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Amy Lau
Ideabooks967
Questions3
room otherwise devoid of architectural character. Carefully chosen coloured glasswear balances out the spindlier sections for an impressive, large-scale display.
“Hh” — ladolgividy
Robert Young Architects
Family Room
Ideabooks2,154
Questions6
This example is two thirds of a Chicago window, as only one casement window flanks the large fixed pane. This seems appropriate, given the scale of the room and length of the wall. The horizontal aspect ratio of the picture window also makes sense, given the water view.
“Chair” — akishen
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