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dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Front Exterior
This historic home and coach house in a landmark district on Astor Street was built in the late 1800’s. Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision
possible. Program requirements included five bedrooms, all new bathrooms, contemporary kitchen, salon, library, billiards room with bar, home office, cinema, playroom, garage with stacking car lifts, and outdoor gardens with all new landscaping. The home is unified by a grand staircase which is flooded with
vision to convert the building back to single family residence for their young family. The design concept was to restore the limestone exterior to its original state and reconstruct the interior into a home with an open floor plan and modern amenities for entertaining and family living, incorporating vintage
“bay window historic home” — suzannewei
Minion Gutierrez
1 Review
floor? What color,design and where I could find it. Thank You
I have 6" mica stone on the
the outside of my home now want to put rock wall inside with double faced fireplace to family room and kitchen. Do I have to follow same stone style? Would like to dry stack the stone on both sides of the rooms would that work aesthetically? Thanks!
cobbled limestone in a french pattern purchased at mediterranian tile in fairfield new jersey
“Island with copper hood” — Susan Gardiner
Swatt | Miers Architects
5 Reviews
OZ House
mahogany wood, glass, and metal. I particularly like the right side of this home.
Home style and the entry chandelier
Beautiful house design
I love unique homes.
dream home...Cerámica muro
“Frente de la casa” — mpguzman22
Clawson Architects, LLC
25 Reviews
Historical Four Square with Large Front Porch
not foster a cheerful lifestyle. Upon entry, the immediate focus of the Entry Hall was an enclosed staircase which arrested the flow and energy of the home. As you circulated through the rooms of the house it was apparent that there were numerous dead ends. The previous addition did not compliment the house
from them. Terrific finish. Easy to use and clean. Looks like new still!
Thank you so much--it truly is a beautiful and gracious home. The house was built in the early 1900's and is on the Historic Register and all of the improvements to the facade received the Historic Preservation Committee's
Should you desire to build or renovate a house for yourself, and would like to incorporate some of the design ideas that are showcased here, please contact us directly. All of our projects are custom designed to meet our clients needs. 973-313-2724
“Check additional photos. Love everything pretty much” — Genevieve Kendell-Hayes
Starline Cabinets
8 Reviews
Chilliwack Central
This cabinet was custom designed by us with the homeowner who has a very busy family life and needed to keep everything organized and in one place! We are very proud of our creative designers; as well as our talented shop team for making our ideas a reality! Custom Cabinetry: Starline Cabinets
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I am ordering a new fridge by Friday to replace a built-in GE monogram and am
Hi, is this open end cabinet about 12" deep. We're working on a similar concept for our new kitchen, and this idea solves a lot of issues we're facing. Thanks so much for sharing this innovative idea.
busy families that seem to accumulate clutter over such a short space of time. Will definitely be incorporating this or something very similar into the new kitchen! Thanks for sharing!
“Organizing” — edwinvalerie
Melocco and Moore Architects
Birchgrove House
1889, heritage-listed Victorian Regency residence. The design approach was to refurbish and expose the significant features of the original building to then act as a backdrop to a new living pavilion to be located within the rear garden. This new pavilion is also used to capture water for reuse, provide
to the rear rooms of the original dwelling. The new kitchen was designed within the original kitchen wing to become the central pivot point of the house; providing connection from the original house out to the central courtyard, and through to the new living pavilion. The result is a carefully considered
living room vastly improve the home’s airflow in summer, while allowing in plenty of natural light all year round.On the flip side: High ceilings make a home less energy efficient in the cooler months, with heat tending to sit uncomfortably out of reach. The best solar-passive designs will bring enough
“The feel” — brittanyholmesmitchell
John Hill
Vanderbilt Studio in Brooklyn by Adjaye Associates
The studio designed by David Adjaye is at left, and the brick building in the center of the shot is the house for the artist clients. Photo by John Hill
where this home shown is, scores a 98: "Walker's Paradise." Read more about neighborhood walkability
Be a good neighbor. It’s always recommended to share your proposed plan with your neighbors prior to the design review meeting. Most neighbors will be in support of any improvements to the neighborhood
one of the most tactically inviting facades in this book," Hill writes.Design by Adjaye Associates with David Hotson Architect, 2005
Fort Greene, Brooklyn, New YorkWalk Score: 98Walker's ParadiseBut other boroughs score just as high, most notably Brooklyn. Fort Greene is one of many neighborhoods
“variety of materials” — starstyl
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
reinforcing the original 1885 design. It began as a Summer Cottage accessible by train from Boston, and is now a year round residence. The essence of the structure was maintained, while enhancing every detail. The breadth of craftsmanship is evident throughout the home resulting in a comfortable and
newels at the end of the staircase? I would like to find glass finials for my new staircase. Thanks!
Looking for ideas to improve my railings in a house I built & have lived in for 22 years.
Beautiful home...Can you please share the name of the wallpaper?
Thanks for the suggestion Flourish Design Elements!
If you're looking to change the newel posts to feature newels, we have some really unique designs. And we do custom as well - www.flourishde.com
“Hall” — Caroline Myers
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