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Thomas Schwaiger Design, Inc.
8 Reviews
Lakeside
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Tipo 4 seasons, desarrollo de escaleras y ventanal
“love the little lamps” — lydiawilkerson
Osborn Studio +
A House for All Seasons
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A House for All Seasons
Cottage Home, Inc.
4 Reviews
Glen Arbor Home - South Haven, MI
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including a dorm room and a bunk room, 5 baths, 3 inside living spaces, porches and patios, and a kitchen with beverage pantry that takes the cake. The 4-seasons porch is where all guests desire to stay – welcomed by the peaceful wooded surroundings and blue hues of the great lake.
The Archi/Build Group Inc.
1 Review
Lake Room Addition
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A nighttime exterior view of the home during the holiday season. The soffit down lights from above highlight the faceted pattern of slender windows and columns while the ground up lights from below accentuates the masonry base and elliptically arched openings. Photographer: Craig Cernek
JFF Design Architects
4 Reviews
Skyline Residence
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the person-made north-easterly to south-easterly sweeping horizon. This shifting of travel creates an animated series of views that changes with each season. The natural environment comes complete with all of the wildlife one can imagine, making for a pleasurable experience for hours. The tree fort like
“Nice metalwork” — pwbarter
New Century Design Inc.
3 Reviews
Parkhill Courtyard House
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3 season room
Mud and Wood
The Mud and Wood House
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The treads and risers are elm, which started out life as windfall (storm-blown) trees in a local forest. The tree trunks were removed, milled and seasoned on site over a number of years. The handrail (kiddie-sized) is hazel, which was pre-soaked to allow it to bend. Photo: Steve Rogers
“nice big log” — Tressa Hunter
Carolyn Parker
New Build Villa The Algarve, Portugal
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need to really like it! Pendants and chandeliers that change colour can look amazing, and they are able to adapt through changes to the house, the seasons and your moods. If that sounds a bit too much, choose a clear glass, cascading pendant that adds architectural detail, but is timeless enough to continue
“Ceiling” — seanaodonnell
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