12,195 city view Transitional Home Design Photos

James Rixner, Inc.
1 Review
Azure Penthouse
Ideabooks44
Questions1
new york city view
“Layout” — kellipaul
James Rixner, Inc.
1 Review
Azure Penthouse
Ideabooks54
Questions0
new york city view
“the silver and sage combination!” — kmontg02
Judith Balis Interiors
10 Reviews
Downtown Penthouse
Ideabooks101
Questions0
city view
“Rug” — vcayko
Judith Balis Interiors
10 Reviews
Downtown Penthouse
Ideabooks132
Questions0
city view
“Sillones peq” — cyerovi70
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Residence at the Four Seasons Living Room
Ideabooks4,279
Questions4
city view
“bookshelves” — rosaliemaxham
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Third Floor Roof Deck
Ideabooks7,171
Questions6
Expose outdoor space to city skyline
makes guests feel like they're leaving the city behind. Air and light sweep into the space, as a wall of floor-to-ceiling operable windows blurs the line between inside and outside.On warm days, the couple opens up the rooftop space to the surrounding views and relaxes on the outdoor sectional, made
doghouse) seeks to increase headroom, usable floor area and, of course, light.The other key advantage of vertical additions is an increased access to views. If you’re near the water, an upwards addition may more than pay for itself in a higher home value.
“Table DIY” — sr4538
Enviable Designs Inc.
12 Reviews
Capital Hill Residence
Ideabooks2,304
Questions3
View from the top - love the hand rails
clients had previously bought a property on Capitol Hill with an amazing view of the city. So when building this home, they wanted something similar. The house was designed so living spaces could take advantage of the city view on the second floor, while all of the bedrooms are on the main floor. The
“Shaw carpet tranquil dawn” — libekh
Danze & Davis Architects, Inc.
4 Reviews
Hillside View
Ideabooks1
Questions0
city view
Hillside View...hillside view
“Ventilator” — amjadmawaz
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