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The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Beach House-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks1,575
Questions13
Photo Credit: Dana Hoff
“Blue countertop is cool” — donunderhill
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Creekside Cottage-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks881
Questions2
Photo Credit: Holger Obenaus Description: Built as a refuge for a busy California couple, this creek-side cottage was constructed on land populated with ancient live oaks; sited to preserve the oaks and accentuate the creek-side vistas. The owners wanted their Kiawah home to be less formal than their primary residence, ensuring that it would accommodate 3 – 4 vacationing coup...More
“Tree” — bbl9191
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Creekside Cottage-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks6,589
Questions7
Photo Credit: Holger Obenaus Description: Built as a refuge for a busy California couple, this creek-side cottage was constructed on land populated with ancient live oaks; sited to preserve the oaks and accentuate the creek-side vistas. The owners wanted their Kiawah home to be less formal than their primary residence, ensuring that it would accommodate 3 – 4 vacationing coup...More
“Fireplace” — Carmin
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Creekside Cottage-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks6,192
Questions9
Photo Credit: Holger Obenaus Description: Built as a refuge for a busy California couple, this creek-side cottage was constructed on land populated with ancient live oaks; sited to preserve the oaks and accentuate the creek-side vistas. The owners wanted their Kiawah home to be less formal than their primary residence, ensuring that it would accommodate 3 – 4 vacationing coup...More
“Love the light fixture” — swearngan
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Creekside Cottage-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks521
Questions2
Photo Credit: Holger Obenaus Description: Built as a refuge for a busy California couple, this creek-side cottage was constructed on land populated with ancient live oaks; sited to preserve the oaks and accentuate the creek-side vistas. The owners wanted their Kiawah home to be less formal than their primary residence, ensuring that it would accommodate 3 – 4 vacationing coup...More
“The window seat” — sagnone
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Creekside Cottage-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks100
Questions0
Photo Credit: Holger Obenaus Description: Built as a refuge for a busy California couple, this creek-side cottage was constructed on land populated with ancient live oaks; sited to preserve the oaks and accentuate the creek-side vistas. The owners wanted their Kiawah home to be less formal than their primary residence, ensuring that it would accommodate 3 – 4 vacationing coup...More
“Color of shingles” — luginbuhld
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Creekside Cottage-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks2,255
Questions2
Photo Credit: Holger Obenaus Description: Built as a refuge for a busy California couple, this creek-side cottage was constructed on land populated with ancient live oaks; sited to preserve the oaks and accentuate the creek-side vistas. The owners wanted their Kiawah home to be less formal than their primary residence, ensuring that it would accommodate 3 – 4 vacationing coup...More
“lantern” — karenspringer
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Creekside Cottage-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks1,898
Questions2
Photo Credit: Holger Obenaus Description: Built as a refuge for a busy California couple, this creek-side cottage was constructed on land populated with ancient live oaks; sited to preserve the oaks and accentuate the creek-side vistas. The owners wanted their Kiawah home to be less formal than their primary residence, ensuring that it would accommodate 3 – 4 vacationing coup...More
“Screen” — elisabill
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