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Sam Crawford Architects
Petersham House
someone play the piano while eating.
in this house, this space is open and light, with multiple doors that provide access to the outdoors.The beautifully crafted dining table and chairs are heirlooms from Scandinavia. "They have a great painting and object collection," says Erdos. "They have their own unique style, which very much contributed
“light color at top” — cntmartin
4 Reviews
Coppell House
ppell House
brick, play off red door
in my house
“Floor” — kmclorinan
Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
Cook house at The Sea Ranch was designed to meet the needs an active family with two young children, who wanted to take full advantage of coastal living. As The Sea Ranch reaches full build-out, the major design challenge is to create a sense of shelter and privacy amid an expansive meadow and between
neighboring houses. A T-shaped floor plan was positioned to take full advantage of unobstructed ocean views and create sheltered outdoor spaces . Windows were positioned to let in maximum natural light, capture ridge and ocean views , while minimizing the sight of nearby structures and roadways from the
beach play meant a significant amount of sand would accompany the family home from their outings, so the architect designed an outdoor shower and an adjacent mud room to help contain the outdoor elements. Durable finishes such as the concrete floors are up to the challenge. The home is a tranquil vessel
“Alcove between rooms” — craigthecarter
Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
8th West Residence
of the house reflects the marine environment below, evoking sails and hulls. Three bedrooms, three and one-half bathrooms, open living, kitchen, and dining spaces, garages, a wine room and a work loft are all incorporated into a gull-wing shell that sits on a solid concrete base. Generous eating/play
celebrate the houses’ rainwater. A large swath of Seattle Parks + Recreation land to the east of the residence was reclaimed and landscaped for use by the residents. Project Location: West Queen Ann, Seattle Project Size: 3,914.0 SqFt Project Cost: $200.00/SqFt Project Completed: 2010 Photographer: Josh Meharry
“cabinet with wood trim” — jchase55
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Idea Cottage in the Hamptons
beach house
Lake house...Play loft
“Green wood work” — lbreda
David Vandervort Architects
4 Reviews
Sunset Drive Residence
Dream house
view, playful light fixture
Future house
“Dream house” — avaljacko
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
5 Reviews
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
Love the play on the shapes and symmetry!
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
the same house
“Wall divider” — yenpinghung
Lucy Call
My Houzz: Ron
The house was in good condition when Green moved in, but he made some changes to better fit his style. For example, he tore out the newer Victorian-style mantel and '80s-recalling tile hearth and replaced it with a sleeker design. Green also removed all the existing Home Depot light fixtures and replaced
Nostalgia plays a big role in how we build our lives and the things we choose to surround ourselves with. And, surprise, this feeling tends to kick into overdrive right around middle age. So for those people who grew up in homes with midcentury modern furnishings, that can have a big impact on their style
“Chairs” — Heather Claflin Coy
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