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Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Main House
Ideabooks7,483
Questions9
This house, in eastern Washington’s Kittitas County, is sited on the shallow incline of a slight elevation, in the midst of fifty acres of pasture and prairie grassland, a place of vast expanses, where only distant hills and the occasional isolated tree interrupt the view toward the horizon. Where another
another design might seem to be an alien import, this house feels entirely native, powerfully attached to the land. Set back from and protected under the tent-like protection of the roof, the front of the house is entirely transparent, glowing like a lantern in the evening. Along the windowed wall
winter. In addition to serving as an observation look-out and beacon, the tower serves the practical function of housing a below-grade wine cellar and sleeping benches. Tower and house align from entrance to entrance, literally linked by a pathway, set off axis and leading to steps that descend into
“Farm” — Jason Parrish
Chrysalis: Home Studio
4 Reviews
front elevation
Ideabooks911
Questions0
Interesting "Prairie" house. Like the roof lines, colors, use of stone work. Lots of nice details.
This new house adheres to Prairie
prairie details adaptable to ranch house
Prairie - This new house adheres to Prairie details faithfully, yet its overall impression is characteristic of hundreds of thousands of similarly shaped houses across North America. Low-pitched, hipped roofs
Cool prairie house with orange accentsPhoto: PEA Builders, Inc.
This new house adheres to Prairie details faithfully, yet its overall impression is characteristic of hundreds of thousands of similarly shaped houses across North America. Low-pitched, hipped
The Prairie period was relatively brief, occurring from 1900 to 1920, but its influence translated into the ranch style, which began in the 1930s and persisted for most of the century.
“celestory meets corner window” — kellymcqueen
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Main House and Tower
Ideabooks1,427
Questions1
This house, in eastern Washington’s Kittitas County, is sited on the shallow incline of a slight elevation, in the midst of fifty acres of pasture and prairie grassland, a place of vast expanses, where only distant hills and the occasional isolated tree interrupt the view toward the horizon. Where another
another design might seem to be an alien import, this house feels entirely native, powerfully attached to the land. Set back from and protected under the tent-like protection of the roof, the front of the house is entirely transparent, glowing like a lantern in the evening. Along the windowed wall
winter. In addition to serving as an observation look-out and beacon, the tower serves the practical function of housing a below-grade wine cellar and sleeping benches. Tower and house align from entrance to entrance, literally linked by a pathway, set off axis and leading to steps that descend into
“Footprint, roof, porch and rectangle design for warren rd property.” — pollywog9
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Frank Lloyd Wright's - The Darwin Martin Complex
Ideabooks796
Questions1
supplied is the Martin House in Buffalo NY. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1904 it was the largest residential complex of his career and one of the most expensive. Although the house had fallen in to disrepair and a number of the buildings demolished, the Darwin Martin House Corporation have over seen
seen its re-birth and return to its former glory. Northern became involved in 1994 and supplied tiles for the main house in 1996 and the Barton house a year later. Once the Pergola and Garage had been re-created we again supplied tiles, finishing out a 14 year involvement with the project. This is a
This reminds me of home. Is this house located in the tri city area?
This is the Darwin Martin House located in Buffalo, NY.
“Prairies FLW” — mnaseer
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Topar
Ideabooks10,409
Questions7
Could you tell me the color of the stucco on the bottom of this house? Thanks!
House on Topar, Los altos. Have other pics
Like the windows, feel of the house.
the intersection of Prairie and Craftsman styles, this house seems to find a confident balance and hold it well.
new Prairie style home in California features hip roofs, casement windows tight to the underside of the roof overhang and trim to emphasize the horizontal. The angled, battered walls tie this home to the landscape in true Prairie fashion.
Prairie Style. Traditionally the Prairie Style house has
windows and central fireplace. Updates: The form and shape of this example fits with the Prairie Style, but uses modern materials such as stucco and linear stonework. The color scheme is not common for Prairie Style but is still earthy.
“layers of roof” — adson001
caulfieldstudio.com
Oscar B. Balch House (Wright, 1911)
Ideabooks1,261
Questions3
Oscar B. Balch House (Wright, 1911)
Oscar B. Balch House (Wright, 1911). Photo Credit: James Caulfield.
am so fascinated with this house, what is plan like, both interior and
overhung over square roof house windows
reminds me of house in Liberty
House that blind into land scape.
Balch House in Chicago designed by Oscar B. Balch - Prairie Architecture
Topped with a rare flat roof, the Wright designed Balch house in Chicago, shown here, illustrates progressive
The entire design of the house is totally way to great to describe.
re lovers from around the world to indulge in the famed architect's designs. Featured on this year's walk is the Oscar B. Balch House (above, 1911) and a number of Prairie-style homes. A bonus this year is a spectacular Queen Anne restoration, the E.E. Roberts home, which will open its doors for the
“outside trim on edges” — Sullivan Baccam
Cynthia Knauf Landscape Design Inc
5 Reviews
HOME IN A MEADOW
Ideabooks3,017
Questions2
Architect: Sarah Susanka, AIA Photography: Jim Westphalen Integration of Prairie-style architecture and Japanese garden. Palette of patterned and textures borrowed from the surroundings. Sequence of places makes a continuous necklace around the home.
Sorry, I cannot share interior photos per the owners' request. The house was designed by award-winning architect and author, Sarah Susanka, who has written the 'Not So Big House' book series. The builder was John Steel of Stowe, Vermont.
nice for the surrounding area of house; will keep dirt out.
“Bluestone grid” — roth801
SKD Architects
8 Reviews
Asian Prairie Influence on Christmas Lake
Ideabooks52
Questions0
Asian Prairie Influence on Christmas Lake
prairie style house...large house...House Color
“Window layout” — ostenson36509
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