2011 NKBA Design Competition Winner

2011 NKBA Design Competition Winner
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This rendering was used to express the design concepts to our client.
2011 NKBA Design Competition Winner
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In this modern bath design we used strong horizontal lines in the counter and a band of mirror. The color contrasts helps make counter appear to float. The forms of cabinets and walls are also emphasized through the use of a the bold black & white color scheme. Dark cabinets could seem heavy, but by raising the cabinets on thin chrome legs they take on a liteness they would...More
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The form and openess of the walkin shower give it a sculptural quality beyond that of the utilitarian showers we are used to seeing.
“THE COLOUR COMBINATIONS AND THE TILES DESIGN” — vishwas chaknalwar
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The large picture window frames views and connects the interior and exterior. It really adds to the experience of relaxation in the soaking tub.
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In this master suite design translucent pocket doors can be closed to afford privacy while still allowing natural light between the bath and the sleeping area. Again the shower stands as a separate sculptural element instead of being blended with the surroundings.
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This photo was used in the NKBA Magazine. We are very proud of the lead designer John Granato. He is a member of the NKBA and won second place for this master suite design in a national competition. The photo was taken from the sleeping area towards the bath.
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The sleeping area of this master suite is intentionally left visually uncluttered. This makes the room more conducive to it's intended purpose of rest. Skylights above the bed allow for stargazing as one drifts to sleep. Again the connection to nature through the use of large areas of glass adds to the serenity of this suite.
“love the clean design of this room” — katileigh
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Although we won the award for our master suite design. The living/ kitchen area is also worthy of an award! The black and white color palette is used throughout the house to make the design cohesive. The apple green dining table adds some excitement and draws a connection to the green of the landscape visible through the expansive windows. The subtle use of color and the co...More
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Expansive glass wall affords great views of the river from the kitchen.
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By recessing the island toe kick and making it deeper and a lighter color than it would typically be shown, we create the illusion that the island is floating above the floor.
“By recessing the island toe kick and making it deeper and a lighter color than it would typically be” — a33lim
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The walls in this photo are flat, however the artwork chosen gives the illusion of a curved wall.
“3 panel art and glass shelving - awesome!” — ckarasek
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Before shots of a project are helpful to both the designer and the homeowner. It lets them remember the way things looked before the redesigns. It helps you see what a big effect removing an interior wall (be sure it's not load- bearing) can have on a space.
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