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Context Architects
Shirley Road, Parau
Ideabooks873
Questions1
about making the best out of structural columns suggests delineating between public and more private areas of the house.
built-in shelves, but the structure marks the separation between a more public and a more private part of the house.
built-in shelves, but the structure marks the separation between a more public and a more private part of the house.
“Niches” — drummi
Wade Griffith Photography
Interiors and Exteriors
Ideabooks2,148
Questions2
large sliding doors can be open or shut to section off private areas from public ones.
"large sliding doors can be open or shut to section off private areas from public ones"
large sliding doors can be open or shut to section off private areas from public ones.
“Partition” — arc distributors
Ben Herzog
10 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
Ideabooks15,598
Questions12
The Importance of Public SpacesPublic spaces allow neighbors to socialize and connect, whether they're playing
manager at Project for Public Spaces. "You're bumping up against each other and interacting. That builds community." A lack of usable public space limits opp
, the good news is that there's a simple solution: defining or building public spaces based on your neighborhood's needs.
“Love” — laceyccarney
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Stanev Potts Architects
3 Reviews
Cove House
Ideabooks1,077
Questions1
priorities of any architect, designer or homeowner is the need for separation of public and private functions in a plan. In fact it was the genesis for the medieval
of Public and Private SpacesOne of the most basic design priorities of any architect, designer or homeowner is the need for separation of public and private
H shape - "public" rooms in middle -...public & private, joined by walkways
“Great march” — Gen Lim
Stanev Potts Architects
3 Reviews
Cove House
Ideabooks597
Questions0
link and unite the private wings, which themselves can be layered from public to private as well, depending on their location on the site and within the
staircase follows this layering principle; it’s positioned close to the more public outdoor courtyard, leaving the private wood views for the bedrooms.
“walllighting” — oliveris3
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
12 Reviews
Library portal to master suite
Ideabooks1,285
Questions0
transition area from public to private space
As a transition from public to private space
Built-in shelves surround the entryway to the master suite, serving as a transition zone from public to private spaces
Bookcases around entry to master bedroom - transition from public to private space. Half doors to master.
surround the entryway to the master suite, serving as a transition zone from public to private spaces, Nelson says. A powder room is tucked to the right, and
surround the entryway to the master suite, serving as a transition zone from public to private spaces, Nelson says. A powder room is tucked to the right, and
“Wood tones” — wtmassie
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Palma Plaza
Ideabooks4,246
Questions10
great way to keep out prying eyes if there’s not a clear distinction between public and private areas in your home.
great way to keep out prying eyes if there’s not a clear distinction between public and private areas in your home
great way to keep out prying eyes if there’s not a clear distinction between public and private areas in your home.
“Shiplap” — kirasinow
Rainy Sunny
Ideabooks334
Questions0
Tokyo, so that people can have a slice of sunlit outdoor space away from the public realm. But if Mount Fuji Architects simply placed the courtyard on the
Tokyo, so that people can have a slice of sunlit outdoor space away from the public realm. But if Mount Fuji Architects simply placed the courtyard on the
Tokyo, so that people can have a slice of sunlit outdoor space away from the public realm. But if Mount Fuji Architects simply placed the courtyard on the south
“Stairs in stairs” — giveme5
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