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John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Cole Valley Hillside
Ideabooks403
Questions2
Cole Valley, San FranciscoWalk Score: 74Very WalkableSan Francisco is a hilly but still very walkable city, especially taking public transportation into account. This house is located near Golden Gate Park, one of the city's best amenities.
“2 couleurs trop proche” — yvespoliquin
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Dorsey Residence exterior
Ideabooks1,187
Questions1
concrete wall is a screen of sorts, giving privacy and insulation to the wood and copper box behind it. It also acts as a strong transition between the public and the private, a threshold between the two. Behind this concrete wall the house is quite open, with large areas of glass affording water views; the
“nama002” — ashking1990
Valerie DeRoy Interiors, LLC
1 Review
Christmas Showhouse 2009 first floor foyer
Ideabooks9,568
Questions13
Want expensive-looking prints like this handsome pair of horses for less? Take a gander at Vintage Printables, where you can find free, public-domain images to download and print.
“Painted ceiling...” — msmason123
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
Fontana Interior
Ideabooks2,876
Questions0
English's plans maximize the views from the public space in the apartment. Thus, a hallway between the master bedroom and the living room was eliminated, and now the a wider view can be enjoyed from the living room.
“My everything from another angle” — Magan Glenn
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
tropical craftsman
Ideabooks4,691
Questions8
This era saw the introduction of a less formal hall and the abandonment of stuffy Victorian public rooms. Halls became places to sit and flowed into dining and living areas. The colors shown in this photo are perfect for the era; those in the Green Dining Room at The Victoria and Albert Museum in London
“Wood” — Bobbie Lasky
John Hill
Vanderbilt Studio in Brooklyn by Adjaye Associates
Ideabooks373
Questions0
one distinct advantage over rural neighbors — namely, the ability to walk nearly anywhere. And where you can't reach by foot, it's likely you can use public transportation, virtually eliminating the need for a car.You can even get the Walk Score for your neighborhood, which takes into account things like
“variety of materials” — starstyl
Studio Ectypos
4 Reviews
The Thicket
Ideabooks340
Questions1
"My clients use the woodstove all the time," Pirzio-Biroli says. "This is a good example of where the more public areas meet a more private space, a comfortable reading area." The line between the two is demarcated by where the hardwood meets the tight, commercial-grade Berber carpet. Also, this calm
“drywall return with "shelf" trim on bottom” — corinna1
Scot Eckley Inc
Alfresco Living
Ideabooks7,369
Questions3
project and the experience you want to create. For inspiration get out of the showroom and take a walking tour of your city with your camera. Today's public spaces are being developed by talented designers and are great places for gleaning ideas on space and material use. Let me know where you find inspiration
“Grass steps” — jphb
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