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American Institute of Architects, San Francisco
2012 San Francisco Living: Home Tours
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bridge. Public function space moved to the addition on the roof. To weave the house into the urban fabric the building was clad in the inexpensive Skatelite material, used to make skateboard ramps. As the residence is located on a designated historic block, built by one developer and comprised of identical
“Área integrada” — Giovana Panazzolo
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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BARRETT STUDIO architects
3 Reviews
Prospect Courtyard Duplex
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with public spaces on the main level, private spaces on the second, and a third-story perch for reading & dreaming accessed by a spiral staircase. They also live larger by opening the entire kitchen / dining wall to an expansive deck and private courtyard. Embedded in an eclectically modern New Urbanist
“to third story room” — tarasherm
Adams + Beasley Associates
Simple Elegance
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Boston public garden and Beacon Hill. A large central gallery flooded with gorgeous diffused light through two full stories of window glass. Clean linear millwork details compliment the structural glass, steel and walnut balustrades and handrailings that grace the upper gallery, reading nook, and stairs
“chairs” — justlooking100
Adams + Beasley Associates
Simple Elegance
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Boston public garden and Beacon Hill. A large central gallery flooded with gorgeous diffused light through two full stories of window glass. Clean linear millwork details compliment the structural glass, steel and walnut balustrades and handrailings that grace the upper gallery, reading nook, and stairs
“overall style; furniture” — Megan Williams Interior Design
SHKS Architects
3 Reviews
Refined + Rustic
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between the public and private domains of the house. Photo Credit: Dale Lang
“The rail” — redragonx
BARRETT STUDIO architects
3 Reviews
Prospect Courtyard Duplex
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with public spaces on the main level, private spaces on the second, and a third-story perch for reading & dreaming accessed by a spiral staircase. They also live larger by opening the entire kitchen / dining wall to an expansive deck and private courtyard. Embedded in an eclectically modern New Urbanist
“my home” — akmarc7
BARRETT STUDIO architects
3 Reviews
Prospect Courtyard Duplex
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with public spaces on the main level, private spaces on the second, and a third-story perch for reading & dreaming accessed by a spiral staircase. They also live larger by opening the entire kitchen / dining wall to an expansive deck and private courtyard. Embedded in an eclectically modern New Urbanist
“Cool” — amwbigyin
Adams + Beasley Associates
Simple Elegance
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Boston public garden and Beacon Hill. A large central gallery flooded with gorgeous diffused light through two full stories of window glass. Clean linear millwork details compliment the structural glass, steel and walnut balustrades and handrailings that grace the upper gallery, reading nook, and stairs
“guest bedroom” — juliedel76
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