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Found Associates
Private House, Cotswolds
1. Separate ErweiterungenAls modernistische Variante der Erweiterung muss sicher der separate Anbau in Form eines Pavillons gelten. Durch die räumliche Trennung von Neubau und Haus offenbart sich der Bruch mit der Vergangenheit und ihren Regeln und Konventionen. Gleichzeitig geben separate Erweiterungen
Separate ExtensionsWe’ll begin with the most genuinely modernist approach — the distinct pavilion. The physical separation of a pavilion outwardly implies a disconnect from the past and a break from its rules and
once said: “Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness.” I think Gehry would approve of the addition seen here. Separation in this project, in England’s Cotswolds, was done with a sensitive hand, one that respected the existing 18th-century stone cottage, seen to the
“telhado verde” — eduardomazzi
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Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
15 Reviews
Urban Edge Bathrooms
Where can you purchase this glass door to use to separate the toilet?
Here's another example of a glass panel in a bathroom to separate zones, but this one is textured instead of frosted for a different feel.
Glass separation wall
Separation with glass
Love the glass separator
The separation wall...The separator
“glass” — bcshawaii
2 Design Group
3 Reviews
Kitchen - P
Is this showing a separate freezer and refrigerator? Both standalones?
Island - length and storage. Separate fridge and freezer; lighting
- Separate Fridge/ Freezer wall w/counter in between - Opportunity for pass-through to pantry between
separate fridge freezer with a little space between. lots of counter space. would split the islands into two
“Circa lighting” — remoqueen
Ellen Grasso & Sons, LLC
20 Reviews
Separate vanities, floor tile and marble countertop
separate beveled mirrors recessed into frame
sinks separated by door
Separate space, like alot
Separate vanities
“cabinets flanking doorway into toilet area...like ours could be” — joykloess
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Timeless Traditional
White columns give feeling of separate rooms but still have a very open feel. Shape of columns are great.
Space separated with counter and storage
Separation between kitchen and family room
Separation from living to dining
separation between rooms
Kinda like the separation here...
separation between
“Colors... Kitchen/lounge” — sandrahurley
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Nice separation wall, really like the cubby holes
a separate kids play area in the living room?
Cool playroom separation!
Separation of spaces
Kids bedroom - separation wall
In this playroom, an accent wall defines a separate area, which makes this the perfect space for group play time and individual play.
of a separate space
“wall fenestrations” — onthedeskblotter
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Classical Shingle
idea to separate sink and knee space?
I like the vanity separate from sink
two separate sink areas, vanity, light
the vanity are separated from each other.
Totally separate sink and vanity
Separate sinks...Separate vanities
“beautiful” — saracomer
Kenorah Construction & Design Ltd
12 Reviews
Meandering Serenity - Custom Home
separate of living room and dinning room
Wall frame to separate living areas could be used to separate kitchen/study room from large living room
columns on the sides to separate the space
make a hallway disappear is by including it in the circulation of the more public rooms. By opening rooms up to one another, you remove the need for separate circulation (a hallway) and can use the existing room circulation to get you from one side of the house to the other. This room, for example, combines
hallway in between. The large, open space makes the house feel bigger. An open plan doesn't work for every house, and many people prefer a more formal separation between the main rooms in their homes. That's OK. After all, it's your house, and you should have what you want. Just remember, if you spend a little
“Lighting” — donna43068
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