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square three design studios
Ceiling divider for living space/gym area
Open space. Wife likes lighting
separation of spaces yet still open, bar integrated
living space and gym
square three design studios
I love this space...lots of space...The open space
Washington DC Interior Designer
Harrison Interiors has been called a “hidden gem,” with a walk-in studio and a 50-mile service area that spans from Leesburg to Annapolis, Gaithersburg to Woodbridge.
Desk at end of narrow space
Good use of space. Japanese style
Good use of a small space
Those panels brighten that space
desk in unused closet space
lower level study space
Ceiling design...our bed room design...Computer desk space
Furman + Keil Architects
night, accentuating the transparency of the screens and giving us a view into the living space.
Outdoor area - design, chilled, easy, removable...
Could be a nice small space yard.
Here is a view from the side at night, accentuating the transparency of the screens and giving us a view into the living space.
Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
Architectural Design by Hugh Twibell. Interior Design by Genny Cummings, Indigo. Built by Giffin & Crane. Photo by Jim Bartsch.
example of horizontal line space. The bookshelves and desk area are long horizontal surfaces. Horizontal lines are lines that visually widen or lengthen an interior and when dominant provide feelings of relaxation.
That looks like a good amount of space
Jay - storage space and use of wall area
Lots of desk space, book shelves, storage
Bates Masi Architects LLC
like the wood.. silly to put kitchen next to staircase, but it does create airy feeling... like relationship to living room and outdoor space
the house is looking from the entry to the west, through the open kitchen and living area; the deck is to the left. While the plan is compact, the space is airy and bright. The upper floor is hinted at through the wood walls seen through the white ceiling.
exterior space is a “morning patio” located on the east side of the house. Broad and finished in the ubiquitous concrete grid pattern, this private area repeats the motif seen throughout the exterior of large bowls placed on trapezoidal pedestals and planted with agaves. It’s another space in which the
offers a curvilinear geometry that contrasts with the deck’s grid pattern. The star of this space is a curved and ascending rusted-steel wall in the form of a half spiral. Its presence discretely divides the space, lending the guest room patio a sense of privacy from the public breakfast patio. On the guest
feelings of serenity in the calm, quiet space. The sweeping wall of corten steel also has a continuous six inch wide vertical cleft that allows an axial glimpse of the plume from the public side and, from the opposite angle, a sliver view through to the public space beyond. A cantilevered steel sluice spills
Morgante Wilson Architects
Different sized spaces and background color
big spaces mixed in with the smaller ones
bookshelf is more than a place for books. Shelves provide space for your own expression, letting you pair favorite titles with personal photographs and symbolic objects.
A bookshelf is more than a place for books. Shelves provide space for your own expression, letting you pair favorite titles
Books in blue. A bookshelf is more than a place for books. Shelves provide space for your own expression, letting you pair favorite titles with personal photographs and symbolic objects.
Modern Yankee Builders
Design: Donald Powers Architects Construction: Modern Yankee Builders Photography: On The Spot Photography
Space & layout of the room
think we have this much space but all the windows/light nice
idea for our addition, love the book and plant shelves. Good use of space
Nice use of space and lots of natural light