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architect has made the most of its limited square metreage by opening the back to the courtyard and extending the upper level. The hot pink and lime green colours on the exterior have also made their way indoors.More: 10 Ways to Connect Indoor and Outdoor Areas
painter, chose the colours in the home, while Zenya designed and built most of the furniture, including the dining table, TV stand and coffee table, for which he used leftover wood from the stair construction.The hardwood deck features spotted gum.
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Beth, an art teacher and painter, chose the colors in the home, while Zenya designed and built most of the furniture, including the dining table, TV stand and coffee table, for which he used leftover wood from the stair construction.The deck is an Australian hardwood called spotted gum.
Front as courtyard
home deck and 2nd level
Stylish home...Home ideas
the grass like shrubs against the wall & the lights in the flower bed highlighting the plants - very impressive - would be nice somewhere in the courtyard
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Dream home...Modern home
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La Canada Residence
Landscaping on layout of home within pine trees. Color of exterior.
Great mid-century home
Like the courtyard idea
open, modern home
small home...narrow home face...Narrow homes
Airport House - Denver Contemporary Residence
framework and all-glass atrium bisect the hangar and the living quarters and allow natural light to flood the open living spaces. Sited around an open courtyard with a reflecting pool and outdoor kitchen, the master suite and main living spaces form two ‘wood box’ wings. Mature landscaping and natural materials
tile, stained wood doors, windows and trim ground the home into its environment, while two-sided fireplaces, large glass doors and windows open the house to the spectacular western views. Designed with high-tech and sustainable features, this home received a LEED silver certification. LaCasse Photography
spatial orientations of the primary spaces mirror the aeronautical layout of the runway infrastructure. The owners are passionate pilots and wanted their home to reflect the high-tech nature of their plane as well as their love for contemporary and sustainable design, utilizing natural materials in an open
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light-flooded core creates another dimension to the design, as well as providing natural ventilation throughout the home,” Hogan says. “It’s proof that you can have a modern-looking home that’s environmentally efficient without compromising on the look or the finishes.”
glass courtyards...beach home