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Nic Darling
100k Stair Wall
Ideabooks5,982
Questions2
Who made your stair for you? I'm in Philly and renovating my house and don't want a box stair.
hey, i am currently designing my house and am looking at having plywood timber panels and exposed studwork finishes internally. do you have to laquer or finish the timbers
I believe the stairway was created by Interface Studio Architects for a project called the 100k House. Here's a link to the architect: http://www.is-architects.com/main/
find room for in a hall. Hang bikes on dedicated wall mounts to keep them dry and secure while preventing them from cluttering up the corridor, student-house style. Try high up or under the stairs, like these.
rise from stair to ceiling. This encloses the space of the stair, making it into a room. See more of this house
“y” — bmoody42
Christopher Megowan Design
1212 W. 37th Place
Ideabooks1
Questions0
This project is owned and was developed by two students at the University of Southern California. Christopher Megowan, one of the two students/owners, designed the project while still studying at the School of Architecture. Purchased as a student housing investment, the addition was constructed on a tight
block away from the University of Southern California. Over the years, the interior of the existing house had slowly been partitioned off to become a duplex with dormitory type accommodations for students. Programmatically, the new addition sought to add a large common social space as well as two extra
University becomes more dense given the increase in demand for housing, many older homes are being demolished to make way for larger apartment blocks. In this scenario, this addition prevented the waste and demolition of the older house and reappropriated it’s use to accommodate the areas demand for
Christopher Megowan Design
1212 W. 37th Place
Ideabooks1
Questions0
This project is owned and was developed by two students at the University of Southern California. Christopher Megowan, one of the two students/owners, designed the project while still studying at the School of Architecture. Purchased as a student housing investment, the addition was constructed on a tight
block away from the University of Southern California. Over the years, the interior of the existing house had slowly been partitioned off to become a duplex with dormitory type accommodations for students. Programmatically, the new addition sought to add a large common social space as well as two extra
University becomes more dense given the increase in demand for housing, many older homes are being demolished to make way for larger apartment blocks. In this scenario, this addition prevented the waste and demolition of the older house and reappropriated it’s use to accommodate the areas demand for
Christopher Megowan Design
1212 W. 37th Place
Ideabooks1
Questions0
This project is owned and was developed by two students at the University of Southern California. Christopher Megowan, one of the two students/owners, designed the project while still studying at the School of Architecture. Purchased as a student housing investment, the addition was constructed on a tight
block away from the University of Southern California. Over the years, the interior of the existing house had slowly been partitioned off to become a duplex with dormitory type accommodations for students. Programmatically, the new addition sought to add a large common social space as well as two extra
University becomes more dense given the increase in demand for housing, many older homes are being demolished to make way for larger apartment blocks. In this scenario, this addition prevented the waste and demolition of the older house and reappropriated it’s use to accommodate the areas demand for
Christopher Megowan Design
1212 W. 37th Place
Ideabooks2
Questions0
This project is owned and was developed by two students at the University of Southern California. Christopher Megowan, one of the two students/owners, designed the project while still studying at the School of Architecture. Purchased as a student housing investment, the addition was constructed on a tight
block away from the University of Southern California. Over the years, the interior of the existing house had slowly been partitioned off to become a duplex with dormitory type accommodations for students. Programmatically, the new addition sought to add a large common social space as well as two extra
University becomes more dense given the increase in demand for housing, many older homes are being demolished to make way for larger apartment blocks. In this scenario, this addition prevented the waste and demolition of the older house and reappropriated it’s use to accommodate the areas demand for
Yaron Kweller
Court Street Student Housing Binghamton NY
Ideabooks0
Questions0
Court Street Student Housing Binghamton NY
Luxury Student Housing in Binghamton New York. Exposed Duct Work and Exposed Brick
Luxury Student Housing in Binghamton New
Yaron Kweller
Court Street Student Housing Binghamton NY
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Court Street Student Housing Binghamton NY
Luxury Student Housing in Binghamton New York. Exposed Duct Work and Exposed Brick
Luxury Student Housing in Binghamton New
Railroadware
18 Reviews
Student housing garage apartment
Ideabooks5
Questions0
Student housing garage apartment
student apartment...student housing
“look” — Trevor Stoffel
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