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David Vandervort Architects
4 Reviews
David Vandervort Architects AIA
Ideabooks5,871
Questions4
Who manufacturers the windows on this house and the see thru railings.
aware about to restain an 80s deck house and wondered if you recall what was used on this home? I love the contrast of the dark railings and the wood siding.
One of the most beautiful houses I have seen. SO delightful inside and out!
Yes what is the color my house is in the same setting, going with
Glass and black exterior to make most of passive solar heat
the lot is just like ours- lots of trees :)
majestic pines that practically touch the sky. Heck, even the house practically touches the sky. Here is another great example of how a boxy home can feel just right when it's surrounded by trees.
One of the more popular modern houses on Houzz is this residence overlooking Flowing Lake. Glass exterior
“Windows” — nikic6384
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Arc Design Group
4 Reviews
Villa de Frazier
Ideabooks2,667
Questions1
What style is this house? thank you
What style is this house?
The waterfalls blend in with the house very nicely.
Incredible water feature!
parking under house...garage under house...Mou house2...Gorgeous house!...palm tree
“Landscaping waterfall” — dwj79
Pine Mountain Builders, LLC
5 Reviews
Camp Callaway
Ideabooks15,611
Questions18
How does this house manage rain water?
geothermal heat pump, LED lighting and is Energy Star certified. The architect on this project was Historical Concepts (also on Houzz). They do incredible work. I would encourage you to take a look.
columns? Reason: I had a house built 14y ago, 1700 sf, "used pier & beam?"(cinder blks. & shems) whatever!! D/T my land is gumbo, clay!! Hate it!! Anyway, need to have it leveled so I can start w a redo on it. So where can I get info on the columns & how do they hold up to keep the house level? Tired of being
didn't force a lawn by cutting down the trees.
pole structure country house no foundation
“guest house/office” — tommaryjane
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
ellis entry
Ideabooks13,571
Questions7
the home. All of the wood used for the bench on the left came from one large tree that was on-site. It was milled on-site and kiln-dried locally. A lot of this wood was also used on the inside as finish trim... so the tree never really left the site! Also in this image are LED lights and an off-the-shelf
And what's more, I often visit your firm's site and that of Tom Kundig's as your firms have some of the most spectacular (warm NW Modern) architecture I've ever seen. True eye candy that's incredibly calming and in harmony with the surroundings. So my question - and please know I'm nothing but an Amateur
homes for outer walls or industrial buildings looks so ugly (variable tones, ugly gaps and variability in depth of mortar, etc), but yours has an incredibly uniform, near stone-like appearance? In other words, what is the actual physical reason for the striking difference in appearance/quality? I'd
“Modern” — Faye Chamberlain
Eskuche Design
16 Reviews
Mountain Modern
Ideabooks4,943
Questions4
Can you tell me what type of trees are in front of the window on my right?
Hello and thanks for the inquiry. Bob Renaud from Southview Design Landscaping, specified and installed the trees. The trees on the right side of the picture are Swedish Columnar Aspen. The smaller one on the left is a Pagoda Dogwood. Please contact Bob at 763.226.9705
Thanks again. With the success of this design, we have now drawn up several homes of similar character, mostly of smaller size. I appreciate your comments!
-Storage-can't see it, but there is a lot of attic space -Universal Design- No,2 story house with stairs -Greenhouse: there are a lot of trees -Smart House: No, it is not run with computer programs
The trees on the right side of the picture are Swedish Columnar Aspen. The smaller one on the left is a Pagoda Dogwood.
“Cool entry” — seeldog
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Cloud Street Residence
Ideabooks26,068
Questions21
suggestions for a color that would be simliar that would be geat. --Color of house would be nice to know as well. :) Thanks
What are the colors used on this house? Thanks - Jean
What are the colors used on this house and who is the paint made by? Thanks,
a new home and love the color palette. Its hard to go to the paint store and find something on a swatch that I know is gonna look good on the whole house. I love this and would like it. Thanks so much for your time!
I love the wood design in front of the second floor windows and I have seen this on other houses. My only inquiry how does one gain access to clean the windows on the outside ? Thanks.
Sorry, I couldn't find response to House numbers. How tall are they?
“Slats” — nyinkc
Fowler Interiors
2 Reviews
clemson
Ideabooks1,734
Questions2
What is the small tree in the foreground thanks
Once a home hits 3 stories, I hope that there all multiple tenants, or that the tenant has 19 kids and counting. But what's interesting is the landscape. I love big evergreens, but sometimes smaller trees on a lakefront can
pathway with grass more mulch arund trees.
excellent way to just finish little area and leave the rest unfinished for trees and for the raised beds.
wow! love the house and the landscapes similar to our house
i like how big the backyard is and how the style of the house is.
“Take off lower level. Separation of porches” — smithb8
Urban Landscape
19 Reviews
Urban Landscape Design & Construction
Ideabooks1,188
Questions0
The tall skinny trees by the house
with dark windows and cypress trees
Wet edge pool... Makes most of view
Peaceful. Pointy trees with great view
side closet to the house.....
mediterranean landscape w/cypress trees
Cypress trees...I like the trees
“Landscape” — olga_todorovic
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