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Michael G Imber, Architects
clearing the land and restoring the prairie grasses. When Imber first laid eyes on the spread, there was nothing there but an old barn and a huge oak tree with a mustang grapevine growing around it. “The barn was his workshop. And although there wasn’t a body of water for miles, he built wooden boats in
Leading Loudon Art Studio
Studio Artistica creates fine paintings, decorative artistry, custom mirrors and sophisticated architectural coatings for residential, hospitality and commercial environments.
the house and then worked out from there,” says Crisp. The new addition is set on pier footings so as not to disturb the roots of the existing oak trees on the property.Wherever possible, Crisp emphasized energy efficiency, utilizing geothermal heating, soy insulation and old wood and stone. “Using reclaimed
Lang Pools Inc.
The dye added to the plaster for this particular pool is called French Grey.Colored plaster can be stained by leaves and tree debris, or high amounts of metals in your fill water. Proper water chemistry is the key to extending the life of your plaster pool finish. Maintaining a clean pool to prevent
East Jefferson Residence
look reveals the texture of the brick showing through. Painted gray, the brick walls act like a backdrop for the wood, also making the green of the trees stand out.
white everywhere except this kitchen wall. “It’s a real pretty wood. Seemed like we ought to leave it somewhere,” says Clayton. Cabinet paint: Pepper Tree, Devoe Paints
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
Mill Valley Cabins
the flora of the mountain and Marin as a whole.“I take an educated and intuitive approach to the systems at play, whether it’s soils, slopes, grand trees or remarkable vegetation, or the orientation to the sun,” Hook says. “I see the roof as a microcosm of the slopes of Mount Tam. The design became a
Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
Gracious front porch
addresses bigger issues of global food production and connects people with their environment and their communities.On the most basic level, planting a tree, which will provide shade, shelter and possibly food many years later, is evolutionary.
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
hand, opens up to an expansive horizontal view of Mandeville Canyon east of San Francisco. Still, the view is broken up by columns that alternate with trees in the foreground. The sheltering aspect of the view is very strong, as the living room extends to a covered porch.
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