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Manhattan Beach, this three-story speculative house opens itself on the second and third floors toward the Pacific Ocean. Nevertheless, the design is quite urban, responding to its immediate context through its massing and materials. More regional modern architecture:Chicago | Boston | Austin | NYC | New York
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Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Jennifer Gardner Design is an award-winning interior design firm creating dynamic spaces nationwide. One of Jennifer’s particular strengths is the enthusiasm she brings to every project.
Victorian homes were well-entrenched in San Francisco's urban fabric before the earthquake of 1906, and remained in the rebuilding.
Kristie Barnett, The Decorologist
Musician's Music Row Condo in Nashville
Nashville's new penchant for urban living is inspiring citified style all over the greater area. "Many clients I work with, including two from the TV show Nashville, are actually looking for more contemporary or metropolitan design," says Barnett. This home takes its cues from midcentury modern design
Midcentury in Del Mar
wallpaper and art that celebrated the architecture. Then I came across this duck, which looked like it was staring at me, complete with a graffitied urban backdrop. I stopped scrolling and stared back with a smile on my face. This tour was a real treat. Full story: My Houzz: Cool, Creative Midcentury Style
Chicago mid-century - Farnsworth House
Wright is Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, whose iconic 1951 Farnsworth House in Plano, Illinois, set the bar for glass-box houses. Privacy concerns and sub/urban locations may limit the use of this much glass today, but the simplicity, rectilinear geometry and structural expression are still found in a number
The numerous windows, presence of natural light, and exaggerated height of the house can make it feel removed from its urban location.
Cassidy Hughes Interior Design & Styling
Industrial Warehouse Conversion in East London
Dare to bareStrip your kitchen-diner walls back to the original bricks for an urban vibe. To break up the deep terracotta colour, opt for colourful fabrics and accessories.
35th and The Strand
"Shingle revival" best describes this once-again popular theme. In contrast to its ancestors and not evident in this photo, this house sits on a tight urban beachfront yet suits its location well. Large first-floor porches and the tower element hugging the main body of the house are common to the style.