Meditation room
Meditation room
DNM Architecture
(c) 2005 Cesar Rubio, photographer
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Sacred Space
Sacred Space
Nectar
Reclaimed Furniture handcrafted and exclusively imported by Nectar. Pictured is a low reclaimed octagonal Indian table and low Pida chairs.
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meditation pavilion
meditation pavilion
BARRETT STUDIO architects
A small footprint finds many functions through transformable space: fold down a murphy bed for guests, or bring it up for a group meditation space. Sleeping alcoves saddlebag off the long kitchen / dining / living space in this guest and recreation pavilion. Outside, vined trellises overlook a natural swimming pond. Photo: Ron Ruscio
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meditation pavilion
meditation pavilion
BARRETT STUDIO architects
A small footprint finds many functions through transformable space: fold down a murphy bed for guests, or bring it up for a group meditation space. Sleeping alcoves saddlebag off the long kitchen / dining / living space in this guest and recreation pavilion. Outside, vined trellises overlook a natural swimming pond. Photo: Ron Ruscio
meditation pavilion
meditation pavilion
BARRETT STUDIO architects
A small footprint finds many functions through transformable space: fold down a murphy bed for guests, or bring it up for a group meditation space. Sleeping alcoves saddlebag off the long kitchen / dining / living space in this guest and recreation pavilion. Outside, vined trellises overlook a natural swimming pond. Photo: Ron Ruscio
Walnut Woods Residence
Walnut Woods Residence
John Senhauser Architects
Taking its cues from both persona and place, this residence seeks to reconcile a difficult, walnut-wooded site with the late client’s desire to live in a log home in the woods. The residence was conceived as a 24 ft x 150 ft linear bar rising into the trees from northwest to southeast. Positioned according to subdivision covenants, the structure bridges 40 ft across an existing intermittent creek, thereby preserving the natural drainage patterns and habitat. The residence’s long and narrow massing allowed many of the trees to remain, enabling the client to live in a wooded environment. A requested pool “grotto” and porte cochere complete the site interventions. The structure’s section rises successively up a cascading stair to culminate in a glass-enclosed meditative space (known lovingly as the “bird feeder”), providing access to the grass roof via an exterior stair. The walnut trees, cleared from the site during construction, were locally milled and returned to the residence as hardwood flooring. Photo Credit: Scott Hisey
meditation pavilion
meditation pavilion
BARRETT STUDIO architects
A small footprint finds many functions through transformable space: fold down a murphy bed for guests, or bring it up for a group meditation space. Sleeping alcoves saddlebag off the long kitchen / dining / living space in this guest and recreation pavilion. Outside, vined trellises overlook a natural swimming pond. Photo: David Barrett
meditation pavilion
meditation pavilion
BARRETT STUDIO architects
A small footprint finds many functions through transformable space: fold down a murphy bed for guests, or bring it up for a group meditation space. Sleeping alcoves saddlebag off the long kitchen / dining / living space in this guest and recreation pavilion. Outside, vined trellises overlook a natural swimming pond. Photo: David Barrett
Spirit Spaces
Spirit Spaces
Joseph Matto Architects, LLC
Concept Primary Design by: Colin Healy, Davyne Verstandig, and Joseph Matto. Decorative Artist; Stephanie Kafka.
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Farm Outbuildings
Farm Outbuildings
Fieldwork Architecture
Daniel O'Connor Photography www.danieloconnorphoto.com
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Yorba Linda Master Bedroom Lounge
Yorba Linda Master Bedroom Lounge
International Custom Designs
An Asian, Zen-inspired bedroom that draws on the beauty of the moon and the simplicity of leaves. This room also functions as a meditation space for the clients. Designer: Fumiko Faiman, ASID. Photo by: Jeri Koegel.
Gingko House, Harrison, NY
Gingko House, Harrison, NY
Westover Landscape Design
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Walnut Woods Residence
Walnut Woods Residence
John Senhauser Architects
Taking its cues from both persona and place, this residence seeks to reconcile a difficult, walnut-wooded site with the late client’s desire to live in a log home in the woods. The residence was conceived as a 24 ft x 150 ft linear bar rising into the trees from northwest to southeast. Positioned according to subdivision covenants, the structure bridges 40 ft across an existing intermittent creek, thereby preserving the natural drainage patterns and habitat. The residence’s long and narrow massing allowed many of the trees to remain, enabling the client to live in a wooded environment. A requested pool “grotto” and porte cochere complete the site interventions. The structure’s section rises successively up a cascading stair to culminate in a glass-enclosed meditative space (known lovingly as the “bird feeder”), providing access to the grass roof via an exterior stair. The walnut trees, cleared from the site during construction, were locally milled and returned to the residence as hardwood flooring. Photo Credit: Eric Williams (Sophisticated Living magazine)
california dreaming - the bedroom
california dreaming - the bedroom
Bud Dietrich, AIA
The master bedroom is at the opposite end of the home from the kids bedrooms and has a direct access to the patio and garden. The room features a vaulted ceiling a small "apse" for the homeowner's Buddha stature. This home was featured on the CBS News Sunday Morning annual design program in the summer of 2010. This show included an interview with Sarah Susanka describing how this home incorporated ideas from her best selling book, "The Not So Big House." The CBS News Sunday Morning program featuring this home can be seen at http://tinyurl.com/38lumme Visit http://tinyurl.com/3hdtrky to see more photos including some before pictures of this home. Phtography by Tony May
california dreaming - the bedroom
california dreaming - the bedroom
Bud Dietrich, AIA
The master bedroom is at the opposite end of the home from the kids bedrooms and has a direct access to the patio and garden. The room features a vaulted ceiling a small "apse" for the homeowner's Buddha stature. This home was featured on the CBS News Sunday Morning annual design program in the summer of 2010. This show included an interview with Sarah Susanka describing how this home incorporated ideas from her best selling book, "The Not So Big House." The CBS News Sunday Morning program featuring this home can be seen at http://tinyurl.com/38lumme Visit http://tinyurl.com/3hdtrky to see more photos including some before pictures of this home. Phtography by Tony May
Coastal Mediter-asian
Coastal Mediter-asian
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Photo of a small contemporary backyard landscaping in San Luis Obispo.
PINE/Cone
PINE/Cone
SALA Architects
A meditation space designed for the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. Vertical tamarack boards on the exterior align with the vertical nature of the surrounding pine trees. Inside, horizontal boards allow the eye to slowly step upward toward the opening and tree canopy above. The simple box form gracefully floats above the pine needle carpet of the ground. A reflecting pool merges ground, sky, trees, and viewers. Designed by David O'Brien Wagner, AIA of SALA Architects. Photos by Peter Kerze.
Kalorama Contemporary
Kalorama Contemporary
JHLA | Jennifer Horn Landscape Architecture
Our clients on this project were inspired by their travels to Asia and wanted to mimic this aesthetic at their DC property. We designed a water feature that effectively masks adjacent traffic noise and maintains a small footprint.
A new house in the land of prosecco
A new house in the land of prosecco
Tollot&C LLC.
Photo Zattarin Federico, design Martinelli monti pesavento
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Circa 1700
Circa 1700
Blansfield Builders, Inc.
Jim Fuhrmann, Beinfield Architecture PC
Mid-sized country light wood floor home yoga studio photo in New York with white walls
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