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gulkahveci wrote:May 11, 2013
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    Spring Creek Aquatic Concepts
    Some people actually chlorinate sterile looking reflection pools like this. i say that because I see nothing growing in it. On the other hand, a very few people know how to design to maintain this sort of clarity and keep live plants and fish.
  • Patricia Reszetylo
    it's not a pond, it's a creek. You can see it on the other side of the house.
nfanelly wrote:Feb 12, 2013
Lise O’Neill wrote:Jan 28, 2013
  • ellenamichael
    me too...
  • meerkatmanor
    Where can I see more of this house - inside outside
Tia smith wrote:Dec 27, 2014
lightle wrote:Apr 8, 2013
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    Bridger Steel, Inc
    You can purchase this roof through Bridger Steel. We may have supplied this exact roof to JLF.
  • karenmommy

    But what color is it?

Tia smith wrote:Jan 25, 2015
jddrenth wrote:Jun 30, 2014
apxoxo wrote:Jun 11, 2013
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    silver standart
    Hello there!!!I really would like to know more from this project see more pictures.Please can you send me more information !!Thank you!!
  • Audrey Monte
    This home is showcased in the new book "The Work of Art". You can see a few more pictures of this house on this website.

    http://jlfarchitects.com/the-work/

    The book gives a write up about the home. Most of the homes in the book, if not all, are out west. I'd give you more info on the home, but I let someone borrow my copy of the book.

    The house is labeled North Wilson.

    http://pinterest.com/AudreySMonte/jlf-architect-design-firm/
zhengyike wrote:Jun 13, 2014
ramjeetm wrote:Apr 13, 2014
Mary Erickson wrote:Aug 3, 2013
  • Audrey Monte
    The firm in this link built the home. They are located in Bozman, Montana.

    http://jlfarchitects.com/the-work/

    The house is labeled North Wilson in the link and in the new book "The Work of Art".

    I know one of the partners in the firm, I'll try to find out where the doors came from.
    Or you can give them a call!
Yanet Garcia wrote:Jun 4, 2014
    Iqbal Hossen Shah wrote:Sep 24, 2013
      BKR Interiors wrote:Jan 27, 2013

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        ksally951
        K S added this to Exterior17 hours ago

        Bridge of glass, seamless integration with nature but without glass opening

        darktoki
        darktoki added this to dream home inspirations4 days ago

        dining space that can covert completely to an outdoor experience

        deilia
        deilia added this to Leigh Creek Guest House And GarageAug 27, 2019

        Breezeway entrance from guests house

        pearl3m
        pearl3m added this to Mom's HouseAug 12, 2019

        Connection between kitchen and main house. This will be the side entrance so mom doesn't have to go outside the main entrance all the time to go to the kitchen.

        ashnikki
        Ashley Lumayag added this to Backyard Exterior InspirationAug 11, 2019

        Love that the two parts of the traditional stone house is connected by the steel, contemporary dining area that can be opened up to the shallow water/pond feature. Points: - it's like they split the house into two and inserted a metal roofed box. - you can open both sides to enjoy the view and let air in - the water feature

        gail_francis
        Gail Francis added this to Burchmore pointAug 10, 2019

        Color stone, wood, metal, varying roof heights

        sweetsummerchild_mia
        Maria Sommerer added this to DreamsAug 9, 2019

        Farmhouse Dining Room, another angle.

        chobela_ndilila95
        Ndilila Associates Architects added this to MODERN FARMHOUSEAug 7, 2019

        I love the connection between inside and outside

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