Entrance with Wood Walls Ideas and Designs
VOIT SCHREINEREI + PLANUNG GmbH
PROJEKT 08 Innenausbau - Vom maßgeschneiderten Konzept zum Wohntraum PROJEKT: Maßgeschneiderter Komplettausbau, Villa (Neubau) UMSETZUNG: 2019 ARBEITEN: Entwurfsplanung, Werkplanung, Beratung bei Beleuchtung und Dekoration, Installationsplanung, Fertigung, Montage und Bodenarbeiten GARDEROBE & GÄSTE ANKLEIDE Maßgeschneiderte Einbauschränke und Sitzmöbel
Прихожая кантри. Шкаф с зеркалами, Mister Doors, зеркало в красивой раме,пуфик.
This new house is located in a quiet residential neighborhood developed in the 1920’s, that is in transition, with new larger homes replacing the original modest-sized homes. The house is designed to be harmonious with its traditional neighbors, with divided lite windows, and hip roofs. The roofline of the shingled house steps down with the sloping property, keeping the house in scale with the neighborhood. The interior of the great room is oriented around a massive double-sided chimney, and opens to the south to an outdoor stone terrace and gardens. Photo by: Nat Rea Photography
SHELTER Custom-Built Living
11 foot pivoting front door by Caoba and custom 48" front door light by St. James Lighting.
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
Harbor View is a modern-day interpretation of the shingled vacation houses of its seaside community. The gambrel roof, horizontal, ground-hugging emphasis, and feeling of simplicity, are all part of the character of the place. While fitting in with local traditions, Harbor View is meant for modern living. The kitchen is a central gathering spot, open to the main combined living/dining room and to the waterside porch. One easily moves between indoors and outdoors. The house is designed for an active family, a couple with three grown children and a growing number of grandchildren. It is zoned so that the whole family can be there together but retain privacy. Living, dining, kitchen, library, and porch occupy the center of the main floor. One-story wings on each side house two bedrooms and bathrooms apiece, and two more bedrooms and bathrooms and a study occupy the second floor of the central block. The house is mostly one room deep, allowing cross breezes and light from both sides. The porch, a third of which is screened, is a main dining and living space, with a stone fireplace offering a cozy place to gather on summer evenings. A barn with a loft provides storage for a car or boat off-season and serves as a big space for projects or parties in summer.
A simple and inviting entryway to this Scandinavian modern home.
Large open entry with dual lanterns. Single French door with side lights.
A modern floor and ceiling coat and shoe storage cupboard together with bench and top shelf. All set to a backdrop of oak slats and a Farrow and Ball Moles Breath grey side panel, with built in LED lighting.
Peter Vincent Architects
The entry is perpendicular to the street for privacy and is accentuated by an up-lit cast concrete tile wall representing coral reef, to embrace the owner’s passion for the ocean. A horizontal Ipe rain-screen provides an accent and grounds the house.
Kimberley Kay Interiors
Entry has trim work and custom frames to show family of the home.