Jeri Koegel

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kelli614 added this to Kelli's Design elements (not style-specific)26 October 2021

Too modern but love that it opens inward to basement courtyard; would give us a skyline view of trees rather than neighbors?

HU-912325063 added this to My Project31 May 2020

Multi level house - great materials -smooth walls and stone

marciiee added this to 3B Home Folder29 July 2018

Would like this, staircase to a downstairs, indoor patio. However, would love it to be inside of the house, with a skylight right overhead of the staircase. It would be a nice feature inside the home.

Marianne Lipanovich added this to Pro Spotlight: Get Your Custom Home Off to a Good Start12 July 2017

2. Determine the DetailsMake all the design decisions and order the materials before building starts to avoid stress and delays later. “Once the shovel hits the ground, you can relax and enjoy the process,” Close says. For instance, this home in Corona del Mar required an unusual number of upfront decisions about design and materials. The lot features a panoramic view of the ocean, but options for privacy screening and for the outdoor entertaining space the family wanted were limited. After the architect added the indoor-outdoor courtyard seen here to meet the clients’ needs, Close was able to keep the project on schedule by ordering the additional materials — pavers, glass panel railings, sliding doors and even a concrete pingpong table — early on.See more of this project

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