The extensive vegetable patch. Photo by Emma Cross
Wolf Design Studio
Nick Springett Photography
Seven Custom Homes
Merrick Ales Photography
Wildflower roof: Part of the extension roof is a balcony that can be accessed from the master bedroom. We created a wild-flower roof with the remaining roof space which can be viewed from the master bedroom and stairwell window.
Nicholas Moriarty Interiors (NMI, LLC.)
Nicholas Moriarty Interiors
Trent Bell Photography
Jillian Aimis Architect
John Davies Landscape
This is a contemporary garden space created for a newly built property offering multiple areas for outside relaxation and featuring a pool with fountain jets, table top topiarised plane trees, multi stemmed feature trees and a meadow style planting scheme. Photographs by the designer, John Davies
Cordillera Ranch Residence Builder: Todd Glowka Designer: Jessica Claiborne, Claiborne & Co too Photo Credits: Lauren Keller Materials Used: Macchiato Plank, Vaal 3D Wallboard, Ipe Decking European Oak Engineered Wood Flooring, Engineered Red Oak 3D wall paneling, Ipe Decking on exterior walls. This beautiful home, located in Boerne, Tx, utilizes our Macchiato Plank for the flooring, Vaal 3D Wallboard on the chimneys, and Ipe Decking for the exterior walls. The modern luxurious feel of our products are a match made in heaven for this upscale residence.
Tyler Hogan Photography
Tyler J Hogan / www.tylerjhogan.com
Pacwest Builders LLC
Alair Homes Houston
An updated take on mid-century modern offers many spaces to enjoy the outdoors both from inside and out: the two upstairs balconies create serene spaces, beautiful views can be enjoyed from each of the masters, and the large back patio equipped with fireplace and cooking area is perfect for entertaining. Pacific Architectural Millwork Stacking Doors create a seamless indoor/outdoor feel. A stunning infinity edge pool with jacuzzi is a destination in and of itself. Inside the home, draw your attention to oversized kitchen, study/library and the wine room off the living and dining room.
Design + Build by Lazar
Steve Lazar's newest project, a six-bedroom residence built on a hillside peak of 30th Street in Hermosa Beach for design+build by South Swell, is a study in the functional exploitation of lot size and surrounding beauty. That, and an evolution of the designer’s singular style. Modernist in its veins, the new home has the earmarks of a Lazar design inside and out. There’s a hint of lifeguard tower in its exterior, though more muted than visible in his past projects, mainly due to a ring of rusticated wood cladding swathed around its mid-section. Other signifiers are there, too, from a row of high-perched observation windows to a slightly raised metal hip roof of soft blue. Jutting out slightly over the home, its underside dressed in tidy shiplap, the roof contrasts smartly against the clean white stucco and earthy wood of the lower levels. In all, it’s still clean-cut Lazar, but more organic than sleek. “I use a lot of the same ideas,” says Lazar, standing outside the structure while craftsmen and workers buzz around, putting finishing touches on the place. “ “I have a signature vocabulary, but I adapt it with each custom home to meet a client’s needs and maximize the particulars of that space.” Thoughtfully designed by Steve Lazar design+build by South Swell. designbuildbysouthswell.com Photography by Joel Silva.
This Dover Shores, Newport Beach home was built with a young hip Newport Beach family in mind. Bright and airy finishes were used throughout, with a modern twist. The palette is neutral with lots of geometric blacks, whites and grays. Cement tile, beautiful hardwood floors and natural stone were used throughout. The designer collaborated with the builder on all finishes and fixtures inside and out to create an inviting and impressive home.Shak Cinema
Contemporary Style Architectural Photography - Ron Rosenzweig