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Lounge space with tibetan feature wall
Lounge space with tibetan feature wall
TFQ Architects
Light, bright and open lounge area with large feature mosaic wall featuring Terracotta Soldiers.
Mountain Peeki
Mountain Peeki
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
Mountain Peek is a custom residence located within the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana. The layout of the home was heavily influenced by the site. Instead of building up vertically the floor plan reaches out horizontally with slight elevations between different spaces. This allowed for beautiful views from every space and also gave us the ability to play with roof heights for each individual space. Natural stone and rustic wood are accented by steal beams and metal work throughout the home. (photos by Whitney Kamman)
Above and Beyond - Great Room from Entry
Above and Beyond - Great Room from Entry
Drewett Works
Above and Beyond is the third residence in a four-home collection in Paradise Valley, Arizona. Originally the site of the abandoned Kachina Elementary School, the infill community, appropriately named Kachina Estates, embraces the remarkable views of Camelback Mountain. Nestled into an acre sized pie shaped cul-de-sac lot, the lot geometry and front facing view orientation created a remarkable privacy challenge and influenced the forward facing facade and massing. An iconic, stone-clad massing wall element rests within an oversized south-facing fenestration, creating separation and privacy while affording views “above and beyond.” Above and Beyond has Mid-Century DNA married with a larger sense of mass and scale. The pool pavilion bridges from the main residence to a guest casita which visually completes the need for protection and privacy from street and solar exposure. The pie-shaped lot which tapered to the south created a challenge to harvest south light. This was one of the largest spatial organization influencers for the design. The design undulates to embrace south sun and organically creates remarkable outdoor living spaces. This modernist home has a palate of granite and limestone wall cladding, plaster, and a painted metal fascia. The wall cladding seamlessly enters and exits the architecture affording interior and exterior continuity. Kachina Estates was named an Award of Merit winner at the 2019 Gold Nugget Awards in the category of Best Residential Detached Collection of the Year. The annual awards ceremony was held at the Pacific Coast Builders Conference in San Francisco, CA in May 2019. Project Details: Above and Beyond Architecture: Drewett Works Developer/Builder: Bedbrock Developers Interior Design: Est Est Land Planner/Civil Engineer: CVL Consultants Photography: Dino Tonn and Steven Thompson Awards: Gold Nugget Award of Merit - Kachina Estates - Residential Detached Collection of the Year
Mendota Hearth ML-47 MOD Linear
Mendota Hearth ML-47 MOD Linear
Builders Materials
Modular meets modern, enhanced by the Modern Linear fireplace's panoramic view
Residential Services | Modern Darien CT Living Room
Residential Services | Modern Darien CT Living Room
Sorelle Gallery Fine Art
Jane Schmidt painting hangs above the couch in this Modern Darien CT Living Room
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Hollywood Hills Residence
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Hollywood Hills Residence
Griffin Enright Architects
The library is a room within a room -- an effect that is enhanced by a material inversion; the living room has ebony, fired oak floors and a white ceiling, while the stepped up library has a white epoxy resin floor with an ebony oak ceiling.
living room
living room
Elad Gonen
projecr for architect Michal schein
Presidio Heights Residence, Huang Iboshi Architecture and John Maniscalco Archit
Presidio Heights Residence, Huang Iboshi Architecture and John Maniscalco Archit
American Institute of Architects, San Francisco
A complete rebuild of a 1950s modern home, this project combines spatial openness, a consistent use of materials, and reconfiguration of the ground plane to bring light deep into this home and frame views of the park beyond. Daylight is introduced to the home through two new shafts of windows and skylights above the living areas. A sculptural steel and limestone stair serves as a spatially dynamic centerpiece for the home, connecting the new second floor and addition of a lower level. A retracting glass wall, minimalist water feature, and dramatic roof deck complete the indoor-outdoor experience at the heart of this home. Image by Dennis Bettencourt Photography.
Apartment - Downtown Manhattan
Apartment - Downtown Manhattan
L-ONE DESIGN,LLC
Photos taken by Ricard Cadan Photography
Hunter Douglas VIGNETTE ROMAN SHADES
Hunter Douglas VIGNETTE ROMAN SHADES
Windows Dressed Up
Hunter Douglas roman shades come in many designs and styles to fit a variety of home interiors. Vignette modern roman shades can be horizontal or vertical orientation. Custom Alustra Vignette roman shades have exclusive designer fabrics and are a favorite of interior decorators. Design Studio roman shades come in a variety of fabrics and can be customized with tapes, trim and valances. Solera roman blinds are made of non-woven and woven fabric will cellular shade construction for a variety of room darkening and light filtering options. Motorized roman shades and motorized blackout shades available. Windows Dressed Up Denver showroom has a large selection of window treatments from hunter douglas and other top brands. Top down bottom up shades and blinds, motorized shades. If you are looking for window treatment ideas, including roman shades for french doors in your living room, we have several alternatives. This picture has a large window array with large and small windows using top down bottom up Hunter Douglas shades. Denver, Broomfield, Castle Rock, Aurora - all across Denver metro. Photo credit: Hunter Douglas roman shades. Living room design & ideas.
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