Nicole Lanteri Design
Fold down dining table - fold up chess table. Concrete floor with radiant heating. Vertical garden. Motorized projection screen. Photo: Elizabeth Felicella
A tea pot, being a vessel, is defined by the space it contains, it is not the tea pot that is important, but the space. Crispin Sartwell Located on a lake outside of Milwaukee, the Vessel House is the culmination of an intense 5 year collaboration with our client and multiple local craftsmen focused on the creation of a modern analogue to the Usonian Home. As with most residential work, this home is a direct reflection of it’s owner, a highly educated art collector with a passion for music, fine furniture, and architecture. His interest in authenticity drove the material selections such as masonry, copper, and white oak, as well as the need for traditional methods of construction. The initial diagram of the house involved a collection of embedded walls that emerge from the site and create spaces between them, which are covered with a series of floating rooves. The windows provide natural light on three sides of the house as a band of clerestories, transforming to a floor to ceiling ribbon of glass on the lakeside. The Vessel House functions as a gallery for the owner’s art, motorcycles, Tiffany lamps, and vintage musical instruments – offering spaces to exhibit, store, and listen. These gallery nodes overlap with the typical house program of kitchen, dining, living, and bedroom, creating dynamic zones of transition and rooms that serve dual purposes allowing guests to relax in a museum setting. Through it’s materiality, connection to nature, and open planning, the Vessel House continues many of the Usonian principles Wright advocated for. Overview Oconomowoc, WI Completion Date August 2015 Services Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture
Windows Dressed Up
This living room decor includes beautiful window treatment ideas of two different types of window coverings. The brown natural roman shades are joined by a vertical blind of the same material, both topped by the same valance. Rust wall colors, medium hardwood floors, light beige patterned area rug and sofa tie the living room decor together. Windows Dressed Up in Denver is also is your store for custom curtains, drapes, valances, custom roman shades, valances and cornices. We also make custom bedding - comforters, duvet covers, throw pillows, bolsters and upholstered headboards. Custom curtain rods & drapery hardware too. Home decorators dream store! Hunter Douglas, Graber and Lafayette Interior Fashions. Graber custom brown roman shade photo.
Sav Wood Miele Glazed Porcelain @ Arizona Tile made in Italy using digital print technology. It gives the appearance of wood tile, but requires minimal maintenance. It is available in 2 sizes.
Ipséité Design Studio
Reforma integral de una vivienda en los Pirineos Catalanes. En este proyecto hemos trabajado teniendo muy en cuenta el espacio exterior dentro de la vivienda. Hemos jugado con los materiales y las texturas, intentando resaltar la piedra en el interior. Con el color rojo y el mobiliario hemos dado un carácter muy especial al espacio. Todo el proyecto se ha realizado en colaboración con Carlos Gerhard Pi-Sunyer, arquitecto del proyecto.
Suspended on a narrow limestone ridge halfway down a cliff overlooking Lake Austin, this home was designed to enhance the drama of living in such an unusual natural setting. We opened up both the water side and the cliff-face side with large windows, and provided decks for outdoor living at multiple levels. This was a major renovation of a deteriorating 1970’s-era house. The original entry was via a dangerous exterior ramp that ran from street level down to a front door 25’ below. The entry is now via a light-filled pavilion that overlooks the lake and opens onto a large rooftop herb garden. A sequence of stairs, supplemented by an elevator, descends through the three levels of the house, revealing views of both the lake and the limestone cliff as you work your way down. Materials incorporated into the house include flooring that the owners salvaged, furniture made from a collection of industrial parts they collected, and stone from a quarry they frequented during vacations. The house expresses the unique and charming character of its owners Architect: Specht Harpman Photography: Andrea Calo Press and Awards AIA Austin Homes Tour Modern Luxury Magazine
Scott Prokop Photography
Hawthorne Place condos in Stonebridge by North Ridge Developments in Saskatoon. Scott Prokop Photography
Franklin Arts - Custom Artwork
colleen lonergan studio
Regan Wood Photography
Wallpaper by Tres Tintas Barcelona. Exclusively available at NewWall.com | Warm and inviting, this collection is a fusion of classical and modern style that aims for beauty and sophistication in any setting, home or office. It communicates a feeling of welcome and wonder, with subtle elegance. Default sorting
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