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Kim Grant Design Inc
Kim Grant, Architect; Gail Owens, Photographer
Swatt | Miers Architects
Studio Cropp Architecture
Interiors: In collaboration with 2Yoke Design photography: A Beautiful Dominion
Cummings Architecture + Interiors
The Johnson-Thompson house is the oldest house in Winchester, MA, dating back to the early 1700s. The addition and renovation expanded the structure and added three full bathrooms including a spacious two-story master bathroom, as well as an additional bedroom for the daughter. The kitchen was moved and expanded into a large open concept kitchen and family room, creating additional mud-room and laundry space. But with all the new improvements, the original historic fabric and details remain. The moldings are copied from original pieces, salvaged bricks make up the kitchen backsplash. Wood from the barn was reclaimed to make sliding barn doors. The wood fireplace mantels were carefully restored and original beams are exposed throughout the house. It's a wonderful example of modern living and historic preservation. Eric Roth
Bob Chatham Custom Home Design
The water side of the cottage has a large elevated porch for incredible views of Dog River. Large windows line the back of the home and provide natural light for the interior and views from many rooms. Designed by Bob Chatham and built by Rick Twilley.
SK Form & Finish
A stamped concrete driveway is the perfect 'welcome home' for any homeowner. A stamped driveway is long lasting and particularly versatile. With a unique and stylish pattern, this driveway perfectly compliments the exterior of the home.
Siding & Windows Group Ltd
Wilmette, IL Exterior Remodel by Siding & Windows Group. We replaced Windows with Marvin Ultimate Clad Windows in Exterior Color Stone White, installed James Hardie Siding HardiePlank Lap Siding ColorPlus Technology Color Sail Cloth and HardieTrim Smooth Boards in ColorPlus Technology Color Arctic White, along with HardieSoffit both Vented and Non-Vented. Also updated the Shutters.
Rear facade at night - garden
Villa Marina is a 400 foot water frontage residence which features stucco exterior, clay Spanish tile roofing, wrought iron decorative railings and front door grille, European style windows, decorative chimney tops. Art deco/ art nouveau inspired interiors, dramatic color scheme, artwork, vintage Murano glass light fixtures. Great room has cathedral ceiling with oversize arch top windows overlooking Long Island sound; modern kitchen with hand painted Italian dinner plates hung on the walls. Onyx slab master bathroom with free standing tub in front of Palladian window. The owners are world travelers with a love for Mediterranean architecture. Symmetrical Palladian Villa was an inspiration. The owners also love art deco and art nouveau style in decorating and art, so some elements of these styles were used in the interiors – railings, millwork, ornaments, colors etc.
Sater Design Collection, Inc.
The Sater Design Collection's luxury, Mediterranean home plan "Prestonwood" (Plan #6922). http://saterdesign.com/product/prestonwood/
Architecture Studio, Inc.
This estate home is situated in the premier fly-in community in the state of Florida if not the world. In addition to the home we also designed the airplane hangar that compliments the home and can house a small luxury jet. The two story home is 9,500 sq. ft. with an open floor plan and outdoor living, as well as a future (unfinished) home theater on the upper floor. The bottom floor has a large kitchen with a dining room that can accommodate an extended family, the living rooms focal point is the swimming pool and the pizza oven on the far side. All of this viewed via dual sliding and disappearing pocketing doors that make both the outdoors and indoor spaces blend into one. The home’s curb appeal is really enhanced by the lush landscaping that really makes this home stand out within the community.
Tweak Your Space
This four bedroom, three and a half bath, new construction home is located in a beach community in Florida.
Moore Architects, PC
Originally built in the 1940’s as an austere three-bedroom partial center-hall neo-colonial with attached garage, this house has assumed an entirely new identity. The transformation to an asymmetrical dormered cottage responded to the architectural character of the surrounding City of Falls Church neighborhood. The family had lived in this house for seven years, but recognized that the plan of the house, with its discreet box-like rooms, was at odds with their desired life-style. The circulation for the house included each room, without a distinct circulation system. The architect was asked to expand the living space on both floors, and create a house that unified family activities. A family room and breakfast room were added to the rear of the first floor, and the existing spaces reconfigured to create an openness and connection among the rooms. An existing garage was integrated into the house volume, becoming the kitchen, powder room and mudroom. Front and back porches were added, allowing an overlap of family life inside the house and outside in the yard. Rather than simply enlarge the rectangular footprint of the house, the architect sought to break down the massing with perpendicular gable roofs and dormers to alleviate the roof line. The Craftsman style provided texture to the fenestration. The broad roof overhangs provided sun screening and rain protection. The challenge of unifying the massing led to the development of the breakfast room. Conceived as a modern element, the one-story massing of the breakfast room with roof terrace above twists the volume 45% to the mass of the main house. Materials and detailing express the distinction. While the main house is clad in the original brick and new horizontal siding with trim and details appropriate to its cottage vocabulary, the breakfast room exterior is clad in vertical wide-board tongue-and-groove siding to minimize the texture. The steel hand railing on the roof terrace above accentuates the clean lines of this special element. Hoachlander Davis Photography
Portal Design Inc
Design by Portal Design Inc. Photo by Lincoln Barbour
Doug Thompson Photography
This once severely neglected Southern Colonial in Great Falls, VA was completed restored. Exterior includes new Marvin windows & doors, HardiePlank siding, Azek composite trim & moldings, Ipe porch flooring, custom Redwood herringbone-styled railing and a carriage-house garage door.
Cummings Architecture + Interiors
Over the years, we have created hundreds of dream homes for our clients. We make it our job to get inside the hearts and minds of our clients so we can fully understand their aesthetic preferences, project constraints, and – most importantly – lifestyles. Our portfolio includes a wide range of architectural styles including Neo-Colonial, Georgian, Federal, Greek Revival, and the ever-popular New England Cape (just to name a few). Our creativity and breadth of experience open up a world of design and layout possibilities to our clientele. From single-story living to grand scale homes, historical preservation to modern interpretations, the big design concepts to the smallest details, everything we do is driven by one desire: to create a home that is even more perfect that you thought possible.
Springs Construction Company
When certified this is San Bruno's first LEED Platinum home. Built green in a traditional style. Cute, comfortable and very low mainteance for the family. Photographer: Andrew McKinney
London Bay Homes
An award-winning, one-of-a-kind Custom Home built by London Bay Homes in Grey Oaks located in Naples, Florida. London’s Bay talented team of architects and designers have assisted their clients in creating homes perfectly suited to their personalities and lifestyles. They’ve incorporated styles and features from around the world and their experience extends to a design process that is well-structured, easy to navigate, timely and responsive to the client’s budget parameters. Image ©Advanced Photography Specialists