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Bob Chatham Custom Home Design
This open hallway on the second floor allows the space to flow from one area to another, Designed by Bob Chatham Custom Home Designs. Rustic Mediterranean inspired home built in Regatta Bay Golf and Yacht Club. Phillip Vlahos With Destin Custom Home Builders
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Ксения Бобрикова. Xenia Design Studio
архитектор-дизайнер Ксения Бобрикова, фото Евгений Кулибаба
Upland Development, Inc.
Nichole Staker Design Group
Jake Boyd Photo
фото Кирилл Овчинников
Smith & Robertson, Inc.
The upstairs hall has built-in glass front cabinets for quilts and lower drawers for linens. The hall has windows to lovely view out back.
Architect: Michael Waters, AIA, LDa Architecture & Interiors Photography By: Greg Premru “This project succeeds not only in creating beautiful architecture, but in making us better understand the nature of the site and context. It has a presence that feels completely rooted in its site and raised above any appeal to fashion. It clarifies local traditions while extending them.” This single-family residential estate in Upstate New York includes a farmhouse-inspired residence along with a timber-framed barn and attached greenhouse adjacent to an enclosed garden area and surrounded by an orchard. The ultimate goal was to create a home that would have an authentic presence in the surrounding agricultural landscape and strong visual and physical connections to the site. The design incorporated an existing colonial residence, resituated on the site and preserved along with contemporary additions on three sides. The resulting home strikes a perfect balance between traditional farmhouse architecture and sophisticated contemporary living. Inspiration came from the hilltop site and mountain views, the existing colonial residence, and the traditional forms of New England farm and barn architecture. The house and barn were designed to be a modern interpretation of classic forms. The living room and kitchen are combined in a large two-story space. Large windows on three sides of the room and at both first and second floor levels reveal a panoramic view of the surrounding farmland and flood the space with daylight. Marvin Windows helped create this unique space as well as the airy glass galleries that connect the three main areas of the home. Marvin Windows were also used in the barn. MARVIN PRODUCTS USED: Marvin Ultimate Casement Window Marvin Ultimate Double Hung Window Marvin Ultimate Venting Picture Window
"Creating a dramatic set of stairs without cumbersome framing" is what Franklin considers the greatest dilemma during the design process. Connecting three stories, he came up with a plan of opposing staircases that creates dynamic space rather than obscure it. Although massive in its footprint, the stair design retains the open-air feeling of the home without compromising strength. Without posts and framework to support them, the staircases seemingly float in the space. "The combination of steel stringers and rails, along with the hardwood steps," Franklin explains, "created enough strength for each set of stairs to, literally, be anchored by only four bolts." Adrienne DeRosa Photography
photography by Cynthia Walker Photography
MOSAIC [Design + Build]
MOSAIC Design + Build recently completed the construction of a custom designed new home. The completed project is a magnificent home that uses the entire site wisely and meets every need of the clients and their family. We believe in a high level of service and pay close attention to even the smallest of details. Consider MOSAIC Design + Build for your new home project.
Patrick Ahearn Architect
Long and Long Design
Lauren Ustad - Peppermint Photography
Pantry with gray cabinets and hardwood flooring. Photographer: Rob Karosis