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Staircase with built in joinery under treads with cable wire handrail. Built in joinery storage with matching oak timber shelves to floorboards. Image by: Jack Lovel Photography
Mansfield + O'Neil
John Lum Architecture Paul Dyer Photography
Catherine Nguyen Photography
hide bench, mirror, and candlesticks by vanCollier Catherine Nguyen Photography
This home combines function, efficiency and style. The homeowners had a limited budget, so maximizing function while minimizing square footage was critical. We used a fully insulated slab on grade foundation of a conventionally framed air-tight building envelope that gives the house a good baseline for energy efficiency. High efficiency lighting, appliance and HVAC system, including a heat exchanger for fresh air, round out the energy saving measures. Rainwater was collected and retained on site. Working within an older traditional neighborhood has several advantages including close proximity to community amenities and a mature landscape. Our challenge was to create a design that sits well with the early 20th century homes in the area. The resulting solution has a fresh attitude that interprets and reflects the neighborhood’s character rather than mimicking it. Traditional forms and elements merged with a more modern approach. Photography by Todd Crawford
Davey McEathron Architecture
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
The ceiling heights in this 1971 home are very dramatic for such a small home. We have updated all the furnishings through the spaces.
Design + Diplomacy
Kitchen and joinery finishes by Design + Diplomacy. Property styling by Design + Diplomacy. Cabinetry by Mark Gauci of Complete Interior Design. Architecture by DX Architects. Photography by Dylan Lark of Aspect11.
Propel Studio Architecture
Design - Propel Studio Architecture - https://www.propelstudio.com/eliot-sustainable-adu Structural - Michael Daubenberger - https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-daubenberger-5b1a5421/ Construction - JLTB Construction - http://www.jltbconstruction.com/ Photography - Josh Partee - http://www.joshpartee.com
Massive glass pocket doors full open up for indoor-outdoor living typical of Venice Beach. Photo: Jim Bartsch
Nick Lee Architecture
Michelle Wilson Photography
Mcmahon and Nerlich
Living room makes the most of the light and space and colours relate to charred black timber cladding
SHED Architecture & Design
Fatto a Mano
Stylish small sitting area featuring pair of petite 1930s Italian armchairs in green velvet.
Living area separated by staircase to the kitchen and dining beyond. Staircase with cable wire handrail with joinery and built in storage under stair treads. Hidden door to bathroom under stair. Image by: Jack Lovel Photography
This home in the Mad River Valley measures just a tad over 1,000 SF and was inspired by the book The Not So Big House by Sarah Suskana. Some notable features are the dyed and polished concrete floors, bunk room that sleeps six, and an open floor plan with vaulted ceilings in the living space.