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Boston Design Guide
Pisani + Associates Architects; Merz Construction; Richard Mandelkorn Photography
Nick Bowers Photography
C|C INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE
Conversation room. Interior Design and decoration services. Furniture, accessories and art selection for a residence in Park City UT. Architecture by Michael Upwall.
When yearning for a wee bit of sunshine, this couple ventures over from the East Coast to soak it all up in their La Jolla condo. Trying this city on for size, this project was an experiment in going a bit outside the client's comfort zone, as they wanted something more modern in style than what they are accustomed to while keeping with the neutral and timeless colors they are so fond of.
Interior of the 1000 square foot casita. Customer fireplace with hanging mantel, natural leuder stone flooring, custom built-ins, rough poplar wall treatment, and aged-cedar ceiling with linseed oil.
Judi Randall Design
Provided completed rom furnishings for the Carlsbad, CA beach home. Motorized window shades provide sun protection and privacy without losing the Ocean View.
Eco Outdoor USA
Located in a tight urban pocket, the constraints of this 2150 square foot triangular-shaped site would have deterred many. However, the property owners and architects of Molecule Studio saw the compact site and its restrictions as an opportunity to create a contemporary family home that strongly referenced its environment. Architecture: Molecule Studio Photography: Derek Swalwell
Modern rustic living room at a former miner's cottage design storey architects
My Modern Home
Modern Interior (Open to Terrace) - Like what you see? Visit www.mymodernhome.com for more detail, or to see yourself in one of our architect-designed home plans.
Custom Grey Sofa with shagreen coffee table. Blue draperies. Stainless steel kitchen cabinets. Fuse Lighting pendant fixture
New Energy Works Timberframers
Phil and Rocio, little did you know how perfect your timing was when you came to us and asked for a “small but perfect home”. Fertile ground indeed as we thought about working on something like a precious gem, or what we’re calling a NEW Jewel. So many of our clients now are building smaller homes because they simply don’t need a bigger one. Seems smart for many reasons: less vacuuming, less heating and cooling, less taxes. And for many, less strain on the finances as we get to the point where retirement shines bright and hopeful. For the jewel of a home we wanted to start with 1,000 square feet. Enough room for a pleasant common area, a couple of away rooms for bed and work, a couple of bathrooms and yes to a mudroom and pantry. (For Phil and Rocio’s, we ended up with 1,140 square feet.) The Jewel would not compromise on design intent, envelope or craft intensity. This is the big benefit of the smaller footprint, of course. By using a pure and simple form for the house volume, a true jewel would have enough money in the budget for the highest quality materials, net-zero levels of insulation, triple pane windows, and a high-efficiency heat pump. Additionally, the doors would be handcrafted, the cabinets solid wood, the finishes exquisite, and craftsmanship shudderingly excellent. Our many thanks to Phil and Rocio for including us in their dream home project. It is truly a Jewel! From the homeowners (read their full note here): “It is quite difficult to express the deep sense of gratitude we feel towards everyone that contributed to the Jewel…many of which I don’t have the ability to send this to, or even be able to name. The artistic, creative flair combined with real-life practicality is a major component of our place we will love for many years to come. Please pass on our thanks to everyone that was involved. We look forward to visits from any and all as time goes by." –Phil and Rocio Read more about the first steps for this Jewel on our blog. Reclaimed Wood, Kitchen Cabinetry, Bedroom Door: Pioneer Millworks Entry door: NEWwoodworks Professional Photos: Loren Nelson Photography
Kerr Michaels Design and Construction Management
Photo ©2009 Attila Pohlmann
Garage Doors Unlimited
The wall-mounted garage door opener is convenient and sleek in additional to being durable. This opener saves space and reduces the visibility of this motor. Opening your living room to the outdoor portion of this apartment unit is a beautiful and unique application. Sarah F.