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This 6,500-square-foot one-story vacation home overlooks a golf course with the San Jacinto mountain range beyond. The house has a light-colored material palette—limestone floors, bleached teak ceilings—and ample access to outdoor living areas.
Builder: Bradshaw Construction
Architect: Marmol Radziner
Interior Design: Sophie Harvey
Landscape: Madderlake Designs
Photography: Roger Davies
Lovely transitional style custom home in Scottsdale, Arizona. The high ceilings, skylights, white cabinetry, and medium wood tones create a light and airy feeling throughout the home. The aesthetic gives a nod to contemporary design and has a sophisticated feel but is also very inviting and warm. In part this was achieved by the incorporation of varied colors, styles, and finishes on the fixtures, tiles, and accessories. The look was further enhanced by the juxtapositional use of black and white to create visual interest and make it fun. Thoughtfully designed and built for real living and indoor/ outdoor entertainment.
A breakfast bar sits between the kitchen and adjacent dining room, making casual dining or a quick breakfast bite a breeze.
Michael Hunter Photography
Da mero locale di servizio, ad ambiente open space multiuso.
La cucina diventa sempre di più il fulcro distributivo e di relazione della residenza contemporanea.
Warm, sleek and functional joinery creating modern functional living.
Image: Nicole England
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Set within the Carlton Square Conservation Area in East London, this two-storey end of terrace period property suffered from a lack of natural light, low ceiling heights and a disconnection to the garden at the rear.
The clients preference for an industrial aesthetic along with an assortment of antique fixtures and fittings acquired over many years were an integral factor whilst forming the brief. Steel windows and polished concrete feature heavily, allowing the enlarged living area to be visually connected to the garden with internal floor finishes continuing externally. Floor to ceiling glazing combined with large skylights help define areas for cooking, eating and reading whilst maintaining a flexible open plan space.
This simple yet detailed project located within a prominent Conservation Area required a considered design approach, with a reduced palette of materials carefully selected in response to the existing building and it’s context.
Photographer: Simon Maxwell
The consistent use of concrete, honed basalt and hand-hewn timbers delivers a signature RMA palette where the honesty and character of the materials is evident.
Photography Earl Carter
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Grey stained cabinetry compliments the white perimeter cabinetry and carerra countertops. Cement backsplash in "Nantes" pattern by Original Mission Tile in soft grey and white add flair to the muted palette. Kitchen design and custom cabinetry by Sarah Robertson of Studio Dearborn. Refrigerator by LIebherr. Cooktop by Wolf. Bosch dishwasher. Farmhouse sink by Blanco. Cabinetry pulls by Jeffrey Alexander Belcastle collection. Watermelon from Whole Foods. Photo credit: c 2014 Sarah Robertson