882 American Home Design Photos
Rhodes Architecture + Light
- Completed: 1995 - Project Location: Mercer Island, WA - Project Size: 6,500 SF - Project Cost: $158/SF - Photographer: James Frederic Housel Island Residence is a new 6,500 square foot craftsman style residence, garage and guest room on the Northwest side of Mercer Island. Fine Craftsman detailing featuring maple and Douglas Fir finishes sets this residence apart. Construction was complete in November, 1995. Island Residence was featured in Seattle Homes and Lifestyles Magazine. Tim Rhodes was the project Architect for the Island Residence while working for the award winning architectural firm of Carlson\Ferrin Architects.
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
A recently completed country French estate in Dallas, Texas. This home features expansive gardens, stone walls, antique limestone paving, a raised pool, a putting green, fire pit and lush gardens with relaxing shade and blooming shrubs.
Habitat Post & Beam, Inc.
A house located at a southern Vermont ski area, this home is based on our Lodge model. Custom designed, pre-cut and shipped to the site by Habitat Post & Beam, the home was assembled and finished by a local builder. Photos by Michael Penney, architectural photographer. IMPORTANT NOTE: We are not involved in the finish or decoration of these homes, so it is unlikely that we can answer any questions about elements that were not part of our kit package (interior finish materials), i.e., specific elements of the spaces such as flooring, appliances, colors, lighting, furniture, landscaping, etc.
Randall Perry Photography Crane board "Slate" with "Aspen White" Trim Blue Indigo and black bear stone Pella Windows Shingles - Timberline GAF Shingles "Driftwood" Deck - Trex Trancend "Spiced Rum" Garage doors - Overhead Door - Carriage House Collection "Honduran Mahogany Stain"
Julie Angelos, Realtor at Berkshire Hathaway
Ann Stillman O'Leary
Alpenglow Building & Design Inc.
Warm and inviting front entry.
Period Architecture Ltd.
Photo by Angle Eye Photography.
J.T. Turner Construction
Photographer: Dennis Burnett
Mark Sinsky Architect, PA