Clerestory Window Designs & Ideas
RAC Advanced Control
Martis Camp Home: Entry Way and Front Door House built with Savant control system, Lutron Homeworks lighting and shading system. Ruckus Wireless access points. Surgex power protection. In-wall iPads control points. Remote cameras. Climate control: temperature and humidity.
DeLeers Construction, Inc.
This 3200 square foot home features a maintenance free exterior of LP Smartside, corrugated aluminum roofing, and native prairie landscaping. The design of the structure is intended to mimic the architectural lines of classic farm buildings. The outdoor living areas are as important to this home as the interior spaces; covered and exposed porches, field stone patios and an enclosed screen porch all offer expansive views of the surrounding meadow and tree line. The home’s interior combines rustic timbers and soaring spaces which would have traditionally been reserved for the barn and outbuildings, with classic finishes customarily found in the family homestead. Walls of windows and cathedral ceilings invite the outdoors in. Locally sourced reclaimed posts and beams, wide plank white oak flooring and a Door County fieldstone fireplace juxtapose with classic white cabinetry and millwork, tongue and groove wainscoting and a color palate of softened paint hues, tiles and fabrics to create a completely unique Door County homestead. Mitch Wise Design, Inc. Richard Steinberger Photography
Ziger/Snead Architects with Jenkins Baer Associates Photography by Alain Jaramillo
Caldwell & Johnson Custom Builders & Remodelers
Photo Credit: Nat Rea
Remodel by Ostmo Construction Interior Design by Lord Design Photos by Blackstone Edge Studios
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Living room. Photography by Lucas Henning.
Ward-Young Architecture & Planning - Truckee, CA
photo by Mariko Reed
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
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
Diane Bishop Interiors
Jay Greene Photography.
Oak Hill Building & Remodeling
Photos by Nick Vitale