Concrete Ceiling Designs & Ideas
Mantis Design + Build, LLC
To create a luxurious showering experience and as though you were being bathed by rain from the clouds high above, a large 16 inch rain shower was set up inside the skylight well. Photography by Paul Linnebach
AlterECO modern bamboo kitchen cabinetry in eclectic Oakland loft. Perspective view highlights island countertop with waterfall ends & integrated sink (Caesarstone Organic White). Remodel by Buddy Williams, Williams Architecture. Photo by Emily Hagopian Photography.
Gordon Wang Photography
Lumen Condominiums, master bedroom Gordon Wang © 2014
David Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture
Photo: Doug Hill
homes by design
CM Natural Designs
These young hip professional clients love to travel and wanted a home where they could showcase the items that they've collected abroad. Their fun and vibrant personalities are expressed in every inch of the space, which was personalized down to the smallest details. Just like they are up for adventure in life, they were up for for adventure in the design and the outcome was truly one-of-kind. Photos by Chipper Hatter
Nicholas Murray Architects
Dipen Gada and Associates
Photography: Tejas Shah
Laura Cope Fine Art Photography
Artwork from Laura Cope Macro Collection. All Rights Reserved. www.lauracope.com
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
Peter A. Sellar / www.photoklik.com
The bedroom area is open to the atrium, sharing the light and allowing for views out in all directions. The stone backdrop to the bed unites the finishes with the other stone accents throughout the apartment.
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Photography-Hedrich Blessing Glass House: The design objective was to build a house for my wife and three kids, looking forward in terms of how people live today. To experiment with transparency and reflectivity, removing borders and edges from outside to inside the house, and to really depict “flowing and endless space”. To construct a house that is smart and efficient in terms of construction and energy, both in terms of the building and the user. To tell a story of how the house is built in terms of the constructability, structure and enclosure, with the nod to Japanese wood construction in the method in which the concrete beams support the steel beams; and in terms of how the entire house is enveloped in glass as if it was poured over the bones to make it skin tight. To engineer the house to be a smart house that not only looks modern, but acts modern; every aspect of user control is simplified to a digital touch button, whether lights, shades/blinds, HVAC, communication/audio/video, or security. To develop a planning module based on a 16 foot square room size and a 8 foot wide connector called an interstitial space for hallways, bathrooms, stairs and mechanical, which keeps the rooms pure and uncluttered. The base of the interstitial spaces also become skylights for the basement gallery. This house is all about flexibility; the family room, was a nursery when the kids were infants, is a craft and media room now, and will be a family room when the time is right. Our rooms are all based on a 16’x16’ (4.8mx4.8m) module, so a bedroom, a kitchen, and a dining room are the same size and functions can easily change; only the furniture and the attitude needs to change. The house is 5,500 SF (550 SM)of livable space, plus garage and basement gallery for a total of 8200 SF (820 SM). The mathematical grid of the house in the x, y and z axis also extends into the layout of the trees and hardscapes, all centered on a suburban one-acre lot.
swivel doors in family rooms
Nest Design Studio