111 Contemporary Home Design Photos
Rhodes Architecture + Light
- Completed: 1999-2000 - Project Location: Kirkland, WA - Project Size: 4,300 SF - Project Cost: $175/SF - Photographer: James Frederic Housel Designed and built as a speculative house, the Spring Hill Residence includes 4,300 square feet of living area and a detached garage and upper level unit located in the west of market area of Kirkland. Spring Hill Residence was selected as the September 2000 Seattle Times/AIA Home of the Month and was featured in the February 25, 2000 Pacific Northwest Magazine. Awarded Best Custom Residence by the Master Builders Association, 2001.
Built by Pearson Landscape | photography by Paul Finkel
Frankel Building Group
Connie Anderson Photography
Castanes Architects PS
The translucent garage door lights up the driveway at night. On the street elevation, the proportions of the house is scaled down to bring it to a pedestrian level, while also creating a sense of privacy. Photo: Aaron Leitz
McGuire Furniture Company
Introducing the new outdoor collection by Barbara Barry: streamlined, contemporary and exceedingly comfortable. The 15 pieces of the Barbara Barry Outdoor Collection were designed with casual living in mind. Every design detail was considered, the handcraftsmanship of woven resin and powder-coated aluminum painstakingly executed. Each piece has a structural harmony; each form relates to the way it is constructed and is pared down to its most elemental form ensuring that the collection as a whole is understated and calm. And incredibly comfortable.
Proto Homes, LLC
Proto Homes, LLC
WA Design Architects
Photo credit: WA design
Lakes Doors Architectural
Timber sliding gate made from solid cedar using 'random' width board effect to match in with garage door and cladding on house. This gate was automated using a Nice Robus 600 sliding gate motor.
Richard Cole Architecture
Photographer: Christopher Frederick Jones
Studio H Landscape Architecture
Photography by Studio H Landscape Architecture & COCO Gallery. Post processing by Isabella Li.
Cultivart Landscape Design
Photo - Urban Angles
While Designing and Employed with The Wiseman Group (www.wisemangroup.com) Architecture by Jim Schmidt
Virginia Hand Design
A welcoming gate and entry path lead visitors to the front door. Gate and fence by Cedarcraft Construction, Llc. Garden installation by Bridgman Landscape & Stone.
Bold and strong this home features three levels of modern excellence standing as an icons of a busy Newport Street challenging the surrounding federation streetscape. Making the most of its internal environment this home provides a sanctuary amid its busy city exterior. Photography by Peter Marshall