Entryway Bench Designs & Ideas
Rear foyer entry Stacy Zarin Goldberg photography
Irvine Robinson Interiors
Balzer & Tuck Architecture
An open floor plan between the Kitchen, Dining, and Living areas is thoughtfully divided by sliding barn doors, providing both visual and acoustic separation. The rear screened porch and grilling area located off the Kitchen become the focal point for outdoor entertaining and relaxing. Custom cabinetry and millwork throughout are a testament to the talents of the builder, with the project proving how design-build relationships between builder and architect can thrive given similar design mindsets and passions for the craft of homebuilding.
2011 EcoHome Design Award Winner Key to the successful design were the homeowner priorities of family health, energy performance, and optimizing the walk-to-town construction site. To maintain health and air quality, the home features a fresh air ventilation system with energy recovery, a whole house HEPA filtration system, radiant & radiator heating distribution, and low/no VOC materials. The home’s energy performance focuses on passive heating/cooling techniques, natural daylighting, an improved building envelope, and efficient mechanical systems, collectively achieving overall energy performance of 50% better than code. To address the site opportunities, the home utilizes a footprint that maximizes southern exposure in the rear while still capturing the park view in the front. ZeroEnergy Design | Green Architecture & Mechanical Design www.ZeroEnergy.com Kauffman Tharp Design | Interior Design www.ktharpdesign.com Photos by Eric Roth
Tate + Burns Architects LLC
Photos by Robert Benson.
Foyer of new construction farmhouse in Chester County, PA features custom lighting design and fixtures from Winterhur Museum's Archives Collection. The chandelier was a custom designed and fabricated piece, one of a kind. The bench and rug are antiques.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Rob Karosis Photography www.robkarosis.com
Modern Staging | Spaces
Developer & Listing Realtor: Anastasia Florin Photographer: Rob Howloka
Rob Bramhall Architects
Magnolia Gray Interiors
Our client had a collection of beautiful artwork that she wanted use in her new home. This project included renovation of new home, space planning of existing and new furniture and minimal time frame to make it all happen. Our main focus was the display of artwork. We used French canvas on the walls and neutral pallet to enhance the collection.
Our Antique Beam Sawn flooring in random widths from 2.5"-6.5". The flooring was stained with 1 part Bona "medium brown" and one part Bona "natural". Then three clear coats of "Bona naturale" to finish. This gorgeous house overlooks Lake Michigan.
On Site Management, Inc.
Architect: Miller Architects, P.C. Photographer: David Marlow