FORMA Design
FORMA Design
FORMA Design
This bedroom is simply furnished with a queen-size bed, a built-in desk and AV equipment on axis with the bed. Artwork by www.AndreasCharalambous.com.
Pfuner Design, Oceanfront Penthouse
Pfuner Design, Oceanfront Penthouse
Pfuner Design - Miami Interior Designers
Luxurious high-rise living in Miami Interior Design: Renata Pfuner
Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
Full height anodized aluminum windows “bring the outside in” to this master bedroom. Designed by Architect Philetus Holt III, HMR Architects and built by Lasley Construction.
Pemberton Addition/Renovation
Pemberton Addition/Renovation
Tim Cuppett Architects
Screened porch is 14'x20'. photos by Ryann Ford
Tice Residences
Tice Residences
DesignARC
The Tice Residences replace a run-down and aging duplex with two separate, modern, Santa Barbara homes. Although the unique creek-side site (which the client’s original home looked toward across a small ravine) proposed significant challenges, the clients were certain they wanted to live on the lush “Riviera” hillside. The challenges presented were ultimately overcome through a thorough and careful study of site conditions. With an extremely efficient use of space and strategic placement of windows and decks, privacy is maintained while affording expansive views from each home to the creek, downtown Santa Barbara and Pacific Ocean beyond. Both homes appear to have far more openness than their compact lots afford. The solution strikes a balance between enclosure and openness. Walls and landscape elements divide and protect two private domains, and are in turn, carefully penetrated to reveal views. Both homes are variations on one consistent theme: elegant composition of contemporary, “warm” materials; strong roof planes punctuated by vertical masses; and floating decks. The project forms an intimate connection with its setting by using site-excavated stone, terracing landscape planters with native plantings, and utilizing the shade provided by its ancient Riviera Oak trees. 2012 AIA Santa Barbara Chapter Merit Award Jim Bartsch Photography
Living Spaces
Living Spaces
Lucy and Company
design by beth keim, owner lucy and company, photo by beth keim
Master bedroom
Master bedroom
Chloe Warner
Master bedroom photos by Matthew Millman
New Canaan Residence
New Canaan Residence
Specht Architects
This residence, nestled into a clearing in a lush forested landscape, was designed to immerse its occupants in the full range of environments that the site offers. A winding drive brings visitors through the forest to arrive at an open hilltop court that is defined by the low, embracing form of the house. The house is built on a steep grade, with the entry on the second level, so as you move inside, the feeling of grounded horizontality becomes one of floating in the treetops. The tree canopy enfolds the interior space and creates a visual perimeter that changes with the seasons. A staircase tucked behind the free-standing fireplace leads down to the lower level of the house, which is carved into the earth and gives onto the forest floor. The cozy nature of the lower level provides an experiential contrast to the expansive and light-filled level above. Architect: Specht Harpman Interior Design: Carrier & Co. Photographer: Elizabeth Felicella Press and Awards AIA Design Award Residential Architect (RA) Award Architectural Digest New Canaan Modern Homes Tour
Montecito Mid-Century Living Room
Montecito Mid-Century Living Room
Allen Construction
Architect: Brett Ettinger Photo Credit: Jim Bartsch Photography Award Winner: Master Design Award
Keowee Vineyards Residence Living Room
Keowee Vineyards Residence Living Room
LS3P Living
Custom home Studio of LS3P ASSOCIATES LTD. | Fred Martin Photography
Hill Country Residence
Hill Country Residence
Cornerstone Architects
Nestled into sloping topography, the design of this home allows privacy from the street while providing unique vistas throughout the house and to the surrounding hill country and downtown skyline. Layering rooms with each other as well as circulation galleries, insures seclusion while allowing stunning downtown views. The owners' goals of creating a home with a contemporary flow and finish while providing a warm setting for daily life was accomplished through mixing warm natural finishes such as stained wood with gray tones in concrete and local limestone. The home's program also hinged around using both passive and active green features. Sustainable elements include geothermal heating/cooling, rainwater harvesting, spray foam insulation, high efficiency glazing, recessing lower spaces into the hillside on the west side, and roof/overhang design to provide passive solar coverage of walls and windows. The resulting design is a sustainably balanced, visually pleasing home which reflects the lifestyle and needs of the clients. Photography by Andrew Pogue