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LEED-Certified Greenwich Modern
LEED-Certified Greenwich Modern
HOBBS INC
Architect: Amanda Martocchio Architecture & Design Photography: Michael Moran Project Year:2016 This LEED-certified project was a substantial rebuild of a 1960's home, preserving the original foundation to the extent possible, with a small amount of new area, a reconfigured floor plan, and newly envisioned massing. The design is simple and modern, with floor to ceiling glazing along the rear, connecting the interior living spaces to the landscape. The design process was informed by building science best practices, including solar orientation, triple glazing, rain-screen exterior cladding, and a thermal envelope that far exceeds code requirements.
Coeur D’Alene Residence on Lake Coeur D’Alene
Coeur D’Alene Residence on Lake Coeur D’Alene
Uptic Studios
The goal of the project was to create a modern log cabin on Coeur D’Alene Lake in North Idaho. Uptic Studios considered the combined occupancy of two families, providing separate spaces for privacy and common rooms that bring everyone together comfortably under one roof. The resulting 3,000-square-foot space nestles into the site overlooking the lake. A delicate balance of natural materials and custom amenities fill the interior spaces with stunning views of the lake from almost every angle. The whole project was featured in Jan/Feb issue of Design Bureau Magazine. See the story here: http://www.wearedesignbureau.com/projects/cliff-family-robinson/
Linear and Modern Fireplace Designs
Linear and Modern Fireplace Designs
Great American Fireplace
Great American Fireplace installed this Dimplex Ignite 74" electric linear fireplace. Linda Machmeier with Signature Homes of the Chippewa Valley designed and built this beautiful home
Treeside Residence
Treeside Residence
Reynaers Aluminium - North America
Architect - Faulkner Architects | Photographer - Joe Fletcher
Hallmark Floors Reclaimed Look | ORGANIC 567 OOLONG Hickory Engineered Hardwood
Hallmark Floors Reclaimed Look | ORGANIC 567 OOLONG Hickory Engineered Hardwood
LAACK FLOORING INNOVATIONS INC
Hallmark Floors Real Reclaimed Look, ORGANIC 567 OOLONG Engineered Hardwood installation and remodeled living room. http://hallmarkfloors.com/hallmark-hardwoods/organic-567-engineered-collection/ Organic 567 Engineered Collection for floors, walls, and ceilings. A blending of natural, vintage materials into contemporary living environments, that complements the latest design trends. The Organic 567 Collection skillfully combines today’s fashions and colors with the naturally weathered visuals of reclaimed wood. Like our Organic Solid Collection, Organic 567 fuses modern production techniques with those of antiquity. Hallmark replicates authentic, real reclaimed visuals in Engineered Wood Floors with random widths and lengths. This unique reclaimed look took three years for our design team to develop and it has exceeded expectations! You will not find this look anywhere else. Exclusive to Hallmark Floors, the Organic Collections are paving the way with innovation and fashion. Coated with our NuOil® finish to provide 21st century durability and simplicity of maintenance. The NuOil® finish adds one more layer to its contemporary style and provides a natural look that you will not find in any other flooring collection today. The Organic 567 Collection is the perfect choice for floors, walls and ceilings. This one of a kind style is exclusively available through Hallmark Floors.
Lucius 140 Tunnel
Lucius 140 Tunnel
European Home
The Lucius 140 Tunnel by Element4 is a perfectly proportioned linear see-through fireplace. With this design you can bring warmth and elegance to two spaces -- with just one fireplace.
Vacation Home
Vacation Home
Glenat Duxbury Interior Design
Large living space with expansive ocean views. Leather sectional sofa by Adriana Hoyos. Swivel chairs by Roche Bobois. Chevron pattern hair on hide rug.
Lexington Modern Home
Lexington Modern Home
ZeroEnergy Design
ZeroEnergy Design (ZED) created this modern home for a progressive family in the desirable community of Lexington. Thoughtful Land Connection. The residence is carefully sited on the infill lot so as to create privacy from the road and neighbors, while cultivating a side yard that captures the southern sun. The terraced grade rises to meet the house, allowing for it to maintain a structured connection with the ground while also sitting above the high water table. The elevated outdoor living space maintains a strong connection with the indoor living space, while the stepped edge ties it back to the true ground plane. Siting and outdoor connections were completed by ZED in collaboration with landscape designer Soren Deniord Design Studio. Exterior Finishes and Solar. The exterior finish materials include a palette of shiplapped wood siding, through-colored fiber cement panels and stucco. A rooftop parapet hides the solar panels above, while a gutter and site drainage system directs rainwater into an irrigation cistern and dry wells that recharge the groundwater. Cooking, Dining, Living. Inside, the kitchen, fabricated by Henrybuilt, is located between the indoor and outdoor dining areas. The expansive south-facing sliding door opens to seamlessly connect the spaces, using a retractable awning to provide shade during the summer while still admitting the warming winter sun. The indoor living space continues from the dining areas across to the sunken living area, with a view that returns again to the outside through the corner wall of glass. Accessible Guest Suite. The design of the first level guest suite provides for both aging in place and guests who regularly visit for extended stays. The patio off the north side of the house affords guests their own private outdoor space, and privacy from the neighbor. Similarly, the second level master suite opens to an outdoor private roof deck. Light and Access. The wide open interior stair with a glass panel rail leads from the top level down to the well insulated basement. The design of the basement, used as an away/play space, addresses the need for both natural light and easy access. In addition to the open stairwell, light is admitted to the north side of the area with a high performance, Passive House (PHI) certified skylight, covering a six by sixteen foot area. On the south side, a unique roof hatch set flush with the deck opens to reveal a glass door at the base of the stairwell which provides additional light and access from the deck above down to the play space. Energy. Energy consumption is reduced by the high performance building envelope, high efficiency mechanical systems, and then offset with renewable energy. All windows and doors are made of high performance triple paned glass with thermally broken aluminum frames. The exterior wall assembly employs dense pack cellulose in the stud cavity, a continuous air barrier, and four inches exterior rigid foam insulation. The 10kW rooftop solar electric system provides clean energy production. The final air leakage testing yielded 0.6 ACH 50 - an extremely air tight house, a testament to the well-designed details, progress testing and quality construction. When compared to a new house built to code requirements, this home consumes only 19% of the energy. Architecture & Energy Consulting: ZeroEnergy Design Landscape Design: Soren Deniord Design Paintings: Bernd Haussmann Studio Photos: Eric Roth Photography
Living Room Flooring
Living Room Flooring
Sarana Tile
Marmocrea - Venato Gold 60x60 Also available 30x60
ドイツのコンドミニアム Feng Shui Room
ドイツのコンドミニアム Feng Shui Room
Yuki Shimada International Design
ソファーの後ろの絵画やアートは2枚とも違った意味合いを持っています。特にの女性の数人談笑している絵は、人の集まる場所にふさわしく、リビングルームには、このように パーテイーの絵や楽しく集うシーンが、より人と活気をもたらします。