Bringing Light to a Penthouse
Bringing Light to a Penthouse
Wiedemann Architects LLC
To create a more open plan, our solution was to replace the current enclosed stair with an open, glass stair and to create a proper dining space where the third bedroom used to be. This allows the light from the large living room windows to cascade down the length of the apartment brightening the front entry. The Venetian plaster wall anchors the new stair case and LED lights illuminate each glass tread. Photography: Anice Hoachlander, Hopachlander Davis Photography
Wood and Glass House
Wood and Glass House
Keuka Studios, Inc
Cable Railing posts embedded into Brazilian Walnut (IPE) decking.
O'Conner Waterfront, Camano Island WA
O'Conner Waterfront, Camano Island WA
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Stair to lower level with storage cabinets below. Photography by Ian Gleadle.
Beach House 2
Beach House 2
Porebski Architects
Porebski Architects, Beach House 2. The client brief asked for a private sanctuary to escape their city home. Aside from capturing the beach and ocean views, the house needed to afford protection against the coastal environment including the daily onshore winds, sand and salt spray and at the same time be low-key and low maintenance; the sort of place you can walk bare-foot throughout the entire year. It achieves this via an open plan, with free-flowing spaces from inside to out, allowing summer and winter solar access within a protective barrier to the on-shore winds. Photo: Conor Quinn
Deephaven Contemporary
Deephaven Contemporary
John Kraemer & Sons
Photos of a recent contemporary John Kraemer & Sons home in Deephaven, MN. Architecture By: Charles R. Stinson Architects Interior Design By: CRS Interiors Photography By: Jon Huelskamp of Landmark Photography
Topar
Topar
SDG Architecture, Inc.
Photographer: Dean J. Birinyi