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Upper Stair Hall
Upper Stair Hall
Arch Studio, Inc.
2019--Brand new construction of a 2,500 square foot house with 4 bedrooms and 3-1/2 baths located in Menlo Park, Ca. This home was designed by Arch Studio, Inc., David Eichler Photography
A Farmhouse In The Middle of Florida
A Farmhouse In The Middle of Florida
Buffalo Lumber Company Inc.
Buffalo Lumber specializes in Custom Milled, Factory Finished Wood Siding and Paneling. We ONLY do real wood.
Staircase
Staircase
Arch Studio, Inc.
Architecture & Interior Design By Arch Studio, Inc. Photography by Eric Rorer
Box newels &  Wought iron
Box newels & Wought iron
Portland Stair Company
Post to post handrail system. 2091 box newels with oil rubbed wrought iron balusters and adjustable knuckles. The iron is from the Versatile series House of Forgings Portland Stair Company
Sudbury
Sudbury
Pinney Designs
Complete Custom Basement / Lower Level Renovation. Photography by: Ben Gebo For Before and After Photos please see our Facebook Account. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pinney-Designs/156913921096192
Houston Riverview Way
Houston Riverview Way
Tom Hurt Architecture
The stairs are as much a part of modern architecture as anything. They are thoughtfully designed to create a memorable experience, a contemporary version of something as old as time.
The Derelict
The Derelict
Prominent Homes Ltd
Ted Knude Photography © 2012
Airport House - Denver Contemporary Residence
Airport House - Denver Contemporary Residence
Architectural Workshop
Sited on a runway with sweeping views of the Colorado Rockies, the residence with attached hangar is designed to reflect the convergence of earth and sky. Stone, masonry and wood living spaces rise to a glass and aluminum hanger structure that is linked by a linear monolithic wall. The spatial orientations of the primary spaces mirror the aeronautical layout of the runway infrastructure. The owners are passionate pilots and wanted their home to reflect the high-tech nature of their plane as well as their love for contemporary and sustainable design, utilizing natural materials in an open and warm environment. Defining the orientation of the house, the striking monolithic masonry wall with the steel framework and all-glass atrium bisect the hangar and the living quarters and allow natural light to flood the open living spaces. Sited around an open courtyard with a reflecting pool and outdoor kitchen, the master suite and main living spaces form two ‘wood box’ wings. Mature landscaping and natural materials including masonry block, wood panels, bamboo floor and ceilings, travertine tile, stained wood doors, windows and trim ground the home into its environment, while two-sided fireplaces, large glass doors and windows open the house to the spectacular western views. Designed with high-tech and sustainable features, this home received a LEED silver certification. LaCasse Photography