MN Luxury Home Tour
MN Luxury Home Tour
yardscapes Inc.yardscapes Inc.
This 2014 Luxury Home was part of Midwest Home's Tour. David Kopfmann of Yardscapes, was able to lend to the architecture of the home and create some very detailed touches with different styles of stone and plant material. This image is of the backyard, where David used limestone stepper and concrete paver for the patio. He used plant material to create texture and color. Boulder walls were also used to lend some interest and retaining along the walkway and planting beds.
Stone and Stucco French Provincial with Arch Top White Oak Front Door
Stone and Stucco French Provincial with Arch Top White Oak Front Door
Orren Pickell Building GroupOrren Pickell Building Group
Linda Oyama Bryan, photograper Stone and Stucco French Provincial with arch top white oak front door and limestone front entry. Asphalt and brick paver driveway and bluestone front walkway.
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Mackey Ranch
Mackey Ranch
LaRue ArchitectsLaRue Architects
Entirely off the grid, this sleek contemporary is an icon for energy efficiency. Sporting an extensive photovoltaic system, rainwater collection system, and passive heating and cooling, this home will stand apart from its neighbors for many years to come. Published: Austin-San Antonio Urban Home, April/May 2014 Photo Credit: Coles Hairston
Lake Front Country Estate
Lake Front Country Estate
Markalunas Architecture GroupMarkalunas Architecture Group
Lake Front Country Estate Entry Porch, designed by Tom Markalunas, built by Resort Custom Homes. Photography by Rachael Boling
Fisk Lake
Fisk Lake
Sears ArchitectsSears Architects
Photographer: Ashley Avila For building specifications, please see description on main project page. For interior images and specifications, please visit: http://www.houzz.com/projects/332182/lake-house.
Home on Pemaquid Pond
Home on Pemaquid Pond
BRIBURN – Architecture for LifeBRIBURN – Architecture for Life
The vegetated roof is planted with alpine seedums and helps with storm-water management. It not only absorbs rainfall to reduce runoff but it also respires, so heat gain in the summer is zero. Photo by Trent Bell
Bellevue Water Feature Design
Bellevue Water Feature Design
Environmental Construction, Inc.Environmental Construction, Inc.
Elegant water feature surrounded by ornamental trees and grasses welcome visitors to the Bellevue home. Designed by Environmental Construction, Kirkland, WA

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