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The Spa Treatment in West Falmouth
The Spa Treatment in West Falmouth
Cataldo Custom Builders, Inc.Cataldo Custom Builders, Inc.
Dan Cutrona
Ejemplo de piscina contemporánea extra grande rectangular en patio trasero con entablado
San Francisco Remodel
San Francisco Remodel
Hart Wright Architects, AIAHart Wright Architects, AIA
David Livingston
Diseño de cuarto de baño contemporáneo con bañera con patas, suelo con mosaicos de baldosas y suelo negro
White marble bathroom with window for light and wood bench in the shower
White marble bathroom with window for light and wood bench in the shower
Rasmussen ConstructionRasmussen Construction
Foto de cuarto de baño actual con bañera encastrada, armarios con paneles lisos y ventanas
Contemporary Landscaping Project
Contemporary Landscaping Project
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & DesignExterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
A Memorial-area art collector residing in a chic modern home wanted his house to be more visible from the street. His yard was full of trees, and he asked us to consider removing them and developing a more modern landscape design that would fully complement the exterior of his home. He was a personal friend of ours as well, and he understood that our policy is to preserve as many trees as possible whenever we undertake a project. However, we decided to make an exception in his case for two reasons. For one thing, he was a very close friend to many people in our company. Secondly, large trees simply would not work with a landscape reflective of the modern architecture that his house featured. The house had been built as story structure that was formed around a blend of unique curves and angles very reminiscent of the geometric patterns common in modern sculpture and art. The windows had been built deliberately large, so that visitors driving up to the house could have a lighted glimpse into the interior, where many sculptures and works of modern art were showcased. The entire residence, in fact, was meant to showcase the eclectic diversity of his artistic tastes, and provide a glimpse at the elegant contents within the home. He asked us to create more modern look to the landscape that would complement the residence with patterns in vegetation, ornamentation, and a new lighted water fountain that would act like a mirror-image of the home. He also wanted us to sculpt the features we created in such a way as to center the eye of the viewer and draw it up and over the landscape to focus on the house itself. The challenge was to develop a truly sophisticated modern landscaping design that would compliment, but in no way overpower the façade of the home. In order to do this, we had to focus very carefully on the geometric appearance of the planting areas first. Since the vegetation would be surrounding a very large, circular stone drive, we took advantage of the contours and created a sense of flowing perspective. We were then very careful to plant vegetation that could be maintained at a very low growth height. This was to prevent vegetation from behaving like the previous trees which had blocked the view of the house. Small hedges, ferns, and flowers were planted in winding rows that followed the course of the circular stone driveway that surrounded the fountain. We then centered this new modern landscape plan with a very sophisticated contemporary fountain. We chose a circular shape for the fountain both to center the eye and to work as a compliment to the curved elements in the home’s exterior design. We selected black granite as the building material, partly because granite speaks to the monumental, and partly because it is a very common material for modern architecture and outdoor contemporary sculpture. We placed the fountain in the very center of the driveway as well, which had the effect of making the entire landscape appear to converge toward the middle of the home’s façade. To add a sense of eclectic refinement to the fountain, we then polished the granite so that anyone driving or walking up to the fountain would see a reflection of the home in the base. To maintain consistency of the circular shape, we radius cut all of the coping around the fountain was all radius cut from polished limestone. The lighter color of the limestone created an archetypal contrast of light and darkness, further contributing to the modern theme of the landscape design, and providing a surface for illumination so the fountain would remain an established keynote on the landscape during the night.
Dragonfly Lodge
Dragonfly Lodge
Modern Rustic HomesModern Rustic Homes
Details have been kept clean and simple as expressed in the balusters and hand rails in the loft, and the mix of wood, stone and drywall surfaces. This architectural design combines the elegance you might see in a luxury home in Atlanta with the simple earthy textures and colors of a North Georgia Mountain Home. This blending of style, color and textures creates a lifestyle we call "Modern Rustic Living".
The Bryant Back Bay
The Bryant Back Bay
Elms Interior DesignElms Interior Design
Photography by Michael J. Lee
Foto de salón para visitas abierto contemporáneo grande con paredes beige, suelo de madera en tonos medios y todas las chimeneas
Outdoor Living Addition
Outdoor Living Addition
Lindross RemodelingLindross Remodeling
Johan Roetz
Imagen de patio actual extra grande en patio trasero y anexo de casas con cocina exterior y adoquines de piedra natural
Contemporary Landscape and Pool Lap Design
Contemporary Landscape and Pool Lap Design
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & DesignExterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
A family in West University contacted us to design a contemporary Houston landscape for them. They live on a double lot, which is large for that neighborhood. They had built a custom home on the property, and they wanted a unique indoor-outdoor living experience that integrated a modern pool into the aesthetic of their home interior. This was made possible by the design of the home itself. The living room can be fully opened to the yard by sliding glass doors. The pool we built is actually a lap swimming pool that measures a full 65 feet in length. Not only is this pool unique in size and design, but it is also unique in how it ties into the home. The patio literally connects the living room to the edge of the water. There is no coping, so you can literally walk across the patio into the water and start your swim in the heated, lighted interior of the pool. Even for guests who do not swim, the proximity of the water to the living room makes the entire pool-patio layout part of the exterior design. This is a common theme in modern pool design. The patio is also notable because it is constructed from stones that fit so tightly together the joints seem to disappear. Although the linear edges of the stones are faintly visible, the surface is one contiguous whole whose linear seamlessness supports both the linearity of the home and the lengthwise expanse of the pool. While the patio design is strictly linear to tie the form of the home to that of the pool, our modern pool is decorated with a running bond pattern of tile work. Running bond is a design pattern that uses staggered stone, brick, or tile layouts to create something of a linear puzzle board effect that captures the eye. We created this pattern to compliment the brick work of the home exterior wall, thus aesthetically tying fine details of the pool to home architecture. At the opposite end of the pool, we built a fountain into the side of the home's perimeter wall. The fountain head is actually square, mirroring the bricks in the wall. Unlike a typical fountain, the water here pours out in a horizontal plane which even more reinforces the theme of the quadrilateral geometry and linear movement of the modern pool. We decorated the front of the home with a custom garden consisting of small ground cover plant species. We had to be very cautious around the trees due to West U’s strict tree preservation policies. In order to avoid damaging tree roots, we had to avoid digging too deep into the earth. The species used in this garden—Japanese Ardesia, foxtail ferns, and dwarf mondo not only avoid disturbing tree roots, but they are low-growth by nature and highly shade resistant. We also built a gravel driveway that provides natural water drainage and preserves the root zone for trees. Concrete pads cross the driveway to give the homeowners a sure-footing for walking to and from their vehicles.
Tribeca Residence
Tribeca Residence
Dirk Denison ArchitectsDirk Denison Architects
In Collaboration with: Sara Story Design Photography: Eric Laignel
Diseño de cocina contemporánea abierta con armarios con paneles lisos, puertas de armario negras y salpicadero marrón
California MInimal
California MInimal
Rock House DesignRock House Design
http://www.jessamynharrisweddings.com/
Diseño de puerta principal actual grande con paredes beige, puerta simple, suelo de baldosas de porcelana, puerta de madera en tonos medios y suelo beige
Bespoke Masterpiece
Bespoke Masterpiece
MASSIMO interiorsMASSIMO interiors
Ejemplo de comedor de cocina actual de tamaño medio con paredes blancas y suelo de baldosas de porcelana
Contemporary Family Room
Contemporary Family Room
Imagen de sala de estar contemporánea de tamaño medio sin chimenea con paredes negras, televisor colgado en la pared y alfombra
Dining Room
Dining Room
Siobhan Loates InteriorsSiobhan Loates Interiors
Formal dining room
Modelo de comedor actual grande con paredes grises, suelo de madera oscura, todas las chimeneas, marco de chimenea de piedra y cortinas
Zilk
Zilk
Kitchens of DiabloKitchens of Diablo
Crystal Chandelier, Calacutta Countertops, Book End Island, White Cabinets, Stainless Steel bar pulls Built-in refrigerator, Microwave drawer, Stainless Steel Appliances
Country Club Mid-Century Modern
Country Club Mid-Century Modern
Ekman Design StudioEkman Design Studio
This 1899 cottage, built in the Denver Country Club neighborhood, was the victim of many extensive remodels over the decades. Our renovation carried the mid-century character throughout the home. The living spaces now flow out to a glass hallway that surrounds the courtyard. A reconfigured master suite and new kitchen addition act as bookends to either side of this magnificent secret garden. Photograph: Andrew Vargo
Entrance Foyer
Entrance Foyer
Davis Tamburin Inc.Davis Tamburin Inc.
At the Entrance way to the foyer, we placed a bombe chest which we had lacquered in black and placed a oversized chair covered in faux white fur. The front door was painted in black and white.
Lifeguard Tower Home
Lifeguard Tower Home
Design + Build by LazarDesign + Build by Lazar
A Beacon of Light Steve Lazar grew up by the ocean and, as an avid surfer and a craftsman, he has always been inspired by seaside architecture. His latest home, The Lifeguard Tower, features an expansive living area and kitchen, four bedrooms, three full baths and a powder room in Hermosa Beach. The architecture is comprised of three trapezoidal structures, one atop the other. From the base, the residence narrows as it reaches the “look-out” tower room that gives way to a picturesque, 1,600-square-foot grass-covered entertainment and dining deck facing the ocean. At night, the tower glows like a beacon of light, as it is beautifully illuminated through multiple windows that surround the structure. Our Green Approach The Lifeguard Tower is also an experience in green living, as it incorporates the weatherworn reclaimed wood of a 100-year-old barn. Lazar has sheathed the house in such a way that it can breathe and endure the elements. The home also utilizes a sophisticated water filtration system and features on-demand radiant heating and air. Dual-glazed windows, coated with a shaded reflective film, will reflect the heat of the sun, keeping the residence cool year-round. These windows, coupled with the unusual 36-inch-long eaves custom designed by Lazar, create more shade than what is typically found in ordinary construction. Beachside Living at its Best Lazar has creatively and methodically managed to appeal to both traditional and contemporary architecture buffs with the Lifeguard Tower. It is a romantic gesture to the past and a simultaneous whimsical nod to contemporary California beachside living. Thoughtfully designed by Steve Lazar. DesignBuildbySouthSwell.com. Photography by Joel Silva
West Village Townhouse
West Village Townhouse
West Chin Architects & Interior DesignersWest Chin Architects & Interior Designers
Foto de salón abierto contemporáneo con marco de chimenea de hormigón
Walnut horizontal grain kitchen
Walnut horizontal grain kitchen
Susan Brook InteriorsSusan Brook Interiors
This amazing kitchen was a total transformation from the original. Windows were removed and added, walls moved back and a total remodel. The original plain ceiling was changed to a coffered ceiling, the lighting all totally re-arranged, new floors, trim work as well as the new layout. I designed the kitchen with a horizontal wood grain using a custom door panel design, this is used also in the detailing of the front apron of the soapstone sink. The profile is also picked up on the profile edge of the marble island. The floor is a combination of a high shine/flat porcelain. The high shine is run around the perimeter and around the island. The Boos chopping board at the working end of the island is set into the marble, sitting on top of a bowed base cabinet. At the other end of the island i pulled in the curve to allow for the glass table to sit over it, the grain on the island follows the flat panel doors. All the upper doors have Blum Aventos lift systems and the chefs pantry has ample storage. Also for storage i used 2 aluminium appliance garages. The glass tile backsplash is a combination of a pencil used vertical and square tiles. Over in the breakfast area we chose a concrete top table with supports that mirror the custom designed open bookcase. The project is spectacular and the clients are very happy with the end results.
Zilk
Zilk
Kitchens of DiabloKitchens of Diablo
Crystal Chandelier, Calacutta Countertops, Book End Island, White Cabinets, Stainless Steel bar pulls Built-in refrigerator, Microwave drawer, Stainless Steel Appliances, black wood floors,

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