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Архитектурная студия Chado
Дом для семьи из четырех человек обыгрывает идею контраста между монументальной «оболочкой» — и прозрачной, наполненной светом и воздухом «изнанкой». Приземистые объемы из железобетона облицованы кирпичом и камнем, а панорамное остекление открывает взгляду интерьер, который становится полноценным элементом архитектуры. Симметрию здания динамично подчеркивает труба двустороннего камина, которая проходит прямо по центру фасада.
Natural Concepts Landscaping Contractors
NCL partnered with Pat Brodie Landscape Design to create a modern Mediterranean landscape that references both classic Santa Barbara mission style–custom tile and iron work–and the American Riviera–blue and white color scheme and large, lounge-worthy, pergola-covered stone patios. Landscape Design | Pat Brodie Landscape Design Images | Kurt Jordan Photography
Broward Landscape, Inc.
Pergola, Outdoor Kitchen Ivory Travertine
Cascade West Development
Named for its poise and position, this home's prominence on Dawson's Ridge corresponds to Crown Point on the southern side of the Columbia River. Far reaching vistas, breath-taking natural splendor and an endless horizon surround these walls with a sense of home only the Pacific Northwest can provide. Welcome to The River's Point.
Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects
In contrast to the grounded brick volumes, the second floor is clad in stainless steel panels and oversized aluminum-framed windows. The lightness and openness of the second floor is nestled among the oak-tree canopies of the site. (Photography by: Matthew Millman)
Castle Building & Remodeling
This modern home, near Cedar Lake, built in 1900, was originally a corner store. A massive conversion transformed the home into a spacious, multi-level residence in the 1990’s. However, the home’s lot was unusually steep and overgrown with vegetation. In addition, there were concerns about soil erosion and water intrusion to the house. The homeowners wanted to resolve these issues and create a much more useable outdoor area for family and pets. Castle, in conjunction with Field Outdoor Spaces, designed and built a large deck area in the back yard of the home, which includes a detached screen porch and a bar & grill area under a cedar pergola. The previous, small deck was demolished and the sliding door replaced with a window. A new glass sliding door was inserted along a perpendicular wall to connect the home’s interior kitchen to the backyard oasis. The screen house doors are made from six custom screen panels, attached to a top mount, soft-close track. Inside the screen porch, a patio heater allows the family to enjoy this space much of the year. Concrete was the material chosen for the outdoor countertops, to ensure it lasts several years in Minnesota’s always-changing climate. Trex decking was used throughout, along with red cedar porch, pergola and privacy lattice detailing. The front entry of the home was also updated to include a large, open porch with access to the newly landscaped yard. Cable railings from Loftus Iron add to the contemporary style of the home, including a gate feature at the top of the front steps to contain the family pets when they’re let out into the yard. Tour this project in person, September 28 – 29, during the 2019 Castle Home Tour!
PHANTOM RETRACTABLE SCREENS
© Visbeen Architects, Inc.
B. Jane Gardens
Photo by Ryann Ford
557,010 Courtyard Design Photos