Peter McDonald Architect
Photos by Brian VanderBrink
J & S Landscape
Emily Sierra Photography
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Jetton Construction, Inc.
This property was transformed from an 1870s YMCA summer camp into an eclectic family home, built to last for generations. Space was made for a growing family by excavating the slope beneath and raising the ceilings above. Every new detail was made to look vintage, retaining the core essence of the site, while state of the art whole house systems ensure that it functions like 21st century home. This home was featured on the cover of ELLE Décor Magazine in April 2016. G.P. Schafer, Architect Rita Konig, Interior Designer Chambers & Chambers, Local Architect Frederika Moller, Landscape Architect Eric Piasecki, Photographer
Decoramic Tile Centre
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More for Less Remodeling
Located in the Lafayette Square Historic District, this garage is built to strict historical guidelines and to match the existing historical residence built by Horace Bigsby a renowned steamboat captain and Mark twain's prodigy. It is no ordinary garage complete with rooftop oasis, spiral staircase, Low voltage lighting and Sonos wireless home sound system.
Des Ewing Residential Architects
Colin Cadle Photography
Huge terrace with direct access from the kitchen/dining room and living room. View over the garden and into Torbay. Stunning duplex apartment in a converted Victorian Villa, Torquay, South Devon. Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle. www.colincadle.com
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Maple Creek Landworks LLC
Russell Campaigne CK Architects
Andrew Mann Architecture
David Wakely and David Livingstone
Andrew Howard Interior Design
Classic Shingle Style House with Outdoor Dining Patio, Fireplace and Kitchen built into the stone wall.
Arrow. Land + Structures
--Historic / National Landmark --House designed by prominent architect Frederick R. Schock, 1924 --Grounds designed and constructed by: Arrow. Land + Structures in Spring/Summer of 2017 --Photography: Marco Romani, RLA State Licensed Landscape Architect