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Residential Architecture: Studio Addition by Bohl Architects: “..A 1970′s ranch house designed by Y. Toshimoto, included a detached studio. Dark, uninviting and not capturing the view of a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay, the frame studio was removed. The new studio is built on top of the existing foundation and connected to the main house..The new fireplace is a ruinous form that flows inside to outside between two spectacular Japanese red maple trees. The steel frame supports a floating…

* Residential Architecture: Studio Addition by Bohl Architects

Image 1 of 10 from gallery of Studio Addition / Bohl Architects. Photograph by Ron Solomon

Casa Chipicas / Alejandro Sánchez García Arquitectos - great use of wood for architectural detail in this house.

Gallery of Chipicas Town Houses / Alejandro Sanchez Garcia Arquitectos - 18

Image 19 of 42 from gallery of Chipicas Town Houses / Alejandro Sanchez Garcia Arquitectos. Photograph by Jaime Navarro Soto

The xmas house

Christmas in a cosy chalet/log cabin (with burning fire) in a place where there will be snow on the actual day! We'll be in such a place this year.

Love how this blends into the trees. Not lush enough in SoCal to do this tho'

Dutchess Guest House Allied Works was commissioned to design a residence, guesthouse and private gallery on 350 acres in Dutchess County, New York. Located on the eastern slopes of the Hudson River.

Polka dot House, from Life magazine, April, 1952.  The house was the work of Emery Jernquist, who had painted his Warwick, RI house black, but then decided it looked too somber.

Polka-dotted house - Life magazine April The house is the work of Emery Jernquist, who had painted his Warwick house black, but then decided it looked too somber. So he decorated its walls and white chimney with bright-colored polka dots.

small log cabin plans

my dream house.needs a wrap around porch. Almost the perfect log cabin home! Give me this house in the woods and We'll gladly raise our family there!

We cook for you. - fuckyouverymuch

Peter Zumthor: The Thinking Architect : Remodelista. Zumthor's kitchen features large frameless panes of glass, affording a view of the outside. Photograph by Laura J. Padgett via Open House

naturalistic swathes

Oehme van Sweden designed, Maryland garden The grey-green plant w/ white flowers is probably pycnanthemum muticum AKA mountain mint. Suspect deer don't like it.

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