All Cedar Log Cabin the beautiful pines of AZ
Elmira Stove Works appliances
Photos by Mark Boisclair Foto di una grande sala da pranzo aperta verso il soggiorno rustica con pavimento in ardesia, pareti marroni e pavimento grigio
This house west of Boston was originally designed in 1958 by the great New England modernist, Henry Hoover. He built his own modern home in Lincoln in 1937, the year before the German émigré Walter Gropius built his own world famous house only a few miles away. By the time this 1958 house was built, Hoover had matured as an architect; sensitively adapting the house to the land and incorporating the clients wish to recreate the indoor-outdoor vibe of their previous home in Hawaii.
The house is beautifully nestled into its site. The slope of the roof perfectly matches the natural slope of the land. The levels of the house delicately step down the hill avoiding the granite ledge below. The entry stairs also follow the natural grade to an entry hall that is on a mid level between the upper main public rooms and bedrooms below. The living spaces feature a south- facing shed roof that brings the sun deep in to the home. Collaborating closely with the homeowner and general contractor, we freshened up the house by adding radiant heat under the new purple/green natural cleft slate floor. The original interior and exterior Douglas fir walls were stripped and refinished.
Photo by: Nat Rea Photography
Francisco Cortina / Raquel Hernández Foto di un'ampia sala da pranzo aperta verso il soggiorno rustica con pavimento in ardesia, camino classico, cornice del camino in pietra, pavimento grigio e pareti marroni
This is a heavy oak door made and designed by Jack Badger. I sits perfectly within a hand tooled Jack Badger stone door surround. The benefits of having a masonry and carpentry side to the business is that the two trades go hand in hand and allow us to create harmonious and beautiful projects.
Photo credit - Andrew Haslam - http://www.andyhaslam.com
This used to be a sunroom but we turned it into the Dining Room as the house lacked a large dining area for the numerous ranch guests. The antler chandelier was hand made in Pagosa Springs by Rick Johnson. We used linen chairs to brighten the room and provide contrast to the logs. The table and chairs are from Restoration Hardware. The Stone flooring is custom and the fireplace adds a very cozy feel during the colder months.
Tim Flanagan Architect
Veritas General Contractor
Finewood Interiors for cabinetry
Light and Tile Art for lighting and tile and counter tops.
The dining room in this contemporary Beverly Hills home shows a just a small part of an expansive distributed audio system. The components for the audio system are centrally located in an equipment rack with signals distributed throughout the house.
Nelson interior stylists and LJ Hooker
This dining room is a part of a large open plan area, by putting a rug and art it gives the space purpose making you feel that the space is allocated to the dining
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