Stunning contemporary coastal home which saw native emotive plants soften the homes masculine form and help connect it to it's laid back beachside setting. We designed everything externally including the outdoor kitchen, pool & spa.
Architecture by Planned Living Architects
Construction by Powda Constructions
Photography by Derek Swalwell flow through from inside to out. Timber look. - sarahtwis12
Built in Winchester, VA for the Trex Company. Low level deck allows for alternate design elements such as wide cascading steps, planter boxes, and custom benches. Notice use of mutiple material colors. White on brown look - lallennz75
Nestled above a small lake, this two story home takes every advantage of its location! Materials played a big part in the sustainability aspects of the home, including bamboo in flooring and cabinetry. The primary construction material is building blocks made from recycled pallets. The entry wall and one wall in the dining room show the actual material.
Photos by Ian Gleadle
Atrium - centered in home. We updated the tired space by creating new rock borders, adding new teak planking and creating an impact with concrete tiles on a feature wall. outside downstairs on wall - texture - sarsandmarty
With this roof terrace we tried to achieve the perfect Manhattan getaway. Cool crisp "kartell" outdoor furniture, custom planters, high-end roof deck tiles and greenery all around let's you feel detached from the urban surroundings. We used wood partitions for added privacy to make this roof terrace our clients own safe heaven.
Photo by: Andre Garn