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"Key to the special nature of the pavilion’s purpose is that guests are immersed in the landscape and surrounded by the...
Tsutsui continued the Oregon pine from the floor to the steel-reinforced cantilevered staircase, which appears to float...
The lower level has a natural stone facade while polished concrete defines the upper level.
Cline incorporated a number of green features into the design including a super-insulated envelope, ultra-efficient...
Get Fired Cooper’s yard is small, but she wanted a spot for barbecues and socializing.
Concrete planters frame the facade—a union of monolithic slabs that offers privacy and compositional integrity to the...
Landscape designer Bernard Trainor’s creative use of poured-in-place concrete pavers—such as off the living room, where...
In fall, the color of this backyard in Charlottesville, Virginia, changes daily with the foliage.
A palette of stone, concrete, and greenery greets guests at the home’s front entrance.
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