Recently I've found myself drawn to steel framed windows. Sort of old world European, or modern industrial look. I'd like the entire sunroom to be constructed of this style windows. Also the front entrance and certain interior walls and doors.
Design Firm, C+M Studio explored contrast between different spaces through the use of the mafi curved Oak Country Brushed Grey Oil feature wall, in which doors leading to private spaces were hidden, flush with the finished face of the wall.
THE EAMES CHAIR! Charles & Ray Eames La Chaise, Originally designed for a competition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, inspired by Floating Figure, a sculpture by Gaston Lachaise. Material fiberglass, chrome and oak.
The architect Marco Peres designed house with spacious living and only one suite. But if the family grow, there is room for two more bedrooms in the room. The view of the woods in the back of the lot oriented design
Charles Moore House, Opium Den - How do unique and layering forms make a Place? Is it the fact that it is not a standard "universal" box? Do the changing levels and layers make it more habitable and give the occupant a greater connection to the space?