Is this a render? I mean it’s good, but I honestly don’t care much about hypothetical homes unless there are actual plans to build something like it, personally.
It’s hard to tell what kind of tree it is. The architect’s site describes it as “willowy” but it is definitely not a willow, which would be a terrible choice anyway because they are messy, need tons of water and are generally short lived.
Well don’t feel too bad. I’m 95% sure this is an office of a hedge fund or capital mangement company – maybe Pershing(?) at 888 Seventh avenue. So it’s a corporate office, not somebody’s den. Still a nice view. EDIT: i think i am
Ahhhh, I live two counties south. Tis a wonderful place to be alive. I live in an historic farmhouse, so not quite the cabin charm, but I consider myself lucky to experience this same type of view/life day in and day out.
Bees aren’t aggressive, they’re often curious more then not, if a dude is flying around you he just’s curious why you smell the way you do, or why you have such bright colors, he wont sting unless he feels threatened; Wasps on the other
Don’t many sleep specialists advise people to rely on morning sun as an “alarm clock” as much as possible? It’s supposed to do the best job of regulating your inner clock. I get what you’re trying to get across here, but I’m not sure
Well, the seventies stuff that I grew up with has made a comeback in this place. I love the room but what’s in it gives it an uncohesive look. I don’t mind the collections but I think that to see them they need to
Actually, this is probably a fairly modern house. To my knowledge this part of California wasn’t nearly as developed then as it is now (I’m basing this off of the fact that the architectural movement in question would have been taking place around or
just avoid this conversation entirely. I made this same mistake last week… you make a statement about the cost of living, or price of real estate in a particular area, be it a generalized average of cost of living, or a specific price of
Just [googled it](http://www.yr.no/place/Canada/British_Columbia/Adams_Lake_Park/statistics.html) and it seems quite ok. And…don’t ruin my goals please, now it looks better in my mind, I don’t want it to be more expensive!
You’re not familiar with the principles of historic preservation architecture. When modifying a historic building you’re supposed to make the new portions clearly distinct and of their time. The idea is that it’s clear to anyone viewing the building what the original structure was,
What makes you think architects are in some dumbass conspiracy to deprive the world of ornate architecture? It’s expensive. Not on the design side, but because we don’t have the masons skilled in stone cutting (and more recently creating molds for terra cotta which
Actually it isn’t too bad if there are some [solar furnace](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_furnace) and you could [make it out of pop cans under $50.](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLNViUsRCVU) They could invest in making a regulator for temperature control electronically and make it looks good to look at. If done right,
It’s probably [listed for £12.5m](https://www.onthemarket.com/for-sale/property/surrey/?search-type=for-sale&view=grid).
You are absolutely right — I was thinking that was the tower up near the Libego, but it’s the one on the island. 🙂 Thanks for the correction.
Yeah you definitely don’t get a lot of natural light in there, I’d imagine. For someone like me, that’s actually just a plus, but I can definitely understand why other people wouldn’t like it. You’re also restricted from accessing most of the walls and
by “Lloyd Wright” do you mean Frank Lloyd Wright? If so, then you probably deeply misunderstand what he was doing or you have little familiarity with his work and are just spouting a name. Maybe you were thinking of actual “Modernist” architects like Ludwig
The best styles are as follows 1. Art deco: lend your home a touch of the 30s with this rich, opulent style. Perfect! 2. Victorian: hearken back to the golden age of genteel mannerisms and bloodthirsty imperialism with this timeless look. Sure to amaze
This is pretty cool. It reminds me of WoW. The inscription trainer/vendor in Dalaran has a library like this, but much taller. ~~I had no idea what it was called.~~ http://wowinthedetails.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Ceiling-in-Dalaran-Scribes-Secellum.jpg Edit: rotunda is the wrong word. You would have better search results googling
Well, it’s listed as a single story home but has an elevator so maybe the elevator is to get to and from the underground garage. It’s for sale at $24,999,000. Easily manageable if you put 20% down and mortgage it for 30 years at
I’ll show this to my Dad tomorrow, he’ll love it, it’s sickly Egyptian, I can smell the Egyptian air from here, ha. He’s from Cairo, we have a place in Shourok if you know that area (many new builds inside of various Complexes, the
It definitely isn’t habitable but the scenery around it is amazing. I’m sure it was someone’s dream home once upon a time. [Album](http://imgur.com/a/vjqTP)
The only thing that would make this completely perfect is if the ceiling above the little reading nook had a skylight. Yes, I know there’s a huge window right beside it, but you can never have enough sunlight filtering in. Oh, and a cat.
It’s a CG render from the the building/apartment developer. Some more photos: (http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs/5240a607f92ea1730000fd71/One%20Madison%20Double%20Height%20Living%20Room.png) (http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs/5240a60bf92ea1730000fd85/One%20Madison%20Corner%20Dining%20Room.png) (http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs/5240a609f92ea1730000fd7b/One%20Madison%20Corner%20Eat%20In%20Kitchen.png) [Source.](http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2013/09/23/a_first_look_inside_one_madisons_50_million_triplex_penthouse.php)