Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Project: Villa Slow
Architects: Laura Alvarez Architecture
Location: Valle del Miera, Cantabria, Spain
Area: 1,722 sqft
Photographs by: David Montero

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Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture

Villa Slow is a contemporary holiday rental retreat in Spain’s Cantabria community. It was designed by Laura Alvarez Architecture with its design typology based on the traditional construction of the ‘peasant cabin’ in the area.
Unlike the traditional cabins, Villa Slow has a contemporary twist and is placed on top of a little south-facing hill that grants its inhabitants with impressive views towards the valley and mountain.

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

“I grew up in the North of Spain not so far away from Villa Slow. I have really good memories of me and my family enjoying nature. This region of Spain has many of the things I always look for when I go on holidays: Mountains, sea, natural parks, hiking, quietness, culture and rich gastronomy. But I always felt I missed here a nice place to stay… a place where you can be warm when it is cold outside and be fully connected to the outside when the sun shines. So I thought: If I cannot find it, there will also be many people not able to find it too….Let’s design and build a beautiful place and share it with more people!… Being myself an architect, it was an opportunity I could just not let go…And this is how it all started.”
– Laura Alvarez

Villa Slow is designed and built with extreme mindfulness and care for detail. The house is very respectful with the environment. Its design is based on the traditional typology of a Pasiego House (Cabana Pasiega) but with a contemporary twist. The rough exterior stone walls and roofs contrast with the delicate interior wooden structure and details. Two big panoramic windows in the living room facing opposite directions create a beautiful scenography of mountains, clouds, and trees. The two rooms with their generous height are designed to allow different arrangements: just a couple, couple with children, friends, etc. Each room has its own bathroom fully equipped, barrier-free.

THE WATER

Villa Slow is situated in a very special natural area well known for its spring water formation. The water of Villa Slow comes from its own spring.

A PASSIVE HOME

Villa Slow pays extreme attention to sustainability. Villa Slow is a passive house. It is provided with a heat pump, under floor heating and high quality insulation and windows for a minimum heat loss. All electronic appliances are A+++ and all lightning based on LED technology. The high performance glass warms up the interior in the winter and the big wooden shutters protect the summer from heat gain. All materials used to build Villa Slow are reused from the old stone shed or come from the area of Cantabria.

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Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

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Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

Villa Slow by Laura Alvarez Architecture in Cantabria, Spain

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Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Project: Casa Almare
Architects: Elias Rizo Arquitectos
Location: Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
Area: 9,296 sqft
Photographs by: Marcos García

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Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos

Elias Rizo Arquitectos have designed the Casa Almare that we are going to be featuring today, but they have also appeared on our site with their GG House and Casa RO projects.
Casa Almare is placed on a cliff in Puerto Vallarta in Jalisco, Mexico. Its location overlooks Bahia de Banderas and it is this extraordinary view that the plot has access to that inspired the architects for the design of the home. Its contemporary architecture makes the most out of the location and the views that it provides.

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Located in one of the most beautiful beaches in Jalisco, this residence is designed in a contemporary mexican style. The house perches over a cliff next to the ocean, which influences the particular shape allowing for amazing views to Bahía de Banderas.

The house has 4 and a half floors which contain all the bedrooms and public areas. All areas in the house have visual contact with the ocean, giving it a unique and sophisticated style.

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Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

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Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

Casa Almare by Elias Rizo Arquitectos in Jalisco, Mexico

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Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

Project: Bicton Home
Architects: Residential Attitudes
Location: Bicton, Perth, Australia
Area: 5,995 sqft (lot)
Photographs by: Courtesy of Residential Attitudes

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Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes

The Australian practice Residential Attitudes have designed the Bicton Home in Bicton, Perth, Australia.
This contemporary single family home is placed on a narrow, 5,995 square feet plot where it takes advantage of the location by opening a stunning view through its two-floor layout.
The design features a functional layout with a beautiful, bright interior designed in open plan.

Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

This custom designed home is on a 557sqm narrow block measuring just 11.8m across and with a slope of 2.5m from front to rear. Yet again, our team has exceeded expectations with a design that is not only refined for the individual, but makes the most of its setting, resulting in a distinctively unique home that capitalises on views whilst accomplishing that vital blend of flair and functionality.

On entering the expansive foyer, you’ll immediately be impressed by the volume of space, light and luxury, featuring full height windows surrounding a central zen court with water feature. Upstairs are expansive river views from the open plan living area. A beautifully appointed kitchen includes stone waterfall edge island bench and white gloss soft closing cabinetry and glass splashback.

A large balcony with alfresco kitchen is accessed via bi-fold doors. Double doors lead off the living room into a cosy home theatre, while to the front of the home is the luxurious master suite and beautifully appointed hotel style ensuite, both boasting direct access to a private balcony.

Downstairs, you’ll discover the home office, luxuriously appointed laundry and entertaining room or home gymnasium. Sliding doors lead to the lower level cedar-lined alfresco area, overlooking the impossibly perfect pool. Two double size bedrooms, one with pool views, share another luxury ensuite, completing the home’s perfect mix of grandeur, flair and impressive functionality.

Residential Attitudes

Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

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Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

Bicton Home by Residential Attitudes in Perth, Australia

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R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

Project: R+P House
Architects: ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior
Location: Aguascalientes City, Mexico
Area: 3,767 sqft
Photographs by: Oscar Hernandez

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R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior

The R+P House is a stunning contemporary residence designed by the Mexico-based studio ADI Arquitectura y Diseño InteriorThis two-story residence is located in the city of Aguascalientes in Mexico and it boasts 3,767 square feet of living space for its residents. It is designed for a 5-member family where 3 members are beloved pets.
The exterior design is dictated by the irregular fan-shaped land, oriented south to north. Its minimalist, contemporary look sets it apart from the rest of the homes in the area.

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

Located in a residential area in the northern part of Aguascalientes city, R+P house is developed for a family of 5, where 3 of them are pets.

In an irregular fan shaped land and with a south-north orientation. The architectonic program is resolved in two floors.

Given the land characteristics and based on the customer’s requirements of having ortogonal spaces, this project is conceptualized as two prismatic volumes aligned with the colindancias laterales and connected by the vestibule that resolves the circulaciones.

On the first floor we can find the social areas: garage, kitchen, living room, dining room and Talita, Hanna and Job’s bedroom that has a direct access to the garden terrace.

On the first level, the master bedroom, studio, laundry room and TV room.

The master bedroom and terrace have a view of the back garden, opening a space between the garage’s volume to give it a south orientation.

The main vestibule is the articulator axis of the whole project, connecting both prismas, all the rooms are connected through a double height space and a bridge that unites the upper floor.

The material selection was determined by its practicality and ease of cleaning, in a house where pets are a member of the family.

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R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

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R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

R+P House by ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior in Aguascalientes City, Mexico

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Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Project: Owl Creek Residence
Architects: Skylab Architecture
Location: Snowmass, Colorado, USA
Area: 4,200 sqft
Photographs by: Courtesy of Skylab Architecture

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Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture

Skylab Architecture of Portland has designed the spectacular 4,200 square feet Owl Creek Residence in Snowmass, Colorado. It has a very unusual, triangular floor plan which is made to respond to the constraints of the site on which the residence is built.
The strict constraints presented a challenge for the architects who, instead of allowing themselves to be limited by them, they used them as an advantage. The structure has been anchored into the surrounding environment and it opens up to create strong visual connections to the idyllic landscape.

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Anchored in a hillside with panoramic Snowmass Mountain views, the Owl Creek Residence was built as a shared family retreat. Site constraints were central in the design response, informing the spatial concept to triangulate to work with the existing sloping terrain.

The project vision was to create a collection of lodge-like communal spaces surrounded by naturally weathered and local materials providing an abundance of access to natural light, and minimizing visual separation from the outdoors. This all weather mountain retreat is about enhancing and recharging social relations and maximizing connections to the native environment. The shared residence was designed around the idea that a place can deepen the connections between people, families and the landscape they love.

Finishes and interior relationships were carefully crafted to draw the scenic landscape inward and extending the outdoor deck living experience. A central spiraling split-level arrangement allows for the living room, fireplace, bar and lounge to feel like intimate spaces with a communal energy. Terracing theater seating maximizes space within the stairwell working with the topography.

The strict height limitation and slope constraints of the site turned into an advantage by anchoring the structure into the landforms. The structure frames powerful views through two principal façades, maximizing the visual connection to the landscape at every angle. Strategic decisions in the frame and form allowed for efficiencies and functional benefits, including a triangular structural steel frame with car decking to minimize costs through prefabrication, and a roof slope to move water and snow downslope.

Compact and efficient private sleeping wings open up to expansive outdoor views at the lower level. Exterior spaces open interior activity to the outdoors including a triangular spa with an elevated deck and an expansive outdoor terrace right off of the kitchen. The Owl Creek residence provides a platform to gather in a shared living environment connected to their surroundings with purpose, deepening family connections.

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Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

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Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

Owl Creek Residence by Skylab Architecture in Colorado, USA

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18 Charming Transitional Staircase Designs You’ll Love

The staircase is one of the parts of the home that a lot of people often forget about when they are remodeling. But just think about how many times you use the staircase during the day and even when you don’t use it, how many times does it get in your field of view? It’s probably quite a lot, especially in homes with an open floor plan or smaller homes where space is limited. These are some of the biggest reasons that you should include the staircase in your renovation plan and this time we are going to suggest you take a look at the transitional staircase design which takes its cues from the traditional and contemporary styles.

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Welcome to a new collection of interior designs in which we’ve featured 18 Charming Transitional Staircase Designs You’ll Love. The designs that we’ve gathered today present a great chance to stock up on creative ideas which you can use to inspire yourself when you need to renovate the staircase in your home. There’s a lot more than just the staircase though, so make sure you explore our entire showcase of the transitional style in which we’ve already featured the kitchenbathroombedroomliving roomdining roomkids’ room, home office, and home bar. Enjoy!

1. Transitional Staircase

2. Ansley Drive Residence

3. Rum Row Residence

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4. North Shore Renovation

5. Transitional Staircase

6. Transitional Interior

7. Spiral Staircase

8. Larchmont Home

9. Transitional Staircase

10. http://www.bigo-arch.com/

11. Hamptons High Living

12. Transitional Staircase

13. Northern Chicago Suburb Home

14. Willow Glen Modern Farmhouse

15. Pacific Heights

16. Wagener Terrace

17. Regent’s Park Townhouse

18. Lighted staircase

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16 Stunning Transitional Home Bar Ideas You Should Consider

A home bar is often considered as something that only very rich people can afford to have in their luxurious, grand homes. But that is nothing more than a common misconception. The home bar is a welcome addition to any home and it absolutely doesn’t have to be very expensive.
The easiest way to incorporate a home bar in your home is by extending the counter in your kitchen so that you can place bar stools and use it as a bar counter at the same time.
The transitional home bar doesn’t have to be in the kitchen though. It can be standalone or it can be a part of the dining room, the living room, your mancave and of course, the kitchen.

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Welcome to a new collection of interior designs in which we’ve featured 16 Stunning Transitional Home Bar Ideas You Should Consider. Take a look at this collection and explore the designs that we’ve made part of it. The ideas that you will be able to extract from them can be applied to homes of different shapes and sizes. Find the one that is most suitable for your home and work from there. Also, don’t forget to take a look at the rest of the collections that are part of our current transitional style showcase, featuring designs of the kitchenbathroombedroomliving roomdining roomkids’ room, and home office. Enjoy!

1. Monument Street

2. Upscale Observatory Park Interior Design

3. Orono Custom Home

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4. Transitional Home Bar

5. Bungalow Renovation

6. Lowcountry Tribal

7. Transitional Home Bar

8. Mortis Project

9. CHEERY HILLS RESIDENCE 01

10. Coastal and Casual

11. Transitional Home Bar

12. Porter Ranch

13. Transitional Decor

14. Modern English Tudor

15. Hill Street House

16. PORT NELSON

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Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Project: Palmerston Residence
Architects: Mansouri Design + Build
Location: Vancouver, Canada
Area: 3,745 sqft (living space), 8,400 sqft site
Photographs by: Courtesy of Mansouri Design + Build

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Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build

The Palmerston Residence is a new, luxurious contemporary dwelling designed and built by the Canadian studio Mansouri Design + Build
Placed on a lot almost 8,400 square feet in size, the house provides 3,745 square feet of living spaces, consisting of four bedrooms and six bathrooms, spanning across three stories.

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

The Palmerston Project is the presentation of an imagination that consists of modern sensuality alongside luxury situated in West Vancouver, BC, Canada with a 180o view of the Pacific Ocean. At the very core, this project was built on a steel structure to be able to withstand natural disasters. The house consists of three levels placed on a 8400 sq. ft. site with just under 4000 sq. ft. of finished living space.

The main floor consists of a large open-space living room utilizing the full width of the building, brightened by over-size sliding doors on the south side of the house overlooking the water, with the linear kitchen situated at the north side of the space. The bottom floor consists of an entertainment room, indoor cinema, and the 4th bedroom.

At the top floor of the house, you will find 3 bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms. Two features of the project include a large 1200 sq. ft. deck overlooking the Pacific Ocean, and a waterfall on top of the full-concrete garage.

We aspired to bring warmth to modern architecture with the use of natural materials in addition to integrating all city restrictions to our advantage through the efficient use of space.

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Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

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Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

Palmerston Residence by Mansouri Design + Build in Vancouver, Canada

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18 Superb Transitional Home Office Designs You’ll Want To Work In

The transitional home office is a very interesting addition to the home. First of all, it will provide you with a very comfortable workplace which is something that people who are lucky enough to have a job that can be done from home can afford. But the transitional home office is also a valid addition to your home even if you can’t work from it. Why? Well, it doesn’t have to be a workplace. It can be your study room, it can be your hobby room. You can use it to take care of any paperwork or bills or you can use it to do some research online. You don’t even have to dedicate an entire room to it because it can easily be combined with another room as you’ll see below.

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Welcome to a new collection of interior designs in which we’ve featured 18 Superb Transitional Home Office Designs You’ll Want To Work In. Take a moment to explore the designs that we’ve gathered in this collection and you will be able to understand why the transitional home office is an addition that you should consider for your home.
If you are a fan of this style, make sure you take a look at the rest of our collections from the transitional style showcase, featuring designs of the kitchenbathroombedroomliving room and    dining room, and kids’ room. Enjoy!

1. Forest Grove

2. Transitional Home Office

3. Arborfield Project: Home Office

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4. The Burleson

5. Transitional Home Office

6. Springdale Home

7. Lockwood Glen I

8. High-Powered Home Office

9. Drew’s Honeymoon House

10. 448 Beacon Street

11. Brightfield Lane

12. Riverdale Richmond

13. Brooklyn Heights Townhouse

14. Kahala Custom Home

15. Transitional Home Office

16. Russian Hill Penthouse

17. Grants Mill Valley

18. New Canaan Residence

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Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Project: Davis Residence
Architects: Miller Hull
Location: Bellingham, Washington, USA
Area: 1,400 sqft
Photographs by: Benjamin Benschneider

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Davis Residence by Miller Hull

The Davis Residence is a 1,400 square feet home located in a densely wooded area on a cliff with a stellar view of the San Juan Islands. It is actually located in Bellingham, Washington, USA where it tries its best to blend in with the natural environment that surrounds it.
Miller Hull has designed the Davis Residence with an abundant use of wood throughout the interior as well as the exterior, creating a warm ambiance and a strong connection to its surroundings.

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

This 1400 sq. ft main house and guest house/garage is located on a heavily wooded cliff site with views of the San Juan Islands of Washington State. The plan orients to major views south down the coast line and west out to the islands while being careful to stay outside of the drip line of the dominant Doug fir trees. Large overhangs protect glazing and provide shelter.

The concept marries a long gently sloping roof form containing the kitchen, entry and studio with a vertical tower containing the living room and master bedroom above.

The roof forms express their timber construction with exposed joist, 1×4 skip sheathing and plywood diaphragms. The high performance wood fir windows provide thermal breaks while being strong enough for the mullions to be of minimal dimension. Wood T&G paneling is stained in bold transparent colors.

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Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

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Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

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