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October 2016 Blog Posts (9)

Pasquale Design | Transitional Color | Tampa, FL

The interior design of this luxury home in Tampa blends timeless style and family friendly design. Every family member was thought of when Franco began the design of this home, from the large open kitchen to the game room off the sitting room. The color palette of this home is a mix of whites, grays, accented with vibrant pops of color.

The homeowners lean towards a more transitional design style, and Franco achieved that by selecting furniture, accessories, and lighting that had…


Added by Chibi Moku on October 30, 2016 at 9:57pm — No Comments

Color in Space | Relationship | Seattle, WA

We perceive color as light reflected back to us. Color Theory, developed by Physicist Sir Isaac Newton, provides an explanation as to why our perception of architectural color fluctuates so much. Metamerism and chromatic shift both describe color theory in action.

Architectural color is not static. It fluctuates and changes in response to light, but even more importantly, in relationship to other colors. This is what color theory explains and can even predict. Complementary…


Added by Chibi Moku on October 25, 2016 at 7:45pm — No Comments

Dwell Development | Reclaimed Modern | Seattle, WA

A one-of-a-kind, Dwell Development’s high-performance home WITH a solar panel package! Dwell has cross-pollinated its award-winning 5-Star Built Green quality w/reclaimed materials & enough solar power to achieve NET ZERO electricity! Come discover a home that pays YOU & experience even more phenomenal features: expansive kitchen, Lake Wash views, 4th Bdrm/Loft & a variety of outdoor entertainment spaces to name a few. Just blocks from downtown Columbia City & new flagship…


Added by Chibi Moku on October 25, 2016 at 7:39pm — No Comments

Patricia K Emmons | Rural Oregon Craftsman Home | Yamhill, OR

Set in the beautiful wine country south of Portland, this carefllly detailed custom home fulfills the clients' dreams. A couple devoted to the field medicine, wished to commit more of their energies to horticulture, cuisine and crafts.

The house is sited to relate to their beautiful gardens and lovely view of the Willamette valley. Most spaces open to the outside. A culinary garden is steps away from a serious kitchen where much of what is grown is preserved and enjoyed.



Added by Chibi Moku on October 25, 2016 at 7:34pm — No Comments

Dwell Development | Columbia City Story | Seattle, WA

Seattle based design & build firm Dwell Development, LLC builds beautiful homes, each one different than the last. They begin with a unique floor plan and intelligently incorporate light, air flow, warmth and a fantastic array of amenities and finishes to create a home that is healthy for both body and mind. These elements combined with Dwell Development's dedication to designing homes that are complimentary to the land they sit on and neighborly in their orientation sets them apart in…


Added by Chibi Moku on October 25, 2016 at 7:28pm — No Comments

Vine Design Group | Creative Sustainability | Gig Harbor, WA

A recently finished original home features perfectly clean lines combined with the roughness of nature and Puget Sound views. Flowing through the spaces is what heaven must be like--a structure that works with the human soul.

Hoppet Design & Construction along with VINEdesigngroup are Washington companies dedicated to building original homes that last.

Founders David Hopkins and Dawn Gogel combined their unique skills and backgrounds more than two decades ago to offer…


Added by Chibi Moku on October 25, 2016 at 7:22pm — No Comments

Rom Architecture & Karen Braitmayer | Mid-Century Modern | Seattle, WA

Eichler-style meets accessibility in this 1950’s era home on top of Magnolia hill in Seattle. Everyone who visits this mid-century home comments about how it is “modern… but a kind of modern you can actually LIVE in.” Cheery and comfortable, this right-sized home with an expansive view is designed to be user-friendly for wheelchairs and sneakers alike.

Carol Sundstrom, AIA, of Röm Architecture Studio and Karen Braitmayer, FAIA, worked together to transform Karen’s own home for her…


Added by Chibi Moku on October 25, 2016 at 7:15pm — No Comments

LineSync Architecture | Universal Accessibility | Portland, OR

Riley Poor, an award winning action sports cinematographer and film producer, tragically found himself a quadriplegic just before his 26th birthday. An amazing testament to spirit and determination, Riley stabilized at Albany Medical Center, rehabilitated at Craig Hospital, and relocated to Portland, Oregon, where he lends his talents to Nike SB continuing to produce award winning films and advertisements.

Desiring his own home with his own aesthetic, he bought a home and worked with…


Added by Chibi Moku on October 25, 2016 at 7:10pm — No Comments

3D Architectural Rendering - Great Invention For Architectural Industry ?

3D Architectural Rendering has given great value in order to provide excellent visualization services. Most firms usually use this service in the pre visualization stage. This is an excellent tool wherein the viewers are able to move the objects around and view their future projects from multiple angles, thus providing more confidence to the potential clients for their projects.…


Added by Jonney Hounest on October 12, 2016 at 4:01am — No Comments

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