Collection of modern, minimalist, and eco friendly architectural design for your home inspiration
Occupying an area of 20 acre site in the Santa Ynez Valley of California, the Los Angeles architects Frederick Fisher and Partners have completed a family home project. It has the beautiful surroundings of mountains and valleys.
Two distinct seasons of hot summers and cold winters are the characteristics of the natural environment. In the morning hours, south easterly wind is breezing, giving its residence a peaceful feeling. The owners, an artist and lawyer, requested a home that created a compound. The spaces to be included were an open living area, master bedroom suite, two guest suites with a shared living space, an office, artist studio and lap pool.
The 7000 square foot single –family residence is based on a grid of 25 squares. The firm’s interest in the “square” and “box” along with the owner’s square paintings generated the initial concepts for the home. The 100 foot by 100 foot single-family residence is organized around a central courtyard that divides the building into three distinct “zones” with an area for living, sleeping and working.
With tons of blueprints (over 16,000!) for different furniture designs and outdoor woodwork projectsyou can have a great insight into how to build different things with wood. In it, they tell you about wood, how to design projects, the detailed photographs, patterns, blueprints, materials list and step by step instructions on how to put build them.
The second part shows you the different tools and how to use them, and a complete guide to woodwork carpentry. And the color photographs and drawings are beautiful and show a lot of detail.
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