An advanced washer and dryer use modern technology to safely and thoroughly clean and dry clothes in an energy-efficient way. The laundry room also includes a water sensor that is part of the home’s top-notch security system that sends an alert to help you avoid costly damage from leaks and floods.
The large number of cabinets and drawers in the laundry room provide storage space for various laundry and pet supplies. The laundry room also offers lots of counterspace for folding clothes and getting household tasks done.
This kitchen has a rich yet neutral tone balanced by wood grain which brings warmth to the space. It maximizes functional space and presents an uncluttered, modern space for the clients to enjoy. A pure, clean, and simple space that embodies the concept of “less is more!”
The cooking center is at the heart of the kitchen with an induction cooktop and pop-out hood-vent above. Recessed lighting was added throughout the space and task areas were enhanced with under cabinet lights.
This relaxed home was created for Tim Brown and his family. A large focus was placed on making the home as energy efficient as it is aesthetically pleasing. The placement on the site was key in keeping it a low-energy-using home. With lots of cross ventilation and clerestory windows to vent heat, the home's energy bills are half the amount of a typical home in this area. A rainwater collection system was also incorporated to catch 100 percent of the home's potable water.
Pull-out pantry doors are cleverly hidden behind white cabinets in this cheerful kitchen. Integrated appliances include a steam oven and warming drawer. At the center of the space, a custom island features a unique live-edge walnut top.
Landscaping incorporates native plants around this charming home. The mulch eliminates the need for chemical fertilizers and requires little irrigation – which means more time spent on the spacious front porch.
This home is located on a steeply sloping ridge top and is designed to sensitively step down with the land. The steep topography influenced the linear design as it hugs along a natural rock outcropping. The layout is perfectly harmonious to the land and sun, allowing the home to orient its long faces to the north and south while minimizing its east and west exposures.
Tall, north-facing window walls capture cool, even lighting throughout the day, while deep overhangs along the south protect from overexposure from the sun. The main roof sheds to the south, providing maximum solar collection potential. Decks and screened-in porches along the south face also provide areas for outdoor entertaining and a means to capture prevailing breezes that blow up from the canyons below.
This pink kitchenette makes the most of limited studio apartment space. The main focal point is a reproduction of an antique sink, and a stainless steel shelf and counter houses a small refrigerator, toaster and microwave oven. Lighting is provided by two retro-style pendant lights.