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AD Classics: Eames House / Charles and Ray Eames

live here • case study house no. 8, los angeles, california • charles + ray eames • photo: stephen canon • via archdaily

AD Classics: Eames House / Charles and Ray Eames

Case Study House #8 / Eames House / Charles and Ray Eames / 1949 / Included in 2006 on US’s National Register of Historic Places /

Feb 20 Designing Your Garden: Defining Structure

GARDEN DESIGN-Designing Structure can be the most challenging, yet the most fun part of developing spatial design. Once you create a bubble diagram to organize your outdoor spaces, the next step is defining the structure of those spaces (officially called a form composition study). Will your garden be informal, formal, rectilinear or geometric? Look to the architecture of your house as inspiration or maybe you are drawn to a particular garden style. Structure can also evolve from a theme

A Rustic Laguna Beach Retreat

A classic Orange County vista—the Pacific through a gnarled Monterey cypress—seen from the private study’s terrace, on the third level; an oak low table joins a banquette with cushions of Perennials outdoor fabric and patterned pillows of antique textiles from Kathleen Taylor the Lotus Collection. I like this arrangement for the interior window wall in the atrium.

This shed from Costco costs $1000.00 and is 10' x 7.5'. Could make a cool space for studio/office May 2013

Have a wooded lot? Time to build a forest book nook!

If you're in search of an inspiring live work home – a forest book nook – try these digs on for size! The Scholar’s Library in Olive Bridge, New York by local architecture firm Gluck & Partners is an unusual raised house plan surrounded by lush, leafy woods.

Landmark Houses: The Eames House

The Eames House (also known as Case Study House No. 8) is a landmark of mid-20th century modern architecture located at 203 North Chautauqua Boulevard in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles. It was constructed in 1949 by husband-and-wife design pioneers Charles and Ray Eames, to serve as their home and studio.