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My Dream House | Alicia Hanson

feature_266_516cb8ce831d7_Myers_West-LA-House_610x392Well, discount cialis some of you will find it to be no surprise that my dream house resembles a garage. Barton Myers is an amazing architect in Los Angeles. His firm designs projects from residences to large urban developments. My favorite house is his own house that was a working experiment to address his taste and the environment where the residence is located, specifically fire danger. The home is located in Toro Canyon,  Montecito California. The house is comprised of 4 pavilions. To preserve against wildfire danger the pavilion roofs are comprised of recirculation pools that double as reflecting pools at this terrace home. The home also has steel roll up doors that enable to house to be completely shut if a fire does come through.

He has since built another similar house in Santa Barbara. I want to build something similar someday with large roll up glass garage doors.

Rolling Huts | Cool Mini Spaces

Rolling Huts | Cool Mini Spaces



My Mom and I were catching up over the weekend and she was telling me about some great small footprint buildings that she had seen recently. And I was telling her about how I was perusing the new Sunset Magazine and came across these fabulous Rental Cabins. Mom knew about them and said they were done by them same architect, sildenafil   Olson Kundig Architects. The rental cabins are in the Methow Valley in Eastern Washington. You can find more info on RollingHuts.com. The article she came across was in Seattle Met.