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HOUZZ

Build a HOUZZ

If you’re in the planning stages of a remodel or thinking about building a new home chances are you’ve been gathering inspiration from anywhere you can find it. If you have piles of magazine clippings and a collection of Pintrest boards but need help making everything a reality then you should check out Houzz. Houzz is an online architecture, design, landscape, and home improvement community fi...
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Dallas Nature-Inspired House

Sitting on a 13-acre site, this Texas home beautifully incorporates the nature surrounding it. The residence is part of Dallas’s first low-impact development called Urban Reserve, a neighborhood of “modern, single-family, architect-designed homes.” Broken up into two 16-foot wide rectangles, the home features a 50-foot-long garage with two bedrooms and bath over top of it. All ...
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San Lorenzo Residence

San Lorenzo Residence in Los Angeles, CA

Beautifully placed in its surrounding landscape, the San Lorenzo House was built using “L-shaped” designs to follow a zoning study. The large open living space uses pocket sliding doors and unfolding windows to passively cool the house and naturally ventilate the home. Boasting an interior private garden and amazing views of the nearby golf course, this residence also features a pool...
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Four House Tiny House Company

Four Lights Tiny House Company

A recent episode of NBC’s “The Art of the Start Up” featured Jay Shafer and his start up Four Lights Tiny House Company. A self-proclaimed “claustrophile,” Shafer has been building tiny houses for about 15 years. His homes range from 100 to 400 square feet and can be delivered to your door in about eight weeks. Watch the video to learn more and see Marvin windows ...
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NYC Townhouse - Kitchen

NYC Townhouse for Art Collectors

Originally a four-story, multi-unit townhouse, this New York City residence was converted into a single family home with five floors. Architects were inspired by the location near Highline park and surrounding art galleries and designed the space with potential art collector residents in mind. Seeing as the residence is only 18 feet wide, large panels of glass were used in the kitchen, dining ro...
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During the 1950s, Marvin’s small sales force criss-crossed the Upper Midwest in...

During the 1950s, Marvin’s small sales force criss-crossed the Upper Midwest in Chevrolet station wagons, signing up independent local dealers to distribute Marvin windows. During this time, the ...