Eklektischer Fitnessraum Ideen und Design
Yoga Room; HSC Lottery House 2012. Photo Credit : www.dualityphoto.com
Stilmix Yogaraum in Sonstige
Riesen-Kerzenständer - annette_ott50
Park City, Utah /
Photography by Steve De Fields /
Interior Design by Tommy Chambers Interiors /
Architecture by Scott Jaffa of Jaffa Group Design /
Builder Richard Jaffa of Jaffa Group Design /
**Additional furniture and art work still to come.
G. Russ Photography
Kleiner Stilmix Yogaraum mit grauer Wandfarbe und hellem Holzboden in Austin
Fitnessraum - frauenarzt
Multifunktionaler, Mittelgroßer Stilmix Fitnessraum mit weißer Wandfarbe und schwarzem Boden in Washington, D.C.
We are a full service, residential design/build company specializing in large remodels and whole house renovations. Our way of doing business is dynamic, interactive and fully transparent. It's your house, and it's your money. Recognition of this fact is seen in every facet of our business because we respect our clients enough to be honest about the numbers. In exchange, they trust us to do the right thing. Pretty simple when you think about it.
This space belongs to a wonderful Yogi and serves a dual purpose as a space for yogis to practice or for use as her living and dining room with an easy push out of the way of the felt bottomed furnishings. She is a minimalist though the space is much more lived in than when this photograph was taken. I designed the loft for flexibility and multi purpose. The bedrooms and kitchen are just beyond the doors on the very far right.
A unique residential bowling alley for a New York Yankees Major League Baseball player near Orlando, Florida. Installed by crane on an upper floor, this bowling amenity features commercial-grade bowling lanes, a custom hand-crafted painted fiberglass clown face sculpture mounted to a curtain wall, computer scoring system with overhead TV monitors and pedestal-mounted keypad, laser and disco special effects lighting, Brunswick automatic pinsetting machines, sub-floor ball return system, and assortment of bowling shoes and bowling balls.
Photo credit: Harry Lim Photography