This is a new custom home that we developed over in Reston, Virginia in early of 2013. The project was roughly 6 months long, included a huge swimming pool and additional outdoor features.
Contemporary Suburban Pool House
Natural Stone Fire Pit Patio
This is in a custom house we built in Haymarket VA. The homeowner was going for a craftsman style.
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This project by Zimmermann Homes brings out the contemporary architecture in the Washington, DC area. The interior of the house has wooden railings that are held together with beautiful wire ties. The kitchens marble tops and marble background are finished off with stunning Wolf stainless steel appliances. The outdoor pool Read more [...]
• Craftsman Style Home & Finishes! • Mclean School Pyramid • 5 Min. Walk to Metro! • 10 Min. Walk to Broad St. • Private & Wooded Backyard • Green Built Home! • 2×6 Construction with R-19 Insulation • Anderson Windows • 2 Car Attached Garage • Spacious & Functional Read more [...]
With the help of KS Designs, we built this beautiful stone retaining wall with a water fountain built into the back side. The project took roughly 3 weeks to finish but was done over the cold winter. The addition of the wall really finished out the pool that was installed Read more [...]
This project was about a 4 week job that took a very old and not well kept backyard and we made it into a thing of beauty. The stone retaining walls end at a fireplace that is gas lit and can be used with very little energy. Some of the Read more [...]
The pool house’s ROOFTOP TERRACE boasts a hot tub and seating area as well as views of the family’s soccer field and the Virginia countryside. The Stewart Starglas PROJECTION SCREEN is a double-paned window serving as a 10-foot diagonal television. “The resolution at night is phenomenal—you can see it from Read more [...]
The client wanted a landmark to be developed against the backdrop of a non-aesthetic and extremely chaotic urban fabric, wherein each building was shouting about itself pitching against the other for garnering attention with loud features and shining tints of colored glass. His intention was to build a hotel offering Read more [...]