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New-Age Timber architecture from Quezada Architecture

Give your house or holiday-home a classy but bold new-look with Modern Timber Architecture with Quezada Architecture. Timber homes generally located in the hilly regions are beautiful because of their essential quality of a classic home but generally do run out of value owing to their very rustic aesthetics. Give your summer retreat a cool new avatar with Quezada Architecture.

Quezada Architecture is one of the world’s largest architectural firms from San Francisco. Quezada Architecture has dealt with massive projects like Lucasarts and Microsoft. The company deals with both dressing up the interiors and exteriors of your facility.

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So now you can give your Summer Retreat a new look with Straighter roofs, walls that close in at 90 degrees with no curved edges, Large windows which allow you to enjoy the view uninterrupted, all this in timber with Modern Timber architecture from Quezada Architecture. Go against nature’s lack of straight lines with Quezada.

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Posted in Architecture on July 13, 2010

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Stefan is the owner of Homedit.com – he started the site back in November 2008, from his passion for interior design and decorations and since then the site went from being a simple blog to one of the most popular home design websites on the web right now.

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5 Responses to “New-Age Timber architecture from Quezada Architecture”

  • projektowanie wnętrz lublin says:

    Hello, I found this post via google. Great post and materials.

  • Alison says:

    If one wants an example of a classic, open, innovative and truly magical modern home, take a look at Architect Scott Lee’s Hillside House in Mill Valley, CA. It is also LEED platinum certified, which is quite an accomplishment. The Hillside House is so warm and inviting. Love it!

    http://www.architecturelist.com/2010/07/20/the-hillside-house-by-scott-lee/

    The “patio” above looks like nothing more than a gravel pit.

    And, I’ve never heard of that “Quezada Architecture is one of the world’s largest architectural firms from San Francisco.” The link to their firm only shows 3 people.

    Does anyone know where the Quezadas’ went to school?

    Does anyone have photos of their supposed work for Lucasarts and Microsoft?

    As a practicing architect, why would anyone want to “Go against nature’s lack of straight lines with Quezada.” Some of the greatest architectual works aren’t straight — a modern twist with a curve is much more difficult.

  • Kiyoko Whitescarver says:

    Thanks for the info . I will send it to others

  • Sam says:

    I agree that Scott Lee’s house is beautiful and while it has Leed status, it is certainly not totally green, with an elevator, fridges in the bedroom and the outdoor room and not to mention the secret rooms that add extra square footage that are no where to be seen on any of the floorplans, I am just not sure it is a fine example of a green home. Beautiful? yes. Green? not so much.

  • StefanStefan says:

    Sam, tanks a lot for your point.From our way this house is eco with a lot of wood accents.