Ponderosa in steel and glass
Job Site by: Architect - Hirschman Architects
A Cleveland family built the home of their dreams
Like most kids room designs, this was designed to allow kids to get rid of pent up energy on rainy days. This indoor jungle gym features a rock climbing wall, rope swing and plenty of storage for toys.
This game room design features a pool table, ping pong, air hockey and a 14-foot shuffleboard table, all excellent entertaining accessories.
This kitchen design is perfect for those who like to entertain. Three stainless hoods vent the five burner Thermador induction cook top, fryer and steamer. At opposite ends is a separate Sub-Zero 601 refrigerator and freezer and three stainless Dacor convection ovens.
This kitchen sink cuts through the countertops in this kitchen and adds visual interest to the area.
Due to this home's very open design, visitors can gather in the living room or foyer and simply look up to see the only second-floor room in this house, an elevated media room.
A contemporary-designed staircase leads up to an elevated media loft that is girded by exposed steel beams and hangs suspended with open-air sides to the foyer and living room.
The large, square formal dining room table is the centerpiece in this two-walled room. The concrete floors throughout the home are tinted a slight and subtle tan and warmed with whole-house radiant heating.
The soothing green walls coupled with the vessel bowl sink, minimalist vanity and decorative tree all help to establish a spa-like bathroom design.
A 22x44-foot game room design with a pool table, ping-pong, air hockey and 14-foot shuffleboard table is sure to keep guests thoroughly entertained.
This swimming pool stretches out 20 by 40 feet with the shallow and deep ends parallel to each other so the homeowners can play with their children the whole length of the pool.
The exterior walls of this home showcases a plethora of materials, from metal to wood beams to glass windows and stainless steel accents.
Outdoor lighting dots the deck and surrounding landscape, making outdoor entertaining—even at night—a breeze.
This indoor swimming pool can easily be made into simply an outdoor covered pool by raising the five motor-operated glass garage doors. The pool area then connects to a sundeck patio complete with furniture.
Rather then closed in by walls, this dining space features an open design that allows guests to take in the nearby rooms.
These homeowners decided to put a unique twist on the wall art displayed in their home. These colorful images are artistic representations of the family's DNA.