One of the ways that we here at Trilogy Partners are able to stay ahead of the competition and keep up with current home building trends is by making full use of technology in design. We never shy away from using new technology in order to improve our home building. Here’ a look at some of the technology that we are using today:

Trilogy Build 3D Design

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One of the most important elements of designing a home is making sure that the client knows exactly what the house is going to look like. We understand that showing them blueprints for our designs isn’t always the best way to get across what the house is going to look like when it’s built. Blueprints can be difficult for non-designers to read, after all. Because of this, we are now using a 3D design tool that brings the design to life, making it easier for clients to inspect the design and work with us in making any changes that they desire.

We make full use of advances in technology, such as the 3D design tool, to better serve our customers. For information about our home building services, be sure to contact us at Trilogy Build today.

There are very few hotels in this country that are as infamous as Chateau Marmont. Modeled after a royal residence in the Loire Valley in France,  Chateau Amboise, Chateau Marmont hits high up in the hills of West Hollywood, a beckon to celebrities and millionaires.

Photo via Chateau Amboise


Photo via Chateau Marmont

This Hollywood landmark has become an extension of the city itself. Hosting some of Hollywood’s most famous actors like Bette Davis, Erol Flynn, Stan Laurel, John Wayne, Vivien Leigh, Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland and Greta Garbo. Oscar winner Aaron Sorkin and The Office star John Krasinski are currently writing a min-series for HBO based on the book Life At The Marmont by former Chateau Marmont co-owner Raymond R. Sarlot and Fred Basten.

The famous hotel features 63 rooms, cottages and bungalows and was built in 1927 in a Norman architectural style. With a European flair, when you enter the Chateau Marmont you feel like you’ve gone back in time. The Spanish-style bungalows are very impressive as well and the pool cottages mix in a little of the American Arts and Crafts style era.

Photo via Chateau Marmont

Photo via Chateau Marmont

If you ever find yourself in Los Angeles, make sure you head over to Chateau Marmont and experience a touch of Hollywood royalty.

White snow glistens. Towering timbers protrude the mountains. Chilly temps prevail. It’s safe to say that winter is in full swing. Architects and interior designers can fully seize these cooler months through the style of a rustic home. As we illustrate below with the deluge pictures, every room inside a house and meticulous details of the home’s exterior can radiate the countryside feel longed for in the wintertime. Houzz’s architects and interior designers are sharing how they achieve rustic-chic ambiance for the modern-day home.

Starting in the entryway, this home uses a woodstove to greet guests and family. With cold, wet temps this added feature is an inviting way that you and your company can swiftly warm up.

Photo via Houzz

Throughout the home the feeling of modernity is never lost, as the designers place industrial stools and pendants, contemporary light fixtures and stainless steel appliances throughout to seamlessly mix with the wooden-planked ceiling.

Photo via Houzz

The bedroom sustains the wood cabin motif, with a wood ceiling and wood wall in place, complemented by neutral tones of the stone fireplace.

Photo via Houzz

As a final note, we’d like to point out that we are truly inspired by the cooper roof and branch railing on the exterior. Isn’t this the perfect way to pass through the winter months?

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Show us how you are staying warm by connecting with Trilogy Partners – Breckenridge on Facebook.

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