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site lines architecture inc.
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Windermere Lakeside Residence
Ideabooks5,455
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stairs for 112
“nice” — Ramesh Goyal
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Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
Lake House
Ideabooks10,352
Questions1
Custom made corten steel entry gate is laser cut to mimic the inlays in the walnut entry door. Phot: Aaron Leitz
“Door” — cree7y
SHAPIRO PERTNOY COMPANIES
Jupiter, Florida
Ideabooks810
Questions1
Patio 112
“Fachada” — oscarcorona
Tyner Construction Co Inc
Classic Mountain Exteriors
Ideabooks6,450
Questions3
“Window awning” — ma108104a
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Thistle Hill Farm
Ideabooks9,154
Questions5
Would this work as a 1-1/2 story?
“Turn the concrete area into this outdoor patio space!” — kailanakanishi
Wheeler Kearns Architects
Northbrook House
Ideabooks6,584
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construction - goldberg general contracting, inc. interiors - sherry koppel design photography - Steve hall / hedrich blessing
“Chairs” — drandriko
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Crown Molding Detail Closeup - Reveal
Ideabooks8,493
Questions13
Hi, good question. dSPACE Studio designed the wood panel molding to be 1-1/2" wide and 1-inch proud from the drywall. The panel mold itself is wood and is located 10 inches above the baseboards and is held back 8-inches from
subtle detail creates a shadow line between the drywall and crown molding. The same 1/2" reveal occurs at the top of the baseboard to separate the 1-1/2" wood trim band that flows from the base and around the doorways and portals."
crown 6" x 2.5" from face of wall. 1/2 " drywall reveal joint runs below the crown molding. Same 1/2" reveal is at top of baseboard to separate the 1-1/2 " wood trim band flowing from base & around doorways and portrals paint BM-van. milkshake semi-gloss on crown molding.
“crown molding” — cobaltblues77
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Cabo Pulmo
Ideabooks492
Questions0
hillsides, ramps and slopes can be artfully blended into the landscape. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) specifications require a slope ratio of 1:12, which means that for every 1 foot of ramp, the rise should not exceed 1 inch. Therefore, if your home has an entry point that's 16 inches above level
hillsides, ramps and slopes can be artfully blended into the landscape. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) specifications require a slope ratio of 1:12, which means that for every 1 foot of ramp, the rise should not exceed 1 inch. Therefore, if your home has an entry point that's 16 inches above level
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