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Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Stonewall Farmhouse
Ideabooks61
Questions0
art gallery
gallery wall...Greenhut Galleries
“pendant” — Heather Pierson
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
7 Reviews
Hillgrove
Ideabooks1,277
Questions4
gallery balustrading
Upper gallery space
“Loft, built in shelves, white and stained railing” — debsharp
Designs by Gollum
Designs by Gollum
Ideabooks1,350
Questions2
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what I'm talking about! Love the stone balustrade.
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Cast stone Balustrade
BALUSTRADES magnifiques.
The balustrades
“rail” — anniskelton
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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splyce design
Russet
Ideabooks1,364
Questions0
The aluminum balustrade looks like it was cut with pinking shears. The treads stop 3 inches short of the railing, emphasizing their cantilevered look.
The aluminum balustrade looks like it was cut with pinking shears. The treads stop 3 inches short of the railing, emphasizing their
Casa Vancouver 4 Escaleras Elevación Lateral The aluminum balustrade looks like it was cut with pinking shears. The treads stop 3 inches short of the railing, emphasizing their cantilevered look. The towering wall
The aluminum balustrade looks like it was cut with pinking shears. The treads stop 3 inches short of the railing, emphasizing their cantilevered look.The towering wall of raw concrete anchors the interior, offering a craggy counterpoint to the sleek finishes surrounding it.
“Wall” — elizabetadimkova
Bagnato Architects
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
Ideabooks2,525
Questions4
arch window, light fittings, glass balustrade, exposed beams
glass balustrade. The old trusses jut into the space, keeping the rhythm of the old structure.
The mezzanine looks over the living room void, aided by a glass balustrade. The old trusses jut into the space, keeping the rhythm of the old structure. The architect wanted the staircase, which leads to an attic-type
The mezzanine looks over the living room void, aided by a glass balustrade. The old trusses jut into the space, keeping the rhythm of the old structure. The architect wanted the staircase, which leads to an attic-type space, to feel sculptural but not fight the old building design.
mezzanine looks over the living room void, aided by a glass balustrade. The old trusses jut into the space, keeping the rhythm of the old structure. The architect wanted the staircase, which leads to an attic-type space, to feel sculptural but not fight the old building design.
“Love the couch” — Sasha Myrom
London Bay Homes
1 Review
London Bay Custom Home at Grey Oaks
Ideabooks4,152
Questions6
A balustrade is any waist-high barrier, open or closed, designed to provide protection from falling. Consisting of a series of single vertical balusters made of stone, wood or metal, balustrades are often carved, support a coping and are topped with a rail. The rail is the horizontal frame or section
section fixed to the top of the balustrade; it acts as the handrail. This contemporary balustrade has both vertical and horizontal pieces but sticks with a simple rail. Installed between more traditional columns, it cleverly mixes modern and traditional elements.
“Balustrade” — navcheri
Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery
3 Reviews
Acanthus Design
Ideabooks4,249
Questions1
Stunning use of Chippendale-style balustrade with formal garden
Chipendale balustrade
Chippendale balustrade
Chippendale Balustrades
The Chippendale balustrade can serve both decorative and functional purposes, as executed on this exterior staircase.
The balustrade
“Cool stairs and garden” — critzel
tuthill architecture
13 Reviews
EastSide
Ideabooks1,477
Questions3
Balustrade detail
External balcony balustrade
balcony balustrade
“Blue paint color” — scarla1
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