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Kraft Custom Construction
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Kraft Custom Construction Professional Kitchen
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Love the build out window, near perfect kitchen layout.
overall design/feel; TV option
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“love the entire kitchen” — molnarnj
Kraft Custom Construction
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Kraft Custom Construction Dining, Wet Bar, Bay Window
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“The small bar area” — moniquematt
Kraft Custom Construction
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Kraft Custom Construction Professional Kitchen
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“love range and skylight” — Ibrahim El Far
Kraft Custom Construction
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Kraft Custom Construction White Powder Room
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“Door” — corgiwhisperer
Kraft Custom Construction
6 Reviews
Kraft Custom Construction Patio Labyrinth
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Mid-century modern kitchen was remodeled and expanded. A wall of sliding doors was designed and installed to bring in natural light. Contemporary colors make the space vibrant. The original 1950s kitchen was about 1/3 the size, and a very cramped, closed-off space. This open concept kitchen is open to
“Flooring” — marystuckemeyer
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Grant Park Kitchen Remodel
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The tiles come from Pental (...) and United Tile (...) in Portland. However, the red glass accent tiles are custom.
What makes a kitchen design modern?
Can you please tell me what kind of tiles you used in this design--they are stunning! Are they a simple linoleum tile cut into a herringbone pattern. Marmoleum? Other? Thanks for your guidance. Beautiful kitchen.
Giulietti Schouten Architects These are custom cabinets made with quarter figured anigre, laid up horizontally with cherry edge banding. The general contractor was JDL Development of Portland Oregon.
cherry edge banding. The general contractor was JDL Development of Portland Oregon.
It is a stainless steel hood by Vent-a-Hood. Model number JDH242c2ss. The general contractor for the project was JDL Development of Portland Oregon
“Tile” — suseg
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
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Karuna Passive House designed by Holst Architecture and built by Hammer & Hand. This high performance home meets the world's most demanding green building certifications. Photo by Jeremy Bittermann.
Passive in Portland This high-performance passive house is sited on a south-facing mountainside in Portland, Oregon. Capitalizing on the solar exposure, the house has a strong visual presence. Anchored by two vertical tower elements, which house the stairs and double-height spaces, the design is a complex
the larger whole is called articulation. Architects use this term frequently, because it’s one of the ways we establish order in design. We express the different building blocks of architecture — the walls, floors, roof and ground planes — to achieve certain effects. Put simply, articulation is expression
“Hout” — maultier
Mosaik Design & Remodeling
9 Reviews
Industrial Chic Basement
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Mosaik Design & Remodeling recently completed a basement remodel in Portland’s SW Vista Hills neighborhood that helped a family of four reclaim 1,700 unused square feet. Now there's a comfortable, industrial chic living space that appeals to the entire family and gets maximum use. Lincoln Barbour Photo
days and which usually get put into some kind of cupboard. I don't see them incorporated into the design, and the cupboards below the screen look too narrow to house them. What happens to a streamlined design like this when you have to think of the practical side of things (like an electrical cord and plug-in
plug-in for the lovely lamp sitting on a rug.) Don't mean to be fussy - just wondering if designers actually plan for these things?
“something like the built in cabinets” — micahider
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