11,017 Section Details and Elevations Home Design Photos

Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
5 Reviews
Interiors
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Glass Elevator and Staircase Builder: Falcon Homes Photography: Jason Brown
The consultant for the elevator design is Edgett Williams Consulting Group out of Mill Valley, California. The contact is Thom Chiaramonte.
It was amazing! I've never seen a glass elevator in a home before.
exactly how i want my stairs and elevator
OHH EMM GEE , OUR STAIRSS && ELEVATOR :O
“elevator” — livehighstyle
Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
incredibly green home of chevy chase
Ideabooks2,175
Questions1
Elevation for kitchen & dining room. Also like columns.
benched up still open concept but separate section
Sectioned off high room
The elevated Dining Area.
Elevated dining area
elevated dining wthout pillars
I like the elevation
Dining elevation...Elevated floor
“Wood Paneling, Stare Case and Cup Board.” — mustafiz
Kendall Wilkinson Design
1 Review
Pacific Hillside Retreat
Ideabooks16,436
Questions17
This sofa is exactly what I'm looking for and I don't see that the question has yet been answered. Can you tell us where we can find this sectional? Thanks!
Where can I purchase this sectional
LOVE THE SECTIONAL, CAN YOU FORWARD O/S MEASUREMENTS
This is a custom designed sectional that we had made for our client.
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beige sectional and I am having a hard time deciding on how to design around the sectional.
Not sure if you ever got an answer. I have this sofa from Arhaus and its the Garner sectional. Its an amazing piece and you can customize configuration with the store. It looks like an exact match.
“curtains - nice and light in color” — joyjamie
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Moore Architects, PC
Porter Street Bungalow
Ideabooks19,408
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left side elevations were the first indication of an original bungalow form. Yet the swooping roof, so characteristic of the period, was terminated at the front by a first floor enclosure that had almost no penetrations and presented an unwelcoming face. Original timber beams buried within the enclosed mass
door, the sections on either side of the door, and the trimwork around these sections? Thank you!
exterior details versus a more traditional build?
level of detail. I would use those numbers as a guide to estimate how much your renovation would cost. I hope this helps! Good luck with your home!
home. The details and trim work in a Craftsman style home add more material, which adds more labor and cost. For example, in a Craftsman home you might want to put up solid traditional wainscoting in the dining room. Adding this wainscoting might cost an extra $5,000 onto the total construction. I hope
“Windows, walkway” — fishcamp44
Isler Homes
1 Review
Greenbrier Exterior
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slate. The elevation is Cast Stone. The sidewalk is Leuters Limestone inset with Pennsylvania Bluestone.
is the elevation made out of? What type of stone?
the side elevation. I am interested in the details of the gable in the house front. and I would like to see how much the gable extend and it is relation to the columns in the front. thank you. Georges Chahine, Riyadh Saudi Arabia. e-mail: georges1.chahine@gmail.com
This elevation does not contain any
Secondary elevations would refer to all elevations other than the front. The doors and windows are various sizes.
changing the elevation. The grand proportions of the home are based on the overall width and the portico width in proportion to the height as well as the 5 across door layout. This home is 58 feet wide and 35 feet tall.
“Colour of windows” — graingy75
jamesthomas, LLC
11 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
Ideabooks18,906
Questions15
purchase the sectionals? Do they come as sofa's too?.
What is on the wall behind the sectionals?
on the sectionals as well as, if you could tell me where I can purchase the two small benches & the stand (not sure what it is called) on the side of the sectional.
love this sectional, especialy the back treatment!
Whats great about those sectionals is that they allow entry into the living area. In a confined space, as is mine, I must walk around to get to the sitting area. With the split sectional they also allow for better placement of lighting.
these sectionals. this configuration is perfect for my living room space. kuchizuke@hotmail.com.
Greetings. We have received so many requests for these sectionals that our firm is now starting to fabricate them. Please let us know if we can help.
“la ciudad” — Andre Guerrero
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Mediterranean Splendor
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different elevations, the color, outdoor spaces
different sections together. Both the color and shape of the house also tie it into the house.
different sections together. Both the color and shape of the house also tie it into the surrounding hills and landscaping.
Scale and proportion. These are two of the easiest tools to use incorrectly. Who hasn't seen an ill-proportioned elevation or room? Maybe the columns are too thin or the windows
“MULTI-LEVELS” — David Youngman
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
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steel sections get super hot? I am obsessed with this look, but have concerns for plants, children and dogs playing outside in the summer. Also, did you treat the metal with anything to keep it a charcoal color versus rust? Thank you!
grade elevations - better if stone
changes in elevation. Note the crisp edges and intentional battering of the vertical planes. Battering the retaining walls this way makes for a stronger wall, as the overturning force is greatest at the base, and the wall is positioned in a way to restrain that force. True in material and form, the steel
“Wall” — blacksheep42
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