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Chan Architecture Pty Ltd
Brighton Residence
Ideabooks1,000
Questions1
The design of louvers, screens and other types of shades should take exposure into account: Which direction does the window face? Shades for south-facing windows (in the northern hemisphere), for example, should be horizontal to address the
design of louvers, screens and other types of shades should take exposure into account: Which direction does the window face? Shades for south-facing windows (in the northern hemisphere), for example, should be horizontal to address the
The design of louvers, screens and other types of shades should take exposure into account: Which direction does the window face? Shades for south-facing windows (in the northern hemisphere), for example, should be horizontal to address the high sun, but a western facade (such as the one shown here)
“Shutters” — menawi
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Master bedroom
Ideabooks8,052
Questions13
The finished opening is then sized to account for the reduced clearance.
room to mount the pull and allow for someone in a wheelchair or walker to open and close the door more easily. The finished opening is then sized to account for the reduced clearance.
room to mount the pull and allow for someone in a wheelchair or walker to open and close the door more easily. The finished opening is then sized to account for the reduced clearance.
“Pocket doors with large handle” — lyndamiret
Elizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
2 Reviews
Vermont Lake Home
Ideabooks1,686
Questions1
Cable Guardrails: Feeney makes the most recognizable brands - CableRail. Space my cables at slightly less than 4 inches to account for cable sag midspan.
Vertical posts should be rigid enough to withstand the tightening of the cables. I always equally space my cables at slightly less than 4 inches to account for cable sag midspan. Opt for thin verticals to complement the low profile of the cabling. They can be made quite thin if fabricated from steel.
Vertical posts should be rigid enough to withstand the tightening of the cables. I always equally space my cables at slightly less than 4 inches to account for cable sag midspan. Opt for thin verticals to complement the low profile of the cabling. They can be made quite thin if fabricated from steel. The
“cable railings” — rlk1
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TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Enivronmentally Friendly
Ideabooks1,859
Questions4
the U.S. That way your warranty will still protect you if the manufacturer goes belly up. o Doesn’t outsource installation. There will be more accountability if things don’t go according to plan. o Is licensed and bonded, and no major complaints have been filed with the Better Business Bureau. o Can
the U.S. That way your warranty will still protect you if the manufacturer goes belly up. Doesn’t outsource installation. There will be more accountability if things don’t go according to plan. Is licensed and bonded, and no major complaints have been filed with the Better Business Bureau.
in the U.S. That way your warranty will still protect you if the manufacturer goes belly up. •Doesn’t outsource installation. There will be more accountability if things don’t go according to plan. •Is licensed and bonded, and no major complaints have been filed with the Better Business Bureau. •Can supply
“Almost not noticeable PV, nice” — thrak
Robert Young Architects
Deck
Ideabooks921
Questions3
solid wall element combined with an upper, more open element. The wind-screening capability is nice, as is the sense of enclosure. Don’t forget to account for the deck drainage with solid wall systems, either via a scupper or internal roof drains.
diversity of a lower solid wall element combined with an upper, more open element. The wind-screening capability is nice, as is the sense of enclosure. account for the deck drainage with solid wall systems, either via a scupper or internal roof drains.
solid wall element combined with an upper, more open element. The wind-screening capability is nice, as is the sense of enclosure. Don’t forget to account for the deck drainage with solid wall systems, either via a scupper or internal roof drains.
“deck wall, combination wall and cable.” — rubenclayton
RLake Construction
5 Reviews
Combs Residence
Ideabooks79
Questions0
Located in Beautiful Ennis Montana, this 10,000 sq ft custom designed home is nestled along Jack Creek. 7 Bedroom, 10 Bath, 4 fireplaces, game room, and chapel surrounded by pond, with reclaimed oak flooring throughout.
“like the ladder” — Jacs Construction
John K. Anderson Design
11 Reviews
Pacific Heights
Ideabooks105
Questions0
“Stark sisal rug” — kelstew81
Erin Lang Norris
Fire Pit DIY
Ideabooks636
Questions1
cap stones. I set the fire brick and mortared it together. While building the fire pit I left a few small gaps for ventilation, which I took into account when placing the fire brick. I ended up with three narrow gaps for airflow when all was said and done. If I were to do it over, I wouldn't do that
cap stones. I set the fire brick and mortared it together. While building the fire pit I left a few small gaps for ventilation, which I took into account when placing the fire brick. I ended up with three narrow gaps for airflow when all was said and done. If I were to do it over, I wouldn't do that
“bomber fire ring” — David Iannuzzi
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