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Coates Design Architects Seattle
25 Reviews
Olympia Residence
Ideabooks1,242
Questions2
Doug Patt describes in How to Architect, "Architecture is the art of putting materials together." One of the terms we architects use to describe this is "juncture
8. We do our best to provide a pricing structure that is transparent. Architects charge in a variety of ways: hourly (around $100 to $160 per hour, or
detailed, a leak causing all sorts of headaches may result. When your architect starts to talk about the juncture between materials, ask how each will
Patt describes in How to Architect, "Architecture is the art of putting materials together." One of the terms we architects use to describe this is "juncture
detailed, a leak causing all sorts of headaches may result. When your architect starts to talk about the juncture between materials, ask how each will
“the breeks” — ab216323
Moroso Construction
3 Reviews
North Beach Residence
Ideabooks2,464
Questions4
Paulette Taggart Architects l Alissa Lillie, Interior Design l Structural Design Engineers l Bruce Damonte Photography
Architects prefer drawers over cabinets with a shelf.
Cabinet or Drawer? Although cabinets often cost less than drawers, these architects all
drawers more comfortable to use than lower shelving behind doors," says architect Heather McKinney in Austin, Texas. For Ogawa, deciding whether to use
Although cabinets often cost less than drawers, these architects all agree that deep and wide drawers tend to be more useful. They allow
drawers more comfortable to use than lower shelving behind doors," says architect Heather McKinney in Austin, Texas. For Ogawa, deciding whether to use
Cabinet or Drawer?Although cabinets often cost less than drawers, these architects all agree that deep and wide drawers tend to be more useful. They allow
“pretty, light cabs” — joshuakurtz
Meditch Murphey Architects
1 Review
Trees on the Roof
Ideabooks614
Questions1
seen in most rooms. Contemporary Hall by Meditch Murphey Architects Meditch Murphey Architects SaveEmail A passion vine (Passiflora sp) climbs from the
The architects assigned a color or group of colors to each floor of the primarily white
Having completed a 100 percent net-zero, LEED Platinum-certified home, the architects had experience designing a sustainable and innovative home. With this
bridging. They also leave more room in the wall cavities for insulation. The architects insulated the walls with recycled cotton bat insulation and spray-foam
Having completed a 100 percent net-zero, LEED Platinum-certified home, the architects had experience designing a sustainable and innovative home. With this
“plants growing” — twasmer
Bagnato Architects
1 Review
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
Ideabooks5,428
Questions9
that are 3 bottles deep. Hope this helps, Regards, Dominic Bagnato ARCHITECT
ready to put out a new product catalog. Credit would be given to Bagnato Architects if used. Please email me at Rebecca@vintageview.com if you're interested
standard fee that you pay for using the photo? Regards Dominic Bagnato ARCHITECT
Australia called Macphees Their website is ... Regards Dominic Bagnato ARCHITECT
wall of your home to it. This wall of wine designed by Victoria’s Bagnato Architects, has the capacity to hold more than 500 bottles. The dramatic feature
“Onyx in dining room” — loridensmore
SeARCH Architecture and Urban Planning
Villa Vals.jpg
Ideabooks4,728
Questions6
Villa Vlas by Christian Muller Architects and SeArch, Switzerland 2008
6. Villa Vals, by Christian Muller Architects and SeArch, Switzerland (2008) Villa Vals is a modern take on the su
dwellings of old. Due to the particular sensitivity of the site, the architects buried the house deep into a steep hillside, leaving the surrounding nature
6. Villa Vals, by Christian Muller Architects and SeArch, Switzerland (2008) Villa Vals is a modern take on the subterranean
house in integrating and becoming part of the landscape.Here we’ll see how architects have responded to various challenges arising from building in sensitive
y harsh environments.Villa Vals, Switzerland (2008), Christian Muller Architects and SeArchVilla Vals is a modern take on the subterranean dwellings of
“odd” — martinumholtz
Bagnato Architects
1 Review
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION MOONEE PONDS
Ideabooks3,900
Questions11
Moonee Ponds they will know what project it is. Regards, Dominic Bagnato ARCHITECT
Their website address is ... Hope this helps. Regards, Dominic Bagnato ARCHITECT
the frame. Hope this has been of help to you. Regards, Dominic Bagnato ARCHITECT
would love to colaborate on some future projects. Regards, Dominic Bagnato ARCHITECT
Since it was a very insular building, the architect worked to connect the space to the backyard. Large windows now open to
Since it was a very insular building, the architect worked to connect the space to the backyard. Large windows now open to the swimming pool and picturesque
Since it was a very insular building, the architects worked to connect the space to the backyard. Large windows now open to
“big windows” — cjsunderland
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
Ideabooks4,781
Questions2
designers, not gardeners. There is a common misconception that landscape architects build and maintain landscapes. We would all love to spend more time around
around plants and gardens, but the reality is that landscape architects spend a good chunk of time at the drawing table and the computer to design and manage
other professionals. Yes, we do get to visit sites, and most landscape architects are habitual nursery and garden visitors, but we do not do the pruning
landscapes, and gardeners and landscape workers perform maintenance. Landscape architects often collaborate directly with landscape contractors to ensure that projects
designers, not gardeners. There is a common misconception that landscape architects build and maintain landscapes. We would all love to spend more time around
“Shelves” — teamautry
SKD Architects
12 Reviews
Edina on Parade
Ideabooks7,417
Questions22
in the lower level. Thanks for the question. Steve Kleineman, AIA SKD Architects, Inc.
there are varieties that can be used outside. Steve Kleineman, AIA SKD Architects, Inc.
drywall behind the glass. Good question. Thanks, Steve Kleineman, AIA SKD Architects, Inc.
a Bedford limestone with a rock faced edge. Steve Kleineman, AIA SKD Architects, Inc.
“Nice look” — Abigail Campbell
What are the materials?
The Hermann Park (Houston, Texas) gazebo pillars are hand carved limestone from Mexico with the original quarry texture at the bases ascending to finished...
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