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Michael Abrams Limited
20 Reviews
2011 Dream Home Bedroom at Merchandise Mart
Ideabooks159K
Questions173
I noticed you mentioned the bed being from Bright. Could you please specify if this is a designer or store. I have not had luck finding the bed through searching Bright furniture on Google. I would appreicate your help
inspiration for our bedroom but this room uses Pashmina for trim which will be different from the rest of the house. Is that ok in your eyes as a designer?
Who designed the fireplace surround? Can it be purchased?
I have been obsessed with this room since seeing it in chicago! finally I get to design on a dime it, since we purchased a new home. I would love your recommendation for paint colors to closely match the walls in the bedroom, and a metallic
house where each room was done by a different designer.
“CUARTO PRINCIPAL” — gwalbaum
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Lake Iosco House exterior
Ideabooks3,445
Questions6
Countertops, Slate Bathroom Floors, Hot Rolled Black Steel Cladding Aluminum Clad Wood Windows with Low E, Insulated Glass, Architects: Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz Project Architect: Kristen Mason Manufacturer: Simplex Industries Project Coordinator: Jason Drouse Engineer: Lynne Walshaw P.E., Greg Sloditskie
What an architect does: Architects design buildings and often oversee their construction. When to hire one: Architects work with their clients to develop unique home designs that meet the requirements of a building site, as well as their clients'
scratch or altering your home's footprint, building codes may require that an architect or engineer sign off on plans before construction starts, so check whether this is true in your city or state. What it will cost: Architects' fees vary widely according to the project type, location and many other factors
“Container” — Paskalee
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Niagara Vineyard Renovation
Ideabooks1,680
Questions2
LEM Piston Stool | Design Within Reach
only the design and appearance but the ordering, installation and hardware selection. It goes without saying just how much we architects and designers love ordered systems.
single cabinet module and putting it to work everywhere, you simplify not only the design and appearance but the ordering, installation and hardware selection. It goes without saying just how much we architects and designers love ordered systems.
single cabinet module and putting it to work everywhere, you simplify not only the design and appearance but the ordering, installation and hardware selection. It goes without saying just how much we architects and designers love ordered systems.
“cabinet color” — jbendy
Modal Design
Walnut Residence
Ideabooks5,688
Questions3
Modal DesignSaveEmail 1. The Thick Wall Walls are one of the fundamental components of an architect’s design palette, and quite often architects like to think of cabinetry as a really thick wall. Typical cabinet depths range from
enters, with open shelving above and closed cabinetry below. It quickly transitions to a more solid zone as one enters the living area beyond. The architects have used this to create two spatial effects. First, in the more horizontally compressed entry and stair area, the cabinetry is more open, which
1. The Thick WallWalls are one of the fundamental components of an architect’s design palette, and quite often architects like to think of cabinetry as a really thick wall. Typical cabinet depths range from 12 to 24 inches, so compared with a standard
“floating shelves” — ggandrea
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Parisian Modern Flat - Pacific Heights
Ideabooks3,716
Questions12
Is the sofa custom designed? Who is the manufacturer? Gorgeous!
Multi-Sided (4 sides) Seating Sofa Design Layout
has seating on all four sides,” says the architect. “It knits the room together.”
The architect’s design was delicately balanced. ‘By using classic cornicing and a herringbone-patterned floor, we referenced the era in which the house was built,’ the architect says. A sofa with multi-sided seating has
The architect staged a delicate design balance. “By using classic molding and a herringbone-patterned floor, we referenced the era in which the house was built,” the architect says. A sofa with multisided seating has decidedly modernist attributes; it allows people to relax and enjoy the contemporary
“Plant” — acpoon87
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Westlight House
Ideabooks3,655
Questions5
l interest in square design along with overhang. Would not want so many windows on front.
Balcony provides some archiectural interest in square design along with overhang. Would not want so many windows on front.
Great design. Narrow. Too modern inside. The neighbors would revolt.
1. Choose a design professional. To create a plan and detailed scope of work, most homeowners hire either an architect or interior designer, and sometimes both. Every company does things a little differently, and design licensing varies in each state. Many designers work on projects that don’t involve
also offer assistance with material and color selections. Architects may take on a wide range of work, or work only on floor plans and permits, and leave the details of the electrical plan, baths and kitchen to another designer. Selecting a design professional usually starts with an in-person meeting,
“paint color and wood siding” — jamielmollas
SLADE ARCHITECTURE
Kenig Residence Stairs
Ideabooks4,636
Questions5
The architects at Slade Architecture in New York gave a family the ability to display a large number of photos in an asymmetrical display by lining a stair wall
This is a chance for you to listen to your potential client describe the design problem in his own words and for him to ask you questions. He is gathering information to make an informed decision. Your skill as an architect or designer is directly tied to how well you frame the problem. Be sure to listen
room. Talking about what you love to do should incite passion and confidence in you and (by design) the client. Most people are unfamiliar and intimidated by the process of working with an architect or a designer — this is an opportunity for you to set the client at ease.Chemistry. Perhaps most important
“Open Stairway” — kalojohn
Jose Garcia Design
1 Review
Schon House
Ideabooks3,610
Questions3
described. It can be capped at a not-to-exceed number or tied to project milestones (for example, hourly until design development is complete). The actual rate is determined by the architect or designer’s level of experience and the prevailing rates in your area, and there are of course mathematical formulas
for, and tensions can arise when a client is surprised by an unusually large monthly bill. Designers work a lot of hours, which leads to either large bills for our clients or an internal struggle for the designer when trying to decide what the invoice should be revised down to in order to avoid a conflict
There’s not much to distract you from this Cincinnati bedroom’s tree-filled views other than architect Jose Garcia’s use of local wood. The room’s floors and ceilings are fashioned from ash harvested onsite. The columns are white oak, salvaged from a fallen barn in the area, with texture worked in with
“Columns” — cvntstscrty
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