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Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Glenwood Residence
Ideabooks34,604
Questions24
could you also offer interior designing in the philippines?
“Colors” — kyeampo88
Bruce Wright
Bernal Heights Residence
Ideabooks66,043
Questions26
Was the architect at all inspired by the building at 1525 E Drachman? What a small world to see a beautiful home on this site, and have known the architect. Captain Candybar.
Our current home is modern and we'd like to stay with this style of home for our future homes. Could you give us the name of the architect and the builder of this home? We may be interested in contacting them to build our future home. Thanks!
the exterior?” “Our current home is modern and we'd like to stay with this style of home for our future homes. Could you give us the name of the architect and the builder of this home? We” “There are two types of wood you could use for exterior: Ipe or Redwood. Redwood takes the stain better and lasts
“Exterior” — jbucha1
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Port Ludlow House
Ideabooks14,458
Questions10
PRO FINNE Architects Hi, The metal siding profile from AEP Span was Nu-Wave Corrugated and then another, wider profile. I did not consider aluminum, but it is an interesting
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should turn to an architect when you want ensure that your project has beauty, utility, and economy. Architects can work with challenging sites, listen to your needs and wants, and express them in a unique design perfectly tailored to you. Choosing to go with an experienced architect from the beginning
Referrals. As many professionals do, architects get much of their business through word of mouth. Ask family, friends and professional colleagues for referrals. Is there a particular home you admire? A knock on the door could yield an introduction to your future architect. Find one on Houzz. Houzz is not
“Architecture” — scout1995
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Olympia Residence
Ideabooks1,112
Questions2
Juncture." As 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." How materials intersect influences how the building will age and
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 $60 to $90 per hour for support tasks like drafting); a lump sum; a percentage
example, if the juncture between the siding and a window or door isn't properly 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 be detailed to result in a well-crafted home.
“Floors” — jpeterjenkins
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
9 Reviews
Prospect Heights Row House
Ideabooks647
Questions1
Delson or Sherman Architects pcSave to IdeabookEmail Photo The rear wall of the home is covered by a thin layer of concrete. It was simply troweled over a damaged-beyond-repair
technique call parging) to keep it from cracking. The sun playing over the stone-like surface looks dramatic. “It looks kind of like a church,” says the architect.
Delson or Sherman Architects pc Save to Ideabook Email Photo The rear wall of the home is covered by a thin layer of concrete. It was simply troweled over a damaged-beyond-repair
technique call parging) to keep it from cracking. The sun playing over the stone-like surface looks dramatic. “It looks kind of like a church,” says the architect.The open shelves above and to the right of the table act as the rear wall of the bedroom. “I was going to cover the back of the shelves with something
“cool wall finish” — wolffinflorida
Jim Tetro
1 Review
Private Residence
Ideabooks11,889
Questions10
Architect: Amy Gardner Gardner/Mohr Architects ...
house. I photographed it. Please refer to Gardner/Mohr Architects.
This is not my house. I photographed it. Please refer to Gardner/Mohr Architects.
t wall panel by Kalwall. Thanks for the question, Gardner Mohr Architects LLC.
Thanks for the kind words. Jim (Tetro) is the photographer who posted the photo, and I (Amy Gardner, Gardner Mohr Architects) am the architect. Check out our profile page on Houzz!
I am the photographer, not the architect, please be in touch with Amy Gardner at Garner/Mohr Architects.com
sinkArchitect: Amy Gardner Gardner/Mohr Architects ...: Amy Gardner Gardner/Mohr Architects ...
“Like the sky light in shower” — chamoune
Horst Architects
4 Reviews
Caya
Ideabooks10,189
Questions8
Seriously sourisouri... you asked for the plans? Uhm....how do you think Architects make a living? You have big balls, dude!
Steven Corley Randel, Architect added this to Must-Have Book: ‘A Field Guide to American Houses’ DécoupageOnce you recognize the découpage style, you will see that it’s quite common
materials with planes offset to emphasize floors and the functions of spaces. McAlester explains that an abundance of finishes available to contemporary architects created this style and is encouraging this trend.Here dark stained horizontal wood plank siding sharply contrasts light gray limestone and cream-colored
materials with planes offset to emphasize floors and the functions of spaces. McAlester explains that an abundance of finishes available to contemporary architects created this style and is encouraging this trend.Here dark stained horizontal wood plank siding sharply contrasts light gray limestone and cream-colored
“Wood color” — jselack
Bagnato Architects
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
Ideabooks7,496
Questions6
HI Jules, Thanks for the wonderful comments, I really appreciate you taking the time to write them. Regards, Dominic Bagnato ARCHITECT
whatever the visual language is, it speaks to me! It's unique character adds to the appeal of the home. It's creator is obviously an extremely talented architect.
away on vacation with my family and have just got back. I just wanted to say thankyou for such a wonderful compliment. Regards, Dominic Bagnato Architect
distinguish old and new structures. Take the example shown here: a historic church from 1892 that architect Dominic Bagnato added on to with a supermodern structure. “The view taken by Australian architects and, in fact, enforced by local government is that additions must not imitate but clearly stand
“Love the old with the new” — bec_rostron
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