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Platform 5 Architects
Shoffice
Ideabooks4,991
Questions1
people out there who understand the design and technical lingo, so it’s an architect’s job to guide you through this process. ‘Some clients are highly visually
says Stephen Fletcher, ‘but others are less so. This means that, as an architect, it often becomes about trying to understand where the client is coming
“This is unique” — 56jakhar31
Marina Rubina, Architect
2 Reviews
Quarry Street House
Ideabooks9,638
Questions8
is fine to use the photo in your blog as long as you give credit to the Architect and photographer "Todd Mason, Halkin Photography".
Marina Rubina, Architect Thank you for your interest. The floor tile is natural slate. We got 16x16
Mudroom floor: Architect Marina Rubina cut 16-inch-square tiles of natural slate (Brazil Gray from
g about the floor in this modern mudroom is the way it was installed. Architect Marina Rubina cut 16-inch-square tiles of natural slate (Brazil Gray from
“hardware and slate transition to hardwood” — mmassic
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Small Norman Home
Ideabooks2,468
Questions8
Hoachlander Davis Photography, LLC Principal Architect: Anthony "Ankie" Barnes, AIA, LEED AP Project Architect: Ellen Hatton, AIA
Hoachlander Davis Photography, LLC Principal Architect: Anthony "Ankie" Barnes, AIA, LEED AP Project Architect: Ellen Hatton, AIA
“idea for kitchen diner” — Raymond Hodge
Mihaly Slocombe
5 Reviews
Basser House
Ideabooks1,746
Questions2
Authentic materials. “Materials should have authenticity to them,” says architect Lisa Little, who designed this bathroom. “If the material is wood, it should
The architects echoed the gables of the original structure but shaped the ceiling to
structure. It encompasses a dining area, kitchen and living area.The architects echoed the gables of the original structure but shaped the ceiling to
The architects at Mihaly Slocombe used the ceiling to direct light to the living areas
“love the glass walls” — damariasenne
Sandberg Schoffel Architects
Laggan Church
Ideabooks690
Questions0
less glamorous; it was used as a sheep's barn for over 50 years. When architect Michael Sandberg feasted his eyes on it, he saw the light. Now the building
less glamorous; it was used as a sheep's barn for over 50 years. When architect Michael Sandberg feasted his eyes on it, he saw the light. Now the building
still carried with them.WHY WE LOVE IT: In the infamous words of English architect and theorist AWN Pugin, “Waste not, want not”. This building makes use
“Baptist brewery chapel” — annww
Bagnato Architects
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
Ideabooks8,295
Questions12
scheme & everyone loved it. Hope this helps, Regards, Dominic Bagnato Architect.
address is: dominic@bagnatoarchitecture.com.au Regards Dominic Bagnato ARCHITECT
address is: dominic@bagnatoarchitecture.com.au Regards, Dominic Bagnato ARCHITECT
Bagnato Architects
“Add yextire” — suepre1962
RMT Architects
8 Reviews
Hat Trick
Ideabooks3,641
Questions2
spearhead timberworks and designed and detailed into the custom home by RMT Architects. The trees are treated with a clear lacquer. If you would like further
again, love the wood. Also love the way the architect echoed the graceful shape of the trees with the arching of the ceiling
sees, is that the trees themselves got a different life. According to RMT architect Chad C. Salter, “The trees were standing dead and would have most likely
sees, is that the trees themselves got a different life. According to RMT architect Chad C. Salter, “The trees were standing dead and would have most likely
“wood” — tony3mal
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Connecting spaces upstairs
Ideabooks23,910
Questions14
previous year’s projects, and have a fall party at our office for clients and architects. It’s a great way to see everyone, and it keeps our company at the top
have. Now it’s up to you to decide if it’s a good fit and then move ahead.Architects and designers. Design professionals want and need to have contractors
they trust to build the great projects they design. Most architects would rather their clients hire a contractor who they know does good work, rather
cost, and they are usually ready to build within the next six months. Architects almost always refer people to companies of similar size and with similar
“cottage look; not the metal roof” — mamesgil
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