10,384 board formed concrete Home Design Photos

WA design
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Berkeley Courtyard House
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have a board form concrete tile (72" x 6" x 1/2") that will give you this poured in place look. It is actually concrete (gfrc, a light weight concrete), not
not another material trying to look like concrete. We created this tile so our clients can have the poured in place look where it was not previously possible
Board-formed-concrete walls. There is nothing more industrial
Board-formed-concrete walls. There is nothing more industrial than concrete. For walls like the ones shown here, timber-built forms are created and filled
filled with concrete. After the concrete partially cures, the forms are removed, leaving unique patterns on the walls. As with the gabion walls, consult
contrast because of the industrial feel of the concrete and the unique, organic pattern of the wooden forms. It is a marriage that is appropriate in woodland
“Nice duo” — janmello
Cornerstone Architects
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Hill Country Residence
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through mixing warm natural finishes such as stained wood with gray tones in concrete and local limestone. The home's program also hinged around using both passive
love the concrete. is it concrete tile or some prefab?
I am going to build my house and I looking for concrete tile for the walls. This photo seems
This look is called "Board Form Concrete", it is traditionally achieved when the house is first made by casting the concrete in place with plywood strips
strips for moulds. However 2Stone has just released its "Board Form Tiles". Our tiles look as thought they were cast in-place but can be easily shipped
closeup of concrete with interesting accent lines
BOARD FORMED CONCRETE GIVES A WARM TEXTURE
Texture of concrete + century plant.
“opening” — Jeff Robson
DeForest Architects
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Courtyard House
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possible. Our product is light weight concrete so you are getting concrete not another material trying to look like concrete. The end result is is a very authentic
cedar boards such as sandblasting to raise the grain?
I love that look too. The Washington State Convention Center is a great example of board-formed
cedar board formed and stained concrete walls
The same board-formed concrete used at the entry is also used indoors. The pocket door fits into a subtle saw-cut slot to close off the powder room, allowing
What is the finish on the concrete?...ed concrete. Thanks for posting.
“walls /sink/tile splash” — chantal interiors
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
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Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
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Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
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What type of wood or form liner was used for this wall?
Nice texture. Is there an integral stain mixed into the concrete such as a Davis color?
board-formed concrete, concrete is poured into forms and left to cure, then the
board form concrete - fire pit to walls...the forms are removed...Wood stamped concrete...board formed concrete...boardform concrete...Board form concret...Like board-formed...Board-Formed Concrete...Board form...possible texture for concrete wall?...BOARD FORM CONCRETE...Board formed
“Board formed concrete” — rfelt
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
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Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
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darken the integral concrete color. Thanks
We are interested in pouring a wall with a similar "board formed" appearance. Thank
Hi, are you aware of what type of concrete sealer was used on this wall or on the poured concrete patio area? I'm looking
Did you use an integral color in the board formed concrete wall? I love the niches and ledges added to the form.
shelves and peek through in board formed concrete
Board Formed Concrete, Exterior wall and Fireplace
“Patio piedras” — marial323
Lake Flato Architects
Hog Pen Creek Residence
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Lake Flato carport. Board formed concrete fencing
Board-formed-concrete walls define the motor court at
board formed concrete walls define motor court
Board-formed-concrete walls define the motor court at the front of the house and double as pool fencing for the lap pool beyond. The concrete cube is storage
walls. Board formed, and looking good.
“hidden parking” — erodgers
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Feldman Architecture
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I am assuming this is a poured concrete wall...How did you achieve the wood grain texture? Did you use prefab form liners? If so, who was the manufacturer
stairs... we are also doing modern design stairs with glass, wood, steel and concrete. May I ask you to pass by our web site if you are working on a modern exclusive
Its board formed concrete. We have just put out a tile product that mimics this look, unfortunately I don't have any professional photos yet but you can
check out one on our facebook page " 2Stone Designer Concrete" ... It is a light weight concrete product that easily ships and can be installed by any
board formed concrete, douglas fir stairs, railing
exposed concrete board panels - faux
“Yup” — tkitsch
Huettl Landscape Architecture
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... got a cost estimate of $30.00 per square foot for board formed concrete. This sounds way out of line and is more than natural stone. What is a reasonable
Looking at the form strip timing, does tooling a curved (radiused) top edge at inside & outside edges require tooling prior to the form strip? I can't
Those are board-formed concrete planters. Horsetails can be very invasive otherwise.
Those are just board forms. 2x6 I believe.
lot of factors that go into building a concrete retaining wall. You should expect to pay $60 sq.ft for a concrete retaining wall. If you are going to add
using rough wood forms instead of smooth
interesting design from form boards in concrete walls.
Discussion of $30/ sq ft for board formed concrete walls.
“wood plank look concrete” — lmchang8
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