83,302 concrete and foam Home Design Photos

Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
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Thayer Residence
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Hello. Can you provide the name of the contractor you used for your concrete poured-in-place fireplace
The concrete subcontractor for this project is Rivera Concrete - they did a wonderful job.
A qualified concrete subcontractor should be familiar with the board form process, so that's
poured in lifts and the grain/texture of the boards are imprinted on the concrete for an interesting modern/industrial feeling. Good luck with your project
Beautiful!! What would i call that design if i hired a concrete guy to do this on my fireplace?
like the poured concrete fireplace look...
that concrete fireplace and the pillar in the window - love them!
“Gray wood fireplace” — mrsubk
Carolyn Wesling
Wesling Construction
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I love the look of the concrete and foam blocks! Can you tell me where you can purchase
Are the planter stands pure concrete or framed and made to look like they are?
specialty concrete products like that, our website is ... if your interested in purchasing any.
They are made out of concrete and I had them made. They built the forms, then placed foam in the middle to take up space so they wouldn't
Concrete blocks to raise planters Concrete and foam center planter Foxtail fern with a trailing plant
Nice Pergola softens the concrete. Also love the raised planters.
bowls, filled with interesting, textural plants and displayed on dramatic concrete cubes, give this space a distinct point of view.Welcome to my foyer!
“arbor” — hollyiosso
Arcanum Architecture
Felton Gables
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it's poured concrete, you can see the impression of the individual boards used to build the
could be interesting, and add some more wood warmth to our mass of stained concrete
Concrete in foam board again?
“Foyer ceiling idea” — russellcooper
Cornerstone Architects
25 Reviews
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
elements include geothermal heating/cooling, rainwater harvesting, spray foam insulation, high efficiency glazing, recessing lower spaces into the hillside
concrete siding texture and spacing of groves
Concrete tile that looks like dark wood
“Views” — Riziki House-Okon
manufacturer of precast concrete & foam designs
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los altos hills
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manufacturer of precast concrete & foam designs
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atherthon ca.
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