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splyce design
Amazing architecture ... Steel, concrete & glass
Garden stop Concrete
Contemporary Glass/Concrete House
poured concrete walls
Concrete floor...Concrete steps
“Contemporary style” — ichadha
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Mark and Betsy
Love the concrete edging and have been trying to find out to accomplis
Love your concrete edging and have been trying to find a photo of this exact look! Can you please share how you
stairs of concrete slabs
Floating stairs up slope, concrete
concrete steps...Concrete stairs
“fence” — reeder0023
Pool Environments, Inc.
16 Reviews
Koi Pond/Water Garden-HGTV Amazing Water Homes
I love the gravel and concrete!
white pebbles with darker concrete pads
thats a nice look on the concrete - right color, nice "hewn" edge on the coping...
concrete steps across pond
concrete with trees...concrete slabs
“استفاده از نیلفر آبی” — baranzand
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
19 Reviews
Rear elevation of Glencoe solar LEED Platinum home
The location is along the St-Laurence river in Québec citie, the front of the house is facing South I would like to eat the concrete floor with the solor system Is it possible? Thanks Pauline D.
radiant concrete floor system, you can do that two different ways. Either you add baseboard hydronic heaters around the perimeter of the rooms, or you can set the radiant tubes within the concrete. Obviously, if you want to put them into the concrete, you need to do this before you pour the concrete floors
floors. There isn't a good way to do that if your concrete floors are existing. You would also want to put rigid insulation under the concrete slab to help retain the heat into your home and not heating the earth under your home. For a cost, that will vary by region. I can only tell you that hear in
“Solar panel” — kburrowes
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
finish while providing a warm setting for daily life was accomplished 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 and active green features. Sustainable elements include geothermal
everything. wood, concrete floors, glass, the earthiness of it all
“Third bedroom” — Ajna Freedom
Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
E. 8th Street House
floors are sealed concrete and the base trim clear aluminum. Where walls are not exposed CMU, they are painted white. By design, the fireplace provides a singular source of warmth, the gas flame emanating from a bed of crushed glass, surrounded on three sides by a polished concrete hearth.
Did you use an insulated concrete block?
For structural reasons the blocks are filled solid with concrete. The block walls actually are mostly interior (the central spine of the building is block), so they don’t make up a large percentage of the exterior, which is principally stick framed
“Stucco block look” — Nathan Offerdahl
Andrew Snow Photography
Covered Outdoor Patio
Are the three large slabs in front of the window concrete?
Poured concrete with a slight broom finish
Outside, a concrete deck and slatted wood roof create boundaries to define the patio. The slats cut down on the harsh summer sun, cooling both the patio and the living room inside. The fireplace mantel extends outdoors, wrapping to conceal a charcoal grill where the couple often grill an impromptu dinner
“Parrilla” — Lucas Bigiatti
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Exterior, master bathroom added in zig-zag because of setbacks
concrete and gravel/ back side of house?
random size concrete pads in gravel
Concrete extension with rocks to form patio
Concrete step down
“Grey and brown” — annrowley
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