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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Sunset Overlook
Ideabooks11,878
Questions11
Absolutely this can be used as a backsplash in a kitchen. The tile is part of the 'Dimensional' series of Heath Ceramics.
The tile is part of the 'Dimensional' series of Heath Ceramics.
Heath ceramics. Dimensional tile series
Modern dimensional tile
Heath Ceramics Dimensional series
“fireplace tiles” — Trade Design Studio
Kerri Robusto Interiors
7 Reviews
Eclectic Interiors
Ideabooks5,177
Questions9
Form: Form has a three-dimensional look that takes up space and is created by the help of value. Form makes an image more fun to look at and more realistic. A three-dimensional shape is more appealing to a persons eyes than a two-dimensional shape, and it looks more realistic. This
This bedroom shows form because of the three-dimensional tree on the side of the wall. This tree obviously looks a lot more interesting and cool than if you were to paint a flat tree on the wall. This proves that form can give a more realistic and fun look to a room or anything else than a two-dimentional
“Small chair/bench at the end of the beds” — jannelll
Patterson Custom Homes
15 Reviews
Custom Residence
Ideabooks4,014
Questions4
Love the 3 dimensional pics on walls!!!
spacing of pictures to give three dimensional look.
Three dimensional photo frames.
Dimensional photo collection
“concentrated art / photos in corner” — 1300church
Rob Bowen Design Group
5 Reviews
Glass House
Ideabooks561
Questions1
I’m a huge fan of three-dimensional tiles, and these ovals are among my favorites. Admittedly, the nooks and crannies might require a bit more elbow grease to keep clean but, to me
huge fan of three-dimensional tiles, and these ovals are among my favorites. Admittedly, the nooks and crannies might require a bit more elbow grease to keep clean but, to me anyway, the wow factor they add to the kitchen is worth the extra upkeep.Backsplash: 3- by 9-inch Oval Dimensional tile in Poppy from
“backsplash” — ikerka
THOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
Courtyard photos
Ideabooks9,594
Questions3
terminus of this patchwork-quilted lawn is a gorgeous contemporary water feature. Unique and functional, it balances the two-dimensional "floor" with just the right three-dimensional form.
“Square same size as paver, magnolia tree. Or Bamboo.” — rkrj
Paul Cha Architect
2 Reviews
Union Square Loft
Ideabooks1,203
Questions3
3. They speak the language. Because so much information on your project is communicated using two-dimensional drawings, there are many conventions on how plans, sections and elevations are interpreted. Your project revolves around translating the 2-D drawing to 3-D construction using wood studs, insulation
3. They speak the languageBecause so much information on your project is communicated using two-dimensional drawings, there are many conventions on how plans, sections and elevations are interpreted. Your project revolves around translating the 2D drawing
“Bathroom2” — seanjamesburke
Christopher Simmonds Architect
2 Reviews
Gatineau Hills
Ideabooks1,459
Questions2
team members communicate. The vast majority of projects use two-dimensional drawings (as well as written specifications) to communicate a homeowner’s intent to the construction team. This documentation is used to create your three-dimensional structures.This sounds simple enough, but there are many chances
“Beautiful!!!!!” — kayfields
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
hahn egeland residence
Ideabooks2,019
Questions4
team members communicate. The vast majority of projects use two-dimensional drawings (as well as written specifications) to communicate a homeowner’s intent to the construction team. This documentation is used to create three-dimensional structures. This sounds simple enough, but there are many chances
“Cocina” — najupasa
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