124,809 double-jointed Home Design Photos

Barton Woodworks
Painted kitchen
Ideabooks264
Questions2
Backsplash and double jointed pot filler
“kitchen” — Melba Carter
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Huettl
Ideabooks5,388
Questions3
paving, cracking can be minimized by installing control joints when the concrete is placed. Control joints are essentially planned cracks that allow for movement
paving, cracking can be minimized by installing control joints when the concrete is placed. Control joints are essentially planned cracks that allow for movement
movement caused by temperature changes and drying shrinkage. Handled well, joints can become an opportunity to line up and link various elements of the design
Here dry-laid concrete pavers provide ribbons of interest within 6-inch joints.
Dry laid pavers in control joints...Small blocks in joints for drainage
“Might as well have them make raised beds outside while they're at it. Also I want a raised planter” — lynne1martin
Janof Architecture
2 Reviews
Front Elevation
Ideabooks3,679
Questions6
its application, so it will never need painting. And the joints you see are the expansion joints, which were left exposed to highlight the geometry of the
flush with the stucco. Notice the stucco expansion joints. With out layout we could use expansion joint to create some detailing on the house.
control joints on the front elevation of this house reinforce the difference between the small windows and the larger ones to the right. The joints create
Control joints in the stucco ?
“Colors Mom likes? Light stucco with dark windows?” — ck71
Frederick County Furniture and Accessories
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Merzbau Design Collective
1 Review
Casa Corbino - AIA Austin Homes Tour 2013
Ideabooks5,169
Questions4
Site sealed wood floor seals joints to prevent
A favorite flooring material for kitchens, wood is more forgiving on our joints than stone, ceramic, porcelain or concrete. It also looks and feels warmer
installation, but by sealing it after installation you also seal up the joints, preventing water and dirt from collecting in them. Material cost: $5 to
installation, but by sealing it after installation you also seal up the joints, preventing water and dirt from collecting in them.
WoodA favorite flooring material for kitchens, wood is more forgiving on our joints than stone, ceramic, porcelain or concrete. It also looks and feels warmer
installation, but by sealing it after installation you also seal up the joints, preventing water and dirt from collecting in them.Material cost: $5 to
“book shelves” — Brandi Fisher
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Caudill Lane
Ideabooks5,962
Questions11
application as the grout joints appear to be 1/16". Typically grout joints an 1/8" or less should be non-sanded and grout joints an 1/8" or bigger should
sanded. Grout joints that are 1/8" can use either non-sanded or sanded. The sand acts as a filler and stabilizer for larger grout joints. I typically
application as the grout joints appear to be 1/16". Typically grout joints an 1/8" or less should be non-sanded and grout joints an 1/8" or bigger should
sanded. Grout joints that are 1/8" can use either non-sanded or sanded. The sand acts as a filler and stabilizer for larger grout joints. I typically
“Tile” — missmccarthy
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
Ideabooks429
Questions0
approach to joint detailing and sealing. Much of the contractor’s diligence and care is hidden from view behind the wall plane. The joints where the wood
single ½-inch joint is hard to overstate. It takes a builder who cares as much as the architect to realize a building like this.
Sealing. The joints on this house, both visible and concealed, are an integral part of the entire
approach to joint detailing and sealing. Much of the contractor’s diligence and care is hidden from view behind the wall plane. The joints where the wood
½-inch joint is hard to overstate. It takes a builder who cares as much as the architect to realize a building like this.
Sealing. The joints on this house, both visible and concealed, are an integral part of the entire design strategy. Passive houses seek to capture and retain
“Window” — estella429
Katharine Webster MLA, INC.
Terrace with planted joints
Ideabooks10,843
Questions5
hot tub from Creative Energy in San Mateo. It’s a Hot springs brand. It doubles as a disco…
Terrace with planted joints...planted joints...Terrace with planted joint...Planted joints. Outdoor deck....Blue stone with joints...Stone with planted joints
“stone plus wood seating” — Jeff Licciardi
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
Ideabooks1,485
Questions0
Use of stucco expansion jointing to add interest
and glass volumes, which appear more horizontal. This is done using reveal joints
and glass volumes, which appear more horizontal. This is done using reveal joints.
and glass volumes, which appear more horizontal. This is done using reveal joints.
presence. Anchored by two vertical tower elements, which house the stairs and double-height spaces, the design is a complex composition of slipped volumes and
“tolles haus” — royalvani
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