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The Artisans Group, Inc.
Island Passive House
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highlands of Shaw Island, in the San Juan Islands. It is the first Certified Passive House in the San Juans, and the fourth in Washington State. The home was built for $330 per square foot, while construction costs for residential projects in the San Juan market often exceed $600 per square foot. Passive
neutral tiles in black, gray and white. The exterior materials are painted concrete fiberboard lap siding, Ipe wood slats and galvanized metal. The home sits in stunning contrast to its natural environment with no formal landscaping. Photo Credit: Art Gray
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Sonoma Connect 5
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prefab studios
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“Lavaplatos” — Inés Cornejo
CleverHomes presented by Toby Long Design
Menlo Park, CA
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CleverHomes presented by Toby Long Design
“steps” — Mary Lucas
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - Mediterranean Tuscan
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travertine paving, expansive lawns and lush gardens. Designed and built by Harold Leidner Landscape Architects. House construction by Bob Thompson Homes.
What is the product used for the back fencing? It appears to be wood, or is it a pre-fab system?
lovely home
“Very spacious! Love the atmosphere it provides, and it seems very child friendly.” — mamainstyle
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
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but it was a bit tricky to install as they brought it out all in one piece then had to field weld to the uprights. Not sure how that would compare to prefab railing... probably a bit more expensive but worth it for the look.
There is just something about California living that is so appealing. This contemporary home rises above the valley below providing the homeowners a fantastic vantage point of the surrounding area. Outdoor seating both above and below invite us to take relax, take in the view, to be one with the nature
“Good border idea for back off house terrace” — ellyatt
Carlos Delgado Architect
1 Review
Exterior
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Looks like a modest-sized home that invested in the right places: glazing, passive solar, and thoughtful structural detail.
Prefab house...home studio idea
“All of it!” — Mountain Town Homes
Matthew Korn Architecture AIA
Oyster Bay Cove
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I like the layout of the home. It has an old fashion charm.
Style of home
“2nd flr awning-eave” — ephedra
Garden Architecture
3 Reviews
Garden Architecture/Robert Trachtenberg
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concrete pad with rebar (in a perfect world.) The wood would rot over time and cause the concrete to crack and eventually fail. If you're looking at prefab options, you can let that sit on the gravel you already have and probably be happy with the result and it would be cost efficient. Good luck!
an arborist) to find out which trees will do well in your region. Also consider the mature size of the tree and be sure to plant far enough from your home and other structures that it will not cause problems down the line.
an arborist) to find out which trees will do well in your region. Also consider the mature size of the tree and be sure to plant far enough from your home and other structures that it will not cause problems down the line.
“Table under la ps” — maxbeesley
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