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Veranda Fine Homes
3 Reviews
Amherst Exterior
Ideabooks22,410
Questions32
look as grown on me though and I can appreciate both styles. All of the windows and doors on this front elevation are wrapped in cast stone. We will generally use cast stone on all front elevations or on any high profile areas. I do think that you can tell a difference between cast stone, limestone
and save a considerable amount of money doing so. We actually do this on our side elevations quite often to free up money in the budget for other areas that are more important. If you look closely at this front elevation the "crown" right under the eve is actually stucco.
“Stucco window” — sarahandjoe
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7 Reviews
shoup residence + office compound
Ideabooks49,320
Questions15
I like the elevation, but more storage space could've been created. If there is space, this is a good idea to create a bed space for a guest. instead of putting just a mattress on the floor, a simple elevation actually creates a nice sleeping area. when not used
Looks and feels like a get a way but really it's just changing elevation.
the rear wall allowing a subtle flood of natural light (via a skylight) to flush down the timber feature wall and set the backdrop to the futon. The elevated bed, the use of a simple restrained colour pallet and the floating timber steps have created a unique space made possible, and enhanced by, designing
“tiny house” — Pamela Edwards
Elevation Architectural Studios
1. Old World Estate
Ideabooks1,881
Questions2
like that the elevator is out of sight like the rustic look of the elevator and the décor around it
Elevation Architectural Studios 1. Old World Estate
That could be nice elevator entrance :)
Elevation Architectural Studios
Front elevation
“Front elevation” — mitalimitali
CAROLE MEYER
1 Review
Carole Meyer, artist
Ideabooks225
Questions2
This is an elevator shaft which I have used as my mini office.....it works great! The artwork is very large for the space but I think it makes the "little office" have big impact. I am an artist, and have done all the artwork this Portland home as well as our San Miguel de Allende second home and the
Pre plan fpor elevator ( wall desk for now then add evelator when needed
elevator shaft built when building a new home
Elevator shaft used as an office
If you are building or remodeling your home now and would like an elevator someday, then think about building
office space in pre-planned elevator shaft.
you're ready to install the elevator. This little office space sits in the elevator shaft of this home. When the owners are ready, the desk will come out and an elevator will go in.
“Stunning artwork” — litron
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Ideabooks4,020
Questions3
Use a row of columns to signal a level change. A row of columns is a perfect place to put one or two steps up to an elevated section of the floor plan. Plus, the row of vertical structures acts as a visual cue to watch your toes.
step going up to the bedroom?? Use a row of columns to signal a level change. A row of columns is a perfect place to put one or two steps up to an elevated section of the floor plan. Plus, the row of vertical structures acts as a visual cue to watch your toes.
Use a row of columns to signal a level change. A row of columns is a perfect place to put one or two steps up to an elevated section of the floor plan. Plus, the row of vertical structures acts as a visual cue to watch your toes.
“like” — Rachel Garner
Arthur Dyson Architects
7 Reviews
Kelly Residence
Ideabooks3,501
Questions4
Elevation changes are great places to change the flooring and define areas without dividing them. The light wood flooring contrasts sharply with the
elevation changes are great places to change the flooring and define areas without dividing them.
Elevation changes are great places to change the flooring and define areas without dividing them. The light wood flooring contrasts sharply with the gray tile
Elevation changes are great places to change the flooring and define areas without dividing them. The light wood flooring contrasts sharply with the gray tile, giving clear definition to the two levels.
“Just a cool look - not realistic for us” — grantc27
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Noho Loft
Ideabooks1,062
Questions4
door after elevator
The elevator. Hmm....
Elevator / door
“dark walls” — melaniemcglade
Arnold Schulman Design Group
12 Reviews
Aventura
Ideabooks365
Questions1
interesting concept to finish the elevator's door
doors to hide the elevator
Beautiful elevator doors.
“Really like the doors...” — janettehill
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