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Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
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Jason Ball Interiors
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Rondine Evolution tile do 12x24 calcatta marble streaks of brownish gold white tiles with same grout
pental evolution pocelain tile
“Grout” — shannontiegs
Webber + Studio, Architects
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Jewell Street Addition Eco Home Magazine: Merit Design Award 2010
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evolution of a traditional form with familiar material use
evolution of a traditional form
“Color” — breezyfarm
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
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Channel Drive project
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their evolution. Next: How to Pick the Right Floor for Your Garden Room
their evolution.Next: How to Pick the Right Floor for Your Garden Room
their evolution.
“Rocks” — wizard4321
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Evolution By Design Inc.
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Evolution By Design, Inc.
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“colors” — michaelpittari
AGC Masonry, Inc
Remodeling in Roseland
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thatched-roof evolution) where at least one faces the front. Exterior walls are commonly a mix of half timbered (nonstructural) stucco, stone, brick veneer and wood siding, which mimic the timber-frame construction used in medieval times. Though there are thousands of these homes across the United States,
thatched-roof evolution) where at least one faces the front. Exterior walls are commonly a mix of half timbered (nonstructural) stucco, stone, brick veneer and wood siding, which mimic the timber-frame construction used in medieval times. Though there are thousands of these homes across the United States, highly
“Entry roof” — dslepski
Adriana Aristizabal
2 Reviews
casa Refugio
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The evolution of the modern three-dimensional design began in the middle of the 20th century when development in visual arts spread through architecture and eventually influenced garden design. The use of raised planted beds and even the positioning and height of the chaises seen here show how we have
“Colours / stones” — beemistry
Webber + Studio, Architects
7 Reviews
Fairfield House
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of this evolution, they created a double-height void at the front of the house, a striking first impression. This space is also related to the rest of the house, as the stairs peeking out actually lead to a bridge with bedrooms and a study in the long leg of the "L."
“Light NB - natural” — Cheila Keuilian
Rafe Churchill: Traditional Houses
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The New Farmhouse
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supposed evolution of the house, and to try and suggest a history with details,” he says.
“the look” — egs52
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