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Kiesel Design - Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Jack Kiesel
Ideabooks1,582
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4. Re-imagine the lawn. Political leanings aside, traditional lawns consume a lot of water, require a lot of care and sometimes just aren’t the right fit. Consider lowering your water bill and increasing your garden’s
aside, traditional lawns consume a lot of water, require a lot of care and sometimes just aren’t the right fit. Consider lowering your water bill and increasing your garden’s biodiversity by swapping out sod for a native grass, shrinking the edges of the lawn or eliminating it entirely. Just look at this
The layers of similar Minimalist shrubbery leading up to the back side of the home.
Lawn alternatives, as in this garden in Santa Barbara, California, are an increasingly strong trend, especially in low-rainfall climates. After removing the existing turfgrass, the designer created an abstract interpretation of a creek using ornamental grasses and colorful succulents. Where the garden
“lawn alternatives” — leo52
FINNE Architects
24 Reviews
Eagle Harbor Cabin
Ideabooks16,683
Questions8
ledgestone at the east end. The house has a number of sustainable or “green” building features, including 2x8 construction (40% greater insulation value); generous glass areas to provide natural lighting and ventilation; large overhangs for sun and snow protection; and metal siding for maximum durability
Price on this home and square footage
We have a piece of lake property and wanting to build a smaller home. Do you have a floor plan on this home.
How many sq ft is the main level of this home?
but its dangers prevented our ancestors from valuing it — until technology made its dangers less daunting. And those technologies impact the designs of the homes that enjoy the allure of waterside living.Do you live by the water? How have you adapted your home's design?More: 4 Things a Hurricane Teaches
“Cabin” — bebetaylor
ROM architecture studio
6 Reviews
Magnolia Mid-Mod
Ideabooks3,753
Questions10
I am remodeling a MCM home and like the lighting solution in this image. I would like to do the same, but do not know where to find these fixtures. thank you.
different torso heights. Cooktop placement lack undersurface knee space, HOWEVER "If we got rid of the drawers and allowed for knee space, we would increase the chances of spilling hot, often boiling water onto someone's lap. Side approach to cooktop just works out better. Low-profile grill top lets person
setting. As a CAPS and Vaastu Designer in Washington DC, I hope in less than 5 years that everyone will be asking for UD to be incorporated into every home for safety, comfort, ease and total accessibility - regardless of age, height or physical mobility. Thank you, ROM for stepping ahead of the curve
“beams” — lisalynham
Colizza Bruni Architecture Inc.
Front to Back Infill
Ideabooks2,314
Questions1
Stacking narrow plans vertically adds volume without increasing the footprint. This helps to minimize site costs, which can often be substantial.
without increasing the footprint. This helps to minimize site costs, which can often be substantial.
Savings. Stacking narrow plans vertically adds volume without increasing the footprint. This helps to minimize site costs, which can often be substantial.
Savings. Stacking narrow plans vertically adds volume without increasing the footprint. This helps to minimize site costs, which can often be substantial.
“style” — garydup1
Rill Architects
11 Reviews
House in the trees
Ideabooks4,434
Questions2
front walk and driveway increases curb appeal, adds value to your home and makes coming home each day a more pleasant experience. Cracked and damaged walkways and driveways can be dangerous, causing falls and damaging tires; improving this area of your home will add beauty and increase safety.
“door” — deirdreclark
White Chalk Interiors
Caulfield House
Ideabooks3,666
Questions2
looking to increase security on an existing home, there are security doors to suit every style. Look for one built to Australian Standards if you really want to keep burglars at bay – cheaper versions can be easy to kick in or dismantle. Security screen doors are also a great way to increase the airflow
airflow through a home in safety; spur-of-the-moment break-ins are all too common through open front doors while people are home.
looking to increase security on an existing home, there are security doors to suit every style. Look for one built to Australian Standards if you really want to keep burglars at bay – cheaper versions can be easy to kick in or dismantle. Security screen doors are also a great way to increase the airflow
“cghhhv” — myfirm
Sarah Susanka, FAIA
Libertyville Not So Big Showhouse
Ideabooks51,902
Questions20
Hello! To find paint colors for this room please visit .... These are the exact colors used throughout the home. Thanks for inquiring :)
there's a CO alarm on every level of your home, and smoke alarms in every bedroom and hallway and the attic and basement.
Higher property taxes. Major additions or updates, particularly in spaces such as kitchens and baths, can increase your home's assessed value, and that can enlarge your tax bill.
Assessors typically get copies of building permit applications, so they'll know about your project and may determine that it warrants upgrading your home's value. Hidden horrors. If demolition reveals a colony of creepy crawlies lurking beneath your drywall, you'll have to call in the pest control folks to
“simple lines, chair rail, colors” — elainechien
River Architects
12 Reviews
20 Old Oaks
Ideabooks2,306
Questions3
Understand the reason you want to remodel. Increase resale value? Improve layout? Improve energy efficiency? It could be a combination of a number of things, but make sure you’re being rational. If you want pro-style appliances but you eat out most evenings, you might want to reconsider. In one project
kitchen because it felt like he had no counter space. Instead of just going for space, we talked to him about how he prepares meals and worked to increase the amount of usable counter space rather than just making the kitchen bigger. 6 Must-Know Lessons From a Serial Renovator
“Window as a splash back” — ondekkers
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