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Big Tree Camp
at Big Tree Camp. This southern façade is a composition of steel, glass and screened panels with galvanized metal and cypress wood cladding, lighter in nature and a distinct contrast to the north facing masonry façade. The window wall offers large pristine views of the south Texas landscape.
Big Tree Camp...glass wall...large rafter tails
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Distinctive Remodeling, LLC
and a large non-rectangle bathtub and I'll say,"Yes to the rest area."
large bathroom mirror
tree picture...beige wall...textured wall
Brandon Architects, Inc.
a real tree, it's a very nice looking faux tree. If it is faux, what is your resource to buy this? Thanks.
large blind with side panel
Love the large picture window
Not walls...Textured wall paper
Earth Developments, Inc.
The Carbonari Residence
Love the large shallow entry deck into the pool
brick wall at the bottom
Windows n brick wall
Trees and urn...Large pool step...Two trees
Yes the tree is a sculpture. It is by Shane Pennington, a local Dallas, Texas artist.
down. Large aggregates take longer and require several blades; smaller aggregates can be ground down faster and with fewer blades.
small tree with roots?
wall art...large window...white walls
Desk near large window
large windows and view ability
glass wall...tree stump...window wall...tree stump
Angus Mackenzie Architect
and the large trees found in the rear yard. The pavilion is surrounded by clerestory fixed glazing allowing filtered sunlight through the trees, as well as further enhancing the feeling of bringing the garden ‘into’ the internal living space. Rainwater is harvested into an above ground tank for reuse
neighbours. Large eave overhangs block the high summer sun, while allowing the lower winter sun to penetrate deep into the addition. Photography by Sarah Braden