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Adam Dettrick Architects
Narrabundah House
Ideabooks565
Questions0
doors from AWS Vantage. These doors are thermally broken aluminium, with low-e double glazing to optimise energy efficiency and comfort.
from AWS Vantage. The stacking doors are thermally broken aluminum, with low-E double panes to optimize energy efficiency and comfort.
doors from AWS Vantage. These doors are thermally broken aluminium, with low emissivity double glazing to optimise energy efficiency and comfort.
“yh” — pafpet
Allen Construction
10 Reviews
Las Canoas Remodel Kitchen
Ideabooks8,174
Questions14
warm wood and white kitchen.New low-e (low emissivity) glass skylights drench the kitchen with plenty of light. The low-e skylights are more energy efficient
“Mix of wood and white” — 2014pendleton
Chan Architecture Pty Ltd
Brighton Residence
Ideabooks1,052
Questions1
western facade (such as the one shown here) should be vertical to deal with the low sun as it moves on its horizontal course across the sky."
western facade (such as the one shown here) should be vertical to deal with the low sun as it moves on its horizontal course across the sky.
or shades on the South side in Northern Hemisphere and West where sun is low
western facade (such as the one shown here) should be vertical to deal with the low sun as it moves on its horizontal course across the sky.
“vertical louvres ? on sides of house” — fstone84
Favreau Design
Historic Estate
Ideabooks667
Questions1
matching chests in front of the low windows instead of cabs since windowsills are low
This historic Chelsea, Vermont, kitchen has matching chests in front of the low windows. They fit just underneath the glass, and their shape is more pleasing
chests in front of low windows...Low window sills...Low kitchen window sill...low window solution...Low kitchen windows...Low windows
“Cabinet in front of window” — karaknott
NICOLEHOLLIS
2 Reviews
Pacific Heights Residence
Ideabooks8,804
Questions7
Low profile. The position and shape of this great fireplace call for shelving that enhances its sleek design. The low-set shelves echo
Like the "low profile" fireplace and open shelving. A fireplace that low could handle a TV above it without making the
Low profile. The position and shape of this great fireplace calls for shelving that enhances its sleek design. The low-set shelves echo
Low profile. The position and shape of this great fireplace call for shelving that enhances its sleek design. The low-set shelves echo
Modern, with low shelving on both sides
“Simple” — typurple
Michael A. Menn
Donnelley
Ideabooks1,508
Questions6
Interesting window seat w low window in kitchen
Low window, window seat with oantry
bench in front of low window...Low window - use as window seat...Low window sil...seat under low window...low window...kitchen swap low windows
“Low window” — mctut
Nanette Wong
An Apartment with a View in San Francisco
Ideabooks2,518
Questions3
Love the bunk beds! Low to ground.
For a room with a low ceiling...For low room , good design...Low bunk bed...bunks for low ceilings...low profile toddler bed...Low kid's bunk bed
“For low room , good design” — good16job
Elliott Brundage Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Pool and spa
Ideabooks11,391
Questions9
purple is Nepeta, commonly known as Catmint. The variety may be 'Walkers Low'.
May Night Salvia has been in bloom since early spring, same as the Walker's Low Catmint Nepeta. I'll deadhead both as needed and they will bloom until we
light lilac catmint 'Walker's Low' and dark purple salvia leucantha 'Midnight'
sylvestris 'May Night'), zones 3 to 9, and Walker's Low Catmint (Nepeta x faassenii 'Walker's Low'), zones 3 to 8, are used to create a loose union of
purples, like 'May Night' salvia, and light, airy lavenders, such as 'Walker's Low' catmint, are a classic blend. Try planting them in alternating beds to create
you use enough variation. Here, for instance, light lilac catmint 'Walker's Low' and dark purple salvia leucantha 'Midnight' create sufficient contrast to
“balance” — arikitela
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