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Five Twenty Two Industries
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A mailbox as miniature need not be a stand-alone element, considering that where a mailbox is located is based on considerations beyond the homeowner’s preferences (whether the mail is delivered by car or on foot, for example, or if it’s safe away from the house). Therefore attached or integral mailboxes
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San Diego Window Treatment Firm
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Living Stone Construction, Inc.
get the mailbox insert with the numbers?
mailbox pillar with multiple textures and colors
Stone mailbox is nice!
ustom mailbox design
cool mailbox...Like this mailbox...external mailbox
keady exterior 5
Love the mailbox!! One day when we have a house
GREAT mailbox idea!!
Love the mailbox....Mailbox prints
Zen Woods Lake Forest Residence
chinese modern mailbox
landscape mailbox zen theme
mailbox address sign
modern aztec mailbox
aluminum pull mailbox
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
Mailbox out front
Hoffman Grayson Architects LLP
Huntington Bay Renovation, mid century ranch turns Prairie
copper mailbox was inset (with great difficulty) into a boulder. photo by Glen Grayson, AIA
Love the mailbox built into the stone.
LOVE the mailbox and how it complements the architecture of the entrance
copper mailbox set into boulder and garage doors
copper mailbox (with great difficulty, in his words) into a boulder.
Francoise Bollack Architects
standing mailboxes, the original travertine plaster (a new material in the 1920s) was hidden under multiple layers of high gloss paint and the leaded glass in the steel windows was fragile. Ceiling lights and sconces were glaring and the "colonial" fixtures were inappropriate. Our approach was to restore
recessing mailboxes in the perimeter walls and to make the air conditioning elements "disappear". We decided to design new lights to enhance the "mood" of the spaces. We designed brass and "hammered-glass" light fixtures after looking at fixtures of the period "in the flesh". The design proceeded from drawings
standing mailboxes, the original travertine plaster...
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