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Exterior blinds for energy efficiency best installed in new construction.
Exterior blinds, which are best for new construction --- think dining room addition off the kitchen. Ext. blinds are better for energy
before it is transmitted through the window and warms up the room. They are tricky to add to an existing window, however, so are best left for new construction.
Outdoor blinds more effective (as an addition to?) than indoor blinds but should be accounted for in new construction....tricky to add after the fact.
before it is transmitted through the window and warms up the room. They are tricky to add to an existing window, however, so are best left for new construction. The designer of this home integrated exterior blinds into the facade as a beautiful architectural element.
Lovell KitchenUnion Studio
New construction or remodel? In new constructions a popular choice is in-slab heating, fully integrated with the new slab of your house. In remodels, undertile or thin-profile hydronic systems may work better
New construction or remodel? In new constructions a popular choice is in-slab heating, fully integrated with the new slab of your house. In remodels, undertile or thin-profile hydronic systems may work better
Jane Kim DesignJane Kim Design
The term loft may be battered around by developers serving up new construction or renovations, trying to appeal to the desire for open space. A true loft is open because it was gutted from its old use to its essential elements:
beams, floors, windows, and party walls. This loft in Tribeca in Lower Manhattan keeps the steel columns and the wood beams and joists exposed. New construction is limited to white drywall and a steel-and-glass canopy over the kitchen. Raw, indeed. (Note the duct that is tucked between the joists in the
Benvenuti and SteinBenvenuti and Stein
Indoor pool, custom white cabinetry, large windows, new construction, Chicago north
Indoor pool, custom white cabinetry, large windows, new construction, Chicago north
new construction
SOHO CondominiumCCS ARCHITECTURE
Two adjacent condominium units were merged to create a new, single residence Located on the 12th floor of 505 Greenwich Street, the walls of the previous units were completely demolished and the new space was created from scratch as a 1600 square-foot home in the sky. With five floor to ceiling windows
The sofa and lounge chair are new by David Weeks through Ralph Pucci.
example illustrate how even new construction embraces some of the loft's ideas. Openness and large windows are found, but exposed construction is nowhere to be seen, especially because raw concrete does not have the same appeal as exposed wood or steel structure.
Also in SoHo, this and the next example illustrate how even new construction embraces some of the loft's ideas. Openness and large windows are found, but exposed construction is nowhere to be seen, especially because raw concrete does not have the same appeal as exposed wood or steel structure.
Austin Texas ResidenceVolz O'Connell Hutson
columns and double gallery added ca. 1910 to update the house in the Colonial Revival style with sweeping front and side porches up and downstairs, and a new carriage house apartment. All the rooms and ceilings are wallpapered, original oak trim is stained, restoration of original light fixtures and replacement
older homes is much higher than what you typically find in a new construction. This may include floors, trim, molding, fireplace mantels, bookcases, china cabinets, staircases and more. If you must replace some flooring, try to have the new floors stained and matched to the old for a seamless transition
older homes is much higher than what you typically find in a new construction. This may include floors, trim, molding, fireplace mantels, bookcases, china cabinets, staircases and more. If you must replace some flooring, try to have the new floors stained and matched to the old for a seamless transition
New Orleans EstateMcDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
We constructed almost same though this design ......thanks
Most favorite house in New Orleans
Screams the New Orleans I grew up in.
New Orleans Estate “ItalianateItalianate Victorian homes were considered a blend of formal and classical styles, and were often inspired by country villas
imitate the look of Italian-style villas. The arches of traditional Roman architecture were often combined with the detail that became possible with new construction technology of the time. Other common features include large porches with decorative eaves, paired arched windows, Corinthian columns, flat or
First, Sookie's new house needs a sturdy fence and gate to help keep out the undesirables. Perhaps if she moves on to the closest big city, New Orleans, she'll choose a home like this. I mean, there must be a lot of ways for a mind reader to make lots of money, right?
Cedar BluffSiemasko + Verbridge
Perched atop a bluff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this new residence adds a modern twist to the classic Shingle Style. The house is anchored to the land by stone retaining walls made entirely of granite taken from the site during construction. Clad almost entirely in cedar shingles, the house will weather
Sitting atop a bluff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this new-construction home in Manchester, Massachusetts, proves that widow's walks are back. I LOVE THE HOUSE
Great new construction with the look of an older home.
Sitting atop a bluff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this new-construction home in Manchester, Massachusetts, proves that widow's walks are back.
Walk Around the HoodNatalie Myers
Another house in my neighborhood, equally small. As new construction, the designer could have picked any color; black was the chosen shade of modern and edgy.
Another house in my neighborhood, equally small. As new construction, the designer could have picked any color; black was the chosen shade of modern and edgy.
For additional guest housing, Knickerbocker built a small bunkhouse on the only sliver of the property that could host a new construction. Storm panels sit outside, ready to take on the rough weather.
For additional guest housing, Knickerbocker built a small bunkhouse on the only sliver of the property that could host a new construction. Storm panels sit outside, ready to take on the rough weather.
Farmhouse ReinterpretedSmith & Vansant Architects PC
Love many elements of this house. Old and new combined well. Nice floor color
Low to ground, new front entrance, small 2nd floor windows
Primary inspiration for new design. Like modern take on traditional farmhouse. Also, appreciate shorter structure height while creating very usable 2nd floor.
Let your architect know you are a country girl/boy. Vernacular buildings serve as constant inspiration to new construction. This modern farmhouse is a wonderful example of this. Now go enjoy a bit of John Denver, because that first sentence probably made this song go through your head. Give into it
Warm Modern in Noe ValleyMark Brand Architecture
As I recall, we used 3 coats of Sikkens on all sides prior to installation. It also requires new applications every other year to maintain the look. - Mark.
3. Back to San Francisco, this modern new construction home by Mark Brand Architecture sits on a long narrow lot in Noe Valley, a wonderful neighborhood over the hill from Pacific Heights. What a rare thing this home is, with its abundance of large windows and a garage!
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