Ike Kligerman Barkley
Architects & Building Designers
Wine Cellar modern-wine-cellar
 

Wine Cellar

Peter Aaron
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http://www.ikba.com

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July 2, 2012
cats13 wrote:
Is this wood bamboo? If so, how did you get such a rich color without being to yellow?

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Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to 8 Things Successful Architects and Designers Do
Here’s one of my favorite designer hacks for being bold: the 8-foot door. Standard doors are 6 feet, 8 inches tall and 3 feet wide, and roughly correlate to the human form. We’re used to seeing doors this size. Substitute an 8-foot slab, and the difference is instantly recognizable. Just the act of opening this door forces you to sense its weight and its height.Sure, 8-foot doors are more expensive, but the effect elevates a standard design element from mundane and accepted to exceptional. Taller doors can let in more light when glazed, and their proportions can completely reorient smaller, narrow spaces, like this hallway, making them seem larger. I use them often in spaces with 8-foot ceilings where when the door is open, it’s as if the entire wall has dissolved.

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Jeff Robson added this to entryway
January 20, 2015
8 ft front door
natali09sv added this to natali09sv's Ideas
December 18, 2014
высокие двери для маленьких помещений или помещений с потолками такой же высоты как и дверь
simonnep added this to simonnep's ideas
November 22, 2014
Here’s one of my favourite designer hacks for being bold: the 240-centimetre door. Standard doors are 210 centimetres tall and 82 centimetres wide, and roughly correlate to the human form. We’re used to seeing doors this size. Substitute an 2.4-metre slab, and the difference is instantly recognisable. Just the act of opening this door forces you to sense its weight and its height. Sure, 2.4-metre doors are more expensive, but the effect elevates a standard design element from mundane and accepted to exceptional. Taller doors can let in more light when glazed, and their proportions can completely reorient smaller, narrow spaces, like this hallway, making them seem larger. I use them often in spaces with 2.4-metre ceilings where when the door is open, it’s as if the entire wall has dissolved.
pollybug added this to Interior / Dreamhouse
November 7, 2014
Tall door, lights on stairs Here’s one of my favorite designer hacks for being bold: the 8-foot door. Standard doors are 6 feet, 8 inches tall and 3 feet wide, and roughly correlate to the human form. We’re used to seeing doors this size. Substitute an 8-foot slab, and the difference is instantly recognizable. Just the act of opening this door forces you to sense its weight and its height. Sure, 8-foot doors are more expensive, but the effect elevates a standard design element from mundane and accepted to exceptional. Taller doors can let in more light when glazed, and their proportions can completely reorient smaller, narrow spaces, like this hallway, making them seem larger. I use them often in spaces with 8-foot ceilings where when the door is open, it’s as if the entire wall has dissolved.
sms99 added this to Architect
November 2, 2014
lighting at base of walls for stairs 8 ft doors
randonneur added this to General
October 12, 2014
8 foot doors
JP DOYLE added this to Small house in back
October 8, 2014
openin door is like removing a wall
durkin13 added this to durkin13's Ideas
October 7, 2014
8 ft door
eberre added this to mid century
September 28, 2014
Repurpose the pine paneling?
Studio MK added this to Studio MK Ideabook
September 16, 2014
Door
loyd001 added this to Doors and windows
September 14, 2014
Substitute an 8-foot slab, and the difference is instantly recognizable.
thekarenursic added this to house
September 14, 2014
8 foot doors....
teschendorf added this to teschendorf's Favorites
September 14, 2014
Taller doors? Would they look out of proportion at Gibraltar street?
hanger18 added this to hanger18's Ideas
September 13, 2014
Door
Anne Power added this to poweranne’s ideas
September 13, 2014
Here’s one of my favourite designer hacks for being bold: the 2.4-metre door. Standard doors are 1.8 metres, 20 centimetres tall and 91 metres wide, and roughly correlate to the human form. We’re used to seeing doors this size. Substitute an 2.4-metre slab, and the difference is instantly recognisable. Just the act of opening this door forces you to sense its weight and its height. Sure, 2.4-metre doors are more expensive, but the effect elevates a standard design element from mundane and accepted to exceptional. Taller doors can let in more light when glazed, and their proportions can completely reorient smaller, narrow spaces, like this hallway, making them seem larger. I use them often in spaces with 2.4-metre ceilings where when the door is open, it’s as if the entire wall has dissolved.
kradochia added this to architecture
September 13, 2014
8' doors
Michelle Walton added this to michelle_walton's ideas
September 12, 2014
narrow hallway paneled with tall bedroom doors sounds good in this house
oshi5 added this to oshi5's ideas
September 11, 2014
Luv large door
paultenn added this to paultenn's ideas
September 11, 2014
Taller doors (8 ft.) throughout condo
pouwat added this to Misc
September 11, 2014
Doors-8' doors w/8' ceilings
eftink added this to living room
September 11, 2014
8 foot doors
mrgooey added this to Homes
September 11, 2014
2. They take risks. Taking risks to do something out of the ordinary is part of any creative field. Rethink, reimagine, retool and invent new ways of doing the same old thing — while the laws of physics still apply, even gravity can be challenged. This isn’t to say that everything requires innovation or bold action, but looking at a problem through a different lens often reveals interesting solutions that don’t rely on standard practice.Here’s one of my favorite designer hacks for being bold: the 8-foot door. Standard doors are 6 feet, 8 inches tall and 3 feet wide, and roughly correlate to the human form. We’re used to seeing doors this size. Substitute an 8-foot slab, and the difference is instantly recognizable. Just the act of opening this door forces you to sense its weight and its height. Sure, 8-foot doors are more expensive, but the effect elevates a standard design element from mundane and accepted to exceptional. Taller doors can let in more light when glazed, and their proportions can completely reorient smaller, narrow spaces, like this hallway, making them seem larger. I use them often in spaces with 8-foot ceilings where when the door is open, it’s as if the entire wall has dissolved.
aradia7 added this to aradia7's Ideas
September 11, 2014
8 ft front door
drmuels added this to drmuels's ideas
September 10, 2014
Wood paneling, 8 foot door
sms99 added this to inside las canoas
September 10, 2014
8 foot doors
tdunlevy added this to Windows & Doors
September 10, 2014
Here’s one of my favorite designer hacks for being bold: the 8-foot door. Standard doors are 6 feet, 8 inches tall and 3 feet wide, and roughly correlate to the human form. We’re used to seeing doors this size. Substitute an 8-foot slab, and the difference is instantly recognizable.8-foot doors are more expensive, but the effect elevates a standard design element from mundane to exceptional. Taller doors can let in more light when glazed, and their proportions can completely reorient smaller, narrow spaces, like this hallway, making them seem larger. I use them often in spaces with 8-foot ceilings where when the door is open, it’s as if the entire wall has dissolved.
insi11 added this to insi11's Ideas
September 10, 2014
8 foot doors!!!!
tonysalk added this to tonysalk's Ideas
September 10, 2014
entrada para adega
richardsierzant added this to richardsierzant's ideas
September 9, 2014
use 8' doors to give extreme demension
jonathanwhitton added this to ideas
September 9, 2014
8' doors
valeene added this to valeene's ideas
September 9, 2014
8' doorways - Sure, 8-foot doors are more expensive, but the effect elevates a standard design element from mundane and accepted to exceptional. Taller doors can let in more light when glazed, and their proportions can completely reorient smaller, narrow spaces, like this hallway, making them seem larger. I use them often in spaces with 8-foot ceilings where when the door is open, it’s as if the entire wall has dissolved.
duncanesler added this to Hearth
September 9, 2014
Standard designer hack: The 8-foot door.
Zuva Interiors added this to tenji's Ideas
September 9, 2014
door
martinakowalchuk added this to Patio Ideas
September 8, 2014
Heightened sense of space
000tim000 added this to 000tim000's ideas
August 11, 2012
cooool
amruth added this to amruth's ideas
March 25, 2012
bar
justindanielnyc added this to Basement
March 17, 2012
Step lighting and bamboo
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