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Shanghai Green Antiques
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Outdoor terraced garden and BBQ pit area accessible from the downstairs entertainment and movie area. On the wall there cast carved brick stone tiles.
Where can we get plans for this building?
Plans for building...Rob BBQ area...Garden building
Teri Fotheringham Photography
Lowry Steam Lofts
Love the loft feel with brick wall accent
Build our own bedframe
Bricks, height and windows
exposed brick and window
Exposed brick...exposed brick wall
Webber + Studio, Architects
Slat wood treatment for BBQ area / TV
Lovely wooden building (Guyana wood will work well)
Whipple Russell Architects
which emphasizes natural, transient beauty over manufactured style. Collect your own materials for decorating—river stones, driftwood, and recycled building materials (a little wear and tear on these only contributes to the design) can all be put to use in a Wabi-sabi design scheme.
RH Factor Landscape Design
Cohen Residence Entry Path
hey' lovely project- can you tell me what kind of brick is it?
the concrete was poured in place - regular old portland gray. the concrete masonry units (cmu's) are readily available from concrete & building suppliers, many colors and types now available.
Brick wall, stepping stones, pebbles
White 2 story w/ red brick
We're thinking of building a simple white 2story farm house with a wrap around porch. We'll have mixed red brick as porch foundation. We're wondering about brick on fireplace and/or garage.
Legerton Architecture. P.A.
Interesting question: If done properly, the floor joists would be almost twice as long as the room and would extend back into the building that far. Another option would be a steel frame welded to the frame of the house........ However, since I am not the architect, builder or owner, I have no idea
much cheaper option. Eldorado stone (http://www.eldoradostone.com/) has many options you can choose from. I suggest to visit local stone showroom / building supply store to see them in person. Do not rely on the images you see on internet. BTW, it looks like natural stone on the picture.
over hanging deck. Can this go over a building envelope
brick cd project further than siding?