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Bertha LakeMichelle Fries, BeDe Design, LLC
Indirect lighting was introduced and materials common to the era were applied such as thin stacked stone, natural wood finishes, carpeted areas inset in tile expanses and stainless steel handrails.
60's Modern Basement DesignDesigns for Living
to the era were applied such as thin stacked stone, natural wood finishes, carpeted areas inset in tile expanses and stainless steel handrails.
Finished BasementSortun-Vos Architects, P.S.
craftsman era home to return original charm and to expand living area in the existing, but unfinished basement. Improvements include a family media room, updated laundry and mechanical system, and added bathroom and guest room. Features such as built ins, a bookcase-door, and re-finished stair balusters
BUILD was tasked with fully updating this neglected home and site to accommodate the owners’ lifestyle and young boys. Relying and expanding on our experience of redesigning and rebuilding mid-century modern homes, BUILD’s updates encompass all aspects of the home and site, including the interior program, systems and finishes. Without adding any new volume, the usable square footage of this home was effectively doubled by thoughtful refinishing and revitalizing of the lower basement level. This design brings a...
Halladay Street RemodelBUILD LLC
current era. Photography by BUILD LLC.
"The Bekhradi’s House originally was built during the Safavid dynasty (17th century). The house is located in Sonbolestan, one of the oldest neighborhoods in northeast Isfahan. Sonbolestan, also known as Sonbolan, was part of a series of villages in Isfahan named Sepahan. These villages came to exist in the pre-Islamic era and later on were merged to form a large city, what is now called Isfahan.
Bekhradi`s Historical House RehabilitationTavoos Khaneh
pre-Islamic era and later on were merged to form a large city, what is now called Isfahan. In its present location, Bekhradi’s house is situated on the west section of the remaining Jamilan Palace surrounded by mud-thatched walls on the Northern and Western sides. Jamilan Palace, known as Cholmoun, was built
Loft-Like Basement RenovationWentworth, Inc.
that era has lower ceilings than I like. On the second floor I am vaulting the ceilings into the attic space, but on the first floor, I am thinking of making the ceilings as you have done here to make it feel a bit more open. I have a couple of questions, what was the painting method you used and how