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Tandem Architecture & Construction
Old Irving Park Single-Family Home
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I love the stairs! I'd like to build similar ones in our home. What are they called? and how is the structure different from stringers?
name for the style of stair but the structure is the same as a typical stair. The steps on the underside are just applied trim, you have to work closely with the stair manufacturer to make sure the detailing is carried around the step.
This was new construction so the stair was fabricated with the
the stepping but you should be able to create this look with a slant ceiling, the structure of the stair is essentially the same.
new like wood work on wall by stairs
stair boxes and spindles both nice
Concept of stairs hiding lounge that seems possible.
“Staircase” — magdabdelfattah
Sallie Hill Design
14 Reviews
Newton, MA House
Ideabooks1,176
Questions1
foundation you discuss with your building architect, there is likely a creative way to ground the building structure so that it touches lightly on the landscape with minimal disturbance.
grasses either side of stone steps
wide step stones stacked for path, larger "double height" stones on the side border for anchor
Beautiful home with nice hilly landscaping & stone steps.
practice, because it disrupts the biologically rich topsoil. Depending on the type of foundation you discuss with your building architect, there is likely a creative way to ground the building structure so that it touches lightly on the landscape with minimal disturbance.
of the site, a site surveyor can map out the contours of your property. There may be areas with steep slopes that are unsuitable or challenging for building. A good rule of thumb when looking at the terrain is that you want to minimize soil disturbance. Major regrading or cutting and filling of soil is
“hillside” — Christie Kent
Flavin Architects
19 Reviews
Rooftop Oasis
Ideabooks1,513
Questions2
where and what materials were used for this stair well
with stones underneath or some bright colours / blue or grass green glass
239 stair and glass floor panels
Stairs and brick wall
Stairs from the roof
Basement/First floor stairs
Stone wall and design
imternal stairs to roof terrace
stair case...Stair Rail...stairs? do I like?...Steel girder stairs...stairs to rooftop...roof stairs...Stair detail...Cool stairs...stair case...Stair stringers...Stairs and railig...Stairs to the roof...modern stair
“Fake brick wall” — otterpup
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Clawson Architects, LLC
26 Reviews
Living Room with Stone Fire Place. Maplewood, NJ
Ideabooks6,793
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Living Room with Stone Fire Place. Maplewood, NJ
A welcoming Living Room with stone fire place.
We are in process of building our new home. We would like the details on the stone. Manufacturer and style/color would be very helpful. What a beautiful room! Thanks!
what brand of stone was used for the fireplace? I love it.
I'd love to know what kind of stone was used for
Thank you. The stone is by Eldorado Stone. It is a cultured/manufactured stone ... I caution you on selecting stone from a picture as well as anything else you see in pictures on line. I have explained why in this blog
Please provide the name of the stone. I am looking to reface my fireplace.
Love the stacked stone and the hardwood
“Floor tile” — hockeydesign
Bonaventura Architect
Cobble Hill Row house
Ideabooks1,473
Questions3
I am looking for a newel post similar to that at the bottom of the stairs and I would like to know if it has a specific name/style
open stair case in narrow row house
floor and stair treads adj. to white plaster/paint
basement access below main stairs- no wasted space
stairs? hideaway niche for sm table w/ chair/
feet longA surprise inside: A 12-foot wall of glass doors opens to an ipe wood dining terrace off the kitchenA family had previously lived in this building for 60 years and had carved it into four apartments. Architect Lorraine Bonaventura took everything down to the brick structure and converted the
Photos by Hulya KolabasA family had previously lived in this building for 60 years and had divided it into four apartments. Architect Lorraine Bonaventura took everything down to the brick structure and converted the
“Apartment” — robandhol
Quality Design & Construction
2 Reviews
Outdoor Living
Ideabooks3,285
Questions4
down the lake or just build at our place
Example of two level deck with broad stairs, and lower level platform connecting pool
love the stairs onto the 2nd deck
Like the angled stairs
Angled stairs on wide deck.
Deck and stairs...Stair shape...multi level stairs...White Stairs &Deck...Deck stairs...wide stairs...Stadium stairs
“Deck that transitions to lower level with nice wide opening, not narrow staircase.” — kmmcdermott
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks596
Questions0
This is more what i would be after, central column clad in stone
Flat wall section at bottom of stairs
General color scheme: wood tones, white, stone. Warm, comfortable but slightly contemporary
Nice use of stone in unusual place
low wall at bottom of stairs, if stairs turn just at the bottom, then could use
“wall” — hdumais
Kristina Wolf Design
15 Reviews
A Suburban Oasis
Ideabooks1,617
Questions1
placing sticky notes on what they loved and what they hated, Wolf found they both loved metal and stone. This led her to use these materials as well as organic tones and natural materials.
Paint by Benjamin Moore: Desert Twilight (stair wall), Sea Haze (shelf wall)
with meaningful family keepsakes. This injects the homeowners’ personalities right inside the front door.Paint by Benjamin Moore: Desert Twilight (stair wall), Sea Haze (shelf wall), White Chocolate (trim here and throughout the house); shelves: French Library, Restoration Hardware; floors: Pemberton
going through a huge design book individually and placing sticky notes on what they loved and what they hated, Wolf found they both loved metal and stone. This led her to use these materials as well as organic tones and natural materials.The entry sets the tone for the rest of the home. Gray hues provide
“Paint Colors” — khoff80
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