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7 Reviews
Smolensky project
Porcelain tile throughout most of the downstairs, cork in the play room. Thank you!
A wood finish with a tile look. We could use floor tiles and mortar them into place. Long term zero maintenance and
Wood look porc. tile on exterior....Porcelain tile from Eleganza in Dallas...Porcelain tile "wood"...i love the tile wall...Wood look tile...Exterior Tiles - Timber effect...Wood tile
“Porcelain tile "wood"” — Jamie Rehmann
Cornerstone Architects
27 Reviews
Westlake Residence
of the home. Finished in late 2006, the home features Icynene insulation, cork floors and thermal chimneys to exit warm air in the expansive family room
Pool blue tile
“Exterior” — Chris Watson
DDB Design Development & Building
DDB DESIGN Exteriors & Pools
clever use of a simple white tile and color surround accent tile
Pool tiles...crazy tile & dark paver...Grey tiles...Pool tiles...Empingao!!...Tiles in spa...dark grey tile...grey outdoor tile...mosaic tiles...Statement Tile
“Tile” — Kyle Peterson
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M+A Architecture Studio
Next House
love the slate tiles used as shingles on the outside
backyard studio Slate floor tiles cut into diamond
Like the tile but wasn't aware that it could be used
floor tiles cut into diamond shapes clad the front and side of the house.
the waste stream, so we take scraps and find uses for them.”Slate floor tiles cut into diamond shapes clad the front and side of the house. “We were trying
“Love the cantilevered rough with windows at the top for sunlight but also shade not direct light int” — Tj Wojtas
J.E Keating + Associates
2 Reviews
cork house 4
cork house 4
Barlis Wedlick Architects, Hudson River Studio
Hudson Passive Project
high thermal capacity of natural materials like wood fiber, cellulose and cork. This is because historically, insulation products have been developed for
“LOVE.” — irish_hound
Charles Rose Architects Inc.
Charles Rose Architects Inc.
light, creating airy spaces in counterpoint to the rich teak, mahogany, and cork interior
“hidden tank” — ST
Woodfield Brady Architects
House, Henley on Thames
The outside tiles...?...Stones and tiles...Glass, Brick, Floor Tiling...Windows, floor tiles
“Tile” — bhavids
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