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530 side lever Contemporary Hall Design Photos
Balance Associates Architects
aside to manipulate keys and doors. For even quicker access, keyless push-button entry systems eliminate the need to fuss with keys, and a door with a lever handle is easier to manipulate than a thumb latch or round knob. Keep this area well lit for safety reasons, too. Add to ideabook by Camber Construction
internal level change using ramp with glass sides
Forum Phi - Architecture | Interiors | Planning
The two sets of double doors are most likely closets given they have ball catches at the tops of the doors; those doors have dummy knobs (levers, in this case). Not that they couldn't have door casings, but in this case (;P) they don't, perhaps to help differentiate them from entrance doors
Repeat picture frames - both sides Lighting repeated, rug repeated
2. Take down art. Any art hanging on a wall should be removed before demolition. Often the stress or vibration of removing tile from the back side of the wall can cause paintings to fall and glass to break.
Joshua Lawrence Studios INC
Dwell on Despard
How does the door latch on the opposite side of where the hinges are?
would u have a picture from the other side
Is the Jam smaller on the opening side to allow the swing ?
usually I extend the casing over the jam .1/2 to 3/4 will do for a 9 "bookshelf... Is like a door stop. Also I guess you can make big the strike side.
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
How did you finish the wall below the siding? Is that stucco with wire mesh behind it? What is on the wall behind the stucco? Is it styrofoam or warm-n-dry waterproofing
2" thickness? We are also building in Edina and have 2" warm-n-dry on our foundation. We are looking for a clean way to finish over it below the siding and above the grade. Yours looks fantastic. Thx!
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
The walls are old siding of pine that were already in the house and reused as cladding. They are known as "shiplap" siding. Thanks !
black color is soft--- love the shiplap siding
The wood walls are made from reused shiplap siding; they are the clearest expression inside of what the architect calls the house’s fiction. As he explains in a video about the house, “A lot of what is newly built looks old”; the house is a mix of the existing, the old reimagined and the new. In other
Schwartz and Architecture
Schwartz and Architecture
Dark stairs light sides and light door frame
i like everything about wrap, top, floor and side of door
Broad molding up side
Shadow box side
Hall Library & Reading Window
upstairs hallway windowseat- with bookshelves on one side
Framed with curtain (each side)
Window side sofa for view