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Equinox Architecture LLC
geothermal / geoexchange heat pump. For these slabs, there was pigment added to the concrete batch, the floors where finished smoother than usual, then other color pigments were etched into the surface with acid to give it a leathery depth. The floors are then waxed & polished.
It is custom color created by the craftsperson / installer. There is pigment added to the concrete batch, which was probably a medium brown. Then other pigments are added in the "release" which get etched in with acid. The process gives variation, luster and a leathery quality. Cheers' Robbie
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Fougeron Architecture FAIA
Jackson Family Retreat
These classy pieces are all this streamlined porch needs. The wheels add detail as well as practicality: The chairs can be rolled from one end to the other and easily positioned any way desired.by Fougeron Architecture FAIA
These classy pieces are all this streamlined porch needs. The wheels add detail as well as practicality: The chairs can be rolled from one end to the other and easily positioned any way desired.
Estes/Twombly Architects, Inc.
want to be able to enjoy the outdoors. Screening in a porch is a wonderful way to be able to feel like you are outside without the nasty bug bites. Other ways to keep the buggies away include:Do not keep any standing water on your property. Even a single forgotten flowerpot full of rainwater can become
Sroka Design, Inc.
use of small space. couch on end, dinette at other end.
Swing on one end and bistro table and chairs on other
Harris Architects PLLC
It's like a whole other living room!!!
this is idea for Rodos use one single panes for one side not operable and folding glass on the other to be able to open the room to the outdoors
Danny Broe Architect
kitchen then I would go with lighter yellows for floorings. Lighter = Tasmanian Oak and Blackbutt. Darker = Brushbox and Bluegum. Red = Jarrah. The other thing to do is look at lots of photos and just pick a combination that looks good. and also get a sample of the species and put it next to a colour
walls, could have a low cement wall that runs exactly lined up with retaining wall and patio, along fireplace area, then a matching higher wall on the other side of the old deck by the woods. Could be cool