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117 Hoods Copper Contemporary Staircase Design Photos
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I haven't been able to find the exact agent used, but it was some kind of copper sulfate patina that was buffed in such a way as to give it that soft mottled look.
The steel was finished with copper sulfate and worked in by hand in multiple applications to create a patina that mirrors the finish of the stained mdf.
copper sulfate patina that was buffed in such a way as to give it that soft mottled look.
Copper sulfated finished steel I Beam
Mesquite stair treads--see inset photo showing construction detail; Steel beam support and railings--finished w/hand rubbed copper sulfide solution
steel rubbed with copper sulfate to get the soft feel Panels are stained MDF set on drywall to match the steel.
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
Prospect Heights Row House
Copper walls and exposed beams .... Gorgeous!!
Copper divider...copper shingles
Tate Studio Architects
The copper fascia and fireplace look great. Who did the work?
The fan is pictured in Minka's Copper / Bronze finish: http://www.build.com/minkaaire-artemis/s423557
Here is a great picture of the Minka Aire Artemis in the Copper Bronze finish. This fan is available at Hansen Wholesale here: http://www.hansenwholesale.com/ceilingfans/minkaaire/model.asp?ProdNo=F803-CPBR
Winder Gibson Architects
201 Guerrero Staircase
of the Mission District, the building re-imagines the rhythm and materials of San Francisco low-rise housing, featuring elements such as corrugated copper and frameless glass corners. Collaboration: Kennerly/Strong Design.
of the Mission District, the building re-imagines the rhythm and materials of San Francisco low-rise housing, featuring elements such as corrugated copper and frameless glass corners. Collaboration: Kennerly/Strong Design
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Stone Selection to go with Copper-cote roof
We are building a house and want to put a metal roof (Berridge in the Copper-cote color). We are doing a 50/50 mix of manufactured stone and stucco on the facade. Looking for s
Frederick + Frederick Architects
I like the idea of two triangle bases to support it. Also like the copper look.
maybe do copper posts & ss ballusters