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Alexandre Parent
Ecologia Montreal
The stone is a Limestone from Quebec available at "Les Carrieres Ducharme" visit website and go under contact for the GTA rep contact information. ... attached is a picture of the same stone used at Yorkdale mall in Toronto
Another stunning LEED home! Click through for the full tour. And FYI - we just recently
17. Outstanding Ecofriendliness With a Contemporary BentFormerly an abandoned building, this ecofriendly home became the first single-family home aiming for platinum LEED certification in Montreal. From top to bottom, the warm and energy-efficient home makes use
The home’s exterior, made of a local St Marc quarry stone, stands in gentle contrast to the traditional, century-old homes in the area. ‘We were able to build a contemporary house in this area because the previous
“Contemporary” — jmkorell
Tomaro Design Group
2 Reviews
The Strand, Hermosa Beach II
Please tell me what the name of the exterior paint and the ledge stone used in this house is?
beach home, rock contemporary... where I'd like to retire
I love the different textures...stone, wood, etc.
fusion look of stone traditional and contemporary siding
Mix of stone and wood
stone facade...dark stone...Says "your home"....House facade...Stone detail...Facade color...facade combination...Stone with render...stone, windows
“one on the left” — nancydianenolan
Italian Marble, LLC
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Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Barton Creek Residence Front Exterior
Given a challenging lot configuration and topography, along with privacy issues, we had to get creative in designing this home. The home is divided into four basic living zones: private owner’s suite, informal living area, kids area upstairs, and a flexible guest entertaining area. The entry is unique
unique in that it takes you directly through to the outdoor living area, and also provides separation of the owners’ private suite from the rest of the home. There are no formal living or dining areas; instead the breakfast and family rooms were enlarged to entertain more comfortably in an informal manner
Like the height of stone and 2nd floor proportion
Stone entry. Tapered with deep overhang. Frameless corner window.
“walkway” — dalila73
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Mariane Adamson
Blackburn House
Can you tell me the name of this stone and where can I get it?
The awing is made from wood and metal and is wrapped in the same metal panels that are on the facade. The underlying beams were part of the original framing and not an addition
Combination of wood, stone and metal.
the materials used for the facade
Like the warm color of the wood and stone facade
“facciata 2” — daiana78
Chioco Design
Screen house
Architectural Sunscreens Take the Heat Off Homes
Architectural Sunscreens Take the Heat Off Homes The brise-soleil in front of the window here is integrated with the overall facade, since it's
detached from the existing home and reinforces the original form.
Think of a brise-soleil as blinds on the exterior of a home. It does the same heavy lifting of blocking out unwanted
even hit the glass and enter the interior space, keeping your home cooler.
The brise-soleil in front of the window here is integrated with the overall facade, since it's all constructed of the same material. In this case
integrated with the overall facade, since it's all constructed of the same material. In this case the entire wood screen is slightly detached from the existing home and reinforces the original form.
“Form” — phyrflyy
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Woodside One 03 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
I live in Canada (very cold temperatures in winter) and am attempting at creating a similar water feature to surround the stone patio. I want that look of a patio floating in water. I originally thought to create the water rill/pool using concrete, but aside from the fact that
love the stone.. can you share where it's from?
It is one pool with a stone "bridge". It is approximately 6-ft wide.
Using stone can hide many frost upheavals by allowing the cracking to occur at the mortar joints. But, and this is a big deal, nothing will replace an adequate subsurface structure
which, should it move, will move as one piece. We are very fortunate in our area to be able to avoid many of these technical details. Perhaps a local stone yard will have resources for your use.
“The design of the house :)” — kingy2106
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
How are these awnings supported/attached to the home?
is this real stone? what is the product name and manufacturer?
reviewing the website I noticed quite a few natural stone companies berating manufactured stone companies. I design home interiors for a living and have used both natural and manufactured stone in my designs. It may just be me, but I think manufactured stone has more advantages then its natural counterpart
used faux stone. Most people don't realize that Cultured Stone™, Eldorado Stone™, Coronado Stone™, along with others are not real stone but simply colored concrete from a mold. The imitation stone companies have done a great job of marketing their products to make people think that they're actually stone
“awning” — earlyjanuary
Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
4 Reviews
Texas Residence
What is the facade material combination?
It appears to be stucco on top and travertine or limestone on the bottom. What are the facade and steps?
flat and long exterior , whitish-greyish stone, no shudders
Grass edged by stone. Good for dog's perimeter.
lower facade & entry
Stone, stucco, lots of windows
Future Home...Idea home...house facade...Front facade...Facade of house
“Windows on lower level” — Mary McDonald
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