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William Johnson Architect
LEED Platinum Certified Residence
i plan on buying a home in the next month and would like to stain the wood trim around the exterior of the home the same color you used on this house what stain and color did you use?
A lovely little LEED home - We just recently became the first North American paint manufacturer to publish our HPDs (Health Product Declarations) which is integral for LEED v4
Size: How big can my LEED home be?Ideally, an ecologically responsible home is small and compact in form. Small houses consume less energy and require fewer resources to build. Fewer irregularities in the form mean fewer opportunities for thermal bridges, which are points in the building’s envelope or
exhibits the best conservation practices. Still, you will find many LEED homes with massively luxurious floor plans. Here we find ourselves at the heart of one of the LEED controversies: Some people believe that allowing a home over a certain size to pursue certification is hypocritical if the message
Tim Andersen Architect
Street view with restored porch
material pattern/color seems just right for this home. I'm about to start on a similar project and would appreciate knowing the brand/model/spec on the roofing! Many thanks, great work!
Could you please advise the color of the door Its a beautiful home and am building a cottage and this looks i
The fun thing is that, when I saw this home on Houzz, I thought it looked like a home that would be in Seattle; then I found out it was in our neighborhood. Your work was amazing on this home. Thank you for the response.
email you pictures and want answers asap when of course you are working on another project. PLEASE and Thanks! Color looks great! I painted my own home about the same color but was told that if it wasn't the right shade and had to much yellow it would fade faster. Which was one of my concerns for my
jARCHITECTS: Jim Rymsza, AIA
Craftsman Second Story Addition
and new second floor now graces this this Seattle bungalow. A 3-Star Built-Green remodel, new energy efficient details were used through-out. This home was featured on the Cover of Fine Homebuilding Houses Issue #203 Summer 2009
It's truly a lovely home. I love it.
That's great! We live in a 750sf one level home (30ft wide) in DC with a huge yard. We want to add on about 1700sf so I'm just trying to get an idea of what options we have. Thanks for getting back
suburbs. Who would want to rent that? If you are worried that no one will want to stay in your home, don't be. From what I have learned about the house-swapping community, you would be surprised at how well homes in "normal" towns do. Some folks are traveling on business or may have relatives in your area
Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
Gracious front porch
Small home with a beautiful porch!
Cross-Gabled Craftsman HomesA second type of Craftsman features a primary side-gabled roof fronted with another significant gable that can extend to cover porches and other rooms or comprise a second level. This designer of this Washington, D.C.–area remodel grabbed the Craftsman theme and transformed
and welcome. Maybe it’s because they tend to be unique rather than cookie cutter, and compact rather than vast.Whatever the reason, the cottage-size home offers enough benefits to make it a move worth considering.Next: We’ll explore different decorating styles you can use in your cottage.More: Cottages:
Pacific Management LLC
Front of the home was completely rebuilt including the patio area.
you don't have to pay sales tax. Call us if you have any questions 877-929-3667. You can also view and purchase this door online : http://www.doors4home.com/p-153-ac-701-b.aspx
about a dormer like this. Love the porches in these homes
Banta Builders LLC
Historic Home Renovation
Beautiful home. I'd love to know the color and type of siding used.
small home but changes the roof line nicely
Historic Home Renovation
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
Addition/Remodel of Historic House in Palo Alto
Baffled by how there is a two story addition hidden behind original home.
home with floor to ceiling sliding doors/walls
The National Historic Register describes the original house as having a "vaguely Japanese" character, which Schwabe attributes to the home's irregular roof overhang.