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Delson or Sherman Architects pc
7 Reviews
Prospect Heights Row House
Ideabooks421
Questions1
Sherman Architects pc Save to Ideabook Email Photo The rear wall of the home is covered by a thin layer of concrete. It was simply troweled over a damaged-beyond-repair masonry wall and scored with lines (a technique call parging) to keep it from cracking. The sun playing over the stone-like surface
Sherman Architects pcSave to IdeabookEmail Photo The rear wall of the home is covered by a thin layer of concrete. It was simply troweled over a damaged-beyond-repair masonry wall and scored with lines (a technique call parging) to keep it from cracking. The sun playing over the stone-like surface looks
says the architect.The open shelves above and to the right of the table act as the rear wall of the bedroom. “I was going to cover the back of the shelves with something, but I couldn’t stand to do it once they went up,” says Sherman.
“concrete walls” — rubyelenor
Jeanette Lunde
Dining room & birthday
Ideabooks924
Questions0
While an architect may not verbalize the parti to you, rest assured that he or she has one. The next time you sit down with your architect for a design review, ask, "What's the parti for the project?" Your architect will definitely get blown away by this.
While an architect may not verbalize the parti to you, rest assured that he or she has one. The next time you sit down with your architect for a design review, ask, "What's the parti for the project?" Your architect will definitely get blown away by this.
“Very cute” — borumwestman
Rizzoli New York
From The Land by Daniel P. Gregory
Ideabooks1,654
Questions1
Kroeger Architects’ wonderful homes (and wineries too), check out From the Land, a book that every architectural library should have.More: Architect’s Toolbox: Connecting Home and Ground
“Handles” — Beth White
d'apostrophe design, inc.
Dining
Ideabooks3,326
Questions5
device architects use to determine dimensions, but it more often refers to how the sizes of architectural elements relate to one another. When an architect says something like, "The scale of that building is all wrong," it generally means that the building's”
device architects use to determine dimensions, but it more often refers to how the sizes of architectural elements relate to one another. When an architect says something like, "The scale of that building is all wrong," it generally means that the building's size doesn't fit its surroundings. If a building
“Miza” — spelat
Webber + Studio, Architects
7 Reviews
Shoal Creek Residence
Ideabooks338
Questions2
involved.Find architects and designers near youMore articles:10 Things Architects Want You to Know About What They Do11 Things to Expect With Your RemodelDiary of a Ranch House Renovation
Studio, Architects
“That floor...” — Kim Cockburn
Jarosz Architect, P.A.
Flamingo Drive Residence
Ideabooks2,102
Questions6
Houzz: An Architect’s Guide to Color
Jarosz Architect, P.A.
“Table” — jenolan
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
Ideabooks6,480
Questions11
dock. Architects have learned a lot about scale and how to adapt it to living spaces from converted factory spaces.
hardware. The architects have used touch latches to maintain a face free of distractions — a great technique when using the cabinetry as divider object concept.
“Love the support design of steps - good for family room to kitchen?” — soozhuf
StudioLAB, LLC
1 Review
Upper West Side Combo
Ideabooks7,042
Questions5
: The architect created a loft-like feel by opening up the rooms to one another while still framing out different activity areas. Dropped or cove ceilings signal transitions from one space to the next.
inserted. Architects create service zones in floor plans to establish order. Here the thick wall zone does many things: It serves as seating in the dining area, as a storage area between dining and living spaces and as a media center in the living room.Ordering functional zones in small spaces is logical
“look” — beckymarv
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