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Tom Crane Photography, Inc.
Alvin Holm AIA, Eberlein Design Consultants
What do you like about this photo?stairs
Love how the staircase winds about
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“3rd floor stairway to roof” — skakeandshake
Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
New House - Fairfield, CT
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the stair hall. The foyer portion of this in front of the stair itself is about 11" deep. Ceilings are 9' high to the finishes throughout the first floor
“Stairs and entry” — angmadigan
Grow Landscapes, Inc.
Loundon County Landscape Architect
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Arcadia Communities
Loudon County Custom Home Builder
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Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
New House - Fairfield, CT
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“Door” — kimmiejojo
Loundon County Landscape Architect
For nearly 20 years Grow Landscapes, Inc. has proven to be a leader in the industry in terms of design, innovation and craftsmanship.
E. B. Mahoney Builders, Inc.
3 Reviews
Radnor House
LOVE entry...everything about it is beautiful
Tom Crane Photography
“floor” — rajitharajaram
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
29 Reviews
Villanova Residence - front hall
Thank you to everyone's positive remarks about the furniture in this entry hall. Unfortunately our firm was not involved
looking the opposite direction of this reading nook, there is another foyer, about the same size as downstairs, that has a sitting area.
Photographer: Tom Crane
“Floor/stairs” — tdnorton
Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
14 Reviews
Project 7
Montecito Home - Entry. Architectural Design: Tom Meaney. Built by Giffin & Crane. Photo by Jim Bartsch.
“shells” — vbobbi
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Exterior Entrance
please tell me more about the roofing material and what you do about gutters?
look without the barrel tile - can you tell me more about the roofing material - what do you do about gutters? thank you!
Think about leading a guest from the sidewalk to your front door: Is there a gently curving path, or is it difficult to find the way to your door? If you
“beautiful entrance” — knirpsi
Giulietti Schouten Architects
15 Reviews
Crane Building Penthouse
Portland, Oregon, this 7th floor 2500 SF penthouse sits atop the historic Crane Building, a brick warehouse built in 1909. It has established views of the
I want this. I love everything about it.
Crane Building Penthouse...Crane Building Penthouse
“Sliding door” — cindykrebs
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