9,378 architect in the philippines Entry Design Photos

Modern Entry
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Santos mahogany and Philippine mahogany both somewhat resemble mahogany but are merely labeled as such
is frequently used as a flooring material due to its extreme toughness. Philippine mahogany is often turned into plywood, known as lauan.
Santos mahogany and Philippine mahogany both somewhat resemble mahogany but are merely labeled as such by those wanting the prestige of the mahogany name
is frequently used as a flooring material due to its extreme toughness. Philippine mahogany is often turned into plywood, known as lauan. Red mahogany is
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Locati Architects
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Spanish Peaks Retreat
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Locati Architects
“every thing” — hadinour
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Peter Hassler
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If only fireplaces would make sense to have in the Philippines.
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Karen Maximo-Fernando
KCMdesigns
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Hi! The planter is 4 feet high. It's from the Philippines.
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Calico Studio
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Ames Lake Studio
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this home's interior. It smacks of all the materials currently used in Philippine construction, which holds up well to tropical climate conditions.
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David Brandsen Construction Inc.
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Point Loma Remodel
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Floating white oak stairs with bronze caps highlight this beautiful entry that features a solid bronze and glass railing, Wenge and Marble inlay floor and a custom built entry door unit. Photo Credit: Aaron Serafino, California Photoworks
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Carpet Direct Kansas City
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Model Home, Starr Homes LLC
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Interior for Philippines
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Horst Architects
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Mintzer Residence - Entry
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