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Donald Lococo Architects
Great use of an old workbench
A back entry doubles as a potting area for one of the owners. Lococo turned an old workbench into a potting table, outfitting it with a sink. The wood plank that serves as a shelf above the table was excavated from the dirt around the barn. The interior window is one of many in the home; not only do
Ron Yeo, FAIA Architect
San Clemente Residence
interesting- are there 2 one car garages on either side; could have workbench/ tools in one & work out bench in the other & have pergola & secret garden from this neat garage entry
Love the way you tied the two buildings together.
build beams across from deck privacy lattice to fence to
Harvey's Kitchens and Baths
If I can't build any lockers this is a good make shift idea
North VA Design & Remodeling Firm
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Nova Remodeling is a fully integrated Construction and Remodeling company specializing in kitchen and bathroom remodeling for individuals that are passionate about their home and lifestyle.
Wright Building Company
team is unable to provide specific project details as we they are typically busy out building. If you would like to discuss a building project please call our office at any time. Regards, Erno Bacso Wright Building Company 203-227-4134
had the pleasure of building or working on this beautiful home here at Wright Building Company. Due to the high volume of questions from our valued Houzz viewers we are unable to provide specific project details at this time. If you're considering a renovation, addition or building project and would
203-227-4134. Regards, Erno Bacso Vice President Wright Building Company Westport, CT | www.wrightbuild.com
Hi, Thank you for reaching out. We've had the pleasure of building or working on this beautiful home here at Wright Building Company. The Interior design of these projects are handled
Nick Noyes Architecture
the buildings and I pictured my garages in the back with the granny flat like that. I like.
This glassed-in walkway contrasts the solid-walled building. Picture walking from one structure to the next as an experience. You're drawn toward the light in the connector, then to the view, and then your field of view is visually compressed once you enter the adjacent structure.
Douglas Design Studio
Toronto Cabbagetown Home
Build a foyer where there isn't one.
can build it to fix a front entrance that opens up right into the living room
Build an entry, Take 1. Is walling in and sectioning off your front door too over-the-top? Not if you do it with the grace and beauty of this glass and wood
1. Add a vestibule. If your front door opens directly into your living space, consider building a small vestibule. A petite glassed-in version, like the one shown here, won’t take up too much space and will still allow light to pass through. A vestibule will protect the interior from wind blowing in
Build an entry, Take 1. Is walling in and sectioning off your front door too over-the-top? Not if you do it with the grace and beauty of this glass and wood enclosure. If you live in a climate frequently
Arthur Rutenberg Homes
Dream We Build. The sofa is from Angela Fine Furnishings, LLC. Thanks!
Thank you for your interest in Arthur Rutenberg Homes, where You Dream We Build. Drapery panels were purchased from Robert Allen Fabrics, Inc.
Thank you for your interest in Arthur Rutenberg Homes, where You Dream We Build. The
Thank you for your interest in Arthur Rutenberg Homes, where You Dream We Build. The door finish is bronze. Thanks!
Thank you for your interest in Arthur Rutenberg Homes, where You Dream We Build. The chair is from Angela Fine Furnishings, LLC. Thanks!
Thank you for your interest in Arthur Rutenberg Homes, where You Dream We Build. The light fixture is from Kichler, Style Laurel #42862 SWZ. If you have any trouble procuring these items, please contact one of our Design Studios
Passive House Retreat
I like the wood cladded to building. deep entry for passive solar
kind of getaway. All too aware of the exorbitant cost of heating a home in New England, they were easily persuaded by architect Stephanie Horowitz to build a "passive" house — one heated primarily by the sun. Horowitz is a principal architect at ZeroEnergy Design (ZED), a firm that specializes in energ
siting of the home,” Horowitz says. “Imagine a pyramid where design is at the base, building envelope is the next layer, followed by systems and renewable-energy sources at the top. The full potential of the building system will never be realized if the design base is not in place.”
A supertight building envelope can help manage energy loss, especially when the temperature difference between the interior and the exterior varies greatly. Stephanie Horowitz