87 cast concrete firepit Entry Design Photos

Cheng Design
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House 6 - Menlo Park
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Pivot Door and 12" thick concrete wall, House 6 concrete and wood home House 6, is Cheng Design’s sixth custom home project, was redesigned and constructed from top-to-bottom. The project represents a major career milestone thanks to the unique and innovative use of concrete, as this residence is one
one of Cheng Design’s first-ever ‘hybrid’ structures, constructed as a combination of wood and concrete. Photography: Matthew Millman
Hello, thank you for your inquiry. The floors you see in this photo is made of poured in place concrete. The flooring at the entry is a "corded" look, where grooves or scores have been created in the concrete to give dimension and texture.
3c - corded concrete could be 'pathway' to front door
“wall” — duterte
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
Mount Bonnell Modern
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the opportunity to pour in place or are renovating) we have light weight concrete panels that will give you this look. Hope that helps, feel free to contact me for more info. lise@2stone.ca We ship!
Poured-in-place concrete. The lines you see are from the edges of the plywood formboards, and the
the concrete and the uniform holes from the concrete moldings.
Check out formed concrete from "2stone Designer Concrete". Use formed concrete like this for deck walls?
could we make concrete or tile up to the overhang or a little further back and do deck the rest of the way?
gray concrete wall with metal studs to break it up
to this five-story house on a steep and wooded lot is highlighted by the tall reinforced concrete wall on the left. Directly behind it is the interior stair, which is actually supported by the structural concrete wall. The exterior is articulated with horizontal lines and a grid of holes, marks of the
“I like the geometric shape in the concrete and the uniform holes from the concrete moldings.” — joshbe
aamodt / plumb architects
9 Reviews
Hamptons Beach House
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The curving shadows cast by perforated panels here are comforting not only because of their shapes, but because they change during the
Love the light cast by screen
The curving shadows cast by perforated panels here are comforting not only because of their shapes, but because they change during the course of the day and from season to season.
Shadows cast by perforated panels--stunning, plus movement throughout
could put stencils on the windows to cast shadows
The curving shadows cast by perforated panels here are comforting not only because of their shapes, but because they change during the course of
The curving shadows cast by perforated panels here are comforting not only because of their shapes, but because they change during the course of the day and from season to season.
“The walls” — Markie Caine
ALCOVA architecture
Magnolia House
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Cast-in-place concrete wall as barrier between master bed and driveway
Fiber Cement with wood, looks like concrete tilt up.
entrance; concrete stairs
Hardi-panel concrete with cedar
HardiePanels - concrete
wood and concrete exterior
Siding and concrete wall
the concrete address
concrete garden wall
holes in concrete...concrete steps
“Entrance” — Claire Hochfeld
Burdge & Associates Architects
3 Reviews
7377 Birdview Ave
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Is the surface above the door board form concrete or stained wood?
Would be interested in knowing the wood and stain used if not concrete. Thanks. Jill
I notice one section of board-formed concrete in this photo. What type of finish was used on the other exterior walls? is it painted?
is this the stucco / BF concrete exterior materials?
“Madera vieja” — avrilcastrejon
Shubin + Donaldson Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Toro Canyon Residence
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Initially they looked like concrete backer board to me, then poured concrete. If they are indeed poured concrete, what purpose do the holes serve? In any case, this is awesome work. I love it!
Jay, here is more detailed information to follow up your question: The concrete walls are 12" thick and were cast in place using plywood forms. Form-ties are used during construction to keep the forms in place with wet concrete. Once cured, the ties are snapped off and leave the holes as a result. They
pay attention to the concrete. the holes in the wall and the hall have definite energy which appeals to me.
“concrete” — Danny Charles
Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
The Bridge House
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This floor is polished, stained, concrete with in-floor hydronic heating. Thanks for looking!
Great home! Especially love this atrium and it being an intimate retreat, love the floor and bench too - the stained concrete is wonderful - any further information as to the stain would be of interest
interest as I did think it may have had thought it was copper clad before learning it was concrete.
What material was used for the flooring in this project? Or how was the concrete stained?
parlor palm, do the shadow trick. If the plant casts a shadow when the light is the most intense, then the location should be fine.
aluminum framing, concrete floors and bench
it prefers warmth and indirect light.Tip: To determine if the light intensity is too great for your parlor palm, do the shadow trick. If the plant casts a shadow when the light is the most intense, then the location should be fine.
“Walls” — Nisha Ravindranathan
Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
4 Reviews
Stefani House
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Larger pavers, but instead of pebbles in between it could be aggregate concrete?
again, the large concrete walkway with
Large concrete pavers and pea gravel surround for walkway to front door.
concrete block pathway
large cast-in-place pads with small
Entry with concrete squares
Rocks in between concrete
Concrete pavers
“house number sign” — johc44
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