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DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Book House
Ideabooks1,476
Questions2
Love the steel beams replacing the old walls! - replaced the plaster walls with steel beams and created permeable walls with rift-sawn oak open bookshelves to store part of the couple’s extensive
replaced the plaster walls with steel beams and created permeable walls with rift-sawn oak open bookshelves
AFTER ENTRY: Working with interior designer Nancy Burfiend, DeForest replaced the plaster walls with steel beams and created permeable walls with rift-sawn oak open bookshelves to store part of the couple’s extensive collection
the new front door, made with etched glass that provides privacy but lets in natural light. Working with interior designer Nancy Burfiend, DeForest replaced the plaster walls with steel beams and created permeable walls with rift-sawn oak open bookshelves to store part of the couple’s extensive collection
“looks solid but isn't” — mom1st
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks1,280
Questions1
yamamar designSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Yama replaced the failing anodized aluminum windows with new powder-coated aluminum units from Fleetwood. Transom windows illuminate a covered deck. Like all the
see the whitewash walls; replaced the failing anodized aluminum windows with new powder-coated aluminum units from Fleetwood.
toward the view of Berkeley, the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. midcentury entry by yamamar design yamamar design Save to Ideabook Email Photo Yama replaced the failing anodized aluminum windows with new powder-coated aluminum units from Fleetwood. Transom windows illuminate a covered deck. Like all the
Yama replaced the failing anodized aluminum windows with new powder-coated aluminum units from Fleetwood. Transom windows illuminate a covered deck. Like all the decks in the house, this one got new railings. Looking at this image, it’s hard not to think of Julius Shulman’s classic 1960 photograph of
“Simple and uncomplicated” — sandnmytoez
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks1,891
Questions3
entry didn’t encourage that, so Yama worked with contractor U Unlimited to match the floor levels inside and out to encourage better flow, and to replace the sliders with retractable NanaWalls, erasing distinctions between interior and exterior.
entry didn’t encourage that, so Yama worked with contractor U Unlimited to match the floor levels inside and out to encourage better flow, and to replace the sliders with retractable NanaWalls, erasing distinctions between interior and exterior.
“NANA walls” — jngbeckett
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks1,041
Questions2
the flow of light into the downstairs. Yama’s mission throughout the remodel was to minimize doors and maximize glass. In keeping with that goal, he replaced the wood wall with panels of clear glass, enhancing the flow of light as well as the view.
the flow of light into the downstairs. Yama’s mission throughout the remodel was to minimize doors and maximize glass. In keeping with that goal, he replaced the wood wall with panels of clear glass, enhancing the flow of light as well as the view.
“Ddd” — Mavery Mennes
Sigmar
Notting Hill Flat
Ideabooks428
Questions1
Wondering if you could provide the source for this door? I would like to replace the existing door and am interested in this look. Thank you so much!
bare-bulb pendant...Bare bulbs...Lone bulb
“luminária” — estudante
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
20 Reviews
Exterior - Daytime
Ideabooks1,347
Questions1
decoration, one of the neatest things that you can add to your home is a rain chain. This replaces the traditional gutter system and diverts rain water away from the house in a pretty manner.
rain chain.This replaces the traditional gutter system and diverts rain water away from the house in a pretty
Rain chains are prettier and hopefully quieter In terms of decoration, one of the neatest things that you can add to your home is a rain chain. This replaces the traditional gutter system and diverts rain water away from the house in a pretty manner.
“color and style ok” — sconnell67
Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
Ideabooks10,194
Questions10
Replacement process: Installing a unit is fairly straightforward, particularly if it’s a surface-mounted product, says Tom Borden, principal at Construction
through wood, aluminum, brick, stucco, concrete or other entryway materials. If the bell no longer tolls for you, it’s likely the button that needs replacing. Remove the old doorbell cover (usually mounted with two screws), and disconnect the interchangeable wires from the back. Tape the wires down so they
test the bell. Since bell buttons often come as a set with a chime box (and chime boxes offer different ringing options and tones), it may be worth replacing the box. The chime box typically is installed on an inside wall high enough to be heard throughout the home (notice the chime box at the top-left
“Light” — creinland
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
Ideabooks9,533
Questions6
I'm looking to replace our daggy aluminium doors to the back garden with timber look but in maintenance free material. Would prefer stackers. Are they available...?
replace the 3 doors opening up to the backyard with 2 doors that open out
To replace sliding doors
“Doors open OUT. So nice.” — Blue Ocean Studio
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