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Pearson Design Group
1 Review
Mountain Modern
Ideabooks1,251
Questions2
Employing a combination of steel and wood on this connector roof, the architects engineered the roof to support sustained snow loads while capably protecting
Employing a combination of steel and wood on this connector roof, the architects engineered the roof to support sustained snow loads while capably protecting the walkway below from snow accumulation.
“Just beautiful” — netcow
Modus Design Studio
house_99
Ideabooks17,883
Questions11
decodesigncenter.com/ could do a custom door as could many door companies. Check out stock doors here: http://www.dooremporium.com/Cat/GreenDoors/31.aspx
http://www.dooremporium.com/Cat/GreenDoors/31.aspx possible baseboard
“Porte” — sfassier
ecco design inc. architects
Phinney Ridge Remodel
Ideabooks3,546
Questions3
Here is a similar door with a similar design: http://www.doors4home.com/c-348-ac-703-a.aspx
“door and porch size” — dannielleschoenrock
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Shingle style home in Hanover NH
Ideabooks7,119
Questions3
metal finishes and ten glass options - satin black is one of the metal. You can find them at this link: http://www.arroyo-craftsman.com/products_indv.aspx?Category=Family&Item=Evergreen&Family=Evergreen&ItemNum=EH-12 Hope that helps!
“like the simple corbel” — mguggina
Affordable Interiors
1 Review
735 Buttercup Trace
Ideabooks9,083
Questions9
as far as wood goes. If could also be fiberglass. we carry this style of door if you have any questions. http://www.doors4home.com/c-576-wp400p.aspx
“Lanterns” — ak828
NZ Builders ltd
Wain Rd - Pre-Cast Insulated Concrete Panel Passive Solar Home
Ideabooks1,488
Questions2
Gray also wanted the home to function for his family for many years to come. So he employed many universal design principles, many of which center around the use of a wheelchair in the home. A ramp leads to the front door, for example; all
Gray also wanted the home to function for his family for many years to come. So he employed many universal design principles, many of which center around the use of a wheelchair in the home. A ramp leads to the front door, for example; all the hallways are 5 feet wide, and the doorways are 3 feet wide
“Woodstore” — wekaheights
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