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Locus Architecture
Rural Vernacular
Ideabooks1,070
Questions1
linked to article about gardens in clay-heavy soil.
Seed bombs with clay and soil
though). You can use seed bombs in your own garden or as economical plant gifts for whoever you think might benefit. Ready for the recipe? It’s simple: clay powder or soil, compost, seeds and water. Locus Architecture Architects & Designers Rural Vernacular Locus Architecture URL www.locusarchitecture.com
simple: clay powder or soil, compost, seeds and water.
Understand what type of garden is achievable in clay soil. It would take a lot of work, for example, to turn your clay soil into
wetland plants in areas without the correct soil type. The meadow garden pictured here would likely thrive in a clay soil, because it includes a variety of prairie-type plants that tolerate clay.
“House” — howskat
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52
Ideabooks3,333
Questions6
Wall made with clay ceiling tiles
We're not located in a place where terracotta clay shingles are used very often, but one must comment on the beauty and durability of them.
Clay tile...CLAY TILE SCREEN...rail of clay tiles...Clay pipe wall
“Roof2” — underw11
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
28 Reviews
Hobbit House
Ideabooks7,540
Questions4
What type of roof is this? Clay tile?
Wow! First time I see this clay tile application. Does it require the same frame support?
Yes, it is a clay tile roof by Northern Roof Tiles.
clay chimney pot...clay tile...clay tile roof
“Dream home, simple as that:)” — mmmcuppycakes
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks7,661
Questions10
Clay Roofing Tiles and Natural Stone Exterior Walls
love the irregularity of clay roof tile
clay tiles over front door
Stone and clay tile roof
clay tile...clay tile roof
“tile color” — adowen
Dorman Architects
11 Reviews
House on a hill
Ideabooks489
Questions0
yellow or grey stone wall? Since it is derived from clay, yellow often shows up in stones. Use yellow-toned stone for the exterior of your home, as a low wall in your landscape or for a fireplace (indoor or outdoor) to add contrasting warmth if other stones you’re using
Since it is derived from clay, yellow often shows up in stones. Use yellow-toned stone for the exterior of your home, as a low wall in your landscape or for a fireplace (indoor or
Since it is derived from clay, yellow often shows up in stones. Use yellow-toned stone for the exterior of your home, as a low wall in your landscape or for a fireplace (indoor or outdoor) to add contrasting warmth if other stones you’re using have typical cool blue and gray tones.
“stone color” — khoopes79
Friehauf Architects Inc.
Santaluz Home
Ideabooks5,913
Questions4
That looks like Redland clay tile. Could be Old Sedona, Cafe Antigua, and adobe Brown. Can be hard to tell from a distance. Contact Roof Tile and Slate. Tory@claytile.com.
The tiles a re almost certainly terracotta or clay. Each manufacturer will have their color
Terracotta roof tiles. The red clay roof tops give the homes a warm, earthy, rustic look. Often the roof lines are multi-level to create interest and asymmetry. This home features a turret
erracotta roof tiles. The red clay roof tops give the homes a warm, earthy, rustic look. Often the roof lines are multi-level to create interest and asymmetry.
4. Terracotta roof tiles. The red clay roof tops give the homes a warm, earthy, rustic look. Often the roof lines are multi-level to create interest and asymmetry. This home features a turret.
“love the inner courtyard with walkways” — Kandis Barlow
Cord Shiflet
Cord Shiflet Dell Estate
Ideabooks1,290
Questions1
Southwestern, Moroccan, Tuscan, Spanish and Italian villa. They all have similar characteristics and emphasize warm earth tones and clay, stucco and tile.Look for: Clay tile roofs, stucco exteriors, terra-cotta tile floors, colorful hand-painted tiles, iron railings, wood-beamed ceilings, elegant furnishings
Southwestern, Moroccan, Tuscan, Spanish and Italian villa. They all have similar characteristics and emphasize warm earth tones and clay, stucco and tile.Look for: Clay tile roofs, stucco exteriors, terra-cotta tile floors, colorful hand-painted tiles, iron railings, wood-beamed ceilings, elegant furnishings
“Pinos” — atrig
Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
1 Review
Park Hill House
Ideabooks1,189
Questions2
It's all wonderful!. I like the clay tile roof, the setting and especially the porch and all the details.
It’s a true American foursquare. Sitting up on the hill with its symmetrical facade and boxy good looks, it communicates strength and solidity. The clay tile roof, front porch etc. were there when Brewer bought the house in 1998. But of course, as with any older house, things needed repair, replacement
It’s a true American foursquare. Sitting up on the hill with its symmetrical facade and boxy good looks, it communicates strength and solidity. The clay tile roof, front porch etc. were there when Brewer bought the house in 1998. But of course, as with any older house, things needed repair, replacement
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