third floor of a commercial building built in the 70s and of all poured concrete walls and beams with banks of windows, large covered decks, and vaulted concrete ceilings. The original design had black slate, in an out, in mixed rectilinear shapes like the ones shown. We cannot find a source for them
single floor room (like the neighbour on the left of the pic) that didn't stretch across the entire rear of the property. In the UK it's common to knock through this L shape external area and further into the garden to create more room.
used a commercial storefront system?
Love this house by the way - Brendan (architect).
What species wood was used? Also I love the stone exterior - what is this and who manufactures it? Lastly is that stucco on the 2nd floor? If so what colour
more of a commercial look window frame.
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This house is 2800 square feet top two floors and an extra 800 in the basement
making this commercial style door for residential application. I have one and it's the coolest in the neighborhood. Clopay makes one, Wayne Dalton, Amarr. Just google "aluminum garage door" and you'll find options. It is not inexpensive -- mine approached $5K installed but it makes a statement. Be mindful
makes a commercial grade aluminum and glass garage door called the Avante Collection. Dealers located in B.C. www.clopaydoor.com.