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MICHAEL HENNESSEY ARCHITECTURE
Sonoma Barn - Front Shading
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vines can grow on a metal grid so as not to damage structure
Metal Grid for vines to grow on.
idea to grow in front of shed where netball ring is
a look at the frames used to grow vines on
screen with flowering vines growing up would look nice on exterior
Conceal with creepersThere’s no quick fix to waiting for a vine to grow, but an ambitious framework on this serious-sized shed suggests the end results will be well worth it. Meanwhile, the greenery looks really lovely against
“Plant wall” — Derrick Dulay
Ancient Surfaces
6 Reviews
Patio layout showcasing our unique stone elements in architectural settings.
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Here's what we have tagged under that product shown above. "Foundation Slabs by Ancient Surfaces http://www.ancientsurfaces.com/Foundation-Slabs.html Thick Limestone that is impervious to any weather conditions and ware and tare abuse." This stone is available in stock and for pricing or more info
very tuscan. like the wrought iron lattice for plant to grow on to
love outdoor, house color, vines growing on house
“Windows with shutters, French doors and exterior lights” — gingac
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
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Gravel again? Vine growing on house.
Grow creeping fig to break up wall?
I love ivy growing on cobblestone and brick.
clematis, there are heaps of plants that will romp up your house’s walls and bring colour and even fragrance to your front facade. Some need trellis to grow through, while others are happy to climb up the brickwork.
“Green Facade” — aaadubey
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5 Reviews
Schulman Residence
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plants, but they’re a great alternative to trees in areas that need vertical protection. Intersperse plantings with architectural details or use dense-growing cacti like Mexican Fencepost to create a living fence.
plants, but they’re a great alternative to trees in areas that need vertical protection. Intersperse plantings with architectural details or use dense-growing cacti like Mexican Fencepost to create a living fence.
“Pattern/repetition” — John Twigg
CBI Design Professionals, Inc.
1 Review
Side Entry Exterior
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What type of ivy is growing on home?
We were the Architect on this home's multiple renovations. The ivy has been growing on the home since it was built in the late 1990's. The Landscape designer did inform us that it is called Boston Ivy. He prefers this kind of ivy as it does not damage the structure of the home.
“Door” — marybickel
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Pickering
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my builder said the wood products company would not provide a warranty for wood with vines growing on it. My pergola started rotting out after 4 years of vines. What wood would be recommended and how long would it last?
rectangular slabs with tight, low-growing groundcover in between
Grow vines on backyard For shade
“terasa” — Beka Akhvlediani
Blue Forest UK Ltd
Blue Forest Tree House
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What happens to the house as the tree grows mad gets larger?
I think it is dumb to put the roof around the tree because it always keeps growing and you can't get a good seal
4. A tree house in GreeceGrowing up in East Africa, Simon Payne always felt an attachment to the great outdoors and, in particular, tree houses. After a daytrip to Athens, Greece,
A tree house in GreeceGrowing up in East Africa, Simon Payne always felt an attachment to the great outdoors and, in particular, tree houses. After a daytrip to Athens, Greece,
“Tree house!” — kasijo
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Matthews Exterior
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Homewares -- available in a variety of finishes and can be mounted with or without the extension tubes. Find them here: http://www.atlashomewares.com/avhonu.html
less waste and less energy used making new materials (and less work for contractors like me). Of course, there will always be work building for a growing population and serving people's changing needs and tastes. I just hate tearing out a cheap floor that lasted only 10 years.
less waste and less energy used making new materials (and less work for contractors like me). Of course, there will always be work building for a growing population and serving people's changing needs and tastes. I just hate tearing out a cheap floor that lasted only 10 years.More guides to green building
“Entry” — carlotc
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