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Heintzman Sanborn Architecture~Interior Design
Toronto Restoration
Ideabooks4,558
Questions11
together) is dictated by the Classical Orders of Architecture. On this house the spacing is about 9" centre to centre. The corners are custom fit, so depending on the width of the house, the centre to centre dimension may vary slightly from wall to wall.
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“trim color” — dashby50
Broken Arrow Workshop
The Miner's Shelter
Ideabooks767
Questions0
capturing views and the solid service core anchoring one side. This interpretation reinforces the school's approach of learning by doing. The students learn construction, but they also learn that design skills are relevant at all scales.
capturing views and the solid service core anchoring one side. This interpretation reinforces the school’s approach of learning by doing. The students learn construction, but they also learn that design skills are relevant at all scales.
und eine mächtige seitliche Versorgungswand verankert das Gebäude im Boden. Diese Interpretation des Entwurfes unterstützt das Konzept der Schule: learning by doing. Die Studenten sammeln hier nicht nur praktische Bauerfahrung – sie lernen auch, dass Entwurfsprinzipien unabhängig vom Maßstab eines Gebäudes
“glass” — mvencil
Carla Aston | Interior Designer
11 Reviews
Porch and Exterior Mouldings Design and Colors
Ideabooks9,601
Questions7
The house and porch are lovely. Is the porch railing composite? If so, who is the manufacturer? Did the center design(chippendale like) deign come as built or built on site? Thank you.
porch with different design in center of each side
getting closer with the center railing design
Prune your landscaping. This helps show off the great railings and details of your porch and helps protect them, too. I learned the hard way last summer that my charming pink roses were causing my porch rails to rot. Some pruning could have saved me a lot of money in repairs.
“Trim color” — dladyche
Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
Tangerine Zing
Ideabooks911
Questions0
Roofline 2 peaks and high center
Dvořák came to the United States and, as only a newcomer could, taught Americans how to learn from the music of our folk heritage. In fact, this is his great contribution to music, the ability to understand and learn from indigenous and folk sources to create a lasting and inspiring music from the bottom
“twin houses” — tjleung11
Isler Homes
1 Review
Greenbrier Exterior
Ideabooks42,618
Questions24
You can learn more about cast stone at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cast_stone or by contacting some manufacturers http://www.caststonesystems.com/home/ http://www
built as follows: 6"frame wall, OSB wall board, Tyvek, masonry block, metal lathe, stucco scratch coat, stucco brown coat, stucco finish coat. You can learn more about stucco at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stucco
with its use of stone, and of Beaux-Arts architecture with the detailed articulation of the facade. There is even a hint of Greek revival with its centered, gabled pediment. Though classical architecture is practically absent in modern commercial building, it shows no signs of giving up in the domestic
“Limestone” — juliestotlar
Liquidscapes
15 Reviews
Rugged Retreat
Ideabooks2,497
Questions0
Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in for tea.
Home (4 / 8) Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in for tea.
Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in for tea.
“Secret cove thing is so cool” — queen_donut
jARCHITECTS: Jim Rymsza, AIA
5 Reviews
Craftsman Second Story Addition
Ideabooks8,288
Questions10
Bottom of posts made to match house siding. No post in center. Could add a post light there & take out old ceiling fixture. Note trims under eves.
Off centered second story - small front porch
regular house in the suburbs. Who would want to rent that? If you are worried that no one will want to stay in your home, don't be. From what I have learned about the house-swapping community, you would be surprised at how well homes in "normal" towns do. Some folks are traveling on business or may have
“mini corbels at upper window” — lucy95120
Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
Ideabooks4,671
Questions3
main room features fir ceilings and a twenty-foot long bay window that enhances the engagement of the inside space to the view. A cupola above the center of the roof brings light deep into the interior of the house.
A cupola above the center of the roof brings light deep into the interior of the house.
Make a habit of sitting and watching the unfolding drama of the landscape. Maybe get a bird book and binoculars or a guide to trees in your area and learn about the species that exist on your property.
“wonder if we could do something structurally like these windows?” — mehull
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