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Kanner Architects - CLOSED
KANNER ARCHITECTS
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... an L-shaped plan embraces a large patio. Lots of glass allow interior views toward this space and the hills and ravine beyond
... an L-shaped plan embraces a large patio. Lots of glass allow interior views toward this space and the hills and ravine beyond.
“Flat-roofed space on left side - can do similar on flat-roof area?” — flykato
Elizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
2 Reviews
Vermont Lake Home
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The new structure inverts a traditional floor plan — the entry is at the top level, and the main living areas are at lake level below. Herrmann chose Port Orford cedar siding for its durability and warm color. "It glows with a soft honey-colored stain and looks great throughout the year as the trees
“wood” — lgastel
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Exterior
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Yet in the rear, the house in Sullivan Canyon opens itself up to a small yard created through the L-shaped plan.
Yet in the rear, the house in Sullivan Canyon opens itself up to a small yard created through the L-shaped plan.
“fire pit area with floor cushions” — garciax5
Bluetime Collaborative
Stratton
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feet above any roof surface. On sloping roofs the top of the flue must usually be 2 feet above any roof surface within 10 horizontal feet. When planning the location of your woodstove on the interior, note the exit point and the roof lines above. A flue exiting on the low end of a pitched roof will
3 feet above any roof surface. On sloping roofs the top of the flue must usually be 2 feet above any roof surface within 10 horizontal feet. When planning the location of your woodstove on the interior, note the exit point and the roof lines above. A flue exiting on the low end of a pitched roof will
“chimney” — gchangpublic
Long Island Modernism 1930-1980
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near the first one. Breuer's design is dramatically different than his earlier house, opting for a parabolic arch-shaped concrete roof over a square plan of concrete and stucco walls.
near the first one. Breuer's design is dramatically different than his earlier house, opting for a parabolic arch-shaped concrete roof over a square plan of concrete and stucco walls.
“Ramp to the second floor” — Aaron Wilson
Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
1 Review
Villa Ercolano, Ercolano - Italy
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Planning the terrace and swimming pool area was one of Frezza's favorite parts of this project. She wanted this outdoor living area to have a more modern look
Planning the terrace and swimming pool area was one of Frezza's favorite parts of this project. She wanted this outdoor living area to have a more modern look while also giving it timeless style.
“Pool” — ajsylee
Kariouk Associates
Chelsea Hill House
Ideabooks1,422
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CMU is the most common building block masons use these days. CMU stands for concrete masonry unit, and is usually referred to as CMU on architectural plans. Laypeople tend to refer to CMU as cinder block, concrete block or just block. Regardless of what you call it, this material is frequently used thanks
CMU is the most common building block masons use these days. CMU stands for concrete masonry unit, and is usually referred to as CMU on architectural plans. Laypeople tend to refer to CMU as cinder block, concrete block or just block. Regardless of what you call it, this material is frequently used thanks
“design application of cinderblock” — Jason Saboury
DiGiacomo Homes & Renovation
11 Reviews
Outdoor Finery
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1. Paint your home’s exterior. If you are planning to have your home painted this year, the warm, dry weather makes summer the ideal time.How to paint your house 2. Check for cracks in the foundation. Take a walk around your home and check carefully for cracks in the foundation — even a small crack that
“front porch furniture” — Carol Mahida
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