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Office Sian Architecture & Design
Hackney Shed
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design help, you might encounter people who bill themselves as architects, and others who call themselves designers. Here is my attempt to clarify the differences. Architect: You can call yourself an architect and advertise with the words “architect” or “architecture” in your business name only if you are
are licensed to practice architecture. Licensed architects typically have a degree from an accredited college, have completed a few thousand intern hours under a licensed professional, and have completed a series of eight rigorous exams. Designer: Those without an architecture license can call themselves
“Cheap-assed shelving.” — tommychoc
Rob Bramhall Architects
Ten Acre Meadow
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Bramhall Architects As I recall it was vertical grain. August 14, 2013 at 6:00am Like glamorganic love the natural siding April 3, 2014 at 9:33am Like rahkonenj How did you leave room for expansion contraction between the boards ? May 8, 2014 at 6:06am Like PRO Rob Bramhall Architects It is t&g
“Barn” — naandj35
Kelly & Stone Architects
7 Reviews
Nourth Routt Retreat
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June 10, 2013 at 7:55am Like 1 atel how was the clad steel treated to get the rusted look? June 19, 2013 at 10:24am Like PRO Kelly & Stone Architects my own patina recipe: 1 part 35% peroxide 1 part acetic acid 1 part water 1 part salt :) August 6, 2013 at 7:35am Like 5 dvgroup Hello: We really
“Techos” — carmundo65
Jeff Herr Photography
3 Reviews
Exteriors
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Houzz listing is nothing more than advertising for my business. I am hired by magazines, designers and builders to photograph their spaces. I photograph the space, get paid and move on to the next assignment. If I like the shot enough I put it on here to advertise my work.
“Cute cottage living” — Annabel Sherman
Barcode House, MVRDV
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which "sees the single-family home as the worst-case scenario of urban development," as the book notes) is for a couple who sold their successful advertising company in 2004 to spend more time with their "patchwork family of seven," as the book describes it. Aiming for a place with a balance of urban feel
“Great” — kunene
Concept to Design
Vesta Properties - "Blume" Show Suites
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“Adams pristine garage” — emilio1988
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Mazama Guest Cabin
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5. Looking for insight into our design sensibility? Ask who our architectural role models are. Ask any architects you are considering hiring for your project
on smaller jobs … but not always. Homeowners are more apt to hire a contractor than an architect for smaller jobs, but are there times they should reconsider? “It depends on the job, and it depends on the architect, as you might expect,” says Coates. Most architecture firms with less than 10 people do
A desire to live more efficiently manifests itself in overall scale as well as smart details. Architect Nils Finne characterizes Seattle style as "not showy, with an understated and restrained sense of style — small houses, not McMansions."
“over the garage addition idea” — bunnicula
M Valdes Architects PLLC
DIY Shed
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resources for finding the right architect. Having a contractor and an architect who work well together is probably the single most important ingredient for a successful project.The American Institute of Architects. Professional organizations such as the American Institute of Architects (AIA) are a good source
When Family Handyman magazine commissioned architect Marcelo Valdes to design a woodshop shed that the average homeowner could construct in one weekend from local lumber store materials, he responded with a concept that stuck to a one-word mantra: "simplicity." “Traditional sheds are always so cottage-y
3. Pick a profession.Architect [Charles and Ray Eames lounge chair]Woodworker [Charles and Ray Eames molded plywood chair]Decorator [Eero Aarnio Ball chair]Evil villain [Arne Jacobsen Egg chair]Philosopher [Philippe Starck Ghost chair]Psychiatrist [Le Corbusier LC4 chaise lounge
“doors on two sides” — matthewjw
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