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My Houzz: Creative Open-Concept Home in Toronto
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Creative, DIY ways to decorate your house!
Bader's favorite furniture piece in the house is the powder room sink, made from a salad bowl. The designers drilled out the bottom to connect the plumbing and surrounded it with a simple plywood ledge.
affordable sink in this home. The bottom of the bowl was simply drilled through for the plumbing. See this house: Creative Open-Concept Home in Toronto
“cool looking” — lrwilmore
Randy Brown
Randy Brown Architects
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exterior of laboratory house - kitchen, dining room, living space
find a spot on the globe that you can claim as your own and build what will be a home. And maybe that land isn't a few acres that's never been trampled on. Maybe it's an existing house that's just old and tired and has suffered some neglect. The house whispers to you that it really does want to shed
single-pane windows, and you know you're the person to do that. So take heart if you decide to transform that sow's ear into a silk purse. You'll be amazed at the transformation that can take place.
House to fit on to land on south
Green house like bridge between stpaces
The cantilevered bedroom adds an impressive visual element to the house
“Cool” — Emile Fynn
Beard + Riser Architects
exterior view from rear
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Can a floor plan be obtained for this house?
I'm living in Southern Louisiana and have an all metal house and need to reinsulate the inside. What methods
This is a custom home designed for the owners; we don't sell house plans. Glad you like the home!
back screen porch or green house
Rare is a house covered completely in corrugated metal. In most cases it is used selectively for walls or roofs. This house in Spring Hill, Mississippi by architects John Beard and Dale Riser exhibits this predilection
Rare is a house covered completely in corrugated metal. In most cases it is used selectively for walls or roofs. This house in Spring Hill, Mississippi by architects John Beard and Dale Riser exhibits this predilection, even as the various materials work together in this contemporary rural home.
“Wood metal glass” — lorinovick
Nick Deaver Architect
5 Reviews
Walkabout Exterior
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Thanks for your interest in Nick's work. The corrugated galvanized metal was installed during the construction phase. Please consult your builder regarding retrofit.
Thank you for your interest in our work. We are considering reproducing the plans
If you would like us to contact you when and if they become available, please email nick@nickdeaver.com with your name, address, property address and telephone number.
Thank you for your interest in our work. Traditional fiberglass batts were used in the ceiling and walls. It was an inexpensive
Architect calls this house Walkabout, but it is located in suburban Austin, not Australia. The name is apt both for the building's vernacular appearance (covered in corrugated metal) and the low-maintenance landscaping, recalling a place more remote than it is. The linear house carefully locates shaded
“Guest house” — Ledh Eslamieh
McIntosh Poris Associates
3 Reviews
Birmingham House
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are there other photos from this house?
case: Your passions. Book lovers, athletes, outdoorsy types, musicians, crafters … you know who you are. And more important, you know how easy it is to collect more and more stuff to support your passion. Being aware of exactly what you already own is a good first step toward reining in your collections
collections — perhaps your yarn stash is in such disarray, you end up buying yarn you already have. But it’s also a good idea to start paying attention to what you actually use. If you treasure your books, notice which ones you actually pick up from time to time — I realized a while ago that I rarely pick
Special case: Your passions. Book lovers, athletes, outdoorsy types, musicians, crafters … you know who you are. And more important, you know how easy it is to collect more and more stuff to support your passion. Being aware of exactly what you already own is a good first step toward reining in your collections
“Use of space for library, space saving” — brisco7773
Matt Garcia Design
2 Reviews
Llano Exit Strategy
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What methods did you use to insulate the interior of your home. My house is an all metal house and I'm going to reinsulate the interior soon. I live in So Louisiana and humidity is an issue. Any info you can pass my way will help me. Thanks.
Small house (out of metal)
Metal building house
beautiful guest house
Cool guest houses for Majiwa
guest house....eco house...Cool tiny house...Guest house...Metal house...Guest house on farm...Donnelly house....guest houses
“OMG. This is so cool!!!” — susiefitzgerald
Studio Green
7 Reviews
studio green
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I love the way this house inhabits the ravine.
The house forms a bridge in the landscape, heightening the drama of its surrounds
very interesting narrow house acts as bridge
between interior spaces, often in bar-shaped buildings. The breezeway at the end of this walk looks to the trees beyond. It's an interesting element in a house, one that acts like a bridge across a ravine.
over it, this home is a clear, linear gesture that links places together in a wonderfully engaging way.More: Design Lessons From a 10-Foot-Wide Row House
after fires, floods or clearings; pruning periodically thins the plant out and maintains its shape in a process that mimics nature's.More: What to Do in Your Garden Now
“Corten steel siding” — weberrobertpaul
Nic Darling
100k Stair Wall
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Who made your stair for you? I'm in Philly and renovating my house and don't want a box stair.
hey, i am currently designing my house and am looking at having plywood timber panels and exposed studwork finishes internally. do you have to laquer or finish the timbers
I believe the stairway was created by Interface Studio Architects for a project called the 100k House. Here's a link to the architect: http://www.is-architects.com/main/
in single family housing," Nic says. "Using an open floorplan and non-traditional finish materials, we captured a look that appealed to our demographic while also shaving down construction costs."
Go for broke. Thinking outside the box is easy when you make the space conform to your immediate need
“fun idea” — Jessica Nelson
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