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Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
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work with you then you are offered some protection. The code department may require some modifications but we have worked on many projects that have received a variance even if with some concessions from the home owner. Still they were closer to their vision than a code restricted version. The third
cheated. Either through remodeling an existing home without a permit or modifying the rail after the final inspection. We DO NOT recommend or participate in this approach. Stairs and railing systems are inherently one of the more dangerous aspects of a home. The codes are long established and designed
procedures are followed then there is no issue and we are all for it, after all it is your home. This does bring up one more thing to consider and that is whether or not you intend to sell the house in the future. Many home buyers hire independent inspectors that may ask you to bring the stairs and railing
“Stair case and light together!” — amypheasant40
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Portage Bay
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have a more intimate feel, like a waterside retreat. The rooftop and water-level decks extend and maximize the main living space. The materials for the home’s exterior include a mixture of structural steel and glass, and salvaged cedar blended with Cor ten steel panels. Locally milled reclaimed untreated
Clean and simple define this 1200 square foot Portage Bay floating home. After living on the water for 10 years, the owner was familiar with the area’s history and concerned with environmental issues. With that in mind, she worked with Architect Ryan Mankoski of Ninebark Studios and Dyna to create a
a functional dwelling that honored its surroundings. The original 19th century log float was maintained as the foundation for the new home and some of the historic logs were salvaged and custom milled to create the distinctive interior wood paneling. The atrium space celebrates light and water with open
“Design” — nicgitti
Malbec Homes & Renovations Inc.
4 Reviews
From Concrete Barn to Custom Home
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From Concrete Barn to Custom Home
could you tell me what color paint you used? This Is my favorite home on house. You and the homeowner did an incredible job with every detail! (Thanks for answering all the questions too)
Like the idea of barn to home
I like this idea, the home is big enough to fit three different living spaces (kitchen, dining, and living room) in one great room.
“Open in the other direction with dining to side” — vissewedell
Joel Antunes photography
Kennington Water Tower
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a home gym would be smart
idea growing for workout / home gym...
Home Gym...Home gym flooring
“Weight rack” — sassybelle2
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Portage Bay
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have a more intimate feel, like a waterside retreat. The rooftop and water-level decks extend and maximize the main living space. The materials for the home’s exterior include a mixture of structural steel and glass, and salvaged cedar blended with Cor ten steel panels. Locally milled reclaimed untreated
Clean and simple define this 1200 square foot Portage Bay floating home. After living on the water for 10 years, the owner was familiar with the area’s history and concerned with environmental issues. With that in mind, she worked with Architect Ryan Mankoski of Ninebark Studios and Dyna to create a
a functional dwelling that honored its surroundings. The original 19th century log float was maintained as the foundation for the new home and some of the historic logs were salvaged and custom milled to create the distinctive interior wood paneling. The atrium space celebrates light and water with open
“Yes.” — benstephanie
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Dutchess County Contemporary Barn
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I would love to use a siding material like this one on a partial surface of our new home to set a contrast. => What is this siding and who supplies it?
Modernist homes have that flat roof so that the rectangular or cubic form is what one reads when looking at the home. By using a flat roof, the designer is making the statement that the structure is separate and distinct from nature. Clearly, the home is an object made by humans,
Modernist homes have that flat roof so that the rectangular
rectangular or cubic form is what one reads when looking at the home. By using a flat roof, the designer is making the statement that the structure is separate and distinct from nature. Clearly, the home is an object made by humans, displaying all the rationality of the enlightened mind.
“Exterior siding” — Susan Micham
mark gerwing
Author and Illustrator studio addition
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Lots of shelving for home office.
meetings, that space can’t be counted toward the square footage of your home office.Distinct office space will allow you to easily calculate the percentage of your home that’s used for business and in turn the amount of the home’s expenses (Internet, heat, plowing, utilities, taxes etc.) that can be
take advantage of the tax benefits of the home office deduction, you should be familiar with and in compliance with all of the IRS regulations. Your home office must be your principal place of business and a place where you regularly meet with clients. Your home office square footage must be distinct and
A Dedicated SpaceIf you do choose to work from home, know that you’re not alone. Many professionals have made this choice, including the great Finnish architect Alvar Aalto. That being said, you should do your best to craft an environment dedicated to your professional work. If at all possible, it should
“Spiral staircase” — bbduo
Studio Green
7 Reviews
studio green
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have turned the home into a bridge of sorts. Long, lean profiles can connect disparate parts of the site and allow the home to be an active participant in those experiences. From being suspended over the land to being nestled into it, to moving down and around and over it, this home is a clear, linear
Love Breezeways and homes that go with/blend with the environment.
Design Workshop: Reasons to Love Narrow Homes
have turned the home into a bridge of sorts. Long, lean profiles can connect disparate parts of the site and allow the home to be an active participant in those experiences. From being suspended over the land to being nestled into it, to moving down and around and over it, this home is a clear, linear
“Casa terraza” — luisa0511
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