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Caitlin & Caitlin Design Co.
Arts District Loft
custom piece that we designed and fabricated by having a piece of acrylic cut to size and placed over two sawhorse legs that we found on Etsy. A fun DIY project!
legs that we found on Etsy. A fun DIY project!
Liz & John: Sutton, QC
Curious as to whether this is DIY or off the shelf... Also about bulbs... Imagine they would be hot, any info on the type?
Large space, great for multiple projects
BWArchitects (formerly Basil Walter Architects)
West Village Townhouse 2
The architect for the first project we looked at, Tom Kundig, refers to the mechanics controlling his kinetic constructions as gizmos. It’s an apt term for the idiosyncratic devices invented
This project was a renovation of a structure constructed during the Industrial Revolution, a time when the very nature of machines was being forged. This gizmo
This project was a renovation of a structure constructed during the Industrial Revolution, a time when the very nature of machines was being forged. This gizmo employs mechanical advantage by way of a series of gears that use a small amount of force to lift up this large window. Kinetic walls blur the
Clerestory treatment from the Division Street project.
High roof with open ventilation system for project room
take the strain from you by doing all the editing before showing you a couple of options. This limits the amount of energy you need to put into the project.’
conventions (line weights etc.), it’s inherently a more efficient methodology for putting together a set of drawings. And the larger and more complex project you do, the more this holds true.If you’ve been using 2D CAD to produce drawings, the decision is more nuanced. Downtime, at least initially when you’re
Quantum Windows & Doors, Inc.
Quantum Windows & Doors | FINNE Architects | Gordon Gibson Construction
Quantum’s custom wood Signature Series windows and Lift & Slide doors. The architect called for Clear Vertical Grain (CVG) Douglas Fir throughout the project with Ironwood Sills used on the Lift & Slide doors. Sequential angled windows with sandblasted, or obscure, glass allow for natural lighting to enter
For information on the chairs, please contact the architect on this project: Nils Finne of FINNE Architects (...) and if he does not know, he may be able to direct you to the interior designer? Good Luck!