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RD Architecture, LLC
10 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks7,816
Questions9
to turn up unexpectedly. It's the nature of the beast. The builder who contracted this remodel is on houzz also. - Chuck Bosch with Built Incorporated in Houston. He may be able to tell you more about the staining process. A lot of home improvement stores carry concrete stain, if you are a DIY-er.
additive, to name a few. It also depends on your builders subcontractors. If you are contracting it out yourself - The best bet is to get several quotes listing those factors so you can compare apples to apples. However, we always recommend hiring a builder whether you need to permit or not. It saves you
That is definitely a question for the builder, Chuck Bosch, with Built Incorporated. You can find him on houzz.com, also. I know there are some factors - i.e. the condition of the slab, new or
“potolok” — degnera
Randy Brown
Randy Brown Architects
Ideabooks2,299
Questions0
like geometric room--still want a covered verandah--how do I harmonize these ideas--work with builder.
land is a bridge. Whether tenuous, ethereal, forceful or dynamic, a bridge can create a desirable transition space between outside and inside, between home and landscape. See how bridges can create these transitions and take on a character of their own.
the burbs with the good schools or some other place. The point is, 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
suburb with good schools, beautiful parks or convenient grocery shopping. The point is, find a spot on the globe you can claim as your own and build a home there.Maybe the land isn’t pristine. Maybe it’s an existing house that’s old and tired and has suffered some neglect. The house may whisper to you
“Bridge” — awhite1972
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Cow Hollow Modern
Ideabooks251
Questions0
This formally Edwardian home was seismically upgraded and completely remodeled into a modern residence consisting of concrete, steel and glass. The three story structure is served by an elevator and rests on an exposed concrete garage accessed by a grated aluminum gate. An eight by six foot anodized
case with etched Starfire guardrails. The stainless steel Bulthaup kitchen and module systems include a 66 foot counter that spans the depth of the home. Photos: Marion Brenner Architect: Stanley Saitowitz
“See thru wall” — jetawayholiday72
Rad Design Inc
5 Reviews
Market
Ideabooks6,893
Questions1
is a historic building that was converted info residential lofts by a builder. Historic conversions are meant to look rough and 'loft' like and they usually do because of many restrictions. The conversation was done by the builder.
evidence of a structural problem or an issue with the soil the home is built on. You should also take a peek inside the electrical box. If it’s a mess, that’s a good indication that you’re going to have to do some rewiring.And if the home has ever been remodeled, make sure it’s properly ventilated. Ventura
“❤️” — bubblez325
Nick Deaver Architect
5 Reviews
Walkabout Exterior
Ideabooks6,264
Questions5
wondering how feasible this is to add to an existing frame home. thank you.
Thanks for your interest in Nick's work. The corrugated galvanized metal was installed during the construction phase. Please consult your builder regarding retrofit.
Cool slanted metal home and patio
extra protection. Think about the most common time of day you’ll be using the patio and work with an architect to determine the best angle for your home.
“Elegant” — mccarthy714
Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
Ideabooks5,168
Questions2
concessions from the home owner. Still they were closer to their vision than a code restricted version. The third, and in our experience most common "way around" the codes is modifying after inspection. Basically this answer to your question is that the stairs do not meet code and the builder/homeowner/whoever
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
“Sheen and texture of rough wood” — William V. Noval
Tanya Schoenroth Design
16 Reviews
Burnaby Capitol Hill Residence
Ideabooks3,723
Questions6
interiors: Tanya Schoenroth Design, architecture: Scott Mitchell, builder: Boffo Construction, photo: Janis Nicolay
I'm not familiar with the specs for the exterior surfaces or construction, but there was definitely some metal and wood cladding on the outside of the home. There are no moisture problems to my knowledge.
Chairsinteriors: Tanya Schoenroth Design, architecture: Scott Mitchell, builder: Boffo Construction, photo: Janis Nicolaychairs Chairs I love the gray and white
“Fireplace” — McKinney Development/ A Sense of Organization
Nick Deaver Architect
5 Reviews
Walkabout Exterior
Ideabooks7,669
Questions6
material is corrugated galvanized metal, steel, and concrete. Your local builder would have the information you need. kathleen deaver
Thanks for your interest. The understand that the Owners found the screen door at Home Depot. Kathleen Deaver
love this steel siding on a modern home
Corrugated Metal Home Exterior
screen door - home depot
Screen door Home Depot
“Use of corrugation in entry” — ksbears
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