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Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Randy Thueme Design Inc.
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What kind of "fence" is that? Are they glass? Metal? Do they light up?
Weird water-filled tubes securing the pool?
Where and how much are each one of theses clear water acrylic tubes cost???
sandblasted glass panels lit with LED and acrylic posts full of bubbles
lot of us get into a rut when trying to imagine fence designs, and wind up settling for the same-old, same-old. These vertical gardens, sandblasted glass panels lit with LEDs and acrylic posts full of bubbles revved up my imagination. Check out all 12 alternatives Ankeny has curated for us. Full story:
“so cool..the boys might pull them up.” — danny42
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Water Towers
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What is the tube material?
fountain con create tubes
Metal / concrete Water tubes
water tubes
“like, whimsical” — drjohkent
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
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We are looking for an alternative to glass for deck fencing that will be both safe for kids and prevent balls, etc. from falling overboard, yet will retain our view. This looks perfect. What
Thanks for your comment...apologies for not replying sooner with this information. The railling is a tube steel structure and panels of perforated steel that patina naturally. Hope this information helps!
Deck railing with steel tubes and panels of perforated steel that patina naturally
The railling is a tube steel structure and panels of perforated steel that patina naturally.
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Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Tim Cuppett Architects
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Courtyard
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Glass is tempered and frosted, approximately 3/4" thick, Glazing installer set panels on steel tabs welded to steel columns, added gaskets; then steel column is skinned with wood.
Acrylic doesn't weather over the years like I assume glass would. Advice??
WhAt type of glass panels were used? How thick we're they?
I am looking tomdo alternate panels in glass. I think something like this would make the privacy fencs less solid looking and
Are the tempered glass panels available in Manitoba, Canada?
Who is the vendor for the blue frosted glass. I want to get shower doors made of it.
How were the glass panels secured to the frame? Thank you!
Are the panels tempered glass or acrylic panels??? How thick are they??? I've used Acrylite panels (from Tap Plastic) for some outdoor small art projects, but not sure if using them for a fence gate (our next project) is a good idea. Acrylic
“great fence” — mdeyhim
Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
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limit to how much water the tubing can handle. Start by adding the total outflow of all the emitters you plan to use. The maximum for ½-inch polyethylene tubing is 150 gph. That can mean 150 1-gph emitters, 300 ½-gph emitters or only 75 2-gph emitters. If you’re using ¼-inch tubing, the maximum is even smaller:
smaller: 15 gph. If your planned water flow exceeds the recommended maximum, you’ll need to either use larger tubing or add a second circuit to your system. You’ll also need a separate circuit for microsprinklers and sprayers.
“2x4 construction” — LC Contracting
Amy Woodward
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Good use of tubes to throw nets over and protect from possums/birds
Plastic tubing for frost protection
“overhead sprinklers! Nice!” — caedmon
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
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Prospect Heights Row House
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Thanks very much. The trellis is a DIY project made from what electricians call "rigid conduit"--an inexpensive, thin-walled, galvanized-steel tube. It's lashed together with zinc wire the way traditional bamboo scaffolding is assembled in Asia.
inexpensive, thin-walled, galvanized-steel tube, lashed together with zinc wire
Trellis walkway built from rigid conduit, inexpensive, thin-walled, galvanized steel tube.
pergola Thanks very much. The trellis is a DIY project made from what electricians call "rigid conduit"--an inexpensive, thin-walled, galvanized-steel tube. It's lashed together with zinc wire the way traditional bamboo scaffolding is assembled in Asia. http://www.therpf.com/f9/best-paint-pvc-96620/ Krylon
“Corredor” — Yasmin Munoz
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
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Zen Garden
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Love the tubing for edges and the river rocks made to look like streams.
Tubes are very artistic
“Simple” — sosebee
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