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Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
Olive Tree Lane
Ideabooks65,304
Questions236
I would like to know the energy efficiency of the double sided panoramic fireplace. Will this unit assist in reduction of my energy bill. How long will it take for the cost of the unit to be recovered by energy savings? What is the approximate cost of a unit like this
slight copper highlight. I was just wondering if the copper and stainless steel will clash. The copper highlight is very subtle but I am concerned about it.
3-step wood staircase to front doorway deck needs secure handrail. Deck leads to front door about 5 feet from top step. Ground is 5feet from front door. What are designs for such a handrail?
What's the least costly way to fix this? I was wondering if bead board would be best and least costly. How does bead board hold up in a bathroom? What about warping?
“4 panel glass door” — danistephen
Mark Turner
1 Review
GreenSpur
Ideabooks5,937
Questions6
going to be doing a show with us in the spring (early may) in Delaplane VA for our new concept house One Nest Project - which we are really excited about doing a lot more pieces like this. Her contact address is Kathryn Turner and you can check out one nest information at ... thanks for the interest
Stars on chimney, shelves, wood storage
“Small bits of wood” — tommpkelly
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
Chalk Hill Off-Grid Cabin
Ideabooks1,757
Questions2
Small house with high ceilings. Gives feeling of space but probably not the most energy efficient as the heat rises in winter; maybe in the summertime though it would be cooler.
showers are luxuries that many of us have come to expect. We pay our monthly bills (sometimes with an audible grumble) and never give a second thought about where our resources originate or if they will run out. When you consider off-grid living, what’s the first thing you need? The right mind-set.
showers are luxuries that many of us have come to expect. We pay our monthly bills (sometimes with an audible grumble) and never give a second thought about where our resources originate or if they will run out. When you consider off-grid living, what’s the first thing you need? The right mind-set.
“what if upstairs we made bedroom loft with sitting area below?” — Heather Mohan_Gibbons
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
bay house
Ideabooks1,513
Questions3
I am looking at those chairs as an option with revere pewter walls and white trim .. large windows .. concerned about the oyster with the white ....
The round table is vintage Crate & Barrel. Is that the table you are asking about?
What about stainless with cables?
Energy Star
“Bridge” — michellehooper2010
josh wynne construction
5 Reviews
Pearl
Ideabooks9,186
Questions16
reflection of the unusually shaped lot which is quite pie shaped. This green home is expected to achieve the LEED Platinum rating and is certified Energy Star, FGBC Platinum and FPL BuildSmart. Photos by Ryan Gamma
clear diagram in the LHD62 installation manual showing the required vertical offsets as related to the horizontal object distance. In this case we are about 3" of projection at 24" to the television. The sound bar is a few inches lower.
is an exterior masonry wall. There is a 2x firring fastened to the masonry clad in a CBU board. The quartz is thin set to the CBU board. That leaves about 2 3/4" from the face of the tile to the masonry wall. I laid out the shelves ahead of time and framed pockets using the firring. While setting the quartz
“Fireplace” — deanie49
Avalon Interiors
8 Reviews
Niagara
Ideabooks780
Questions7
Love everything about the design of this room. From the casual feel and creative energy of the red artwork and handcrafted side table to the distressed patina of the fireplace wall. Luxurious, creative,
stars on the ceiling
ceiling stars!
“metal surround” — mrogoff
Marc Rutenberg Homes
the Castaway III - No Electric Bill Home
Ideabooks122
Questions0
what about a living room with blue accents?
Energy Star...zero energy
“Colors” — casteli
Lake Flato Architects
Hacienda Ja Ja
Ideabooks1,907
Questions8
It is going over a subfloor and a 2nd floor, so no concrete slab. I keep hearing engineered is a better product, but I still worry about not being able to refinish it at some point.
maximum benefit with the minimum cost and energy loss. Tenna points out that a typical custom house has 30 to 40 percent of the wall area as glass, but this house has 23 percent, which is closer to a typical house.
throughout the entire day. While there's a lot of glass in this home, it's strategically placed to get the maximum benefit with the minimum cost and energy loss. Tenna points out that a typical custom house has 30 to 40 percent of the wall area as glass, but this house has 23 percent, which is closer to
throughout the entire day. While there's a lot of glass in this home, it's strategically placed to get the maximum benefit with the minimum cost and energy loss. Tenna points out that a typical custom house has 30 to 40 percent of the wall area as glass, but this house has 23 percent, which is closer to
“Layout” — rdawson845
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