71 commercial Midcentury Home Design Photos

Merzbau Design Collective
1 Review
Wild Basin porch
That's the Emerson 60" Heat Fan. They're for commercial applications and must be mounted higher than 10 feet (3m) above the floor for safety. Emerson have recently made a version of home use called the
Go commercial. This fan looks like something you might see in a commercial space, with its long air-foil blades and minimal base. It is meant for residential homes but also works in damp locations with a covered roof, like a patio, a porch or a deck.
“Chairs” — meuseppi
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
Unusual commercial lighting. Do with checker plate commercial up-cast light?
“Existing floorplan” — Vanessa Coursey
DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Courtyard House
DeForest broke up the long courtyard fence with a series of staggered ipe panels with channel glass in between. Channel glass, more commonly found in commercial construction, consists of U-shaped pieces that form an insulated cavity to meet the energy code. "During the day it fills the house with diffuse
“Front” — Richard
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
1 Review
Tarrytown Pavilion
Call your local glass company. If they do commercial storefront glass the can fabricate these. I dont think you will find any mass manufacturered units. It is not particularly difficult to make.
Possible commercial sliding glass doors
“loft idea” — Winmore Properties, LLC
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
I'm currently doing a similar detail on a commercial project, but I'm having trouble detailing how the panels should be hung. Can you offer any insight?
Terrazzo Flooring pros - durable cons - expensive and hard to install Found in kitchens, schools and large commercial buildings popular
“桌椅 橱” — fanfan_3437
Hagan Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Decatur Contemporary Renovation
actually not a sliding door, but a swinging door. The product we used is just a standard YKK aluminum storefront system. This is mostly seen in commercial applications, but it can often work beautifully in homes as well.
Commercial door/big glass look.
“deck onto paver tiles” — kgershon
Kitty Curcio Designs
MidCentury Modern Home
very commercial look
“Texture” — John Garrett Design
Allen Construction
10 Reviews
Montecito Mid-Century Master Bedroom
A commercial carpeting is used in this photo. Many are antimicrobial to stand up to pets. A low pile dense loop might be a consideration.
“Ceiling” — mmdevaney
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