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Winder Gibson Architects
Market Street Penthouse Bathroom
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of a two-level penthouse unit in a prestigious downtown highrise. The design emphasizes the continuity of space for a loft-like environment. Sliding doors transform the unit into discrete rooms as needed. The material palette reinforces this spatial flow: white concrete floors, touch-latch cabinetry,
I like the style of outlining the piece in the surface material and then the wood elements being encased (used only for drawers or cabinet doors).
“sink counter” — pjanewman


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sliding glass door
Glass wall sliding doors
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“Single level house, lots of glass for light.” — annandrej
J. Hensley Services LLC
5 Reviews
New Home- Belfast Residence
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Front Door...Front Door Finish
“Entry bench and clean organization, ceilings, layout” — keyamilla
Charlie Barnett Associates
Hillsborough Residence
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glass doors/wall
Love the open glass windows/doors
french doors look
“Upstate house” — kikinunu
Alex Esposito AIA, Architects
examples of design work
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Sliding Glass Doors with Window on top
double sliding glass door
sliding glass door
“Awesome modern fan” — Jeff Pesta
GDC Construction
1 Review
Birch Bluff
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glass doors
Front door
“Cercis Canadensis 'Forest Pansy' - Small tree focal point in front yard. Purple amber colored leaves” — SP Gardens - Susanna Pagan Landscape Design
Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
4 Reviews
Beachaus II
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Shower door opens into tub .
shower door opens IN
glass shower door
“Tile in shower matches floor tile” — cindy0557
Bertram Architects
Green Oak Writer's Studio
Ideabooks3,240
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9. Use neon in the loo. Bath­rooms, laun­dry rooms and other small rooms that usu­ally have the door shut are great places for color ex­per­i­ments.
9. Use neon in the loo. Bathrooms, laundry rooms and other small rooms that usually have the door shut are great places for color experiments.
“Guest bathroom” — Winter Rosebudd
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