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Steve Gates Architect
Mountain Bike Cabin
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picnic table
“Corner window” — thetrophybearer
Faust Construction
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Shepherds Residence
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picnic table
“the wood siding between the two tall windows is very close to what we want” — crghmltn
Darren Comber
New Home - Brighton
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picnic table
“mutual likes” — Mat Mackay
Northern Virginia Contractor
TrueBuilt is a residential and commercial contractor offering construction and design services in the Northern VA and DC Metro area.
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Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Pool side Retreat
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7. Get some fresh air. Even if you feel awful, it can be good to get fresh air. Try wrapping up in a warm scarf and a cozy blanket, and sit outside for a few minutes. If you find the fresh air is making you feel better, you could even take a leisurely walk around the block. Live
“Doors” — saryy
blazemakoidarchitecture
Fieldview
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Great blankets
“linear house design” — hercorfouad
Brownwork
8073 Hardscape
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picnic table
picnic bench, table
“color & texture” — kimhaveraneck
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Modern Energy Efficient Home with Roofdeck, Live Roof, and Solar Electric System
Ideabooks144
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EnvelopeRemember the last time you were wrapped up in a wool blanket? It was just a simple layer between you and the ambient temperature of the room, but it worked to keep you warm. The building envelope acts in much the same way a blanket does. Depending on the insulation and system used, the building
whether you want the house to be warm on a cold winter night or cool on hot summer day. If there are holes in your wool blanket, the outside air will easily travel in. The larger the blanket, the more work it has to do maintaining the temperature differentials. Keep this in mind when you want to conserve
“zero energy design company...architect/engineers.” — marco831
David M. Sanders, Architect
3 Reviews
Turtle Rock Residence
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Major Remodeling and Addition in Irvine, California, 2009. Built by Tom Fitzpatrick, General Contractor.
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