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Native Green Building
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Saddletree
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V Shape
“Green building” — tice1
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LG House - Exterior
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2e4NnOeZBso In the first
“Beuatiful” — mfbranham
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Falls Church KOHLER Registered Showroom
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LG House - Exterior
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“could solve ensuite dilemma?” — franman86
Fairfax County Hot Tubs, Fire Pit and Outdoor Furniture Specialists
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David Gauld Architect, PLLC
David Gauld Architect, PLLC
Ideabooks1,102
Questions1
It is cedar, 6-inch wide tongue and groove v-joint boards. The white trim is also cedar, painted with a solid stain.
Pristop v vodo
“Color of wood” — mmyers011
Robert Young Architects
Ideabooks724
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clear western red cedar. The vertical boards are 1x4 v-groove t&g
s&v mod on point
“Horizontal adn Vertical cladding in same view.” — corrinneginbey
chadbourne + doss architects
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Lobster Boat Residence
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that's Western Red Cedar T&G V panel.
v much want to not have this
“Sheen of the wood.” — francarstens
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
Ideabooks6,897
Questions3
to adhere it to the steel so we did not have to fasten through the glass. - For the previous question- the boards are 6" tongue and groove with a 1/4" V groove and they are blind-nailed between boards so you do not see any nail holes.
to adhere it to the steel so we did not have to fasten through the glass. - For the previous question- the boards are 6" tongue and groove with a 1/4" V groove and they are blind-nailed between boards so you do not see any nail holes.
“wood facade” — trubey1
Modern Exterior
Ideabooks406
Questions1
Fasada v lesu
“Cedar” — Pavni Diwanji
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