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John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Cole Valley Hillside
Ideabooks15,681
Questions8
of the typical sliding glass door, the French slider has four panels. The two outer panels are fixed in place; the two inner panels operate. When closed, the two operable panels butt into each other, resting in the same plane, creating the look of a hinged door. Another advantage to these doors is the
the typical sliding glass door, the French slider has four panels. The two outer panels are fixed in place; the two inner panels operate. When closed, the two operable panels butt into each other, resting in the same plane, creating the look of a hinged door.Another advantage to these doors is the
“great sliding glass door” — Mahalo Farm Designs
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Beatbox
Ideabooks4,400
Questions4
door can be seen on contemporary, traditional and every style in between. Having said that, it really fits a contemporary aesthetic as the sliding operation and staggered planes are typically not quite right for traditional styles. An advantage of these doors is that the opening can be quite wide. While
vinyl frames will likely be thick. Cost. A sliding glass door will typically cost considerably less than a comparable French door. It has to do with operation and mechanisms. Simply put, the sliding glass door is easier to engineer and build and has fewer moving parts. So a sliding glass door can be had
door can be seen on contemporary, traditional and every style in between. Having said that, it really fits a contemporary aesthetic as the sliding operation and staggered planes are typically not quite right for traditional styles.An advantage of these doors is that the opening can be quite wide. While
“Overhang for outdoor shade” — kalojohn
yamamar design
tamalpais house
Ideabooks24,520
Questions13
designSaveEmail No pull. Simple and basic, these doors take a little more dexterity to operate, but the savings can be significant if you can live without the locking functions. Adding a recessed edge pull helps with the operation of a hardware-free slider and would be necessary in a pocketed situation.
Email No pull. Simple and basic, these doors take a little more dexterity to operate, but the savings can be significant if you can live without the locking functions. Adding a recessed edge pull helps with the operation of a hardware-free slider and would be necessary in a pocketed situation.
No pull. Simple and basic, these doors take a little more dexterity to operate, but the savings can be significant if you can live without the locking functions. Adding a recessed edge pull helps with the operation of a hardware-free slider and would be necessary in a pocketed situation.
“Sliding door” — laurenfeliciano
Elad Gonen
1 Review
staircase
Ideabooks4,658
Questions4
Battery-operated votives and pillar candles are a quick alternative: They’re safe and inexpensive, and you can purchase them in bulk.
Show your sweetheart the way with strategically placed staircase lights. Don’t have the time or money for an electrician? Battery-operated votives
Show your sweetheart the way with strategically placed staircase lights. Don’t have the time or money for an electrician? Battery-operated votives and pillar candles are a quick alternative: They’re safe and inexpensive, and you can purchase them in bulk.
Strategically placed staircase lights. Battery-operated votives are a quick alternative.
Show your sweetheart the way with strategically placed staircase lights. Don’t have the time or money for an electrician? Battery-operated votives and pillar candles are a quick alternative: They’re safe and inexpensive, and you can purchase them in bulk.
“Teppi” — Þórunn Vilmarsdóttir
Klondike Contracting
9 Reviews
Asymmetrical Overhaul
Ideabooks9,487
Questions4
want to go in or out, you don't have to open the entire door. Cost: Folding glass doors can be pricey, especially the better ones that are easily operated. You should budget about $1,000 to $1,500 per lineal foot. So a 20-foot-wide opening would cost about $20,000 to $30,000.
want to go in or out, you don't have to open the entire door. Cost: Folding glass doors can be pricey, especially the better ones that are easily operated. You should budget about $1,000 to $1,500 per lineal foot. So a 20-foot-wide opening would cost about $20,000 to $30,000
you want to go in or out, you don't have to open the entire door.Cost: Folding glass doors can be pricey, especially the better ones that are easily operated. You should budget about $1,000 to $1,500 per lineal foot. So a 20-foot-wide opening would cost about $20,000 to $30,000.
“Glass the porch” — zeba0817
BAAN design
Lake Washington residence
Ideabooks9,427
Questions12
Natural Ventilation With Operable WindowsVentilating your bath is ideally a two-fold approach of both a bath fan and operable windows. Operable windows not only ventilate, but also provide design value, views and natural daylight and help
“square sink and vanity” — 31910
box architecture
Box Architecture
Ideabooks1,166
Questions1
3. Panel Configuration There are three general categories of panels: sliding, fixed and pocket. In general terms the operable panels must have somewhere to slide and stack when open. Here the panels can be seen stacking over a fixed panel to the left. Obviously, the more
There are three general categories of panels: sliding, fixed and pocket. In general terms the operable panels must have somewhere to slide and stack when open. Here the panels can be seen stacking over a fixed panel to the left. Obviously, the more
3. Panel ConfigurationThere are three general categories of panels: sliding, fixed and pocket. In general terms the operable panels must have somewhere to slide and stack when open. Here the panels can be seen stacking over a fixed panel to the left. Obviously, the more panels that slide, the deeper
“Modern Mixture” — petersenprojects
Ian Engberg
Bridgehampton
Ideabooks2,930
Questions3
There are myriad factors affecting price, and the further you get to the extremes of opening size (width or height) or special material, finish or operation, the less useful my estimates will be. My general starting point, what I tell clients locally to expect for budgeting purposes, is $1,000 per linear
directions, tracking the sun as it moves across the sky. It also is ideal for ventilating a space. This example is extreme, with full-height glazing and operable glass walls. The light is so even that the dining room feels like it is outside.
There are myriad factors affecting price, and the further you get to the extremes of opening size (width or height) or special material, finish or operation, the less useful my estimates will be. My general starting point, what I tell clients locally to expect for budgeting purposes, is $1,000 per linear
“nice table” — kristensze
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