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zig zag wall
cor ten steel wall photo bruce damonte
zig zag wall...Cool steel walls...great wall
Rational Kitchens Calgary
Rational Kitchens Calgary | Photo by Levi Wedel http://www.snapsnap.ca
Beautiful design! Please share details of what paint color was used on left wall (with pics?)
Thank you. We do enjoy the design as well. As we are the cabinet company, we do not paint the walls, therefore do not know the colour of the wall paint. Sorry!
This is what I see the garden bed looking like, small granite rocks, nice clean and dark cover and some rad trees like the one in this photo.
I like the way the fence sits on top the wall
concrete wall with holes and metal address
Wall... Numbers...concrete wall
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
accent color of choice. In the bathroom of his apartment, O'Brien clad the walls with a high-shine ceramic tile in midnight blue. He didn't stop there; the medicine cabinet is mirrored inside and out and takes up an entire wall. In effect, the small space becomes doubly intimate.
ABRAMS/Photo credit: Laura Resen
dark blue wall tiles
C O N T E N T Architecture
Photo by Peter Molick
Waterfall counter and glass wall
storage wall...clean wall on right...Wall bar
Architecture by: 360 Architects Photos taken by: ERIC LINEBARGER lemonlime photography website :: lemonlimephoto.com twitter :: www.twitter.com/elinebarger/
Stairs and concrete wall
white wall...window wall...wall-mounted TV
TPA Architecture, Inc.
Photo set, small house, back wall in living room all window-floor to ceiling
The side trees walls
sculpture work, so he had to figure out how to fit two cars into the back alley. A custom telescoping rusted steel gate allows two cars to park parallel; a wall of bamboo shields them from the home's view.
The Line House
The steep site on which this residence is located dictated the use of a retaining wall to create a level grade. This retaining wall, or “the line”, became the driving element behind the parti of the home and serves to organize the program for the clients. The rituals of daily life fall into place along
maximize the benefits of daylighting and solar heat gain. Operable windows maximize natural cross ventilation and reduce the need for air conditioning. Photo Credit: Michael Robinson
Living, & Doing. ‘Thinking’ is done in the library, the main house is for ‘living’, and ‘doing’ is in the shop. While each space is separated by walls and windows they are nonetheless connected by “the line”. Sustainability is married in equal parts to the concept of The Line House. The residence