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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Friedman
Ideabooks463
Questions0
One story with two story over garage on slope
Like use of light upper windows for high pitched 1st story. Possible dig down idea for garage on right
“The use of the slope to creat split levels” — mofire
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Gabberts Design Studio
26 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks3,835
Questions2
What is the cost of adding on a 2-story turret like this one?
like the two story look...could we use this?
Independent roof 2 stories
“I like the contrast of the small color tiles with the smooth concrete trim” — joeyshih
Vaught Frye Larson Architects
Yahnkee Residence Family Room
Ideabooks2,507
Questions5
2 story Wooden ceiling w beams Lots of windows
windows 2 story...Two-story windows
“Fireplace, Windows, Doors” — Pam
Thomas J Ryan Jr - Architect
Historic Additions
Ideabooks227
Questions1
Another third story that doesn't look that big from the exterior.
color and third story
Number of stories
“Enjoy the paint and brick pillars” — anniebuddy
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Bay Street
Ideabooks3,770
Questions4
Number of stories
3story townhouse in Mediterranean style
3 story bldg
“Bonne idée un balcon si je suis au dessus du garage” — soffycote
Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
14 Reviews
Project 29
Ideabooks405
Questions1
not all levels need be double storey
Exterior. Second story
Number of stories
“Exterior. Second story” — beckypeart
Guy Peterson Office for Architecture
1 Review
Revere Quality House Renovation and New Companion House
Ideabooks36
Questions0
three story house
2nd Story Possibility
Number of stories
“I like the design, and it looks like it suits a small lot.” — Reggie Duran
Mayita Dinos Garden Design
2 Reviews
Mediterranean Fantasy
Ideabooks2,305
Questions0
so should every garden. Design this area to make an impact, to make your story unforgettable. Disappointment is not an appropriate emotion for your garden to evoke. This photograph shows a worthy destination, one that tells a story. The designer of this space describes it as a Mediterranean fantasy, a
crumbling stone walls, an Italian mosaic tile floor, olive trees, gaslit stone urns and a fountain fashioned from an antique laundry trough to tell the story of the traveler.More: What Kind of Gardener Are You? Find Your Archetype
“peaceful area” — suejhall
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