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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Morro Bay Breezeway
some reason you are trying to create a large thermal mass). Most of us will pre-cast in our shops. Most shops cast at only 3/4" to 1" thick. This cuts down on material and therefore weight as well. Thinner casting is possible in the right application. Since you asked about ethanol in the post I'll include
“Wall with lights” — taggcastle
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Outdoor Lounge
Walk out deck with step down to something like this?
“layout of pavers and rock” — rambergem
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Thistle Hill Farm
Nice pool if we lived down homesteak maybe?
“Minimal cement, decking, grass, rectangle” — gaumem
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
1095 Royal York
River rock down Side of house
“Side area” — immi1974uk
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
What do you like about this photo? Plantings, stone steps, down to cement for parking
“Dogs yard fence” — jrm1352
Marie Meko, Allied ASID
7 Reviews
What about something like this for the drainage off the back roof. Could be down each side of the porch.
“This look is what I want on the south side of the house. Possibly even a dry water bed with the asp” — lisamills36
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
25 Reviews
Green Oaks Atherton
this home. I'm sorry I can't help you with the specific information you've requested. My suggestion is to drive around neighborhoods you like and note down addresses that have colors similar to what you're looking for. Then, get a book of color swatches from your local paint store and see if you can find
“GIANT SWIMMING POOL” — Jefferson Zhang
Studio One-Off Architecture & Design
Timber Framed Screened Porch
rafter spacing, the specific Polygal product used, and the local snow load -- this particular product which is fluted, spans the long way -- up-and-down, not between rafters -- so cross-ways purlins are used. You can see them, spaced 2', while the rafters are then spaced 4'.
“Breakfast room” — ashabazz37
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