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Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Ideabooks2,721
Questions7
Drywall - This is a very commonly used material, in both homes and public buildings. It can basically be used everywhere.
Drywall - used in every room in homes and public buildings
“walls woodwork” — clogue
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
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Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Stolp
Ideabooks3,849
Questions7
Atelefugne public bathroom - terrace
like colors, too public restroom
“Cool wall idea for Broom” — Simon DiRienzo
Modern Pool
Ideabooks11,663
Questions6
Stones pavers and coping (too bad it appears this co. is only available to the public in Australia and the United Kingdom).
Anston Paving Stones pavers and coping (too bad it appears this co. is only available to the public in Australia and the United Kingdom).
“Piscine” — michellebergeron20
Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
19th C. Classical Revival
Ideabooks2,540
Questions3
This is a Neoclassical design because it has large columns and a symmetrical design. It also looks like most public buildings because public buildings are commonly neoclassical.
“Composition” — Daniel Clegg
chotinan55
Sendai Bathroom
Ideabooks4,128
Questions3
transparency the spacing creates, there are always vertical wood slats for a more conservative look. Here they separate different areas of an upscale public restroom.
Having public guest bathroom
“bathroom” — duterte
christopher jeffrey architects pllc
Bank Barn Renovation
Ideabooks792
Questions0
the house plays like a big tree house. Lighted from above, all the rooms of the house are placed in this space using walls and volumes to partition public from private spaces.
barn conversion, the existing timber frame of an 1862 barn was preserved, as well as the exterior stone walls, and new interior volumes delineating public and private spaces were inserted. The chestnut timber frame displays the markings of the original framers who shaped the beams by hand hewing them
barn conversion, the existing timber frame of an 1862 barn was preserved, as well as the exterior stone walls, and new interior volumes delineating public and private spaces were inserted. The chestnut timber frame displays the markings of the original framers who shaped the beams by hand hewing them
“wood joints” — budders01
Jensen Architects
Scraphouse
Ideabooks394
Questions3
photo illustrates one vein of contemporary architecture: sustainability. This extreme example, a demonstration home called ScrapHouse spearheaded by Public Architecture, is completely fabricated from salvaged materials: railroad ties, street signs, shower doors, and even phone books.
photo illustrates one vein of contemporary architecture: sustainability. This extreme example, a demonstration home called ScrapHouse spearheaded by Public Architecture, is completely fabricated from salvaged materials: railroad ties, street signs, shower doors, and even phone books. As participating designer
“contemporary” — jesusdiazher
Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design
4 Reviews
Brettkelly Residence, Oakland, CA
Ideabooks1,004
Questions4
Australian spotted gum floors take a beating from get-togethers and fundraisers. "The floors are so tough. We hold lots of fundraisers for the kids' public schools here, and the floors have endured lots of stiletto marks — but the grain is so varied that you can't see scratches," says Brettkelly. Low-
Australian spotted gum floors take a beating from get-togethers and fundraisers. "The floors are so tough. We hold lots of fundraisers for the kids' public schools here, and the floors have endured lots of stiletto marks — but the grain is so varied that you can't see scratches," says Brettkelly. Low
“Big picture window in dining room to make the room feel larger.” — jenlove
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