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afforded by these designs. This example shows that what happens below should be considered. (I’d just make sure people don’t wear their shoes when walking over my computer.)
LocationLike all new business owners, you’ll face the important decision of where you’re going to establish your practice — the
Besides, it just isn’t necessary.Strive to be a debt-free business and keep your expenses to a minimum, and you’ll enjoy profitability faster than you thought possible. Saddling yourself with a monthly rent payment for office space will only increase the pressure you’ll feel to accept work that may not
perfect studio space. Your low overhead is one of your greatest advantages as a new, sole practitioner and business owner. If you spend (or worse, borrow) money to get into new digs, you’ll leave your new practice cash starved and in debt. That drag has the potential to sink your business before you’ve
C O N T E N T Architecture
Hi, do your windows have wood sills or is it drywall return around entire window? Thanks.
Office in room with stairs going down
Top of the stairs and office
Open plan office area
office isnt closed off
leather office chair
Nice little office...My upstairs office...The office space...cool office area...Office behind wall...office loft...loft office...home office...modern office
Gacek Design Group, Inc.
Hi there, really is no proper name, we used this loft space as an office nook...
Using the landing as an office and creating a lot of storage on the walls
How's that as an office space!
the circular design of the area
Love this as an office area or reading area
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Office loft above our hallway
place for an office!
pendant light for office
Philadelphia Magazine Designer House 2009
Gacek Design Group, Inc.
Landing hall office...the design...Office nook
dSPACE Studio Ltd
whenever possible. Program requirements included five bedrooms, all new bathrooms, contemporary kitchen, salon, library, billiards room with bar, home office, cinema, playroom, garage with stacking car lifts, and outdoor gardens with all new landscaping. The home is unified by a grand staircase which is
of the home includes a custom deGiulio kitchen and family room. The third level master suite includes a marble bathroom, dressing room, library, and office. The fourth level includes the family bedrooms and a guest suite with a terrace and views of Lake Michigan. The lower level houses a custom cinema
Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision to convert the building back to single family residence for their young family. The design concept was
Siemasko + Verbridge
Last House on the Left
the interior combines tradition with a sparse respect for proportion, scale and unadorned beauty of space and light. This project was featured in Design New England Magazine. http://bit.ly/SVResurrection Photo Credit: Eric Roth
Eileen Gray Side Table | Design Within Reach
located along the main highway, they wanted a design that will give serenity, privacy and security from the passing vehicles, a cozy and safe place conductive to learning. here is the space requirements *lobby *information counter with administration office (2 tables) *visitor/ reception area *study
capacity) *common toilet and bath *parking -it is your choice whether this spaces shoUld be put to to first floors or second floors. the important is, all of the requirements should be in the building. . for clear analysis here is the design consideration 1. function and efficiency 2. character
Siemasko + Verbridge
expansion and renovation. Keeping a portion of the original house intact, the expansion provided the owners with an indoor/outdoor pool, media room, home office, and master bedroom and bath suite. Photo Credit: Sam Gray
I am an interior designer in Indianapolis and I would like to use a similar staircase in a current project. Thank you very much. Karen Bailey
Love the color combination and the designs. Where is the newel from and what are the finishes.
Thanks for your inquiry! The newel post was custom designed.
we have similar on remotestylist.com. Email me with what finish and size you're after, this link for reference and your location (zip fine) and I can get you details
something similar in your space. However, there's a lot of variables to consider that would really determine if your space is bog enough, tread and rise depth and height, your floor to floor height, how many risers do you need ect. It's all about proportions. Good luck!
HI FORMA Design So excited to see this wall. Can you tell me: how/where it was fabricated and also how it is secured? Does it just go into the tracks at the top and bottom? I have a different use in mind and need it to be as unobtrusive and as minimally fastened as possible
Love the sculpture please tell me where to buy it! Thanks for your help Harriet
Yes, it may be designed as a sliding panel.
divider for A & J office
Frosted glass separations for the office and nail room, instead of regular sheetrock walls
would be nice for my office
Kenig Residence Stairs
answer) questionsDescribe your process. This is your chance to offer the client a taste of what it will be like working with you, so make it interesting. Pull back the curtain and offer her an experience. Walk her through your design process. (This is a good way of working your portfolio into the interview
n gathering. This is a chance for you to listen to your potential client describe the design problem in his own words and for him to ask you questions. He is gathering information to make an informed decision. Your skill as an architect or designer is directly tied to how well you frame the problem.
InterviewThis is your chance to personally introduce yourself and your brand. Most clients who commit to a face-to-face interview have perused your website, have read your firm bio and are familiar with the type of work you’re capable of doing. Try not to reiterate what you’ve already said on your website. Clients