157 remote controlled Staircase Design Photos

Modern Staircase
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about it as long as it passes while he is there. I would never do this for a customer but what the customer does after we leave is nothing I have can control either. People want what they want.
“glass bridge” — Farhad Osman
BUILD LLC
Des Moines MCM Remodel
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fireplace are kept intact to retain the original character of the home. Additional design considerations were implemented for sound transmission control measures due to the proximity to SeaTac airport’s flight path.
“Art wall” — Marco Ogalde
Hufft Projects
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The Residence
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concrete floors. The façade is made up of composite board that is held away from the skin in order to create ventilated façade. This ventilation helps to control the temperature of the building envelope and a more stable temperature indoors. Photo Credit: Alistair Tutton
“Love the stairs” — jkousen
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
The Residence
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concrete floors. The façade is made up of composite board that is held away from the skin in order to create ventilated façade. This ventilation helps to control the temperature of the building envelope and a more stable temperature indoors. Photo Credit: Alistair Tutton
“Cody” — fusc89
Green Line Architects
6 Reviews
New Stairway and Railing
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CROWD CONTROL TO MATCH BIG WALL AND TV WALL
“upper floor sunroom concept” — simrandhillon
Bliss Home Theaters & Automation, Inc
Bliss Home Theaters & Automation, Inc. - www.BLISSHTA.com
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Im sorry, I don't know. We did the video and lighting control.
“pebble stair fronts” — Bev
Elad Gonen
1 Review
staircase
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Install window film to protect from fading, control temperature and allow you to keep the view. Clean, affordable and durable.
“Stairs too open” — mjknauer
Melocco and Moore Architects
Birchgrove House
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to be located within the rear garden. This new pavilion is also used to capture water for reuse, provide good light and cross ventilation, and to control the western sun. The pavilion is deliberately separated from the existing building by a central courtyard to create a private outdoor space that is
“Molding in staircase” — sadiewilliam
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