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North Bondi Project
this is project for the extendable end.
initially had planned to have a table parallel to the existing island. After much debate, Genner decided to rotate the direction and integrate the table into the island. As a result, an awkward walkway was removed, and the new table draws the eye through the room, making the space feel larger.Countertop: Glacier
Seattle Kitchen and Bath Remodeling - Best of Houzz 2014 Award Winner!
We are a professional kitchen and bath design/build firm. A licensed general contractor and design firm, we've been in business 23 years with a showroom featuring Rutt Cabinetry in NE Seattle.
Stacey Brandford Photography
Sarah Richardson Design
on the project. I don't have the product specs. Please contact Sarah Richardson Design.
Sorry, I'm the photographer on the project. I don't have the product specs. Please contact Sarah Richardson Design.
counter, plan for them there
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
Dreams, Plan 1411- The Tassler is an amazingly detailed western mountain ranch home. Photos by Bob Greenspan.
see the project album? If not, it's here: http://www.houzz.com/projects/24475/Western-Ranch All the photos we have are there :)
Charles Cunniffe Architects Aspen
about our project. Every project we design is custom for our client, so although we cannot provide you with the source, we would love the opportunity to work with you, should you be looking to engage an architecture firm. Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you again!
of this project. Custom Cabinets from Aspen Leaf can be found all throughout this home in Aspen, CO.
(re)work architecture & design
Clarion Street Residence
separate project plans, etc.
current projects...kid's art projects!
Rhodes Architecture + Light
Constance Drive Residence
Completed: - Project Location: Seattle, WA - Project Size: 3,863 SF - Project Cost: $180/SF - Photographer: William Wright The Constance Drive House is a Romanesque house facing western views across northwest Seattle's Magnolia Boulevard. Rhodes Architecture + Light was asked to develop a design for a large
existing plan and feel original to the house. Rhodes Architecture + Light studied the period style and details of the house and selected forms, materials, and finishes that were contemporary yet derived from the colors and textures of the Romanesque period.
The project’s energy saving features include: - a 5 kW roof mounted grid-tied PV solar array pays for most of the electrical needs, and sends power to the grid in summer 6 year payback! - all native and drought-tolerant landscaping reduce irrigation needs - passive solar design that reduces heat gain
with my projects that is the case, we hardly ever just go "off the shelf"
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