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Bon Ton Residence
Porch - Remove door / hallway to outside
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Townhouse Renovation in San Diego
but we removed the existing pantry to open it up further. There is a load bearing column which remains intact that was behind the pantry. This is what informed the design of a cutout/ window opening rather than a fully open passage from the kitchen to the dining area.
Partial removal of load bearing wall - bingo!
Park Slope Brownstone
have to remove the outside stucco to get to the brick underneath or is that fake brick placed on top?
stripped to remove the paint from the bricks in the past but it usually means that the mortar in between the bricks needs to be re-pointed as well so it can be quite a can of worms.
Ruhf Plitt Architects, Ltd.
Joel Plitt, Ruhf Plitt Architects
Beam for removing load bearing wall
Susan Jay Design
Mid-Century Modern Ranch
AFTER: By removing the wood post and adding a room-spanning steel girder on the ceiling, Jay was able to drastically open up and reconfigure the kitchen space
R: By removing the wood post and adding a room-spanning steel girder on the ceiling, Jay was able to drastically open up and reconfigure the kitchen space. The wooden post would have been right on top of where this table now sits. The entertainment producer’s father made the table and chairs by hand
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
Rustic Canyon New Home
caps..remove twirl bar and square off
also be removed entirely, creating a wider opening. This isn't totally out of step with the Victorian age, as the Arts and Crafts movement of that time did introduce the "living hall," a space that replaced the formal drawing room.
have been removed revealing the original timber beams and masonry walls while accommodating two bedrooms, master suite, and a lofty, open living space at the ground floor. We wanted to avoid the lifeless feeling usually associated with industrial lofts by giving the space a warm but rustic aesthetic that
space. We removed the surround, mantle, etc and reframed and reclad the surround. Every code is different, but in Chicago you need to keep a non-comustible surface in front of the fireplace (aka, hearth). Some fireplaces also have manufacturer recommendations as to where combustible areas should/shouldnt
1. Remove lawn. I spend about three times the amount of energy mowing than I do gardening (and I mow just a few times each year). Lawns are water and nutrient hogs and wasted space for birds and insects. I like the look of lawns as pathways, and sometimes they’re nice for negative space — a place to