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Laura Garner
Grand Bibliotheque
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largest public libraryLocation: 475 boulevard de Maisonneuve East (metro: Berri-UQAM)Noteworthy: Built in 2005 and located in the bustling Latin Quarter downtown, with direct access to the metro and Underground City, this contemporary six-story building has large horizontal plates of glass running along
“la comunicación vertical” — Margarita Garibaldi
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Liz Williams Interiors
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MAster Bedroom
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for more public places but don't forget about the small places such as your nightstand, bathroom sink.
the more public areas of our homes but neglect the private zones, where we will really appreciate them. The next time you buy flowers, try trimming down a few blooms to pop in a bud vase on your nightstand or by the bathroom sink.
“Headboard” — jcellar
Andrew Snow Photography
Entrance Detail
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from public to private, the framed entry is laser cut with the address of the house. Much like architects used to inscribe their name on the cornerstone of a building, Mitanidis, Bader and Tavares stamped the name of their studio on the house.
from public to private, the framed entry is laser cut with the address of the house. Much like architects used to inscribe their name on the cornerstone of a building, Mitanidis, Bader and Tavares stamped the name of their studio on the house.Though the rusted and weathered steel is appropriate for
“steel threshold is awesome!” — rmwar
Urban Hedgerow
Bug Habitat
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Public awareness and support are critical to Urban Hedgerow's success, so the group aims to create pieces that are attractive, fun and attainable. This panel of foraged and reclaimed materials designed and built by Benjamin and Kevin Smith hangs at Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco. This art
Public awareness and support are critical to Urban Hedgerow's success, so the group aims to create pieces that are attractive, fun and attainable.This panel of foraged and reclaimed materials designed and built by Benjamin and Kevin Smith hangs at Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco. This art piece
“Urban Hedgerow” — weberstave
Traditional Living Room
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to the public as part of the National Trust) in which much of the paneling was taken to the ceiling and painted white, as in this room. Panels painted a neutral green or green-blue were popular as well.
to the public as part of the National Trust) in which much of the paneling was taken to the ceiling and painted white, as in this room. Panels painted a neutral green or green-blue were popular as well.
“Wainscoting” — Ben Davenport
Blansfield Builders, Inc.
8 Reviews
Circa 1700
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to the public, so the owner felt more comfortable updating it with walls of glass. The yoga studio, at left, was added to form a U that embraces the central terrace.
to the public, so the owner felt more comfortable updating it with walls of glass. The yoga studio, at left, was added to form a U that embraces the central terrace.
“Roof and windows” — casele
D for Design
7 Reviews
Noela - Honolulu Hawaii
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general public. Fertilize throughout the growing season and expect your blooms to be a bit smaller and possibly not as numerous.
general public. Fertilize throughout the growing season and expect your blooms to be a bit smaller and possibly not as numerous.
“Floors and planter” — trudyroth
Lisa Wolfe Design, Ltd
13 Reviews
Bucktown Great Room
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their public living spaces — for both function and form. They're a fun architectural feature to play up, and they often set the tone of a room, be it funky or elegant," she says. "In a Chicago three-flat, our client wanted to turn their plain, utilitarian living room into a multifunctional lounge for
their public living spaces — for both function and form. They're a fun architectural feature to play up, and they often set the tone of a room, be it funky or elegant," she says. "In a Chicago three-flat, our client wanted to turn their plain, utilitarian living room into a multifunctional lounge for
“lower level” — rayoboursier
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