5,611 radial wave Home Design Photos

kbcdevelopments
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The Wave House
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cooler displays bottles horizontally over steel and walnut, spanning from floor to ceiling. Features were integrated that capture the fluid motion of a wave and can be seen in the flexible slate on the contoured fireplace, Modular Arts wall panels, and stainless steel accents. The foyer and outer decks also
only 22 feet in width, and 4300 square feet of dramatic finishes, a four car garage that includes additional space for the client's motorcycle, the Wave House was a productive and rewarding collaboration between the client and KBC Developments. Featured in Homes & Living Vancouver magazine July 2012
This 21 feet wide glass sliding door, which opens up the entire width of the Wave House, is a clear anodized aluminum door. Amazing for the fabulous weather we have enjoyed these past few months! It was custom sized and manufactured
“great relaxing area, makes the most of a spectacular view!” — scampirini
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Older Landscaping Photos
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radial stairs
radial steps
“gorgeous use of stone!” — Leonie Smith
Shai Homes
1 Review
Lions Lair Custom Home
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Radial kitchen designed to capture the hill country views. Spacious island great for breakfast, entertaining or just spreading out while cooking!
Radial ceiling...Radial design
“Radial design” — adm_designs
Beverly Taylor Design
18 Reviews
Sharon Hills
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This dining room includes a radial expansion table, Chinese Chippendale chairs in a dark finish and a glossy apple green wall color.
Love the Radial table & chairs
radial expansion table
“radial expansion table” — jpbrake
Finished Basement Company
6 Reviews
County Road Basement
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This basement is centered around a radial beam design, which creates a flow throughout the space and captures the eye around every turn. ©Finished Basement Company
radial wood beam
“Check out this beam work” — mayral
Jason Snyder
Lipkind House
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A plunge pool is at the center of the radial design. The house sits on 160 degrees of the circular pattern; a private courtyard garden occupies the other 200 degrees. A carport is integrated into
A plunge pool is at the center of the radial design. The house sits on 160 degrees of the circular pattern; a private courtyard garden occupies the other 200 degrees. A carport is integrated into the design, as it’s widely known that Wright did not like garages. “The proud moments of owning the house
A plunge pool is at the centre of the radial design. The house sits on 160 degrees of the circular pattern; a private courtyard garden occupies the other 200 degrees. A carport is integrated into
“Belle piscine hors terre” — gennybinette1
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
Classic Urn in a courtyard garden
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This is another example of radial balance because of the stone walkway around the tree in the middle. It creates and happy and mellow mood.
the focal point at the center of a circle so that everything flows outward from that lovely jade green urn. This design technique is inspired by radial balance, much like the spokes of a wheel or the ripples that occur when a pebble is dropped into water. The strong visual impact of rounded forms —
placed the focal point at the center of a circle so that everything flows outward from that lovely jade green urn. This design technique is inspired by radial balance, much like the spokes of a wheel or the ripples that occur when a pebble is dropped into water. The strong visual impact of rounded forms —
“Kousa dogwood in all her glory, blooming in spring. A circular focal point with a single accent. Pla” — Dina Barsky
Pedersen Associates
4 Reviews
Pedersen Associates - Residential - Tiburon, CA
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barrier. The goal is to create a tall, wedge-shaped barrier that directs sound waves upward. A solid wall will go a long ways towards moderating noises. Hard surfaces like masonry, stucco or stone will reflect sound waves and bounce them up and back toward the source.
barrier. The goal is to create a tall, wedge-shaped barrier that directs sound waves upward. A solid wall will go a long ways towards moderating noises. Hard surfaces like masonry, stucco or stone will reflect sound waves and bounce them up and back toward the source.
“Vine covered walls” — riderhome
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