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Don Ziebell
1 Review
Oz Architects
Ideabooks14,326
Questions19
the west coast, try Janus windows in AZ. These don't have a thermal break, but in Az solar gain is a bigger issue than thermal control, so we use a high efficiency film to control (V-cool) with a high visible light transmission.
“Glass doors” — Kay Young
DOWN to Earth Architects
House 7
Ideabooks18,082
Questions8
you isolate vibration and maintain temperature control?
This location for bottles looks fun at first, but really will just gradually deteriorate the wine. Wine needs to be isolated from vibration, out of light, and temperature and humidity controlled. Especially for the quantity in this photo. Unless
“Staircase” — Shobhna Chetty
Site Design Studio
1 Review
Villa Pasqualli
Ideabooks2,507
Questions2
These are Bauhinia trees. A pink variety as opposed to the common white. These are small trees that can be controlled to fit this condition. These trees are about 11' apart. They do need to be pinched back to keep them as a dense shade cover. They are semi deciduous or semi evergreen and lose heir
“These are Bauhinia trees. A pink variety as opposed to the common white. These are small trees that can be controlled to fit this condition. These trees are about 11' apart. They do need to be pinched back to keep them as a dense shade cover. They are semi deciduous
“Patio” — lal1173
Renewal Design-Build
13 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks9,936
Questions19
allowed for casual dining, plenty of storage and a clear entry and exit to the yard. This particular layout has several activity zones designed to control traffic flow in the kitchen. Cabinetry: custom, Timberland Cabinetry, painted in Revere Pewter, Benjamin Moore; refrigerator: Jenn-Air Bottom Mount
s kitchen underwent quite the transformation, from a 1980s nightmare to a warm and modern space. A new layout with designated activity zones that control traffic makes the space entertainment and cooking friendly. Extra shelves were added, and special coffee and wine stations make sure that everyone
“Glass cabinets” — tylerkirks
WARD A LILE DESIGN
Gardens
Ideabooks574
Questions1
second, less showy fall bloom as well. In my experience it essentially free from pests and diseases and only requires some aggressive pruning to control it's somewhat gangly form as it quickly grows from a shrub to a small tree. Prune it as a multi-trunk small tree and keep the lower limbs free from
a second, less showy fall bloom as well. In my experience it essentially free from pests and diseases and only requires some aggressive pruning to control it's somewhat gangly form as it quickly grows from a shrub to a small tree. Prune it as a multi-trunk small tree and keep the lower limbs free from
“Elegant gate” — Doyle Residential Design & Services
Landscape Design Group Inc.
3 Reviews
Solebury Residence
Ideabooks3,276
Questions3
The pool deck is architectural concrete in a flagstone skin finish with sawcut control joints. The color was coordinated to match (as close as possible) the color of the natural flagstone coping of the pool. Ideally, you always want
architectural concrete in a flagstone skin finish with sawcut control joints. coping is natural flagstone
“landscape planters” — redmanmw
Allen Bianchi
Essex Lane House
Ideabooks8,601
Questions6
or clerestory, windows wash the white ceiling with bright natural light, while the lower windows near the seating group permit only very carefully controlled views outside
or clerestory, windows wash the white ceiling with bright natural light, while the lower windows near the seating group permit only very carefully controlled views outside. Neighboring structures and views may not always be desirable, and narrow windows allow the interior experience to be carefully modulated
“Partial Double Height Lobby” — aaadubey
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
kitchen
Ideabooks11,077
Questions23
Good points, Ronique! My two cents: Gas is the choice of most professional cooks as you have better control of the temperature when you're cooking. It also heats the bottom of your cookware more evenly. I recently switched from a gas stove to electric (due
(due to a change of apartments), and I must say, there's a learning curve. In my experience electric cooktops take longer to heat up, and temperature control is difficult. If there are any avid electric cooktop fans out there, please share why you prefer it over gas!
“ovens” — kellaks
Do you remember: TV without Remote Controls? (OH NO!)
Though televisions can now be enormous, they used to be even bigger, but not in a good way. Huge cabinet televisions were the norm, if you were lucky...
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