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Incredible Renovations LLC
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2nd Story Additions
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A 2nd story addition project by Incredible Renovations.
Incredible Renovations
Incredible Renovations LLC
2nd Story Additions...2nd story addtion...Number of stories
Incredible Renovations LLC
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2nd Story Additions
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A 2nd story addition project by Incredible Renovations.
Incredible Renovations
Incredible Renovations LLC
2nd Story Additions...2nd story addtion...Number of stories
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
House on the Neck
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but 2 stories and with lots of balcony space
assure the success of the real estate developers who hire them. Note that very few homes are actually designed by licensed architects. Most home builders follow an established indigenous vernacular, which conforms to local construction customs. Another important phenomenon is that now that there is an enormous
Modified two story with shed roof
assure the success of the real estate developers who hire them. Note that very few homes are actually designed by licensed architects. Most home builders follow an established indigenous vernacular, which conforms to local construction customs. Another important phenomenon is that now that there is an enormous
“Love the windows, different ceiling heights, copper and stone outside.” — Todd Katz
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: Collegeville Manor
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three-story single-family residence creates a bold silhouette when viewed from the road below. Built on a 2-acre lot in 1997, the home has undergone several upgrades — a lovely stone façade, a pool and bathhouse, an extensive paver patio for entertaining guests, and a gazebo to enjoy quieter times. However
three stories above a narrow porch. The porch steps were of uneven length with one step situated two feet off-center. The portico columns, only 8" in diameter, rested on the lowest step, further highlighting the off-centered step above. The landing and walkway were installed using small pavers, while
three-story house that demanded an equally bold front entry. The design solution was to remove all the under-scaled distractions and make the portico, with the door at its center, the focal point it was meant to be. The key elements required to make this transformation would include: Install wider
“Courtyard entry” — gigiwood
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: Collegeville Manor
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three-story single-family residence creates a bold silhouette when viewed from the road below. Built on a 2-acre lot in 1997, the home has undergone several upgrades — a lovely stone façade, a pool and bathhouse, an extensive paver patio for entertaining guests, and a gazebo to enjoy quieter times. However
three stories above a narrow porch. The porch steps were of uneven length with one step situated two feet off-center. The portico columns, only 8" in diameter, rested on the lowest step, further highlighting the off-centered step above. The landing and walkway were installed using small pavers, while
three-story house that demanded an equally bold front entry. The design solution was to remove all the under-scaled distractions and make the portico, with the door at its center, the focal point it was meant to be. The key elements required to make this transformation would include: Install wider
“Courtyard entry” — gigiwood
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: Collegeville Manor
Ideabooks13
Questions0
three-story single-family residence creates a bold silhouette when viewed from the road below. Built on a 2-acre lot in 1997, the home has undergone several upgrades — a lovely stone façade, a pool and bathhouse, an extensive paver patio for entertaining guests, and a gazebo to enjoy quieter times. However
three stories above a narrow porch. The porch steps were of uneven length with one step situated two feet off-center. The portico columns, only 8" in diameter, rested on the lowest step, further highlighting the off-centered step above. The landing and walkway were installed using small pavers, while
three-story house that demanded an equally bold front entry. The design solution was to remove all the under-scaled distractions and make the portico, with the door at its center, the focal point it was meant to be. The key elements required to make this transformation would include: Install wider
“Steps” — Abode Interior Design
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: Collegeville Manor
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three-story single-family residence creates a bold silhouette when viewed from the road below. Built on a 2-acre lot in 1997, the home has undergone several upgrades — a lovely stone façade, a pool and bathhouse, an extensive paver patio for entertaining guests, and a gazebo to enjoy quieter times. However
three stories above a narrow porch. The porch steps were of uneven length with one step situated two feet off-center. The portico columns, only 8" in diameter, rested on the lowest step, further highlighting the off-centered step above. The landing and walkway were installed using small pavers, while
three-story house that demanded an equally bold front entry. The design solution was to remove all the under-scaled distractions and make the portico, with the door at its center, the focal point it was meant to be. The key elements required to make this transformation would include: Install wider
“front” — haynes remodeling
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: Collegeville Manor
Ideabooks9
Questions0
three-story single-family residence creates a bold silhouette when viewed from the road below. Built on a 2-acre lot in 1997, the home has undergone several upgrades — a lovely stone façade, a pool and bathhouse, an extensive paver patio for entertaining guests, and a gazebo to enjoy quieter times. However
three stories above a narrow porch. The porch steps were of uneven length with one step situated two feet off-center. The portico columns, only 8" in diameter, rested on the lowest step, further highlighting the off-centered step above. The landing and walkway were installed using small pavers, while
three-story house that demanded an equally bold front entry. The design solution was to remove all the under-scaled distractions and make the portico, with the door at its center, the focal point it was meant to be. The key elements required to make this transformation would include: Install wider
“Courtyard, pillars, low walls, structured plantings” — gigiwood
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