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Maienza-Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
14 Reviews
Andalusian Custom Home
Ideabooks579
Questions2
leveled house
Different levels, neatness, symmetry.
“rock/stone on retaining walls” — rjrio
B9 Architects Inc
Family Share
Ideabooks444
Questions2
entry space for the ground level and a deck overhead. The top floor features a balcony off a library/media loft. The composition of the gray HardiePanels and the reclaimed fir breaks up the facade. This color blocking unites the floors; rather than seeing three separate levels, the eye follows the color
entry space for the ground level and a deck overhead. The top floor features a balcony off a library/media loft. The composition of the gray HardiePanels and the reclaimed fir breaks up the facade. This color blocking unites the floors; rather than seeing three separate levels, the eye follows the color
“Hardipanels” — Jenny Lopez
nC2 architecture llc
8 Reviews
Park Slope Triplex
Ideabooks355
Questions0
centers around a dramatic two-story space which integrates the entry hall and stair with a library, a small desk space on the lower level and a full office on the upper level. The office is used as a primary work space by one of the owners - a writer, whose ideal working environment is one where he is connected
centers around a dramatic two-story space which integrates the entry hall and stair with a library, a small desk space on the lower level and a full office on the upper level. The office is used as a primary work space by one of the owners - a writer, whose ideal working environment is one where he is connected
“Brick wall and stairs” — khaled86
Architect Heather Johnston
Casabrava
Ideabooks449
Questions4
field-finished item is the level-5 drywall finish. A level-5 finish is the smoothest and most labor intensive of all the drywall finishes, because it requires that the entire surface have a thin skim coat of joint compound (or another similar material) applied. This level of finish is the best when
“bench” — tanici
Jen Dalley ||||||||||||||
1 Review
Hen House
Ideabooks1,916
Questions0
shavings on the floor, Dalley raised their food containers to keep the space tidy. The double-wall water container uses vacuum pressure to keep the water level consistent. During the frigid Nevada winters, Dalley puts an electrical heat base on the container so the water won't freeze.
shavings on the floor, Dalley raised their food containers to keep the space tidy. The double-wall water container uses vacuum pressure to keep the water level consistent. During the frigid Nevada winters, Dalley puts an electrical heat base on the container so the water won't freeze
shavings on the floor, Dalley raised their food containers to keep the space tidy.The double-wall water container uses vacuum pressure to keep the water level consistent. During the frigid Nevada winters, Dalley puts an electrical heat base on the container so the water won't freeze.
“Nesting Box place” — kerrishotwell
David J Frank Landscape Contracting Inc
Terraced lakefront
Ideabooks933
Questions0
I know we don't have this view but like how it transitions down to various levels with grasses, retaining stones, etc.
Grasses as a seating area bordered by stone blocks? I like the idea of having multiple areas on different levels
like the terrace/grading down to a lower level fire pit area...closer to water?
“landscape” — jablouin
Elevation Architectural Studios
1. Old World Estate
Ideabooks1,273
Questions1
The steps. . .the rocks. . .the waterfall to lower level.
Water levels...split-level pool
“love the wading area” — lorgut
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
9 Reviews
Prospect Heights Row House
Ideabooks383
Questions2
On the upper level, the architect designed a catwalk that runs between the two bedrooms. A row of built-in cabinets divides it from the lower story.
damaged to save,” says Sherman. “But luckily that pressed-tin pattern is still being manufactured, so I was able to repair and restore it.” On the upper level, the architect designed a catwalk that runs between the two bedrooms. A row of built-in cabinets divides it from the lower story.
damaged to save,” says Sherman. “But luckily that pressed-tin pattern is still being manufactured, so I was able to repair and restore it.”On the upper level, the architect designed a catwalk that runs between the two bedrooms. A row of built-in cabinets divides it from the lower story.
“Wood on ceiling” — mbevil01
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