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John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Cole Valley Hillside
Ideabooks12,781
Questions8
style slider come with screens as well?
french sliders - have larger track system of 6" wide
Looks like French but is a slider
Sliders that look like modern french door
French slider door -- for FR to screened porch. Wide opening but nice look. Could we still have smooth/flat threshhold? Don't want to be tripping. Want a "one room" feel.
on the SliderA variant of the sliding glass door is what some manufacturers term the French slider. In many ways this door incorporates the advantages of a sliding glass door with the look of a French door. Unlike the two-panel configuration of the typical sliding glass door, the French slider has four
French slider, an important design consideration is the track system. As in the hinged doors, these tracks can project up an inch or more and are typically 5 to 6 inches wide. The large track is something you'll want to deal with by setting it down lower or specifying a lower profile system as some
“French slide doors (thinner framing looks good!)” — annacolosimo
ZeroEnergy Design
9 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
Ideabooks1,654
Questions2
new sliders, swing out doors wont work, stick with sliders with no partitions in the windows
Barker - check into slider
Slider. What is the size.
Slider door...Like the slider...schucco slider...Don't like sliders....Nice slider...patio slider...Schuco Slider
“terass” — alejinad
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
5 Reviews
Addition/Remodel of Historic House in Palo Alto
Ideabooks4,609
Questions7
Go for sliders. Sliding glass doors and screens that slide into pockets take up no extra space, but have the potential to vastly expand the square footage of a kitchen during nice weather.
Go for sliders. Sliding glass doors and screens that slide
Go for sliders. Sliding glass doors and screens
2. Go for sliders. Sliding glass doors and screens that slide into pockets take up no extra space, but have the potential to vastly expand the square footage of a kitchen during nice weather.
Go for sliders. Sliding glass doors and screens that slide into pockets take up no extra space, but have the potential to vastly expand the square footage of a kitchen during nice weather.
“good look” — little_star2me
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John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Cole Valley Hillside
Ideabooks5,398
Questions9
here is the double slider door - wood finish would be better
French sliders. Thanks!
outdoor slider...FRENCH SLIDER DOOR...like the sliders...french slider
“The railing, glass doors and fireplace make this room a showstopper.” — masaenz
Arcanum Architecture
Palo Alto Residence
Ideabooks899
Questions5
wood sliders in white wall, wood beams
Wide wood slider and side window
Bad idea for slider? TOo heavy?
love the huge slider
Large sliders...nice slider window...at that slider!!...Large slider...shelves, sliders...er of slider door?
“windows” — wrdaugherty
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
Ideabooks1,860
Questions2
small pane sliders - slide within frame
HOW I THINK THE ALUMINIUM SLIDERS DOORS SHOULD LOOK LIKE
panel slider...3 door slider...3 slider...sliders to deck...Sliders - colours...triple sliders...glass slider
“like the height” — mjessey
Contemporary Patio
Ideabooks3,926
Questions6
OXXO SLIDERS
Sliders--Sierra Pacific
French sliders by Sierra Pacific
center opening sliders
Fiberglass sliders...above slider...outdoor slider...
“These doors instead of French doors” — dbbeckman
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks1,488
Questions1
Clunky sliders and a level change between the courtyard and the entry didn’t encourage that, so Yama worked with contractor U Unlimited to match the floor levels inside and out to encourage better flow, and to replace the sliders with retractable NanaWalls, erasing distinctions between interior and exterior
Clunky sliders and a level change between the courtyard and the entry didn’t encourage that, so Yama worked with contractor U Unlimited to match the floor levels inside and out to encourage better flow, and to replace the sliders with retractable NanaWalls, erasing distinctions between interior and exterior
“new” — schofield2014
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