970 storefront Home Design Photos

Heather Merenda
Full-Tilt Reinvention for a 1950s Ranch
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garden and a Buddha statue. All the windows in the house are commercial-grade storefront windows.
All the windows in the house are commercial-grade storefront windows. "I wanted them to go to the floor, be aluminum and have a sense of being
the window; commercial grade storefront window in aluminum
All the windows in the house are commercial-grade storefront windows.
limestone floor....All the windows in the house are commercial-grade storefront windows. "I wanted them to go to the floor, be aluminum and have a sense of being connected to
and a Buddha statue. Due to its weight, the ornamental rock had to be installed with a crane. All the windows in the house are commercial-grade storefront windows. "I wanted them to go to the floor, be aluminum and have a sense of being connected to the outdoors," Houston says. The bathroom floor tile
“The garden outside the window FOCUS is to the interior.” — erinjacob
Renzo J Nakata Architects
7 Reviews
Hillside house - hall
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Atrium hallway with storefront windows viewed toward the tea room and garden court beyond. Shingle siding spans interior and exterior. Floors are hydronically heated concrete. Bridge is stainless steel grating.
storefront windows, Marlin Spokane Wash company
g characteristic of modern architectural design is the storefront glazing system. These aluminum-framed systems allow for much larger expanses of glass within smaller-profile supports when compared to wood-framed systems.
storefront glazing system. These aluminum-framed systems allow for much larger expanses of glass within smaller-profile supports when compared to wood-framed systems. The result can be floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall glazing that dematerializes the wall and, therefore, the overall mass of
“floors” — crystalmarti
Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
4 Reviews
Crockett Residence
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Storefront windows... “instead of storefront windows - 96K, he wrapped 2x4 posts in aluminum cladding - $18K. Love it”
To give the exterior the commercial glass-storefront look he envisioned, he designed a cruder version of
commercial glass-storefront look he envisioned, he designed a cruder version of 2-by-4 posts wrapped in aluminum cladding. The commercial system would have run around $96,000; Pardo's tweaked design cost $18,000.
modern with alternate metal storefront windows - wrapped
The Architect said: To give the exterior the commercial glass-storefront look he envisioned, he designed a cruder version of 2-by-4 posts wrapped in aluminum cladding. The commercial system would have run around $96,000;
“2nd story” — cmckeon
Bruns Architecture
Midvale Courtyard House
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which may be why there are fewer companies here that create these systems. However, the fabricators that are trained in the proper installation of storefront systems will have access to the correct components. To continue your research, you might look into Tubelite out of Michigan. But again, these systems
Thank you for your reply regarding windows and doors. Since I've done some research already, I've read about storefront systems, but for non-commercial usage they seem mostly to be manufactured out west. I also live in Wisconsin, so I'm wondering if you could recommend
the fire’s lit. Tongue and groove Douglas fir extends from the bedroom’s ceiling to the outside soffit. The windows and doors are light commercial storefront versions, in which the bottom openings are operable awning windows.
“Off the master bedroom and surrounded by leafy trees, this narrow deck is an ideal spot for stargazi” — nancyemorin
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
29th Windows
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Standard commercial storefront system. The operable
Gerkin now makes a large window similar to storefront sizes with an awning insert. More info. at www.Gerkin.com or www.rhinoaustin.com. Rhino Austin is the Gerkin distributor in central Texas.
They are a standard commercial storefront system. The operable units are Gherkin. The sliders (not shown) are Fleetwood.
Lower operable windows in the storefront
“WINDOWS” — pmpanwa
Hagan Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Decatur Contemporary Renovation
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What company made the storefront front door?
Hi. The storefront system is made by YKK. It is available in a 2-piece frame, thermally-broken model that would eliminate the majority of the condensation because the outside temperatures cannot transfer to the interior aluminum - the two sides of the frame are held together by a rubber insulator of
(it may look like a sliding glass wall, but it is a swinging door, a storefront system) to admit entry.
limestone extending to the exterior wall signals which glass pane swings open (it may look like a sliding glass wall, but it is a swinging door, a storefront system) to admit entry. The low brick wall ties this space to the house, while the stucco piers and steel trellis create an open space that nevertheless
“Rocks, pavers, sliding doors” — dominiqueld
ALTUS Architecture + Design
3 Reviews
Farquar Lake Residence
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The windows are a thermally broken aluminum storefront window system typically used in commercial/retail projects. CMI Architectural http://www.cmiarch.com/index.cfm. Hope this helps.
aluminum storefront window system typically used in commercial/retail projects. www.cmiarch.com/index.cfm
"The windows are a thermally broken aluminum storefront window system typically used in commercial/retail projects. CMI Architectural http://www.cmiarch.com/index.cfm. "
The windows are a thermally broken aluminum storefront window system typically used in commercial/retail projects. CMI Architectural http://www.cmiarch.com/index.cfm. Hope this helps.
thermally broken aluminum storefront window system typically used in commercial/retail projects. CMI Architectural http://www.cmiarch.com/index.cfm. "
“Save” — davestevens
KIMOY Studios
Red Hook Town House
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residence in Brooklyn, New York, has a large storefront facing the sidewalk, hardly an ideal place for lots of see-through glass. Breaking up the floor-to-ceiling glass into smaller squares allowed translucent panes to be inserted.
Sometimes privacy can't be so carefully controlled, especially in cities. This residence in Brooklyn, New York, has a large storefront facing the sidewalk, hardly an ideal place for lots of see-through glass. Breaking up the floor-to-ceiling glass into smaller squares allowed translucent panes to be
“Wall of windows” — Mable Eden
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