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Andersson-Wise Architects
Stone Creek Camp
Ideabooks290
Questions0
the wood’s insulation value, but using split firewood to buffer the harsh weather of the site is meaningful on many levels.
“firewood as insulation” — klintss
The Impatient Gardener
Cottage portico
Ideabooks6,735
Questions5
as in this example, roof overhangs also save doors and windows from bad weather (saving you money), and protect a house's exterior and foundation from water
“Charming” — rtobeygertz
Vanni Archive/Architectural Photography
Renovated Tuscan Farm House, Siena, Italy
Ideabooks7,405
Questions12
sister from the South of France: "Now we are having beautiful warm, windless weather that is very beneficial to me. The sun, a light that for lack of a better
“All...” — bennettjoy
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Parkinson Avenue East
Ideabooks7,075
Questions7
you use storm windows in the winter, remove them after the worst winter weather has passed. Swap out your storm doors for screen doors, and put up screens
“have front porch walled off w/ shakes instead of railing” — bmalean
TaC studios, architects
4 Reviews
765 studio/residence, a modern residence in Atlanta, Georgia
Ideabooks3,783
Questions7
living environments and take advantage of the wonderful spring and fall weather," Tavel agrees.
“Interior step to deck and deck without rail” — rlwjhun
Highgate House
4 Reviews
Beach House
Ideabooks968
Questions2
the ocean or not, beach-style homes make the most of Australia’s fabulous weather on verandahs and decks, and in courtyards and backyards. Natural materials
“Fabric combo” — nicanderson
Mascheroni Construction
10 Reviews
Mascheroni Construction
Ideabooks14,593
Questions15
Need to check the traffic or weather? A child's school or practice schedule? Send a quick email? Look up a movie
“desk and bookshelves” — cheez93
Art Gems
4 Reviews
Adirondack Style Inside & Out
Ideabooks6,534
Questions4
space. It could become a potting shed, barbecue area, outdoor kitchen, all-weather seating area, cubbyhouse, outdoor playroom … the list goes on!TELL USWhich
“about what i can afford love the old windows” — plumline
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