Concrete floorAsian Hall, San Francisco
I look forward to finding creative solutions when I'm presented with a 'must have' during construction. My client found some leaf shapes cut from slate tile. Coming in from the back yard, a concrete floor with slate leaves installed to look as if they've just blown in...
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I've seen most radiant-flooring systems installed under concrete. But the material you choose to install over the systems doesn't have to be purely utilitarian. In one beach house, I saw a 3-foot-diameter, shallow-metal compass rose installed flush into the concrete over the flooring system. And the concrete was dyed green.The concrete floors in this entry have slate leaves embedded in them, "to look as if they've just blown in," says Tali Hardonag Architect.