East Village Roof GardenContemporary Landscape, New York

Photo: Bilyana Dimitrova

Inspiration for a large contemporary full sun rooftop water fountain landscape in New York with decking. —  Houzz
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Mary Gardier wrote:Apr 27, 2015
Margery wrote:Sep 25, 2012
  • Cedric Meunier
    looks like Ipe wood
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    Hello, thank you for your interest. The wood used on this project is Ipe. Please feel free to contact our office with any additional questions.

Paul Heald wrote:May 27, 2015
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    Thank you for your question. The simple answer is that do not offer stock plans for this. Stepping back a bit, to help explain why we don't offer stock plans, the pergola was custom designed to be part of a much larger rooftop garden. The design and details are very specific to this project and as such may not be appropriate for your specific site conditions. We very much recommend homeowners work with a local registered architect (RA) or professional engineer (PE) to help assist you in the design of your project. Having a professional involved provides valuable insight into all parts of the construction process from schematic design through punch-list. Good luck with your project and thanks again for your interest in this project.

gregsenior wrote:May 16, 2015
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    Hello, thank you for your interest in this project. The pergola extends 4'-4". The posts are 5/8" solid Ipe over a 2 1/2" x 4 1/4" pressure treated lumber core. The framing for the pergola started out as stock 2/6s and 2/8s. This stock lumber was then cut to size and shaped to our specification by our millworker. The wood sizing and mechanical connections were carefully reviewed by our structural engineer. Please feel free to contact our office with any additional questions.

hzzdaboss wrote:Jan 2, 2014
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    Hello, thank you for your interest in our project. A very interesting idea! The top members, in this design, are slotted into and mechanically fastened to the horizontal beams. We'd need to give some thought on how to create an operable screen. Please feel free to contact our office with any additional questions.

lmccart wrote:Feb 4, 2013
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    Hello, thank you for interest. The beams are bolted to the posts. We have added a drawing, under the photo section for this project, for reference. All connections were carefully reviewed by our structural engineer. Please feel free to contact our office with any additional questions.

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Patrick Price added this to Preferred ItemsJun 3, 2019

Trellis idea...off you master bedrm deck...to hide the view across alley ME: love this idea! Joe - The more I think about a trellis...I think you really need one off the bedroom...I think Steel frame...Not a Bulky as wood, but use wood in it as accent...Maybe even incorporate some raised seem roof panels above your sliding door, then a open trellis section out beyond toward the alley to get some bougainvillea on ME: yes please!

joeriversaltieri
Ocelli Design added this to Mali-Price Idea BookMay 31, 2019

Trellis idea...off you master bedrm deck...to hide the view across alley ME: love this idea!

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