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cdmackey wrote:May 26, 2012
  • siportnoy
    Forbo (makers of Marmoleum) Bulletin Board. It comes in several colors.
  • cdmackey
    Thank you!

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falonland
Falon Land Studio LLC added this to What to Know About Concept Design to Get the Landscape You WantJan 3, 2015

Mood boards. This image of a designer’s desk shows a collection of plants, patterns, colors and inspirational images hung above the drawing surface. Designers of all types use mood boards, also called inspiration boards, to bring their sources of inspiration together into one collage. Landscape architects use mood boards and ideabooks here on Houzz to capture details, materials, natural settings and more. The point of the mood board is to distill the inspiration into one board that represents the design’s major visual elements. For a landscape plan, this might include patterns, colors and historic garden precedents that inform the design. The mood board may be presented to the client at the concept review meeting, or it may only be talked about. How to Create and Use Ideabooks

ericreinholdt
Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Practice: How to Pick the Right Drawing SoftwareJun 3, 2014

With BIM you create a single 3D digital model of your structure, onto which you layer information as you move ahead with the design. In this way your plans and elevations and sections and details are all connected, which is a very real-world way of thinking. Unlike 2D CAD, the BIM drawing set is generated by capturing different views of this information-rich model. Because you update the parametric objects within the model when making changes, the revisions are automatically present in each of the views (drawing sheets) you’ve created.

sheilaschmitz
Sheila Schmitz added this to Architects, Show Us: What's on Your Desk Right Now?Jun 15, 2012

Option: If the action is on your bulletin board, certainly shoot that, too.Now you. We'd love to see where you make design happen. Take a pic of your desktop as it is now and share it with us here. Just click the Comment box below to attach your photo and tell us what you're working on.

amyrenea
Amy Renea added this to What Does Your Inspiration Board Say About You?May 23, 2012

Perhaps the most left-brained of creative professions is the field of architecture. Architects are masters at blending science and art. It would shock me to find anything but an exacting, perfectly spaced and aligned inspiration board in an architect's space.

becky
Becky Harris added this to 13 Inspiring Ways To Style Your Inspiration BoardAug 4, 2011

Here's a longer view of her clean desk.

becky
Becky Harris added this to How to Get the Mad Men LookAug 2, 2010

Inspiration boards will never go out of style. This one is from an architect's office.

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fatou321 added this to Idées de fatou321Nov 7, 2017

L'idée d'imprimer les photos sur documents Word pour mieux se rendre compte de l'effet

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kpcooks added this to BATHROOMOct 30, 2017

ANOTHER OPTION IS WOOD TRIM WHITE TOPS BUT NOT SURE

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Solar Skylights added this to Design InspirationDec 7, 2016

This image of a designer’s desk shows a collection of plants, patterns, colors and inspirational images hung above the drawing surface. Designers of all types use mood boards, also called inspiration boards, to bring their sources of inspiration together into one collage. Landscape architects use mood boards and ideabooks here on Houzz to capture details, materials, natural settings and more.

rtoddw
rtoddw added this to art studioNov 14, 2016

desk with backsplash with window above

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