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Example of a minimalist kitchen design in Los Angeles

Kitchen with Private Courtyard outside Glass Garage DoorsModern Kitchen, Los Angeles

Kitchen - Opens up to the Courtyard via Glass Garage Doors. Skyblend Formaldahyde Free Cabinets with Maple Veneer, Ceasarstone Countertops, Kohler Stainless Steel Sink and our son Griffin

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rounded wrote:Feb 19, 2012
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    Jeannette Architects
    Hi There,
    Contact Bryce Parker Garage Doors at www.glassgaragedoors.com. They do excellent quality doors and have good tight gaskets and weatherstripping. Pay attention to the glass options and be sure to let them know where in your home they are going to help with recommendations. To fight the bugs, we installed roll down screens on the outside. Ours came from http://www.bayscreens.net/ - reach out to them if you'd like, hopefully they have installers in your region. We love ours. Good luck!

    Jeff
    www.jeannettearchitects.com
  • Talmage Dangerfield

    Thank you for the information about the garage door. My wife and I are in the process of buying a new motor for ours. I really like the idea of having a roll up door in your kitchen. It would really help to cool it down on hot summer days. http://www.djdoor.com

kgreig wrote:Jun 6, 2012
What's the countertop material? Thanks!

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    The countertops are Quartz ~ Lagos Blue by CaesarStone. At Jeannette Architects, we are partial to specifying Quartz for the durability and minimal maintenance factors. There are many different colors and shades from which to choose and pricing tends to run parallel to a nice granite.
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    The garage doors are manufactured by Clopay. Materials are Dark Bronze Annodized frames with SolarBan 60 Low-E Glazing to match the other door and window glazing in the home. This home was designed in Long Beach, California where temperatures are mild to warm in the summer. The idea of the doors allows excellent visual connection to the private courtyard as well as solar heat gain into the home, warming up the concrete floor slab to heat the home naturally through the evening hours.
amateur7 wrote:Jul 14, 2012
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    Yup! that's our son Griffin. He's about a block taller now. He also has several cameo's during the construction phase. Being the Owner/Architect's kid had it's advantages... check him out at http://www.jeannettearchitects.com/portfolio/residential/kelty - his first shot is picture 33 on his self appointed "clean up duty" run ~ thanks for noticing! Jeff
  • maprill
    Too cute...definitely caught my eye!
mmetlin wrote:Dec 10, 2012
who makes the cabinets and what is the style, color and finish?

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    Jeannette Architects
    Cabinets were fabricated by ftwoodworking.com. Material core of Skyblend with maple veneer & clear coat finish w/ yellowing inhibitors.
ekpardau wrote:Apr 2, 2013
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    Not "homey" but practical, clean, & sleek. I for one LOVE it. Thank you for the inspiration. We're finalizing flooring now.
  • Corinne Koftinoff
    love the sense of humour with tagging your son!
annemurphy1 wrote:Dec 22, 2013
Your son is a cutie.... I'm sure he is priceless!!! LOL

cblandford wrote:Feb 7, 2014
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    It's actually Polygal ( http://www.polygal-northamerica.com/) - a polycarbonate translucent sheet material. In our application, there's a fluorescent tube light within the wall sandwiched between 2 pieces of Polygal that act as our "undercabinet light". We also used it in our outdoor shower as a privacy panel - this image may help demonstrate how light passes through it.
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    It's a great material - we've used it in many different applications. Thanks for asking! Jeff - Jeannette Architects
Keith Richey wrote:Jun 27, 2014
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    Hello. The block is standard concrete masonry unit construction - fully grouted cells with rebar within. The home is in Southern California with specific seismic / earthquake requirements that didn't allow us to use insulated block methods at the time. We didn't insulate anything but instead used the concept of a Tromb Wall for heat absorption and radiation into the home. By considering this passive solar design technique, we are able to heat the home in the morning and not have to heat the home at night. It works quite well. Thanks for asking... Jeff - Jeannette Architects
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    How much??

      maddyrg wrote:Aug 20, 2015
      What's is the price?

      cenasand wrote:Mar 7, 2016
      How much are these?

      - How much are these?

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        Access Custom Garage Doors

        Hi!

        If you would like pricing on the full view glass garage door, feel free to call us today!

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