Kurth ResidenceModern Kitchen, Santa Barbara

Ciro Coelho Photography

Kitchen - modern kitchen idea in Santa Barbara with a single-bowl sink and quartz countertops —  Houzz
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Solace Home Design wrote:Dec 22, 2017
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    Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP

    That is fine, but please give photo credit to Ciro Coelho Photography. Thank you!

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    Solace Home Design

    TGIF to Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis LLP, Please take a look one more time.

    Thank you again.

    Sincerely, Debra Dee from solacehomedesign

laxmimegan wrote:Jul 1, 2018
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Valerie J wrote:Mar 1, 2016
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    Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP

    That wall is poured-in-place concrete left raw (no finish). The holes you see are from the form ties that hold the two sides of the form together during the concrete pour, and are then snapped off when the forms are released.

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    It's awesome. Thank you for the detailed response.
windward616 wrote:Feb 25, 2013
Jessica Feilmeier wrote:Apr 2, 2019
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    Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP

    The curved concrete wall in the back of this photograph was poured in place. The "holes" you are referring to are a result of the form ties.

sofroehlich wrote:Apr 25, 2018
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    Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP

    I am not certain on this particular manufacturer, but many companies make linear hardware like this. Take a look at Hafele for starters. Good luck!

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Bryan Anthony added this to Quartz vs. Granite: The Battle of the CountertopsMar 1, 2017

Con: It isn’t suitable for outdoor installations. This is one area where granite has the upper hand. While quartz is generally heat-resistant, it won’t perform well outdoors, whether it’s on an accent wall or in an uncovered outdoor kitchen. Its surface can fade and discolor after long-term exposure to sunlight. On the flip side, a natural stone countertop like granite was born to survive sunlight and other weather elements with ease.

Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Houzz Tour: Throwing Curves in Santa BarbaraNov 12, 2013

Because details matter, the wood flooring is laid at a curve to reflect the overall shape of the house. Dave Mendros, the architect, notes that “doing a curved house meant reinventing the wheel with everything.” To achieve this curved wood floor, Mendros and his team had to figure out that the wood floor strips had to be narrow, so they could be bent during installation.Now that’s attention to detail!

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VIL-interiors added this to countertopsSep 13, 2018

Quartz - stronger than natural stone. Quartz isn’t totally immune to scuffs and stains, but it’s about as scratch- and stain-resistant as countertops get. As an engineered product, it’s nonporous, so coffee, citrus juice, cooking oil and other common kitchen ingredients won’t stain it. The resins and polymers used during the manufacturing process form strong bonds that aren’t easy to break.

tdevlin626 added this to Steamboat Counters And FlooringJul 29, 2018

Nice cabinets and color of Quartz top

Rosalie Parker added this to KitchenMay 30, 2018

I don't like the modern outfitting, but love the curves and windows!

vonnie added this to vonnie_larvie's ideasMay 9, 2018

beautiful kitchen cabinets and I love the 3/4 wall between the kitchen and the living space

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