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Sandra wrote:May 1, 2013
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  • 3johnsonwendy

    I wish you lived in Utah!! Would you ever do the Ipe as soffit with a traditional cream brick house were trying to update or is it too much of a mismatch? We have a contemporary wood door and clear glass garage doors.

leslie3wilson wrote:Jul 28, 2011
  • nandiol
    Does anyone know how to locate this brick or a distributor?? I have googled and can't find anything on it.
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    Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
    Please call Lee Ferris, a brick distributor in Austin. (512)413-9104
bjbarber wrote:Jul 15, 2011
Amy wrote:Jul 5, 2011
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    Texas Lightsmith
    That design is pretty different @jwag ... you sure it isn't a custom piece?
  • catousimard
    GEN-LITE, the Collection is St-Maxime.
nataliegreenberg wrote:May 16, 2012
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    I thought they must be custom. They're so clean - great eye to detail. How did you handle downpipes? I don't see any…
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    Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
    There is a rain chain that you don't see in the photo. And a downspout around the corner at the far end of the pic.
lancer123 wrote:Feb 23, 2012
  • lancer123
    Thank you for your response. This home is beautiful - love the soffits too.
  • Halé G
    What material of window
leslie3wilson wrote:Jan 11, 2012
  • leslie3wilson
    great, what about the grey color? Siding. Ps I love your designs!
  • cowartsu
    I like the wall sconce. Can you tell me your source?
amymoss wrote:Aug 3, 2012
Bret Buss wrote:Nov 18, 2011

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Buckminster Green LLC added this to Contractor Tips: 5 Easy Ways to Get a Greener HomeMay 9, 2012

5. Choose quality materials. Finally, think about every aspect of your project with that first "r" — reduce — in mind. We're currently renovating a house in Philadelphia built in the 1700s. The floors are original; the plaster is original; the brick front is original. By using materials that last, such as brick, we reduce the number of times a home needs to be renovated. And that means less waste and less energy used making new materials (and less work for contractors like me). Of course, there will always be work building for a growing population and serving people's changing needs and tastes. I just hate tearing out a cheap floor that lasted only 10 years.More guides to green building

Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to 7 Details for the Well-Dressed HouseAug 21, 2011

Install house numbers that are large and well-lit ...

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Warm and Modern in AustinMay 12, 2011

The style of the home was also inspired by the variety of materials used in the work of Alvar Aalto, a style Randolph dubs "warm modernism." The brick used here is a Mexican Sand brick, and the wood underneath the overhangs is ipe.

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mattdriscoll added this to Home ExteriorApr 7, 2019

brick and siding. Would go darker. Interior cool, but a little too modern. Randolph

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