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FAB Architecture

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Scharbach Custom Construction LLC wrote:Apr 14, 2013
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    are these windows efficient?
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    They are not the most efficient units available - but with orientation, double glazing and a nice overhang they do fairly well.
johnbi20 wrote:Apr 9, 2018
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    That roof is a natural finish called Paint Grip.

Chen Vanunu wrote:Oct 26, 2017
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    Those columns were custom designed + fabricated for this installation. Made up from round steel pipe.

Modern Concept LLC wrote:Mar 10, 2017
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    Oh how I wish it was that easy - This canopy was custom designed and fabricated for our client. Isn't it stunning.

Channing Meekins wrote:Nov 30, 2016
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    This was a painted finish on the stucco. We used an Elastomeric paint.

rweil wrote:May 28, 2016
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    Those were custom made by a shop in Fort Worth Texas - Iron Craft Studio. They are really wonderful! Thank you for your interest.

kyoshinari wrote:Jan 18, 2016
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    That was custom engineered and designed.

Carol Fick wrote:Jan 27, 2015
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    Maggie, this project has a stucco finish with a integral color.
dasza18 wrote:Dec 15, 2013
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    These floors are leuders limestone - from a quarry close to Austin, Texas.
Digvijay Changkakoti wrote:Aug 22, 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Camille LeFevre added this to Houzz Tour: Tuscan-Style Builder Home Gets a Streamlined MakeoverAug 10, 2017

    Exterior photos by FAB Architecture; interior photos by Casey DunnHouse at a Glance Who lives here: A professional coupleLocation: Austin, TexasSize: 4,200 square feet (390 square meters)Designers: Patrick Ousey and Pam Chandler of FAB ArchitectureThey bought the house for the neighborhood, which they love. But after years living in a Tuscan-style builder home, replete with elaborate faux finishes and ornamentation, the couple sought a simpler, more modern aesthetic that would better fit their lifestyle. “The house was filled with turrets, twists and turns,” designer Patrick Ousey says. “They wanted a home instead that reflected their youthful, sophisticated personality and love of nature, with honest, simple materials.” The project began with turning the entrance into a modern front porch with limestone floors, metal roof, glass canopy and steel columns. A limestone and gravel path leads from the street to the front porch.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    not configured added this to patio - concrete and stoneSep 4, 2019

    i like the walkway. Backyard? Patio?

    bbkiddo added this to Colorado DesignAug 14, 2019

    Exterior Architecture, simple sloped rooflines

    ide_hickey added this to New New Thomas 2019Mar 17, 2019

    Nice level of patio relative to the lower pathway.

    HU-160642082 added this to webuser_160642082's ideasDec 10, 2018

    Entrance but with sturdier solid coloured door

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