River House - ExteriorModern Exterior, Baltimore

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incitedesign
Incite Design added this to What to Know About Budgeting for Your Home RemodelMar 27, 2014

Establish Your Budget EarlyWe have been in situations where clients have not told us their budget until we have completed some of the initial phases of work. This, no surprise, can slow down the process. It’s like going to a personal trainer but not telling them how much weight you can lift, and so you spend time trying a few exercises to figure out what the proper weights are. There are situations where homeowners generally don’t know what a new custom home or addition will cost, but a key part of the process is considering how much you would be comfortable spending on the project. Obviously spending $50,000 will produce a dramatically different result than if you spent $500,000. And what you spend will be influenced by a wide variety of factors, including neighborhood, type of project and level of finishes.

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Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Workshop: Reasons to Love Narrow HomesMar 17, 2014

Escape. This building addresses three distinct site features: the forest, wetlands and river. Its length perfectly enables the inhabitants to experience each part of the site from a different vantage point, and offers private refuges at the extreme ends within the larger building. Extending the layout along a single axis preserved the simplicity of the structure while providing these necessary places of escape.

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John Hill added this to Home Design: Living La Vida LinearNov 29, 2011

This long glass box — the River House — aptly overlooks a river. As can be seen from this view, the depth of the house is quite shallow: a single room, about 20 feet. Seen from the other side ...

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Shadow Sloan added this to shadowsloan's ideasMar 22, 2018

Establish Your Budget EarlyWe have been in situations where clients have not told us their budget until we have completed some of the initial phases of work. This, no surprise, can slow down the process. It’s like going to a personal trainer but not telling them how much weight you can lift, and so you spend time trying a few exercises to figure out what the proper weights are. There are situations where homeowners generally don’t know what a new custom home or addition will cost, but a key part of the process is considering how much you would be comfortable spending on the project. Obviously spending $50,000 will produce a dramatically different result than if you spent $500,000. And what you spend will be influenced by a wide variety of factors, including neighborhood, type of project and level of finishes.

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