Example of a huge trendy rooftop deck design in Los Angeles with a fire pit and no cover

Whitfield Ave

Contemporary Deck, Los Angeles

Photo Credit: Unlimited Style Real Estate Photography Architect: Nadav Rokach Interior Design: Eliana Rokach Contractor: Building Solutions and Design, Inc Staging: Carolyn Grecco/ Meredit Baer
Example of a huge trendy rooftop deck design in Los Angeles with a fire pit and no cover - Houzz

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A Kasm wrote:October 14, 2016
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    Building Solutions and Design, Inc
    3 years ago

    We created a steel structure and our fabricator covered it in slabs of honed porcelain that looked just like calacatta. The slabs are pretty big and can be used for exterior application, the end result as you can see is very natural. I would not recommend marble or Quartz for this, it will not hold.

  • jimg1126
    3 years ago

    Hello, what is the flooring material used and the water proofing? I understand roof top decks can be a little tricky to ensure it doesn't leak.

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