Erdreich Architecture, P.C.
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Erdreich Architecture, P.C. is a full-service architectural firm founded in November of 1998. From its offices in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, Erdreich Architecture pursues a varied array of projects, including mixed-use redevelopment, residential, affordable housing, commercial and institutional. The combined educational and professional experience of its Principal and Employees ensures the very highest standards of design.
13 Projects for Erdreich Architecture, P.C.
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An Arts & Crafts Residential Development on Lake Martin, Alabama
Neoclassical Limestone Residence in Mountain Brook, Alabama
Contemporary Unit Masonry Urban Townhouse
Contemporary Urban Infill Loft Residence
Contemporary Kitchen Renovation in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
New Arts and Crafts Residence
A New Arts and Crafts Residence in Mountain Brook, Alabama
Vestavia Hills, AL
A New Provincial Residence in Vestavia Hills, Alabama
A Renovation - Mountain Brook, Alabama
A New Colonial Residence in Hoover, Alabama
A New Palladian Residence in Mountain Brook, Alabama
Two New Townhouses with Plywood Exterior in Birmingham, Alabama
Commented: Where does the sagas work top come from?Countertops are 3-form recycled resin. Thanks.
January 27, 2016
Commented: how it's made?Each shelf is like a narrow hollow box veneered with bamboo. There are steel anchors inside the box that brace onto blocking in the stud wall. In this case, the shelves and their mounting hardware wer...
December 9, 2012
Commented: Does anyone know what type of plant is in this photo?It is a type of Ficus, not sure exactly which. Thanks!
December 3, 2012
Commented: Need help for my kitchenIt's 3form ( www.3-form.com ), a recycled resin product. Much less pricey than glass, more comparable price-wise to Corian--comes in infinite number of colors, and has been a great durable product for...
November 25, 2012
Commented: RSellersPulls are integral with the cabinets, which are henrybuilt, bamboo. Thanks.
November 23, 2012