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San Francisco Kitchen
San Francisco Kitchen
Michael Merrill Design Studio, Inc
While keeping the exterior intact, this 815 square foot freestanding, Edwardian home was gutted and re-framed by Michael Merrill Design Studio to accommodate a clean, crisp, ultramodern design. Small and compact, the new layout widened the existing gallery while also making the residence's only closet more efficient and accessible. Barn doors help to accentuate the height of the residence's ceiling. The bathroom's entry was moved from the kitchen to the gallery. The details help to make the bathroom, which is just over 50 square feet, feel quite spacious. Lastly, custom cabinetry in the chef's kitchen maximizes storage while providing a clean, contemporary feeling. (2006-2008) Photos © John Sutton Photography
Pool house
Pool house
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
We were contacted by a family named Pesek who lived near Memorial Drive on the West side of Houston. They lived in a stately home built in the late 1950’s. Many years back, they had contracted a local pool company to install an old lagoon-style pool, which they had since grown tired of. When they initially called us, they wanted to know if we could build them an outdoor room at the far end of the swimming pool. We scheduled a free consultation at a time convenient to them, and we drove out to their residence to take a look at the property. After a quick survey of the back yard, rear of the home, and the swimming pool, we determined that building an outdoor room as an addition to their existing landscaping design would not bring them the results they expected. The pool was visibly dated with an early “70’s” look, which not only clashed with the late 50’s style of home architecture, but guaranteed an even greater clash with any modern-style outdoor room we constructed. Luckily for the Peseks, we offered an even better landscaping plan than the one they had hoped for. We proposed the construction of a new outdoor room and an entirely new swimming pool. Both of these new structures would be built around the classical geometry of proportional right angles. This would allow a very modern design to compliment an older home, because basic geometric patterns are universal in many architectural designs used throughout history. In this case, both the swimming pool and the outdoor rooms were designed as interrelated quadrilateral forms with proportional right angles that created the illusion of lengthened distance and a sense of Classical elegance. This proved a perfect complement to a house that had originally been built as a symbolic emblem of a simpler, more rugged and absolute era. Though reminiscent of classical design and complimentary to the conservative design of the home, the interior of the outdoor room was ultra-modern in its array of comfort and convenience. The Peseks felt this would be a great place to hold birthday parties for their child. With this new outdoor room, the Peseks could take the party outside at any time of day or night, and at any time of year. We also built the structure to be fully functional as an outdoor kitchen as well as an outdoor entertainment area. There was a smoker, a refrigerator, an ice maker, and a water heater—all intended to eliminate any need to return to the house once the party began. Seating and entertainment systems were also added to provide state of the art fun for adults and children alike. We installed a flat-screen plasma TV, and we wired it for cable. The swimming pool was built between the outdoor room and the rear entrance to the house. We got rid of the old lagoon-pool design which geometrically clashed with the right angles of the house and outdoor room. We then had a completely new pool built, in the shape of a rectangle, with a rather innovative coping design. We showcased the pool with a coping that rose perpendicular to the ground out of the stone patio surface. This reinforced our blend of contemporary look with classical right angles. We saved the client an enormous amount of money on travertine by setting the coping so that it does not overhang with the tile. Because the ground between the house and the outdoor room gradually dropped in grade, we used the natural slope of the ground to create another perpendicular right angle at the end of the pool. Here, we installed a waterfall which spilled over into a heated spa. Although the spa was fed from within itself, it was built to look as though water was coming from within the pool. The ultimate result of all of this is a new sense of visual “ebb and flow,” so to speak. When Mr. Pesek sits in his couch facing his house, the earth appears to rise up first into an illuminated pool which leads the way up the steps to his home. When he sits in his spa facing the other direction, the earth rises up like a doorway to his outdoor room, where he can comfortably relax in the water while he watches TV. For more the 20 years Exterior Worlds has specialized in servicing many of Houston's fine neighborhoods.
Ultra-Modern Kitchen
Ultra-Modern Kitchen
RJK Construction Inc
This week our Friday Feature is a lovely home in Arlington, VA where we recently completed a full renovation of the kitchen and dining room area, and refinished the hardwood floors on the main living level. Construction: We began by removing most of the walls on the main floor, one of these walls being a major load bearing wall. In order to complete this task, we installed a 15 ft long triple LVL beam in the attic, and hung the joists from the new beam. We also needed to widen the entry into the kitchen. This wall, also being a load carrying segment, also needed to be restructured carefully. With the exception of one wall containing duct work, we were able to eliminate all walls, and open up this room entirely to the living and dining area. Finished Products: There are a couple of unique features in this kitchen- the first being the subway backsplash tile. Notice anything missing? Underneath the wall cabinetry, we installed special outlet receptacles, allowing the backsplash tile to be uninterrupted by outlets, creating a very sleek look. We also incorporated another special outlet in this kitchen. Opposite to the large pantry cabinet with roll-out trays, is an outlet containing two USB ports, for convenient charging of electronics. The cabinetry in this kitchen is from Bertch; notice the stainless steel finish in the two wall cabinets adjacent to the sink. With frosted glass inserts, these cabinets add a unique flair to the kitchen, and play a part in bringing the appliances together with the rest of the kitchen. Also, a pull out spice rack integrated into the cabinetry next to the sink allows the cook to have all the spices convenient but hidden away. The amount of workspace is almost endless in this kitchen. The white silestone countertops offer a unique look and contrast with the dark countertops. The egg-shaped island creates a place to eat, craft, and socialize for endless hours. Originally tile, the new hardwood flooring in this kitchen was pieced into the existing floor throughout the main level of the home. We re-sanded and re-stained the entire floor, to included the stairs to the main entry, a dark modern ebony color, getting away from the traditional honey colored flooring and finishing off the sleek look of this Arlington home. Photo Credit to R.B. Hill Photography, LLC — in Arlington, VA.
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Pool house
Pool house
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
We were contacted by a family named Pesek who lived near Memorial Drive on the West side of Houston. They lived in a stately home built in the late 1950’s. Many years back, they had contracted a local pool company to install an old lagoon-style pool, which they had since grown tired of. When they initially called us, they wanted to know if we could build them an outdoor room at the far end of the swimming pool. We scheduled a free consultation at a time convenient to them, and we drove out to their residence to take a look at the property. After a quick survey of the back yard, rear of the home, and the swimming pool, we determined that building an outdoor room as an addition to their existing landscaping design would not bring them the results they expected. The pool was visibly dated with an early “70’s” look, which not only clashed with the late 50’s style of home architecture, but guaranteed an even greater clash with any modern-style outdoor room we constructed. Luckily for the Peseks, we offered an even better landscaping plan than the one they had hoped for. We proposed the construction of a new outdoor room and an entirely new swimming pool. Both of these new structures would be built around the classical geometry of proportional right angles. This would allow a very modern design to compliment an older home, because basic geometric patterns are universal in many architectural designs used throughout history. In this case, both the swimming pool and the outdoor rooms were designed as interrelated quadrilateral forms with proportional right angles that created the illusion of lengthened distance and a sense of Classical elegance. This proved a perfect complement to a house that had originally been built as a symbolic emblem of a simpler, more rugged and absolute era. Though reminiscent of classical design and complimentary to the conservative design of the home, the interior of the outdoor room was ultra-modern in its array of comfort and convenience. The Peseks felt this would be a great place to hold birthday parties for their child. With this new outdoor room, the Peseks could take the party outside at any time of day or night, and at any time of year. We also built the structure to be fully functional as an outdoor kitchen as well as an outdoor entertainment area. There was a smoker, a refrigerator, an ice maker, and a water heater—all intended to eliminate any need to return to the house once the party began. Seating and entertainment systems were also added to provide state of the art fun for adults and children alike. We installed a flat-screen plasma TV, and we wired it for cable. The swimming pool was built between the outdoor room and the rear entrance to the house. We got rid of the old lagoon-pool design which geometrically clashed with the right angles of the house and outdoor room. We then had a completely new pool built, in the shape of a rectangle, with a rather innovative coping design. We showcased the pool with a coping that rose perpendicular to the ground out of the stone patio surface. This reinforced our blend of contemporary look with classical right angles. We saved the client an enormous amount of money on travertine by setting the coping so that it does not overhang with the tile. Because the ground between the house and the outdoor room gradually dropped in grade, we used the natural slope of the ground to create another perpendicular right angle at the end of the pool. Here, we installed a waterfall which spilled over into a heated spa. Although the spa was fed from within itself, it was built to look as though water was coming from within the pool. The ultimate result of all of this is a new sense of visual “ebb and flow,” so to speak. When Mr. Pesek sits in his couch facing his house, the earth appears to rise up first into an illuminated pool which leads the way up the steps to his home. When he sits in his spa facing the other direction, the earth rises up like a doorway to his outdoor room, where he can comfortably relax in the water while he watches TV. For more the 20 years Exterior Worlds has specialized in servicing many of Houston's fine neighborhoods.
Pool house
Pool house
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
We were contacted by a family named Pesek who lived near Memorial Drive on the West side of Houston. They lived in a stately home built in the late 1950’s. Many years back, they had contracted a local pool company to install an old lagoon-style pool, which they had since grown tired of. When they initially called us, they wanted to know if we could build them an outdoor room at the far end of the swimming pool. We scheduled a free consultation at a time convenient to them, and we drove out to their residence to take a look at the property. After a quick survey of the back yard, rear of the home, and the swimming pool, we determined that building an outdoor room as an addition to their existing landscaping design would not bring them the results they expected. The pool was visibly dated with an early “70’s” look, which not only clashed with the late 50’s style of home architecture, but guaranteed an even greater clash with any modern-style outdoor room we constructed. Luckily for the Peseks, we offered an even better landscaping plan than the one they had hoped for. We proposed the construction of a new outdoor room and an entirely new swimming pool. Both of these new structures would be built around the classical geometry of proportional right angles. This would allow a very modern design to compliment an older home, because basic geometric patterns are universal in many architectural designs used throughout history. In this case, both the swimming pool and the outdoor rooms were designed as interrelated quadrilateral forms with proportional right angles that created the illusion of lengthened distance and a sense of Classical elegance. This proved a perfect complement to a house that had originally been built as a symbolic emblem of a simpler, more rugged and absolute era. Though reminiscent of classical design and complimentary to the conservative design of the home, the interior of the outdoor room was ultra-modern in its array of comfort and convenience. The Peseks felt this would be a great place to hold birthday parties for their child. With this new outdoor room, the Peseks could take the party outside at any time of day or night, and at any time of year. We also built the structure to be fully functional as an outdoor kitchen as well as an outdoor entertainment area. There was a smoker, a refrigerator, an ice maker, and a water heater—all intended to eliminate any need to return to the house once the party began. Seating and entertainment systems were also added to provide state of the art fun for adults and children alike. We installed a flat-screen plasma TV, and we wired it for cable. The swimming pool was built between the outdoor room and the rear entrance to the house. We got rid of the old lagoon-pool design which geometrically clashed with the right angles of the house and outdoor room. We then had a completely new pool built, in the shape of a rectangle, with a rather innovative coping design. We showcased the pool with a coping that rose perpendicular to the ground out of the stone patio surface. This reinforced our blend of contemporary look with classical right angles. We saved the client an enormous amount of money on travertine by setting the coping so that it does not overhang with the tile. Because the ground between the house and the outdoor room gradually dropped in grade, we used the natural slope of the ground to create another perpendicular right angle at the end of the pool. Here, we installed a waterfall which spilled over into a heated spa. Although the spa was fed from within itself, it was built to look as though water was coming from within the pool. The ultimate result of all of this is a new sense of visual “ebb and flow,” so to speak. When Mr. Pesek sits in his couch facing his house, the earth appears to rise up first into an illuminated pool which leads the way up the steps to his home. When he sits in his spa facing the other direction, the earth rises up like a doorway to his outdoor room, where he can comfortably relax in the water while he watches TV. For more the 20 years Exterior Worlds has specialized in servicing many of Houston's fine neighborhoods.
Kitchens
Kitchens
Houzer Inc.
Our striking Contempo Zero Radius undermount collection captures the essence of Art Deco, Zen-inspired minimalism and urban chic. These sleek, highly functional sinks feature bold, contemporary designs that lend a sophisticated touch to ultra-modern kitchens. Available in a range of single and double bowl configurations with true zero radius ledge and bottom, premium grade 18-gauge T-304 stainless steel construction, brushed satin finish and MegaShield™ insulation for superior noise control.
Ultra-Modern Kitchen
Ultra-Modern Kitchen
RJK Construction Inc
This week our Friday Feature is a lovely home in Arlington, VA where we recently completed a full renovation of the kitchen and dining room area, and refinished the hardwood floors on the main living level. Construction: We began by removing most of the walls on the main floor, one of these walls being a major load bearing wall. In order to complete this task, we installed a 15 ft long triple LVL beam in the attic, and hung the joists from the new beam. We also needed to widen the entry into the kitchen. This wall, also being a load carrying segment, also needed to be restructured carefully. With the exception of one wall containing duct work, we were able to eliminate all walls, and open up this room entirely to the living and dining area. Finished Products: There are a couple of unique features in this kitchen- the first being the subway backsplash tile. Notice anything missing? Underneath the wall cabinetry, we installed special outlet receptacles, allowing the backsplash tile to be uninterrupted by outlets, creating a very sleek look. We also incorporated another special outlet in this kitchen. Opposite to the large pantry cabinet with roll-out trays, is an outlet containing two USB ports, for convenient charging of electronics. The cabinetry in this kitchen is from Bertch; notice the stainless steel finish in the two wall cabinets adjacent to the sink. With frosted glass inserts, these cabinets add a unique flair to the kitchen, and play a part in bringing the appliances together with the rest of the kitchen. Also, a pull out spice rack integrated into the cabinetry next to the sink allows the cook to have all the spices convenient but hidden away. The amount of workspace is almost endless in this kitchen. The white silestone countertops offer a unique look and contrast with the dark countertops. The egg-shaped island creates a place to eat, craft, and socialize for endless hours. Originally tile, the new hardwood flooring in this kitchen was pieced into the existing floor throughout the main level of the home. We re-sanded and re-stained the entire floor, to included the stairs to the main entry, a dark modern ebony color, getting away from the traditional honey colored flooring and finishing off the sleek look of this Arlington home. Photo Credit to R.B. Hill Photography, LLC — in Arlington, VA.
Cypress Gate
Cypress Gate
Phillippe Builders - The Gates of St. John
The ultra-modern kitchen in this Phillippe home includes a myriad of gorgeous features. The dark Asian Walnut floors contrast beautifully with the white trim. The groutless subway tile backsplash draws the eye up, bringing attention to the floating shelves and the sleek Raven Caesarstone countertops.
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Kitchen
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Kitchen
Mark Brand Architecture
The design of this remodel of a small two-level residence in Noe Valley reflects the owner’s passion for Japanese architecture. Having decided to completely gut the interior partitions, we devised a better arranged floor plan with traditional Japanese features, including a sunken floor pit for dining and a vocabulary of natural wood trim and casework. Vertical grain Douglas Fir takes the place of Hinoki wood traditionally used in Japan. Natural wood flooring, soft green granite and green glass backsplashes in the kitchen further develop the desired Zen aesthetic. A wall to wall window above the sunken bath/shower creates a connection to the outdoors. Privacy is provided through the use of switchable glass, which goes from opaque to clear with a flick of a switch. We used in-floor heating to eliminate the noise associated with forced-air systems.
Ultra Modern Houston Outdoor Kitchen With Metal Roof
Ultra Modern Houston Outdoor Kitchen With Metal Roof
InnovationLand
This modern outdoor kitchen in Houston pulls off the industrial look perfectly - especially with its I-beam metal roof design! This 400-square-foot, triple-ribbed, trapezoidal metal roof - and its grey, galvanized steel I-beam - proved to be the perfect outdoor living space idea. "I mean, what's more industrial than an I-beam?" asks Outdoor Homescapes of Houston's owner, Wayne Franks. "It also matched the metal roof on the existing house, and we always want to make our Houston outdoor living spaces look like an original part of the home." In addition to the metal roof, the use of concrete and stainless steel help complete the look of this modern outdoor kitchen. The table, floor and backsplash are concrete and the walls roof, and appliances steel. "An ultra-modern outdoor kitchen calls for ultra-modern appliances," says Franks. "So we outfitted it with a full line of stainless steel, commercial-grade Fire Magic amenities." In addition to an e790 Echelon Fire Magic grill, these components included a power burner, warming and trash drawers, a range hood, sink, icemaker, fridge and storage. Balancing out the ultra modern look, however, is a beautiful, rustic-looking pizza oven. "It's faced with a Mountain Valley natural stone," explains Franks. "The stone matches an exterior wall of the house." "The client is a prominent Houston homebuilder in the Memorial area of Houston," explains Franks. "They found us on the web, saw our projects and felt we could do the best job matching the ultra modern architecture of their house. I think it turned out pretty great, myself." The warm, red tones of western redwood balance out the cooler tones of the concrete and stainless steel, he continues. Stained with a clear polyurethane to show off the color, the wood can be seen in the tongue-and-groove boards on the 10-foot-high ceiling. Redwood boards serve as facing on the kitchen cabinets, too. This modern outdoor kitchen, of course, also includes a 55-inch flat-screen TV mounted to the pre-existing stainless steel wall with perfect sightlines to the concrete slab table. (Outdoor Homescapes is offering a special promotion right now: free TV installation when you have your outdoor kitchen, covered patio or other outdoor living space project designed and built by us. Interested? Just contact us!) "And since the house is on a hill above the outdoor kitchen, we're actually pumping the water from the sink back up into the house to the sewer," says Franks. "That's pretty neat."
Los Alamos Kitchen Remodel
Los Alamos Kitchen Remodel
UltraModern Architects
After
Inspiration for a mid-sized eclectic u-shaped ceramic tile enclosed kitchen remodel in Albuquerque with raised-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, laminate countertops and green backsplash
Chic Gray Flooring - Aventura, FL
Chic Gray Flooring - Aventura, FL
Mimo Flooring
Ultramodern Kitchen with gloss white cabinets and beautiful gray oak flooring. Wide plank and white washed European Oak.
Mid-sized elegant l-shaped medium tone wood floor kitchen pantry photo in Miami with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets and stainless steel appliances
Saint Helena, CA Ultra-Modern Guest House
Saint Helena, CA Ultra-Modern Guest House
Victor M Samuel Photography
Example of a trendy metal tile bathroom design in San Francisco with a vessel sink, flat-panel cabinets and medium tone wood cabinets
San Francisco Kitchen
San Francisco Kitchen
Michael Merrill Design Studio, Inc
Originally asked to resurface custom kitchen cabinets, Michael Merrill Design Studio finished this project with a completely new, crisp and ultra-modern design for the entire 815 square-foot home. Photos © John Sutton Photography
San Francisco Dining Room
San Francisco Dining Room
Michael Merrill Design Studio, Inc
Originally asked to resurface custom kitchen cabinets, Michael Merrill Design Studio finished this project with a completely new, crisp and ultra-modern design for the entire 815 square-foot home. Photos © John Sutton Photography
Modern Kitchen for a Mid-Century Modern Home
Modern Kitchen for a Mid-Century Modern Home
Mosby Building Arts
The island takes on a slightly different personality with its natural zebrawood topped by a Saturnia granite counter that peaks in a black glass, bar-height tabletop lit with a rope of LED lighting. Custom cabinets by Centorbi Cabinets. An ultra-modern modern ranch home in St. Louis County, MO was built in 1958 but had a 1980s kitchen. The homeowners wanted a more functional kitchen that better fit the vintage of their home, and would embrace their indoor/outdoor lifestyle centered around the pool. A portion of the kitchen’s exterior wall was removed for an addition between the kitchen and family room, creating a vestibule that brings in light and views to the pool. It also made room for a powder room that also serves as a changing room. The kitchen is all about precise function for cooking and entertaining, tailored exactly to the family’s needs while respecting the mid-century modern architecture of the home. Photos by Toby Weiss @ Mosby Building Arts.
La Jolla Residence: Kitchen
La Jolla Residence: Kitchen
Original Style Design Studio
The design concept for this project is “Vintage Modern,” meaning the space has the visual charm and appeal of a vintage cottage, but with technologically advanced and sustainable surfaces, modern appliances, and more efficient use of space. This gallery of images shows the Interior Architectural Design, Interior Design and Kitchen and Bath remodel of home in La Jolla, CA. La Jolla is an upscale coastal region of San Diego known for its undulating hillsides, cool Mediterranean climate, and mixed architectural styles ranging from multi-million dollar ultra-modern homes to original turn of the century bungalows. This picturesque Victorian home has elements of Tudor style architecture and from the moment you walk through the gate, the residence is overflowing with charm. A cobblestone path leads you to a two story central turret complete with its original arched Douglas Fir door, lion knocker and a quaint pointed slate roof. The turret, sitting at the intersection of the L-shaped footprint of the home, adds a unique curvilinear feature to the exterior and interior architecture. From the other side of the property, just blocks from the ocean, cool Pacific Ocean breezes flow through a colorful garden patio adjacent to the kitchen. Patricia Bean Photography www.reflectionsimage.com
Ultra-Modern Kitchen
Ultra-Modern Kitchen
RJK Construction Inc
This week our Friday Feature is a lovely home in Arlington, VA where we recently completed a full renovation of the kitchen and dining room area, and refinished the hardwood floors on the main living level. Construction: We began by removing most of the walls on the main floor, one of these walls being a major load bearing wall. In order to complete this task, we installed a 15 ft long triple LVL beam in the attic, and hung the joists from the new beam. We also needed to widen the entry into the kitchen. This wall, also being a load carrying segment, also needed to be restructured carefully. With the exception of one wall containing duct work, we were able to eliminate all walls, and open up this room entirely to the living and dining area. Finished Products: There are a couple of unique features in this kitchen- the first being the subway backsplash tile. Notice anything missing? Underneath the wall cabinetry, we installed special outlet receptacles, allowing the backsplash tile to be uninterrupted by outlets, creating a very sleek look. We also incorporated another special outlet in this kitchen. Opposite to the large pantry cabinet with roll-out trays, is an outlet containing two USB ports, for convenient charging of electronics. The cabinetry in this kitchen is from Bertch; notice the stainless steel finish in the two wall cabinets adjacent to the sink. With frosted glass inserts, these cabinets add a unique flair to the kitchen, and play a part in bringing the appliances together with the rest of the kitchen. Also, a pull out spice rack integrated into the cabinetry next to the sink allows the cook to have all the spices convenient but hidden away. The amount of workspace is almost endless in this kitchen. The white silestone countertops offer a unique look and contrast with the dark countertops. The egg-shaped island creates a place to eat, craft, and socialize for endless hours. Originally tile, the new hardwood flooring in this kitchen was pieced into the existing floor throughout the main level of the home. We re-sanded and re-stained the entire floor, to included the stairs to the main entry, a dark modern ebony color, getting away from the traditional honey colored flooring and finishing off the sleek look of this Arlington home. Photo Credit to R.B. Hill Photography, LLC — in Arlington, VA.
San Francisco Kitchen
San Francisco Kitchen
Michael Merrill Design Studio, Inc
Originally asked to resurface custom kitchen cabinets, Michael Merrill Design Studio finished this project with a completely new, crisp and ultra-modern design for the entire 815 square-foot home. Photos © John Sutton Photography
La Jolla Residence: Kitchen
La Jolla Residence: Kitchen
Original Style Design Studio
The design concept for this project is “Vintage Modern,” meaning the space has the visual charm and appeal of a vintage cottage, but with technologically advanced and sustainable surfaces, modern appliances, and more efficient use of space. This gallery of images shows the Interior Architectural Design, Interior Design and Kitchen and Bath remodel of home in La Jolla, CA. La Jolla is an upscale coastal region of San Diego known for its undulating hillsides, cool Mediterranean climate, and mixed architectural styles ranging from multi-million dollar ultra-modern homes to original turn of the century bungalows. This picturesque Victorian home has elements of Tudor style architecture and from the moment you walk through the gate, the residence is overflowing with charm. A cobblestone path leads you to a two story central turret complete with its original arched Douglas Fir door, lion knocker and a quaint pointed slate roof. The turret, sitting at the intersection of the L-shaped footprint of the home, adds a unique curvilinear feature to the exterior and interior architecture. From the other side of the property, just blocks from the ocean, cool Pacific Ocean breezes flow through a colorful garden patio adjacent to the kitchen. Patricia Bean Photography www.reflectionsimage.com
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