Friday Findings - November 24th Edition
In this edition we're exploring a variety of architectural drawings, ways to add wallpaper into the kitchen, and a structure with almost a zero waste zone.
The 80 Best Architecture Drawings of 2017 (So Far)
5 Surprising Ways to Use Wallpaper in Your Kitchen
This article explores five places where you should consider putting wallpaper in your kitchen. Check them out here and then consider planning your own wallpaper project.
This Stone Vault Prototype Creates Almost No Material Waste
Large Residential - Custom Home Project
A beautiful residential home located in Austin Texas, over 6,000 sq.ft was uniquely built with ICF and concrete which did not interfere with the facade or compromise the complexity of the design. The lot drops over 30ft from the road to the back of the home and the home is cut directly into the lot. The main staircase turret is 35 feet tall and all made with ICF.
View the project here.
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