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Table of Contents RESIDENTIAL 1

HIDDEN HILLS HOME

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DUBAI RESIDENCE

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CONNECTICUT COUNTRY HOME

COMMERCIAL 4

MOUNTAIN WEST DENTAL DIRECT

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PERENNIAL PETALS & PLANTS

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FRENZY BOARD CO.

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EUROPEAN EATERY

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CARIBBEAN CABANA

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Hidden Hills Home This Hidden Hills Home is nestled on a large property abundant with trees and North and South facing views that look up toward the hilltops. The seclusion of the property allows for ample glass and open spaces to bring nature into the home and link the indoor/outdoor living spaces. The design goal of the architecture is to highlight clean lines and natural light. The palette of the project draws from the natural tones of the surrounding hills and interior finishes are minimalistic to keep the focus on the landscape.

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EXTERIOR


EXTERIOR FINISHES

WALNUT WOOD PANELING

BLEACHED CEDAR FLAT WOOD SIDING

OFF-WHITE STUCCO

The materials and finishes chosen for this project were inspired by the surrounding landscape. A neutral color palette brings calmness and composure to the space and is used to blend the indoor-outdoor living connection seamlessly. Wood, stone, and grasscloth are examples of natural material selection used in the interior that can be found in the surrounding hilltop environment. The modern design of the residence is meant to add to the simplicity of the scenery and not detract from the views. The design can be classified according to the Japanese definition of Shibui as a ...“simple, subtle, and unobtrusive beauty�. Exterior materials mimic the color scheme of the California hills and changes in material lead your eye through the architectural transitions of the structure. HIDDEN HILLS HOME

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EXTERIOR PATIO


PATIO FLOOR PLAN

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FLOOR PLANS

FIRST FLOOR


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MASTER BEDROOM


One Kings Lane Moroccan Wall Tray - 77357923 Dimensions: 27” W x 1.75” H Finish: Tin/Metal

Soicher Marin Figure in Space - YK-18-0007 Dimensions: 31” x 39”

Visual Comfort Dimensions: 30” W x 9” D x 1.5” H Finish - Hand Rubbed Antique Brass Lamping - E26 Medium Base 25 Watt (Qty. 4)

Roll & Hill Atlas 02 Dimensions: 13” H x 8” W x 8” D Finish - Matte Black Lamping - LED Universal Voltage

Restoration Hardware Vero Stool - 10010988 BRWN Dimensions: 18”W x 15”D x 18”H Finish: Oak & Leather

The Bright Group Bijou Night Stand Dimensions: 40” W x 16” D x 27” H Kyle Bunting Zebra - Ink & Cream Hide Dimensions: Custom Rug Sizing Phillip Jeffries Grasscloth Wallcovering Abaca Harvest - Deep Silt 1116 Dimensions: 36” W

The Rug Company Bamboo Silk Silver - Hand Knotted Dimensions: 11’ - 6” L x 10’ W

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Polished concrete flooring is used throughout the home for durability and thermal properties and because it’s a fluid and elementary material that contributes to the design intent of the project. Different tones of wood are specified heavily in the project for both the interior and exterior to provide warmth and textural quality. Natural stone that contrasts the dark concrete floor is displayed all throughout the kitchen not only for the aesthetic, but also for its cleanability. The black plastered hood is a focal point of the kitchen that brings a rich texture reminiscent of earthy clay.


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POLISHED CONCRETE FLOORING

The Urban Electric Co. Houghton - SG-1215HR Dimensions: 16” W x 18” H

TAJ MAHAL STONE SLABS

Brizo Litze Bridge Faucet - Arc Spout and Knurled Handle Dimensions: 13 3/4” W x 8 1/4” D x 15 3/8” H Finish - Polished Nickel

BLACK PLASTER HOOD

WHITE CARRARA ISLAND SLAB

The Future Perfect Rotor Stool - Green Leather and Oak Dimensions: 15” Dia. x 15.25” H

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GALLERY


MASTER CLOSET

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Dubai Residence On the 92nd floor of the Burj Khalifa, the Almonte’s private residence has stunning views of the city below. The goal of the remodel was to create a bespoke and comfortable space that fuses modernity and eclecticism. Aging in place was a top consideration during the remodel. A smart home system with dimmable lights, security cameras, temperature control, and a built-in speaker system is installed throughout the residence so the Almonte’s can tailor their home to any situation. The intricate details of the space were designed with the Almonte’s in mind, so they can sit back, relax, and enjoy their luxurious residence in Dubai, “The Gateway to the World”.

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MR. AND MRS. ALMONTE

Leonardo and Delilah Almonte are an adventurous and daring couple. They are both avid readers who have a passion for learning and human life. They met and married at a young age in Boston, Massachusetts where Leo was attending MIT to receive his degree in Aerospace engineering. Leo has experience and interest in both Aeronautical and Astronautical engineering and has had a long and distinguished career including involvement with the NASA Voyager mission and International Space Station, technology innovation for aircraft companies such as Boeing and Honeywell, and considerable involvement with the European Space Agency. He is partially retired but still consults with Aerospace companies on their engineering efforts. Leo grew up in the bustling city of Barcelona. The vibrant and art-filled city is a big reason why Leo is passionate about art and architecture. He admired the construction of the Sagrada Familia each day as a youth and is inspired by innovative buildings and technology.

Delilah grew up on an estate in the countryside of Holland and spent most of her time outdoors drawing, taking photographs, and riding horses. She is used to a refined lifestyle but is a free spirit who doesn’t like to take herself too seriously. She loves the fashion industry and has gotten involved in philanthropy work through that avenue. Delilah received her BFA in her home country of the Netherlands and her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in the US. She has continued on to do photography work for appraised magazines such as Time, Architectural Digest, and Vogue Italia. Her longest stint of permanent work was done for National Geographic from which her and Leo have been able to do extensive traveling and gain a better understanding of the various cultures of the world. The design challenge was to create a modern yet comfortable space that blends the Almonte’s adventures with the Islamic design elements present in Dubai. Aging in place was a top consideration during the remodel.

CLIENT PROFILE


FLOOR PLAN

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KITCHEN The kitchen lies in the heart of the residence. This large gathering space is perfect for entertaining guests and showing off the Almonte’s impressive wine collection. The range top was placed in the central island to allow for cooking and conversation to exist simultaneously. Sub zero and wolf appliances were chosen for their sleek aesthetic and smart technology that allows gourmet cooking with

the press of a button. This smart technology was important to the Almonte’s because they enjoy cooking together and want it to remain simple as they age in their residence. Rollout shelving in the lower cabinets and pull-down shelving in the upper cabinets were integrated to reduce the need for reaching or bending. Cosentino’s Wild Agate precious stone used under the central island and as backsplash


ENLARGED KITCHEN PLAN

was inspired by the colors and textures of space. India Mahdavi’s bishop stool provides an interesting eclecticism to the room. Open shelving allows a space for the Almonte’s to display their Fornasetti astronaut plate, baccarat candle holders, Karim Rashid Murano glass piece, and paintings by Spanish artist Francisco Franco and Dutch artist Evi Vingerling. The living room was

designed as a bright and open space that can seat the Almonte’s three children and two grandchildren, or a group of friends enjoying a dinner party. The furniture was placed to face a central point to encourage conversation and exchange.

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LIVING ROOM Ralph Pucci Paul Mathieu - Grace Floor Lamp Dimensions: 28” W x 77” H

Christopher Spitzmiller Wide Zig Zag Lamp Dimensions: 10” W x 23” H

Keetje Mans Ceremony - Oil on Linen Dimensions: Custom


Artistica Impresario Console Table Dimensions: 34” H x 53” W x 14” D

Kelly Wearstler Tableau Pewter Rug Dimensions: Custom

Robert Allen Helios Plaid - Batik Blue Dimensions: 56”

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MASTER BATHROOM The master bath is heavily influenced by Arabian motifs. Two exotic antique bone inlaid mirrors inspired by the Taj mahal are the focal point of the space. A polished stone mosaic tile with a lotus flower pattern was chosen for the flooring. Extra consideration for aging in place and accessibility was taken in this space. A zero-threshold shower with an infinity drain and a continuous built-in hand rail was designed to reduce slips or falls. The shower has ample room and includes a built-in bench, multiple rain can showerheads, and two height adjustable hand showers. All handles and hardware in the master bathroom do not require tight gripping or twisting.


CUSTOM 3D PANEL Starting in the entry and wrapping around onto the opposite living room wall is a custom cut floor to ceiling panel. The piece was cut on a CNC and mounted to the wall using a z-clip system. The design is derived from topographical lines of each country the Almonte’s have lived in and their favorite places they have visited. This panel is a depiction of their world travels that allows them to remember their adventures each day.

CUSTOM RUG DESIGN This rug design is inspired by a bird’s eye view. The base flowing marble-like texture is reminiscent of the depths of an ocean and the flow of lava, while jagged texture synonymous with mountains and topographical landforms breaks up the smooth underlayment. Blues and greys are used in the texture inspired by water and stone, while a darker earth tone is used for the rigid lines that convey earth’s lithosphere.

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Connecticut Country Home The purpose of this project was to conduct a study of Roman and Greek design ideals brought to Great Britain and adapted to what is known as the Georgian style which was most popular from the early 1700s to the mid 1800s. The design problem resulted in a classic country house reminiscent of the English 18th-century. This 9,000 square foot residence incorporates design elements from classical architects Vitruvius and Palladio. Additional architects Inigo Jones and Sir Christopher Wren helped guide the design of the home.

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Symmetry was a main consideration when designing the building footprint and envelope. The exterior employs a hipped roof typical of the Georgian era with symmetrical chimneys. A single type of stone is used for the facade indicative of the time when stone would often be extracted from a nearby quarry. Symmetrical six over six double-hung windows painted in a creamy trim provide contrast to the grey stone. A concrete masonry band runs horizantally around the exterior of the building and denotes the change in the first and second floors. The entry door is paneled and painted with a transom window above to filter light into the main entrance hall. Boxwood hedges line the walls of the residence and lead your eye up to the exterior staircase. A detailed portico resting on columns of the classical Doric Order shelters the entrance to the home. Centered above the portico is a Palladian window. The window’s iconic curve inspired details throughout the interior including the central curving staircase.

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FLOOR PLANS

FIRST FLOOR


SECOND FLOOR

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ENTRY HALL


SPACE PLANNING PROCESS

SELECTIONS

Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace OC-65

French Accents Wool Mohtashem 41280

Jamb. Attingham Lantern

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INTERIOR CROWN MOLDING

BASE PROFILE

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CORNICE PROFILE

EXTERIOR CORNICE

EXTERIOR WINDOW DETAIL

PALLADIAN WINDOW DETAIL

INTERIOR MILLWORK PANEL

PORTICO COLUMN DETAIL

ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS

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Hudson Valley Lighting Paris 2516-AGB

1st Dibs 19th Century Antique Gold Mirror

Custom Marquetry Inlay Pattern

Hudson Valley Lighting Bristol Sconce - 953-AGB

1st Dibs Collie Dog in a Landscape 19th Century Oil Painting

Custom Basketweave Parquet Floor

Morris & Co. Pure Fruit - 216543

Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace OC-65

POWDER BATH PALETTE

Daltile White Carrara Marble


POWDER BATH

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Sherwin Williams Bracing Blue - SW 6242

Zoffany Wallpaper -Cochin Calico

Hudson Valley Lighting Cohasset Sconce - 8212 AGB

1st Dibs Froylan Ojeda Flores Silvestres, 1983

NDI Nandini Branch GN707

Hickory Chair Lanesborough Bedside Table Hickory Chair Diad Drink Table Zoffany Fabric - Cochin Blue

Regency Royale Ivory Australian Sheepskin Rug

MASTER BEDROOM PALETTE


MASTER BEDROOM

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Mountain West Dental Direct This project will provide a working dental office that will be run through a small permanent staff and aided by volunteer dentists on rotation. The necessary dental product to sustain business function will be donated by local suppliers which coupled with volunteer services will significantly lower any patient cost. The target consumers are low-income, impoverished adults and/or undocumented adults who cannot obtain insurance. The goal is to provide a low-cost system for those who need access to basic dignifying dental care and to further social justice in our society.

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ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION This social justice project was designed to be environmentally conscious. The building design was able to achieve the LEED Gold Certified benchmark by including the following: The lot was designed with a reduced parking footprint and spaces for green vehicles were given priority parking. All lighting in the building is LED, water fixtures were specified as low-flow, and appliances are EnergyStar certified. Water metering was put into place to measure and adapt building systems for smart-use. The building will be commissioned to ensure equipment is running properly, and carbon offsets were also purchased as part of a commitment to clean energy C1

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INTERIOR DETAILS Ashlar Stone Veneer Color: White

PPG Paint - Delicate White

12"x24" Daltile Ambassador Color: Global Grey

Oak Wood Cabinetry Bleached Stain

6" Oak Floor Planks

Herman Miller Cosm Chair Finish Color: Glacier

White Cararra Marble Cabinetry Countertops

Shaw Contract - Observe Carpet Tile Style: 5T306 - 05515a

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Rejuvination Conical Drum Pendant - Antique Bronze Dimensions: 18”x24”

Daltile Ambassador - Global Grey Dimensions: 12”x24”

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Perennial Petals & Plants The idea of ‘Perennial Petals & Plants’ was to infuse the bones of a charming aged Tudor home with a fresh and vibrant refined style. The design goal of this adaptive reuse was to elegantly complement the natural beauty of the floral product while honoring the historic nature of the home. The shop is located in the heart of Logan, Utah and has been transformed into a high-end flower boutique. The design includes retail space, a consultation space, an employee office, a workshop area, and an outdoor rooftop space.

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EXTERIOR FACADE


EXISTING BUILDING

Due to the nature of this project being an adaptive reuse, smaller, budget-conscious changes were made to the facade of the building during a much needed update. Black siding with bright white trim transforms this aged tudor into a high contrast & high end vibrant cottage. Exterior lights were placed above a neutral yet inviting sign that welcomes customers into the shop and establishes the exterior as a business instead of a home. Manicured boxwood hedges pristinely placed along the exterior of the building are an indicator of the beautiful greenery sold inside.

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FLOOR PLANS LAUNDRY & DUMBWAITER ADA RESTROOM

CLIENT FLORAL CONSULTATION ROOM

REFRIGERATED STORAGE & PRODUCT

POINT OF SALE

RETAIL DISPLAY LOCATIONS

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OUTDOOR PATIO TO DISPLAY POTTED PLANT PRODUCTS

RENTABLE WORKSHOP SPACE & EMPLOYEE WORKSTATIONS

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PRODUCT BRANDING Physical branding was fabricated for this project in the form of seed packets, a bouquet wrap, and a decorative box that is used for various little gifts that are sold throughout the shop. The box also comes in larger sizes and can be used to create beautiful flower arrangements that can be hand-delivered to a loved one. The aesthetic was geared towards a simple and high-end look that would remain timeless over the years that the shop will be operating. A black and white scheme was chosen so that each products natural beauty and color will be the star of the show. A serif font was chosen to enhance the elegance and tradition of the brand.

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Frenzy Board Co. Frenzy Board Co. is a down-to-earth yet energetic snowboard shop nestled on the charming main street of Aspen, Colorado. Located near some of the world’s best winter resorts, it provides a playful destination for boarders to shop, build their dream board, or as a pit stop for quick maintenance on boards before they hit the mountain. Frenzy is filled with lively color and playful patterns which was inspired by the personality of snowboards themselves. A juxtaposition of raw wood, brick materials, bright colors, and patterns makes this small board shop a go-to boarder destination.

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CUSTOM WALL MURAL

This colorfully painted wall mural is the life of the party in the board shop. Bright colors portray snowy slopes seen through a myriad of lenses. This mural is a representation of the freedom and excitement that such an exhilarating sport can bring and is meant to remind each customer in the shop why they love snowboarding.

MERCHANDISE LOGO Frenzy’s logo and branding was inspired by the fluidity and energy of snowboarding and the outdoor elements. The branding is tailored to a youthful and unapologetic crowd who are adventurous and love nothing more than a good shred.

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The “Board Bar” was designed to tailor to maintenance needs or customization of snowboards. Boarders can either come and get their board waxed and their bindings tightened, or they can come browse through available boards at the ipad station and purchase their ideal gear. An employee will always be stationed at this desk to help answer any questions that the customers may need so they can be perfectly equipped to hit the mountain in style. The station is painted in Sherwin Williams “Merlot” color and a custom neon sign hangs below the maze of a black and white geometric wallpaper.

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Restroom

Exposed Ductwork

Retail Display Locations

Point of Sale Location

Main Entrance

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PROCESS SKETCHES


RETAIL DISPLAY

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European Eatery This restaurant set in the heart of Paris, France was inspired by the clash of modern and antique french styles. Sunlight and natural materials were important in the aesthetic of this five-star dining experience where the city meets the country. The large spacious room and lofted ceilings that transition to a polished outdoor patio with sweeping views reflect the open outdoors. Large skylights filter sunlight into the grand room and makes for a classy blend of modern and traditional.

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OUTDOOR PATIO


The outdoor patio that wraps the perimeter of the restaurant is an ode to parisian cafes that are dappled throughout Paris. It was designed to be casual with refined elegance. This patio is the perfect spot to brunch and sip mimosas on a sunny afternoon. Thonet chairs and white tablecloths rest atop a black tiled floor, and live orange trees and sweeping views of Paris make for an unforgettable dining experience.

Arizona Tile Exterior Cladding - Travertine

Kravet Black and Beige Jacquard Fabric

Thonet Ash Bentwood Dining Chair

Cosentino Fossil - Dekton Flooring

CUSTOM RAILING DETAIL

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EXTERIOR ELEVATION & AXON


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Commercial Grade Kitchen

FLOOR PLAN

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INTERIOR BAR & DINING Enough space was left between dining tables to allow a more exclusive dining experience and to discourage other patrons from being able to listen to their neighboring table’s conversations. Dimmable lighting was placed overhead at each table so the ambience of the restaurant can be changed throughout the day, and patrons won’t feel the lighting is too dark or too bright. Large windows and skylights filter plenty of natural lighting into the space which is healthier for consumers. Acoustic panels are placed inside the millwork that adorns the walls to help dampen noise especially in a large open room which is typical of these kinds of dining experiences. A wood ceiling also helps with noise reduction and absorption in the space. Wayfinding was accomplished in this project through a large floor pathway. This pathway leads from all dining areas to both the entrance of the restaurant and the restrooms that patrons would use. It is denoted by a change of material on either side of the pathway and small gold tile transition strips. This subtle path helps direct patrons while contributing to the beautiful aesthetic of the restaurant.

INTERIOR BAR ELEVATION


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Caribbean Cabana This luxury cabana is situated over bright turquoise caribbean waters. It sleeps six people and has a gorgeous and airy open living space including a full kitchen, dining area, and comfortable living room. Every cabana is equipped with its own personal water slide, hot tub, sunbathing deck, outdoor fireplace lounge area, and an outdoor shower. High ceilings and plentiful windows allow natural light in all day so you can enjoy a sun soaked vacation.

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FLOOR PLANS

W/D

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UP

FIRST FLOOR


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OPEN TO BELOW

SECOND FLOOR

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Materials, Light, & Color This Caribbean Cabana is constructed of natural materials on the outside with a monochromatic color scheme and bright and airy interior selections. Pops of bright color that are synonymous with the watery landscape are used in artwork and accessories throughout the space to add vibrance and life to the cabana. This tropical destination should feel sophisticated but also comfortable so people can relax and enjoy a luxurious vacation. Light was an important consideration in this project because taking advantage of natural light in an overwater cabana means less infrastructure needed for fabricated lighting. Large nana walls are used on both sides of the cabana to allow for light to pour into the main living space that will be utilized for most of the day. Windows line the perimeter of the building and span the first and second floor so light can come in at all times of day.


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EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS


KITCHEN ELEVATION


SELECTIONS

LIGHT BIRCH WOOD CABINETRY

TEXTURED BARDIGLIO MARBLE SLAB

PHILLIP JEFFRIES CONCRETE WASHI II

UPHOLSTERY FABRIC KRAVET - 35561-15

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