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http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/51844865/list/houzz-tour-son-builds-on-his-fathers-architectural-legacy When architect Anthony Belluschi took on the restoration of a midcentury modern house in the West Hills of Portland, Oregon, he had big architectural shoes to fill — his father’s. Internationally known architect Pietro Belluschi had built the native wood and glass home in 1948 for a client. Years later the architect returned from the East Coast, where he’d been dean of MIT’s School of Architecture, to buy the house he designed. He lived in it from 1973 until his death in 1994. More recently, Anthony — himself a successful architect — rebuilt the teahouse on the property as a small guest studio to live in while his mother’s caregivers used a bedroom in the main house. After his mother died, Belluschi and his brother inherited the house, which had seen few repairs in its six decades. Instead of tearing down the structure, as some suggested, Belluschi moved into the tiny guesthouse and took on a major renovation, enlarging the main residence by more than 700 square feet. The alterations so improved on his father’s original vision that in 2013, Belluschi received a DeMuro Award from the historic preservation organization Restore Oregon, given for “extraordinary historic rehabilitation projects.”
The concept of insulated panels has previously been used in commercial building projects only. Bondor has now developed an insulated panel InsulWall® specifically for residential applications. Together with the already popular roofing product SolarSpan®, InsulWall® is expected to revolutionise Australian housing design and construction. Australia's new 6-Star Energy Efficiency requirement for new homes will demand significant advancements in the choice of materials for Australian residential construction practices. Insulated Construction Australia will demonstrate how uncomplicated the system can be to build an aesthetically pleasing home that meets and exceeds thermal performance requirements. Using technology that enables people to save on future energy bills by providing an affordable energy efficient family home of the future which requires significantly less construction time.
This 1953 Mid-Century Modern remodel plays on its relationship with the indoors and outdoors. The great-room visibly and audibly owns the front courtyard while the back garden seems to be an extension to the master suite. The interior finishes are exceptional with hidden integrated cabinetry and artfully installed tile. Cohesively through design and planning, October 5 creates another home that accentuates style and serenity.
PALM SPRINGS MID CENTURY MODERN TOURS: Even Leonardo DiCaprio has moved to Palm Springs with the purchase of a new quintessential Mid Century Modern home. The trend is to Palm Springs for its architecture and Michael Stern is the person to turn to for tours of architecture in Palm Springs, www.themoderntour.com Michael tell us about the architects who created the homes that are wildly popular today.
This video presents the correct rules of gluing polystyrene panels, protecting the edges of the windows and in the corners of the building. Work on warming begins with the preparation of the walls. On the dry and clean substrate. It has the purpose of improving adhesion, leveling the surface absorption, strengthening the substrate and eliminating dusting. The next step is to install a starter over the plinth. Then we proceed to glue polystyrene plates. Styrofoam mortar is used for gluing. This mortar can be used both inside and outside the building. It is frost-proof, waterproof, permeable, elastic and has good adhesion. Smart technologies latest building insulation - fastest modern construction built wall insulation Video using content Foveo Tech, MajsterPol, Ytong Silka Multipor Polska please contact information: 1. Foveo Tech http://www.foveotech.pl 2. MajsterPol http://majsterpol.pl/ 3. Ytong Silka Multipor Polska http://www.ytong-silka.pl
A Mid-Century Modern Reinvention construction process documented - designed by Mark A Silva