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House 318, The Green House by Built4ever House 318, The Green House by Built4ever
Watercolor perspective drawing, front elevation, and first floor plan for house #318. Original design by me, watercolor is about 10 inches wide, plans are drawn on tracing paper in scale 1/16 inch = one foot.
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ofSkySociety Apr 14, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
So beautiful! I love the curved staircase
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:iconbuilt4ever:
Challenging to build but worth it...
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awickedmemory Apr 1, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
So much green... and love the gorgeous covered porch area! Exterior-wise, I think this is my favourite thing in your gallery so far. ♥ It's so quaint and peaceful!
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:iconbuilt4ever:
Green roofs rock! I love 'em. Either greenish grey slate or glazed ceramic tile.
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awickedmemory Apr 10, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Glazed ceramic tile? For a roof? Really? XD Greenish-grey slate would be nice! The flowers - climbing morning glory? - and green handrail of the staircase are a wonderful touch. So very idyllic!
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Glazed green tile has been used here in U.S. since late 19th century, best stuff made by Ludowici Company in Ohio, old company, extremely high quality. There are French buildings with glazed tile much older. The slate is from Vermont, best slate available, greenish grey, yes...
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:iconwhiterose889:
Deffinatly one my fav out of the ones i have looked through so far.. :) how long have you been designing?
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:iconbuilt4ever:
Drawing old houses for 15 yrs, designing elevations for 8, and doing complete plans for about 5 yrs, all self-taught...
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awickedmemory Apr 1, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Self-taught, really?!! Goodness gracious! I didn't know you could break into the architecture industry without formal training! You're doubly impressive now!
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:iconbuilt4ever:
You have to a residential designer. No licensing required.
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