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Slowly but surely this new building is taking shape. The interesting angles create privacy from the main house and useful delineation of spaces on the inside. The siding is select tight knot cedar. The mitered corner is nicely executed by the craftsmen of McBride Construction.  Still to come Рinterior finishes, lighting, landscaping, and a loft. Stay posted for more photos as it unfolds.

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Copper Handrail, cedar fence & gate, Copper gutter and downspout above


Cedar slat railings above and below, energy efficient wood-clad windows and copper gutter and flashing.

Here is a before shot:

Back of house before

In addition to lots of improvements on the inside of the house, this project makes vast improvements to the interface between the house and the yard.  Such improvements then inspire the client to make big improvements to the garden itself – A new stone patio, pathways, and many new plants.

The roof deck above is built strong, ready to hold the most practical kind of living roof – a vegetable garden in pots and planters!

 

 

 

 

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But my little cabin looks great from here.

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Photo by J. McBride : “Angular Angles”¬†

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Redwood railing with copper pipe – Forestville, CA

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Point Richmond Railing

D D-B railing

Painted railing with decorative holes in the white pickets, contrasting black braces – Inverness, CA

Painted railing with decorative cross-shaped cutouts – Berkeley, CA

Redwood and Stainless Steel Railing – El Cerrito, CA

stainless steel with round posts

stainless steel with round posts – Michigan (Thomas Hardware Photo)

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Simple Ipe railing – Oakland, CA

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Simple Ipe Railing – Oakland, CA

Redwood Railing – Berkeley CA

Cookie cutout railing – Berkeley, CA

painted wood railing

Diamond spaces between red painted slats – Albany, CA

ceder railing with floral cutout

Elegant traditional railing – cedar panels with botanical cutouts

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