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modern residential design with a focus on our planet and your health

by mod from We're Building a New Modern Home!  (LiveModern Forums) — Oct 21, 2009 07:14 PM
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Hello all, A few months ago I posted to mention my almost finished website.  Well, it's all done and shiny now. I invite you to have a look, and be sure to bookmark and return.  I will updating often. Thanks for looking! [...]

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ClearSpace Modular

by Rous from Big D Modernists  (Geographic Forums) — Sep 03, 2009 10:28 PM
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Has Doug Newby actually said that he will never sell a prefab house? I know Diane Cheatham has expressed an interest (to me) in bringing a prefab house into Urban Reserve, and if she did, I'd be surprised if Doug Newby would not be willing to sell [...]

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Ceder siding finishing question -- how to finish the corners?

by girleen from Modern Materials and Methods  (LiveModern Forums) — Aug 22, 2009 02:29 PM
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We bolted on a metal strip for our corner.  I love the look of the mitered corners, but this way were able to weather proof the corner. [...]

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Looking for sustainable/green translucent panel options and frame/mounting system?

by CitizenDesignStudio from Modern Materials and Methods  (LiveModern Forums) — Aug 13, 2009 04:36 PM
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This is a great product that is an eco-resin panel and it is about 1/3 of the cost of 3-form, located in Orange County http://www.chrysalishd.com/     [...]

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Arclinea Modern Italian Showroom Kitchen for sale

by rapunzelrtw from Boston Modernists  (Geographic Forums) — Aug 10, 2009 12:48 PM
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Arclinea "Convivium" style kitchen PRICED TO SELL!!! Privately owned showroom model straight from the showroom floor! Appliances never used! CABINETRY: Iconic Convivium ventilation hood by Arclinea Stainless [...]

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Opinions: Modern exterior upgrade

by ModFruGal from LiveModern Labs  (LiveModern Forums) — Aug 09, 2009 10:21 AM
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It will be beautiful...good [...]

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Herman Miller George Nelson Wall System

by mditlove from Chicagoland  (Geographic Forums) — Jul 26, 2009 03:15 PM
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I also have three units of Herman Miller George Nelson wall system, purchased in the 60s, in excellent condition, with just a few items showing signs of being lived with for over 30 years! These are rare and have become collectors items as well as [...]

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Del Val Modernists open new blog

by lavardera from Delaware Valley  (Geographic Forums) — Jul 10, 2009 09:26 AM
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Previously we were sending out emails to make announcements, which worked fine, but sometimes news needed to go out faster than the newsletters were going out, which meant people missed learning about events. So we have started a new blog where we can [...]

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New Modern Home Development in Orange County-Fullerton

by jhallstrom from Angelenos  (Geographic Forums) — Jun 26, 2009 06:19 PM
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Previously jose.juan.perez wrote: Jen....Can you provide the exact cross streets of this neighborhood.  I'm very interested in taking a drive over to see these homes.  Any new news on the development of the townhomes? Hi Jose, The cross [...]

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Michelle Kaufmann Designs Calls It Quits

by patlukes from We're Building a New Modern Home!  (LiveModern Forums) — May 30, 2009 06:43 PM
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I'm shocked.  While I think Prefab is the way to go, the cost and lack of flexibility of the homeowner to put their own stamp on the project is what kept me away. Best of luck to Michelle and hopefully here ideas will still be around in some form. [...]

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