A section is just one of the 3 main types of architectural drawings, in which a three-dimensional layout is explained in two dimensions. The others are elevation and plan. In every case the observer’s line of sight is perpendicular to the plane where the building’s surfaces and elements are projected. In the case of a… Continue reading Section
Month: September 2019
How Do I Receive Home Taxes Lowered When there Is a House Value Away?
Property taxes are calculated based on the appraised value of a home. House values tend to change over time, however, meaning that the lower the value of the home the lower your property taxes charged on the home. Unfortunately, having your property taxes reduced takes more than a downturn in the local home market. Based… Continue reading How Do I Receive Home Taxes Lowered When there Is a House Value Away?
Fantastic Design Plant: Giant Coneflower, a Authentic Exclamation Point
Yeah, yeah, yeah, there is ordinary old biennial Rudbeckia that is 2 feet tall and for sale in any nursery, but then there is the long-living giant coneflower. If you would like to be the talk of your gardening friends, provide the latter a place to accent your border or meadow. Missouri Botanical Garden Botanical… Continue reading Fantastic Design Plant: Giant Coneflower, a Authentic Exclamation Point
Modern Design Merges With Hindu Heritage in Houston
Can contemporary structure be used to allow a family’s traditions and heritage? The knee-jerk answer may be no, since early-20th-century modernism dismissed tradition in many of ways. But given that today’s modern design combines contemporary design with the modern technology and ways of life, can it be possible that it can be equally as suitable… Continue reading Modern Design Merges With Hindu Heritage in Houston
Great Lakes Gardener's June Checklist
Summer hits on the Fantastic Lakes garden in June. There are garden walks, graduation parties and weddings in gardens full of blooms. The first goodies from the backyard are prepared to consume, but beware of diseases and bugs starting to appear too. Barbara Pintozzi June Blooms The June backyard is full of old-fashioned, romantic favorites:… Continue reading Great Lakes Gardener's June Checklist
Spring Patio Fix-Ups: Earn Rave Reviews for the Entry of Your Patio
If you’ve been working on getting your patio fit, show it off in the best possible way by selecting the most appropriate entrance. This mini guide is intended to find the inspiration flowing, so it’s possible to begin building the patio of your dreams. From sleek, modern walls of glass into enchanting French doors, secret… Continue reading Spring Patio Fix-Ups: Earn Rave Reviews for the Entry of Your Patio
Fantastic Design Plant: Old Fashioned Smoke Bush
When designing a backyard, we are encouraged to think of the foliage first. A powerful backbone of intriguing leaves in the garden will maintain a style together, even if flowering plants aren’t at their peak. However, we can quickly locate ourselves at a foliage frenzy, choosing exciting leaves in every color from purple and chocolate… Continue reading Fantastic Design Plant: Old Fashioned Smoke Bush
Is The Garden Minding the Viewing Speed Limit?
Imagine you’re the landscape architect for the street department. You are stuck for ideas for a new stretch of the interstate, which means you click your browser shortcut, go to and property on a cute-as-a-bug’s-ear window box agreement. Warning! Assuming the traffic engineers have done their job, the normal viewer would buzz beyond a window… Continue reading Is The Garden Minding the Viewing Speed Limit?