Since his childhood, James Gauer has been fascinated by the elegance that can be captured in small spaces. What began as an interest in the pages of his mother’s magazines later evolved into a long and successful career as an international architect designing spaces from New York to Santa Barabara. As a New-York based architect, Gauer certainly had the opportunity to refine his expertise in designing small spaces. Manhattan’s geographical constraints and shoe-box sized apart
The kitchen is certainly the most well-loved room in most homes. Because it is a high traffic area, kitchen flooring needs to not only look beautiful, but also stand up to a lot of wear and tear. There are many flooring options available in today’s market in a variety of styles and price points and each option comes with its own set of pros and cons. Here we will try to simplify the selection process by detailing a few of our favourite options. Wood Wood has consistently been
"Feeling Rough? Rough-in can be that way. Ruff Ruff it’s for the dogs ;) Is the title a bit much? I’m sorry, it’s been a rough day…… There are various stages of building one of which is known as “rough-in”. Rough-in stage comes after all the interior framing has been done. The “wood sticks”, as my daughter calls them are up and you can see the layout/the rooms taking shape. I have always said that it is my favorite stage, but what I really meant to say was that its my favorit
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