35th years for Reapfield, 1st year for me. Remember one year ago, a good friend/mentor of mine introduced me to Uncle David (founder of company) and told me to consider coming over to the big city. With the fear of starting all over from scratch, I prayed and contemplated before I'm sure of my decision. Looking back, I've been growing so much and gaining more than what I thought I've lost. Good mentor, good leader who lead by example, good teammates who always push each other to be better, and so much more. Specially thanks for family and friends who is there encouraging and showing support. For that I give thanks. Also to anticipate what's to come! #Malaysia#reapfieldproperties#property#realestate#realtor#investment#investor#diversify#portfolio#condo#apartment#bungalow#building#landscape#building#villas#land
Rocking Chair Part 1: The nice horizontal siding looks nice with this old-school rocking chair on this outdoor deck at one of our hillside designs -the Sunset Magazine Idea House. Tap image to see all the products we specified in this image.
Repost from @oxenham—Its always nice when someone else drives by, stops, and admires a project enough to post. Thanks ! This house design is a Cliff May-Eichler inspired Mash-up of ours in Tennessee. It sits like a tempietto on a small rise beside the street. It has received much print and online attention—@hgtv@curbed are a few...
Nowadays, building design should consider architectural methods to modulate heating and cooling and not rely completely on mechanical systems. My diagram shows my thinking on this topic for one of my recent projects. The diagram is for a print publication.
Eichler Addition: it takes framing knowledge (and a few tricks) to design an seamless addition to an Eichler home: especially a glass corner in the new Masterbedroom at a Sunnyvale Eichler—looking good—1x6 V-groove paneling is planned for the ceiling and exterior eaves