Ginkgo House Architecture
Ginkgo House Architecture
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Eclectic House

This 1920's house was built with architectural artifacts (including columns, plaster reliefs, and glazed terra-cotta moldings) salvaged from downtown buildings that were being demolished. A new, larger balcony replaces a concrete slab with iron rails. And a new rail with glass balusters offer unobstructed lake views and introduce a new material into the eclectic mix. Copper rain chains offer function and fascination.

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Melina De La Cruz added this to Ideas de Melina24 November 2020

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