Randall Mars

The Pool House was pushed against the pool, preserving the lot and creating a dynamic relationship between the 2 elements. A glass garage door was used to open the interior onto the pool.

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sujathaasnani wrote:13 June 2012
  • aquabluetoo
    6 years ago
    LOL Do we need to win the lottery?!!! (we are building in Trinidad & Tobago btw)
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    Randall Mars Architects
    6 years ago
    we can be very reasonable

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jen Dalley // added this to How to Partition Spaces Without Using Walls5 April 2018

3. Structural elementsA home’s structural elements can be used to define space too. These beams add another layer of architecture that is exposed in the vaulted ceiling.

Rashmi Haralalka added this to A Guide to Door Styles5 January 2018

Sectional doorsSuited for wider and taller spaces, sectional doors feature hinged panel segments that slide up and overhead along tracks. The hinges let the panels pivot as they move from vertical to horizontal when opening the door. They are a clever replacement for traditional floor-to-ceiling windows, which don’t open completely.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Barbara Meyers added this to 3 season room17 March 2020

beams hiding some of garage hardware.

Gary Tomlins added this to Glass Garage Doors4 March 2020

How the black door blends to be like a shadow to the outside view

carlab22 added this to New House Living Room22 February 2020

garage door option for back patio area/kitchen

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