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Promises one will make if…
These are from an Argentinian Film prodco, Peluca Films, that sent me an email today. Fantastic work!!!
The recycled rubber floors are in at the Wolfe Den as indicated by the big foot prints of Living Arts Austin’s own Michael Kalish.
Check the stair detail that relates to the wrap around desk detail (see the post before this one).
And here’s a shot of the vanity in the master bath toilet room. Of course I had to take a couple of shots of the guest vanity again.
It’s gettng close now.Vodpod videos no longer available.
The skylight (w/insulated low E glass) at the Larkey remodel/addition is here! The light is wonderful, the trees can be seen swaying and the clouds rolling.
The existing, rusted through, fireplace has been replaced with a masonry one and the stone re-laid as close to the original funkiness as possible.
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MJ and I have good luck with plumbers. Dennis Messer, a sub of Living Art Austin is rapidly winning our hearts. The Wolfe Den is not an easy plumbing job. In this slideshow, Dennis is proudly showing us several features of these fantastic bathrooms. Like the dual shower heads, the ability to shower all over the place including the outdoor enclosed terrace, the hidden traps (you don’t see any!) the hidden drain. A great job by Dennis and a sweetest soul to boot. We just found out today that he injured his thumb on a job. He’s ok, but gave us a start. Get well soon Dennis! We really love and appreciate you!
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The Front Ipe bench is ready to install (and probably is installed by this posting.)
Mr. Fritz, a new hand with Living Art Austin, shows off his handy-work on the Ipe vanities. Beautiful, elegant, chunky things. You need to come touch them to understand them. Am I in Mexico… sorry went into a daydream there. Woof!