A Building Culture Home - Structural Brick Masonry - The Edison
With natural, tumbled brick, slate dormers, western red cedar timber framed porches, these natural materials combine to make a beautiful, authentic home that will never go out of style.
The Edison - Interior Living/Kitchen
The Edison - Living Room
The Edison - Kitchen/Dining
The Edison - Dining Room
The Edison - a Solid Brick Masonry Home with exposed whitewashed brick
Kitchen Interior Design - Transitional/Modern/Farmhouse Kitchen - by Building Culture
Farmhouse Kitchen and Whitewashed Brick - by Building Culture
White Kitchen - by Buiding Culture
Structural Architectural Detailing
These 6x6 Western Red Cedar timber framed brackets support the second story porch off the master bedroom of the Edison. These brackets rest on the brick corbels that carry the entire load of the porch. They are both beautiful and functional.
The Edison II - a solid brick masonry home - by Building Culture - Brick Exterior
Timber Framed porch on the Edison - a solid brick masonry home
Timber Framed Porch
This western red cedar timber framed porch is a beautiful addition to the structural masonry brick house.
These are true structural arches. No steel that will rust away as is used in most masonry veneer today. Arches are the strongest way to span an opening in a masonry structure.
Transitional Kitchen - by Building Culture
White Farmhouse Kitchen - Storage Ideas - White Cabinets- Building Culture
White Farmhouse Kitchen under Brick Arch with Open Shelving - by Building Culture
Open Shelving in Kitchen - by Building Culture
Bunk Room and Loft with Ship Ladder - by Building Culture
The Bend - A Building Culture Project
These two homes, the Edisons, front the Bend, a pocket neighborhood in Carlton Landing, Oklahoma. These solid brick homes each have 60,000 brick in them.