6.2.3 An object shall be coloured to show a chequered pattern if it has essentially unbroken surfaces and its projection on any vertical plane equals or exceeds 4.5 m in both dimensions. The pattern shall consist of rectangles of not less than 1.5 m and not more than 3 m on a side, the corners being of the darker colour. The colours of the pattern shall contrast each with the other and with the background against which they will be seen. Orange and white or alternatively red and white shall be used, except where such colours merge with the background.
very handsom 538 sf house with high ceilings New Zealand
very livable for two + 2 dogs + seaview
pretty good prices on this stuff. like the mens sweater and the housewares dept.
gap house Japan
great open plan and multi level crib with unassuming exterior. minimal kitchen. knobs? you need cabnet knobs?
wireless connector to your speakers
specs for dc charger for air pump (pdf / dont bother clicking)
alloy artifacts and accurate history of american made hand tools
cabin library with timber frame shelves
tatami furniture line
Harry Weese slat banch
mixed use japanese house
MCM New Listing in Portland
vaulted house London
making a shipping container
Breuer Orange/Red Pantone 1665C to replicate MB RED
The Rummers of Portland (mcm)
roof for two containers
modern houses of Fire Island