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    #81
    Quote Originally Posted by kagalingan View Post
    saan area pala sa antipolo madalas ang landslide??
    cherry hills subdivision.

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    #82
    dok naman eh sikat na yan sa landslide eh. hahahaha.

    Kung baga saan yung area na alam ng mga engineer na not for building structure. Dito kasi quezon city sikat na adobe.

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    Ito matanong ko na din kay travahans and other engineer and architect, May naencounter na ba kayo or nagawang bahay na walang fix cabinet, kitchen area. Kung baga lahat modular removable lahat. Kung baga lahat ng pader from top to bottom pwede linisin. Wala pagtataguan langgam, butiki, daga. Ang naiisip ko ikabit eh surgical stainless steel pag kitchen yung kagaya sa hotel. Tapos glass showcase pag cabinet. So yung sa kitchen eh expose yung tubo mangyayari.

    Naiiisp ko kasi gusto ko yung paikot ng bahay wala fix na nakaumbok. Patag lang lahat. Sana nagets nyo explanation ko.

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    #83
    Quote Originally Posted by kagalingan View Post
    dok naman eh sikat na yan sa landslide eh. hahahaha.

    Kung baga saan yung area na alam ng mga engineer na not for building structure. Dito kasi quezon city sikat na adobe.

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    Ito matanong ko na din kay travahans and other engineer and architect, May naencounter na ba kayo or nagawang bahay na walang fix cabinet, kitchen area. Kung baga lahat modular removable lahat. Kung baga lahat ng pader pwede linisin. Wala pagtataguan ang butiki, daga. Ang naiisip ko ikabit eh surgical stainless steel pag kitchen tapos glass showcase pag cabinet. So yung sa kitchen eh expose yung tubo mangyayari.

    Naiiisp ko kasi gusto ko yung paikot ng bahay wala fix na nakaumbok. Patag lang lahat. Sana nagets nyo explanation ko.
    Floating modular cabinetry is pretty common. This leaves areas under cabinets exposed(w/o legs) & 'moppable'. We've customized a number of day kitchens in all stainless. Most prefer the softer traditional homey look....the seamless stainless counter on wood based cabinetry is the usual compromise. Pic below shows an example of such a counter w/ integral sink mounted on a basic cabinet.

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    #84
    ah so common pala yung kagaya sa hotels. Pero yung nakita ko may paa pa din and mopable ilalim. Wala ng base pag kakabitan buo na talaga. Mas maganda kasi hindi nakadikit sa pader kasi yung awang yan binabahayan ng langgam butiki.

    Parang ganito


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    Our starter home. Work in progress.

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    #86
    Quote Originally Posted by kagalingan View Post
    ah so common pala yung kagaya sa hotels. Pero yung nakita ko may paa pa din and mopable ilalim. Wala ng base pag kakabitan buo na talaga. Mas maganda kasi hindi nakadikit sa pader kasi yung awang yan binabahayan ng langgam butiki.

    Parang ganito

    the room is easy.
    just tell the architect or whoever, "i want a big, empty room. but put plumbing here, here, and here.. and put exhaust capability here and here."

    then go to the fabricator.
    "here's my empty room. here are the dimensions. fabricate me something like what's in my drawings, to fill it with."
    they'll probably request a site visit.

    btw,
    "be ready to spend."
    as fabrication is usually special order, it will probably cost you.

    but my question is, "wala na bang gumagawa ng porcelain surface? hindi ko kasi gusto stainless. it looks so... workplace... so... hospital-y.
    Last edited by dr. d; January 4th, 2019 at 09:57 AM.

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    #87
    Uso din kasi industrial look ngayon. Meron nga din concrete countertop. Personally I like the look of bare concrete walls/ceilings.

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    #88
    Quote Originally Posted by Baeconator99 View Post
    Our starter home. Work in progress.

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    That's a big start bro...

    Zen.....


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    #89
    Quote Originally Posted by Baeconator99 View Post
    Our starter home. Work in progress.

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    Grats, sir. Careful w/ unroofed balconies. Waterproofing service life is finite. Choose a ceiling material that won't be collateral damage by future leaks. There are vinyl & metal ceiling panels. Cemboard & gypsum won't stand a chance. Just my 2cents, sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    Grats, sir. Careful w/ unroofed balconies. Waterproofing service life is finite. Choose a ceiling material that won't be collateral damage by future leaks. There are vinyl & metal ceiling panels. Cemboard & gypsum won't stand a chance. Just my 2cents, sir.

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    Agree with you bro, waterproofing is a big concern with open balconies.... Even if you're using membrane waterproofing material.... Ours is about 65sqm of open second floor balcony to contend with.....

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