Structureworks Fabrication is a nation-wide expert in pergolas of all types. With a growing interest in outdoor rooms, their knowledge and design skills are more in demand than ever. The firm can do it all: from simple, garden-like structures to lavish outdoor living rooms and kitchens, their designs are suited for warm coastal climes, arid desert areas, cool mountainous regions, and everywhere in between. To learn more about evolving trends related to pergolas and outdoor design, we spoke with Structureworks’ Greg Smith. Read on to discover how pergolas can accentuate urban and rural landscapes and to learn why the experts choose Infratech heaters to keep living spaces comfortable in any weather.
Hands-free voice activation is a game-changing lifestyle enhancement for those seeking a more accessible home, whether you are living with a disability, Aging in Place, or simply an early tech adopter. Now you can enjoy the convenience of voice-activated, smart home-enabled outdoor comfort heat without investing and installing a comprehensive home management system with Infratech’s Universal Control Panel.
Outdoor design trends for spring 2018 are all about incorporating affordable luxury into your own backyard. Get ready for the outdoor living season by turning your patio into a peaceful, lush oasis through low-maintenance water fixtures, a color refresh, and vintage materials. Create your own peaceful sanctuary by building a shaded pergola or a sun-kissed open air living room.
Santa Monica, CA’s Minarc design firm was founded by Icelanders Erla Dögg and Tryggvi in 1999. Over the past two decades, the duo have established themselves as leading lights in holistic, environmentally aware design. Their residential and commercial projects employ a creative minimalism that is stunning, livable, and a unique hybrid of the design environments of their native land and their chosen home.
They recently used Infratech heaters in the Drexel home, a playfully minimalist, decidedly Southern California design. We spoke with Minarc to learn more about their creative process, how nature informs their work, and why they choose our heaters for their spectacular spaces.
Living basketball legend LeBron James recently purchased a stunning $23 billion spec mansion in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. Designed by architect Ken Ungar with interior design by Tiffany Harris, the home features sweeping city-to-ocean views, immaculate landscaping, and a balmy climate. In short, James’ new property is ideal for outdoor living.