Updates of our house on 9th street

Don’t worry the Darth Vader look is temporary – It is a new building roll-on, self healing, water resistant wrap we used in lieu of typical leaky building paper








  1. Geoffrey | January 23, 2012

    I read the article in AJC, nice work. I thought maybe your firm may be interested in some Brazilian rosewood, 1 1/2″ solid teak scandinavian tables, chairs and other items still in boxes from the 60-70’s. Actually, some items are wrapped in newspaper from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and American newspapers when the Volarie, and Pinto were the cars to buy. Sounds crazy, but it’s true! My mother’s furniture store Hansson’s Scandinavian Imports items are here in Marietta Ga. The store was in Silver Spring, Rockville, Washington DC. These items included solid stainless serving trays, solid-turned rosewood, teak, walnut lamps, chair end tables etc. Also, there are solid teak pepper-salt mills, solid teak trivits, glassware, etc. If your interested, please let me know 770 900 9872 or send me an e-mail. Thank you Geoffrey
    PS. I built Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s kitchen 2003 in Kensington Md.

  2. Gilberte Cudney | July 13, 2012

    thank you for all your efforts that you have put in this. Very interesting info. “The deeper the sorrow the less tongue it hath.” by The Talmud.

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