Cool down your house in the summer

DIAMOND INTERIORS Kitchens & Bathrooms

With summer quickly approaching, minds will soon be turning to how to make the most of the rising temperatures. Holidays need planning, BBQ’s need to be unearthed, and someone need to pull the sun lounger out of the shed.

But just as soon as the warm temperatures arrive, the usual grumbles start. “It’s too hot”. “This house is too stuffy”. “Where is the fan?”. On and on this will go, because no matter what the weather, there are always downsides!

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Pros of Timber Frame Construction

Timber frame construction is famous method all over the world because of light weighted  and efficiency feature. Timber frame construction method is known for “most economical and efficient” construction method. Structures are durable and strong. Today, Earl Webb, President of the EW-Webb Engineering Inc. California construction company, have posted major advantages of Timber frame cosntruction methods.

Wood Frame Construction Riverside

Pros of Timer Frame Construction:

        • Reduced construction time to the weather : Timber frame construction is not weather dependent that’s why we can done construction work any time. Construction speed is too fast because this is dry construction process.
        • Reduced site labour and construction waste: All construction materials are manufactured under quality control process which ensure a premium product that is easy to erect. Predictability and greater control in the construction process that’s why it reduced build cost.
        • Efficient use of material: Engineers constructed the frame very accurately and all construction material is used in efficient manner due to controlled engineering time and fabrication.
        • Fast Heating Process: Major advantage of timber frame construction is that good thermal performance. Fast heating due to low thermal mass.
        • Environment Friendly Construction: Timber is called as “renewable” because it’s an organic and non-toxic.
        • Sound Insulation: This construction method also improves sound insulation rather than other building methods.
        • Healthy And Safe: Timber frame home is warm, comfy and safe place to live. Its reduces %of carbon which is good for our health.

Our Verdict: By reading above all points, we consider that timer frame construction is high customer satisfaction construction type because of high energy efficiency, increase design flexibility and high quality material.

Most Famous Interior Designers and Their Styles

Hi Friends, Today EW-Webb Engineering Team are going to publish most successful interior designers bio with their interior styles.

Bobby Trendy:
Famous Interior Designer
Bobby Trendy is an interior decorator, fashion designer and television personality. He first achieved notoriety as a series regular on The Anna Nicole Show.

Real Full Name : Raymond John Muro
Born : May 22, 1979 (age 36), Valencia, California, United States
Nationality:  American
Official Website:

Philippe Starck:

Philippe Starck Famous DesignerPhilippe Starck is a French designer who has become widely known since the start of his career in the 1980s for his interior, product, industrial and architectural design work.
Born: January 18, 1949 (age 66), Paris, France
Education: École Camondo
Famous Books: Piero Fornasetti: A Conversation Between Philippe Starck and Barnaba Fornasetti, Starck Postcard Book
Official Website:

Karim Rashid:

Karim Rashid Interior DesignerKarim Rashid is an industrial designer and interior architect. His designs include luxury goods, furniture, lighting, surface design, brand identity and packaging.

Born: September 18, 1960 (age 54), Cairo, Egypt
Education: Carleton University
Official Website:

Patricia Urquiola:

Patricia Urquiola Interior Designer
She is a Spanish architect and designer.

Born: 1961, Oviedo, Spain
Education: Polytechnic University of Milan, Technical University of Madrid
Books: Patricia Urquiola: Time to Make a Book

Twinkle Khanna:
Twinkle Khanna Famous Interior DesignerTwinkle Khanna (also known as Tina Jatin Khanna; born on 29 December 1974) is an Indian interior designer, columnist, film producer and former film actress.
Born: December 29, 1974 (age 40), Pune, India
Birth Name: Tina Jatin Khanna
Height: 5′ 4″ (1.63 m)
Nationality: Indian
Official Website:


Wonderful Cool Glass Houses In Los Angeles

Today, EW-Webb Engineering Inc. Team have posted some of wonderful Glass buildings. Each is a unique and functional work of art.

Case Study House #22 : Stahl House

The Stahl House (also known as Case Study House #22) is a modernist-styled house designed by architect Pierre Koenig in the Hollywood Hills section of Los Angeles, California.

In 1999, the house was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument. In 2007, the American Institute of Architects listed the Stahl House (#140) as one of the top 150 structures on its “America’s Favorite Architecture” list, one of only eleven in Southern California, and the only privately owned home on the list.

Stahl House

Glass Pavilion

The Glass Pavilion This Single-Family Home is located at The Glass Pavilion, Montecito CA. The Glass Pavilion is in the 93108 ZIP code in Montecito, CA. Luxury home designed by Los-Angeles-based architect Steve Hermann features five bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, a kitchen with a wine room and an art gallery that displays the architect’s vintage car collection.



Philip Johnson Glass House

The Glass House or Johnson house, is a historic house museum at 798-856 Ponus Ridge Road in New Canaan, Connecticut. Built in 1949, it was designed by Philip Johnson as his own residence, and “universally viewed as having been derived from” the Farnsworth House design, according to Alice T. Friedman.

Philip Johnson Glass House

Philip Johnson Glass House

Most Popular Architectural Home Style Designs

Every house has an own style. EW-Webb Engineering Inc. has completed over 3000 projects in Southern California.

Colonial House Style : According to us, The Colonial home is one of the most popular styles of home in the United States. Colonial houses developed out of the US Colonial period in the 1700s. Colonial architecture flourished in two main US regions: New England and in the Southern US.

Colonial House Style

Cape Cod House Style : The modern day Cape Cod houses you see in nearly every part of North America are modeled after the rugged architecture of Colonial New England. The style is a simple one. You will rarely see a porch or decorative embellishments on a Cape Cod home. These houses were designed for easy construction and efficient heating.

Features of Traditional, Colonial-era Cape Cod Houses

  • Steeply pitched roof with side gables
  • Narrow roof overhang
  • 1 or 1½ stories
  • Constructed of wood and sided in wide clapboard or shingles
  • Exterior siding originally left unpainted
  • Large central chimney linked to a fireplace in each room
  • Rectangular shape
  • Front door placed at the center or, in some cases, at the side
  • Center-hall floor plan
  • Multi-paned, double-hung windows

Cape Cod Style

Contemporary Style : Contemporary architecture retains modernism’s devotion to connecting the indoors and outdoors, and to achieving a feeling of spaciousness. But it isn’t averse to showing signs of regional character or even whimsy. And today’s architects are especially concerned with energy efficiency and sustainable materials, which has led to some truly innovative design.

Contemporary homes really have little downside, especially in terms of creature comforts. But it’s wise to pay attention to energy consumption. Although today’s homes are built tightly and leak little energy to the outside, they can still be power gluttons.

Contemporary Style

Cottage House Style: Cottage style is synonymous with easy living. Often associated with decorating a beach house or vacation home, today’s cottage style fits easily right at home, too. Cottage architecture is filled with charming woodwork. Exposed beams, beaded board, and wood planks add no-frills character to walls, ceilings, and floors. Painted white, the wood details add interest while keeping rooms bright and inviting.

Cottage House Style

Famous 5 Weird Buildings in The World

Atomium (Brussels, Belgium)

The Atomium, symbol of Brussels and Belgium, is an international tourist attraction. The Atomium is established by 9 spheres (1 sphere on each of the 8 tops and 1 in the centre). These 9 spheres are connected by 20 tubes, the whole resting on 3 pillars.

Atomium Building

  • Total height: 102m
  • Diameter of spheres: 18m
  • Diameter of tubes: 3m30
  • Length of tubes on the edge of the cube: 29m
  • Length of diagonal tubes: 23m
  • Diameter of the base pavilion: 26m
  • Total mass (in 1958): 2.400 tons

Guggenheim Museum (Bilbao, Spain)

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is a museum of modern and contemporary art, designed by Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry, and located in Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain.

Guggenheim Museum

Rotating Tower, Dubai, UAE

Rotating Tower is also known as Dynamic Architecture Building or The Da Vinci Tower and designed by architect David Fisher.

Roof Height : 420 meters

Floor Count: 80

Developer : Dynamic Architecture

Rotating Tower in Dubai

Habitat 67 (Montreal, Canada)

Habitat 67, or simply Habitat, is a model community and housing complex in Montreal, Canada, designed by Canadian architect Moshe Safdie.

Habitat 67 in Canada

Cubic Houses (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

The Cubic Houses are a curious and magnificent architectural building located in Rotterdam, Netherlands. They were conceived and constructed by architect Piet Blom in the 1970s.

Structurally, the cubes sit tilted on a hexagonal pole. They are made up of concrete floors, concrete pillars and wooden framing. Inside, the houses are divided into three levels accessed via a narrow staircase. The lower level is a triangular area used as the living room. The middle level houses the sleeping and bathing area, and the highest level is a spare area used either as a second bedroom or another living area.

Cubic House In Netherlands

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