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Video Tour of the Furnished 100k House

by Nic Darling on August 10, 2009 · 2 comments

in 100k project,Construction Updates

Chad and Courtney are about to bring home their new addition (welcome to the ride Teague). So, I decided it would be a good time to give everyone a look at the furnished 100k House before he gets his little hands on it. Check out the video and be sure to refer to the time line commentary below that for my post-shoot thoughts and additional info. Also, as always, be sure to forgive the quality of our single-take, unlit video production.

Tour of the Furnished 100k House from Nic Darling on Vimeo.

:26 – Art by Matthew Hollerbush
:29 – Art by Jon Olivieri
:35 –
:40 – Cat box by my father, Curtis Darling
:51 – I happen to think that I look my best when lit from the back
1:23 – Saved from an awkward silence by the magnetic spice rack
1:30 –
1:42 – Cross Dissolve!!
1:49 – Tree on the wall expertly applied by Courtney
1:58 – The mechanical closet is covered by an access panel I was too lazy to remove
2:00 – Hole in the wall is the future home of the ERV access panel
2:06 – Washer and dryer closet is a bit of a mess. Thus the door stays closed
2:11 – Wes, the intern, in the mirror (barely)
2:15 – Bathroom art by Sam Wittchen
2:19 – Bathroom is well lit . . . Nic is not
2:22 – Solatube still needs it’s trim piece
2:31 – Art by Chris Clark
2:46 – That is actually a whole lot of storage.

Hope you liked the tour. Ask your questions in the comments.

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1 Paul Kaplan August 19, 2009 at 2:44 pm

Great job!! Wish we could see similar designs from more large scale housing developers.


2 Josh August 16, 2012 at 6:18 pm

I like some of your ideas for saving on energy and space, but I would like to see some potential designs for country living meaning the exterior of the designs that I have seen on your site work well for city living, but a box style home would tough for us to sell if need be in a country setting.

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