Unusual dimensions and features are part of what makes this home office stand out.
By Sam Gazdziak
After making it through four hurricanes, 14 days without power and three weeks without phone service, Bailey and Son Woodworking is due for some good news. So it is with great pleasure that CWB announces the Thonotosassa, FL, company as the winner in the architectural millwork category, as well as the overall winner of the 2005 Design Portfolio Awards Contest.
With such an unusually shaped room, pre-planning was as important as the production itself. "Time spent drawing and revising on the front end came back with dividends later on," Bailey says. "With the dimensions of the room and the location of electrical, A/V, HVAC, security and other sub-outs carefully mapped into the computer, surprises were avoided. We used a Momentum laser to establish level, plumb and square lines in the room and map it into the computer."
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