A Winning Combination
If you have a shared address or entry, here's a great example of stylish numbering for multiple addresses at a single location.
You can use both individual numbers, and address plaques to create unique visual and typographic interest. The use of the same font and finish creates cohesion, while the use of two products allows for individuality and differentiation between properties. This could be done on a stand-alone property as well - numbers on the street and a plaque at the house or vice versa.
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rick mclain, author
Rick is a licensed architect at repp mclain design & construction. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Arizona and an MS from the Department of Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). When he’s not designing and fabricating he enjoys spending time with Brandy, Jack, Avery & Taylor and restoring his grandfather’s Ford pickup truck.
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