Did you perchance mean infill?
- n. Any material used to occupy a void or hiatus.
“It is often the in-fill that turns out into something special.”
“But SFH - not unless you want a small, crappy cape cod (the type that are being torn down to build large in-fill houses).”
“The council agreed a few years ago not to move forward without a solid financial plan to construct an in-fill Metro station on the Yellow and Blue lines off an extension of East Glebe Road.”
“It is doable," said Taubenkibel, referring to the construction of an in-fill station.”
“What this means is that there is going to be a huge market for the kind of in-fill urban developments both Mr. Duany and Mr. Calthorpe want to see built, at least in the parts of the country that have population growth.”
“They don't want more traffic, and they are not persuaded by data that show that in-fill development reduces the overall number of vehicle miles traveled.”
“Packed with green elements like stack ventilation, passive and active solar, bamboo floors, recycled glass tiles, soy-based spray-in foam insulation, water conserving fixtures and solar reflective roofing material, the project is expected to be completed near the end of this year. pieceHomes is also making a presence throughout LA in small-lot subdivision projects, urban in-fill developments and, in Seattle, with a floating house boat.”
“It consists of an aluminum framing system into which you can insert a range of in-fill panels, some transparent/translucent, different materials and different colors.”
“We are doing projects in different climates and more urban-dense areas, say, Venice, that are in an in-fill lot.”
“Shown above is their Viking line, apparently available with several panel in-fill materials.”
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