7,849 Cantilevered Home Design Photos

Bud Dietrich, AIA
11 Reviews
a not so big addition - the exterior
The existing 1970's era neo-colonial's kitchen area was expanded with a 5' x 26' cantilevered addition. This addition, with a new steel beam to support the 2nd floor buried above the ceiling line, was cantilevered so there's no foundation. This allowed us to save the tree directly outside. Visit
Cantilevered an addition for a pantry!
micro-addition -cantilevering extra space w/out huge costs
Using a cantilevered micro-addition is a great way to add just right amount of space to a basement apartment. In this project, a 5' x 25' cantilevered addition provided the room
5' x 25' cantilevered micro-addition to kitchen
cantilever! Idea for increasing the size of our bedroom and adding on to the front of the house
“kitchen windows” — luli2
E. Cobb Architects
E. Cobb Architects
Cantilevered spaces to create overhangs are
proper light, use of cantilever is really remarkable
beams, this cantilevered second story is raised quite high due to the generous height of the living space. An outdoor terrace sits under the projection, capped by a very nice wood ceiling. The second story's exterior walkways in metal grating allow people upstairs to sense the cantilevering volume.
“Cobb Architecture” — ehsans
Modern Exterior
Architects - NY- cantilevered top on existing house
Cantilevered 2nd floor, contrasting wood colors for each floor, how the volumes work together,
love the cantilever room over the parking area ...
Very impressive cantilever. Our team is designs
Cantilever is interesting.
Cantilever or breezeway walkway
cantilevering building
Extreme cantilever...Size of cantilever...cantilever space...The cantilever...Love the cantilever...cantilever house
“Shape” — breadalbaneii
Bud Dietrich, AIA
11 Reviews
a not so big addition - the kitchen
deep addition. This was all the space that was needed and was dictated by the existing tree that we didn't want to take down. The addition was cantilevered, eliminating any foundation work that would have affected that tree roots. We sacrificed some wall cabinetry so the new exterior wall could be
cantilevered kitchen onto back of cottage deck?
cantilevered micro-addition: add on space to the house using existing foundation.
5' x 25' cantilevered addition provided the room needed for this kitchen to have an island.
Using a cantilevered micro-addition is a great way to add just right amount of space to a kitchen. In this project, a 5' x 25' cantilevered addition
Cantilevered bump out to allow room for island
“Cantilevered micro addition to kitchen” — amazinggardens
skylab architecture
Hoke Residence
skylab hoke house cantilevered wood stone hillside angular
WHAT A HOUSE!!! Cantilevered to the MAX!!!
Notice the wood look on the bottom of the cantilever?
doesn't cover usable space, like the other examples above. It reaches out over a steep hillside that would be very difficult to build upon. Hence a cantilever is the logical choice. Here it houses a kitchen/dining area and an adjacent outdoor deck overlooking the tree-lined hillside.
... making a strong statement about the house in relation to its landscape. The terrace at the tip of the cantilever offers and experience like sitting in the trees.
“cantilevered over unusable space” — dianegentry
splyce design
love the cantilevered all window room
cantilever into garden space to improve inside space
south and a steep, wooded creekside bluff to the west, the house makes the most of a limited footprint through a stacked floor plan and dramatic cantilevers.Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: The owner of an electrical wholesale business, a psychotherapist and their daughters, ages 2 and 6Location: West
“Love this whole home!” — vicki460
Swatt | Miers Architects
5 Reviews
Tea Houses
Cantilevered balcony
love the cantilevered rooms
cantilever/glass tree house
cantilever room...Love the cantilever...cantilevered rooms...cantilever deck...glass cantilever
“Matanzas” — paulagh2
GLS Architecture/Landscape Architecture
North Berkeley Residence
cantilevered stairs for access to upper greenspace
This last example is included to illustrate that cantilevered stairs can also be used in exterior applications. These concrete steps project from a cast-in-place concrete wall, and they float above a wood deck. Here the structure is hidden in shadow, as most likely intended, but the effect is sublime
“beton” — bergvliet
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