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Jason Snyder
My Houzz: Torriero Home
Ideabooks1,162
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The raw element to the coverings of this house and how it shucks out of the
The architecture of this house.
House shape is awesome
lake house...My dream house...timber house...big house...overall house....school house
“big house” — neilhappel
Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
Gray Residence
Ideabooks3,403
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This house showcases resplendency like no other. The view from its exclusive location over the coast compliment its warm and inviting manner so well. I love its unique multi-level layout and how it is so beautifully adapted to its surrounding landscape. Incorporate a contemporary interior for
Entryway and dome over center of house
“gray residence!” — jjjjgray
Michael Tauber Architecture
5 Reviews
Sonoma guest house, remodel and garage
Ideabooks3,246
Questions3
Sonoma guest house, remodel and garage
If it is aethetics, I would have to agree with bepsf above. If it is other than aethetics - it might be worthwhile to meet with an architect at the house and evaluate with you the options available. Good luck.
have an MCM home (Which is what it sounds like) doing so will actually decrease it's value. Perhaps you'd be better off selling and buying some other house that's better suited to your tastes.
like the windows for the back of the house, but overall there are too many windows. To me, a mid century modern house should be more private and textured from the front, with the "window wall" on the back.
Pool and cover area off the house
this situation, gorgeous views of the pool are visible from almost every common area of the house. This is also a dream for entertainment-savvy homeowners; with the doors raised on a beautiful night, the entire house becomes one gigantic, open, airy living room. It may also be wise to get yourself some
“Roof line” — ironlavs9
Frederick Phillips and Associates
Tower House
Ideabooks439
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back of the house, so each floor is made up of two bays framed in steel columns and beams — very Chicago.
Tower House, by Frederick Phillips Architects, Chicago This architect squeezed his home, a steel-framed glazed infill building, onto a tiny plot in Chicago by stacking the house functions. As with Villa Savoye, the ground is dedicated to the
Tower house Chicago east of larrabee and fly born?
back of the house, so each floor is made up of two bays framed in steel columns and beams — very Chicago.
12. Tower House, by Frederick Phillips Architects, ChicagoThis architect squeezed his home, a steel-framed glazed infill building, onto a tiny plot in Chicago by stacking the house functions.
Architect Frederick Phillips bought some land in the mid-1990s on Chicago's north side — a triangular parcel that others saw as unbuildable. He set the house back from the street, set it at an angle and stacked the functions.The ground and top floors, respectively a carport and a terrace, are open; the sleeping
“Fredrick Phillips” — name
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Ideabooks5,550
Questions6
How many square feet in the house and is this the garage on the right, Thank you
Lovely home! Would you please tell me the width and depth of the house? Thank you.
thanks for you praise, the house is not a rectangle, in fact a complex shape coming around sides and rear. if this helps, its 4700 sq ft exclusive of garage and basement. SN
row of trees across and near house
This house has a clean backyard
Another house on Long Island that appears rooted to its site is this house in stone and wood. The landscaping also plays a role in this presence, especially the way the it rises from front to back (like the house), culminating in the mature trees behind the house.
something good into something unforgettable.More Great Compositions:Lower-Cost, Low-Tech Modern HomesThe Dogtrot HouseThe L-Shaped HouseLight and Private Courtyard Houses
“Overall desihn” — brookehollins
Bruns Architecture
Midvale Courtyard House
Ideabooks2,905
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The original house had individual wide plank cedar boards. This material remains on the original portions of the house. On the new / re-worked sections we used a cedar siding panel product that matched the original. Thanks
pitched roof on the original house and wanted to maintain a similar style. The rear half of the house has the original roof, while the new addition mirrors its pitch.
Good east facing house potential with southwest
Love this house and the wood and stainless metal cable railings
just thinking the architecture of the house and wraparound balcony/stairwell are cool, I like the permeable paving to the side gate... instead of paving stones "planted" in grass, this looks more like grass spots planted in pavement. Maybe for strip on S side of house?
“Outside” — samkh
RW Anderson Homes
Greenlake Craftsman
Ideabooks15,479
Questions13
Need help on exterior house paint colour
I have a house with a flat roof on a down sloping block, the house is brick and weatherboard. I m needing to know what colours to paint the weatherboard, windows & eaves to
response about the paint color from the builder of this house on another picture of it and thought i would share since so many people (including myself) are interested.... First Lamp This was a color match that we pulled off of an existing house, so it's not a standard color. James Hardie has a standard
started my reno with the existing garage. I replaced the white aluminum siding with cedar shingles. Had a tough time chosing color... I wanted a contemporary grey with white trim ...finally decided on C.I.L. solid stain "Grimmey's Grey"00NN 20/000 * A. (It looks very much like this) ... It was very creamy
“Front door 1 sided window” — buddyosher
Modern Exterior
Ideabooks3,765
Questions2
I'm looking for a house that gives me rain noise! Something I miss from my childhood.
I think our house may look something like this
this is another image of the Nimmo.com house
house manufacturing place
A store house looking design
contemporary barn...lake house...Pole house...Texas house...Metal house
“casa galpon” — margaritagajardodelaveau
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