1,751 Eichler Home Design Photos

Keycon, Inc
1 Review
Palo Alto | Eichler Kithchen & Bath Remodel
Ideabooks848
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Palo Alto | Eichler Kithchen & Bath Remodel
doors are the original Eichler sliding garage doors. However the look can be duplicated by purchasing a standard flush panel garage door and having Eichler siding mounted to the door panel. It would be a custom job and could be painted any color. Here is a resource for eichler siding: http://eichlersiding
California contemporary / MCM Eichler house / case study
Architecture inspired by Eichler & the concept house
California, and out of mid-20th-century developments built by Joseph Eichler. Case Study architects embraced the modern movement, in which all precedents were eschewed in favor of minimalism and efficiency, akin to International style. Eichler employed several architectural firms to design wood post and beam
“Door color” — dbohren
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Double Gable Eichler Remodel
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The open atrium that is the heart of many Eichlers is just beyond the glass wall, which we’re now seeing in a view toward the street. The wood door maintains privacy from
heart of many Eichlers is just beyond the glass wall, which we’re now seeing in a view toward the street. The wood door maintains privacy from the street, and the tree promises to provide more shade as it grows. love this idea, maybe don't need an actual door...
The open atrium that is the heart of many Eichlers is just beyond the glass wall, which we’re now seeing in a view toward the street. The wood door maintains privacy from the street, and the tree promises to provide more shade as it grows.From this vantage we can see the door to the garage on the left
“courtyard!” — kelseynathan
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Eichler Front Addition
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please see this post on Houzz: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/21996755/list/More-Room-Makes-an-Eichler-Even-More-Livable
people would see as an Eichler with an addition.
Addition to Eichler including traditional entry patio.
Eichler after with new addition and cladding
The existing exterior was quintessential Eichler, which the homeowners liked. Klopf
“accenting different parts of home w/ different materials to make it more dimensional” — H Marion Pickering
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Double Gable Eichler Remodel
Ideabooks3,361
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4. Eichler Cool This classic midcentury Eichler home was updated with a sleek courtyard makeover. A Japanese maple was added for color and shade, and simple, streamlined furnishings were brought in. See more of this Eichler home
Eichler Cool This classic midcentury Eichler home was updated with a sleek courtyard makeover. A Japanese maple was added for color and shade, and simple, streamlined furnishings were brought in. See more of this Eichler home
4. Eichler Cool This classic midcentury Eichler home was updated with a sleek courtyard makeover. A Japanese maple was added for color and shade, and simple, streamlined furnishings
4. Eichler CoolThis classic midcentury Eichler home was updated with a sleek courtyard makeover. A Japanese maple was added for color and shade, and simple, streamlined furnishings were brought in.See more of this Eichler home
“Backyard” — meenum
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Klopf Architecture - Eichler Addition/Remodel
Ideabooks1,108
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Eichler Addition / Remodel. The addition (the wing on the right) was intended to blend in with the original Eichler house seamlessly. Photo ©2007 Michael O'Callahan
Once again, awesome Eichler - Seamless addition!
with conventional construction, the homes still remain timeless. Many, like this Eichler home, are being restored today.
what's not to love about this midcentury home (Eichler case study house)
The wing on the right of this Eichler was a recent addition. In true Eichler style, the wing keeps the view of the yard framed from the interior and has an open floor plan between the living room and the kitchen.See more of this Eichler addition
study homes were models of spatial efficiency. Minimally designed with conventional construction, the homes still remain timeless. Many, like this Eichler home, are being restored today.
“footprint, the added bedroom on right” — briholt
building Lab, inc.
7 Reviews
eichler in marinwood
Ideabooks2,842
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maintains a sense of privacy and sequential unveiling of interior/private space. this non-atrium model was invested with the best aspects of the iconic eichler configuration without compromise to the sense of order and orientation. photo: scott hargis
Eichler house with a few adaptations
Enclosed front area, hate Eichlers, but
The Shoup family moved into a nonatrium Eichler. Stephen created his own courtyard by installing a fence with horizontal planks in the front yard. “Most Eichlers have vertical slat siding,” he says. “We experimented with the fence by taking the same-size slats and turning them on their side, and we think
“The Shoup family moved into a nonatrium Eichler. Stephen created his own courtyard by installing a fence with horizontal planks in the front yard.” — Mary Jo BowlingSometimes we forget how much design
“Eichler house with a few adaptations” — milnemdesign
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
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amount of natural light during the day — floor-to-ceiling windows like these are one of the most loved features of classic Eichler homes.
Eichler feel home, floor to ceiling windows
these are one of the most loved features of classic Eichler homes.
Pendant la journée, le salon bénéficie d’un incroyable éclairage naturel. Les grandes fenêtres qui s’étendent du sol au plafond sont l’une des caractéristiques des maisons Eichler.
“Glass to gable natural light & continuity spline” — Roesler Associates,Inc./Architects
Gary Hutton Design
1 Review
Gary Hutton Lagoon House
Ideabooks2,664
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Eichler homes were always modern, perhaps updated with landscaping and a bright door.
beams” “Eichler Homes bring the outside in.” “traditional Eichler fashion, architect Craig Hudson left the front of the house relatively void of details. The home was designed in a classic ranch style that is simple, structural, and very indicative of mid-century design.” “in this Eichler-built home
supporting the flat roof portion extend from inside to out, detailed here with clerestory windows placed between” “Eichler Homes bring the outside in.” roof has gable
Eichler Homes bring the outside in.
Built in the traditional Eichler fashion, architect Craig Hudson left the front of the house relatively void of details. The home was designed in a classic ranch style that is simple, structural, and very indicative of mid-century design.
“landscaping” — jucop
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