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Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie school, Oak Park style Architecture
This is a remodel to a flat roof mid century home
Prairie style home - low pitched roofs, lots of horizontal
the low pitched roof with overhanging eaves and is low and spreads outward instead of upward.
Prairie Style: Features: low itched roof, overhanging eaves, open floor plan.
Prairie Style 1) horizontal lines 2) low pitched roofs
what is the pitch of the roof?
Melocco and Moore Architects
One sided sliding roof could prove to be a cool feature for elevation as well as a vaulted ceiling
Roof line. OPen kitchen. Louvres along the top.
is well suited to the the Australian climate and lifestyle, and its low pitched roof is even reminiscent of the white sails that fill our harbours and blue
open-plan interiors and patios oriented to the local environment. Low-pitched skillion roofs top glass walls to create houses with a sense of easy informality
expansive glass walls snare sunlight and enhance ventilation, while its low-pitched roof captures water for re-use.
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The roof pitch is 4.25/12 and the depth of the overhangs range from 3' to 18'.
because it has a low pitch roof and 1-2 levels
This house has a prairie housing style. It is this because it has a low pitched roof with overhanging
This is a Prairie house due to the wide porches and rows of leaded glass windows, along with the low pitched roof with
is only 1-2 story. also has a low pitched roof.
This is an example of a Prairie home because it has a low pitched roof with overhanging eaves. It also
Style House Features: low pitched roof, overhanging eaves, open floor plan
What is the pitch of the roof and...because the roof is low pitched.
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
same thought here, and low pitch of course
Massing, low pitch roof, stucco, windows
Second story addition New roof hits second floor at base
Roof shape - garage with bonus room...Roof break...Sloping roof...Roof line...low pitch roof...balance in the roof...exterior and roof line...exterior, low pitch roof...low-pith roof-line with extended...2nd floor addition roof line...What is the roof pitch?
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
How did you address this? Did you use steel beams? What roof truss system you used for the hip roof? Thanks.
is a Prairie style because it is 1-2 stories and it has a low pitched roof
extend lower roof line to other side of building
prairie style: low pitched roof, horizontal lines, and overhanging eves
stairwell-still keeping roof slanted for the rest of the house
Northern Roof Tiles
Frank Lloyd Wright's - The Darwin Martin Complex
influential architecture styles of the 20th century; details include a low-pitched roof, deep overhangs, brick walls and horizontal windows.
influential architecture styles of the 20th century; details include a low-pitched roof, deep overhangs, brick walls and horizontal windows.Getting It Wright:
Prairie designs are easily identifiable by the broad overhanging hipped roofs, contrasting concrete caps on linear brick walls, and one- or two-story massing
Low pitch of roof and sizable overhang
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Could you tell me what this roofing materials is - thanks.
That is an "Englert Kynar Ultra-Cool Low Gloss" metal roof in a Medium Bronze finish.
We can not do a metal roof on our 1939 camp, what color shingles would you recommend with this coloring
Colors. Low trim wall (corrugated steel) Color roof and standing seam metal Green or red
That is an "Englert Kynar Ultra-Cool Low Gloss" metal roof in a Medium Bronze
Kynar Ultra-Cool Low Gloss" metal roof in a Medium Bronze finish”
seam roofs have the best longevity. From a long-term maintenance standpoint this is a plus. Additionally, standing seam can be used on low-pitched roofs
Metal roof? What is the make and color?...Look and siding and metal roof...roof in black and walk way that mimics
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
decorative eaves, paired arched windows, Corinthian columns, flat or low-pitched roofs and a central square tower or cupola.
Low stone fence bottom with nice wrought iron rails.
Italianate: fairly similar to greek style, bigger and flashier. Gable roof, columns. Galleries
decorative eaves, paired arched windows, Corinthian columns, flat or low-pitched roofs and a central square tower or cupola.Browse more photos of Victorian