51,026 New England architects Home Design Photos

Frank Shirley Architects
2 Reviews
Newburyport Riverside Home
Ideabooks125
Questions1
New England
Shirley Architects
“Love the round corners of the top deck” — kcinsd
ZeroEnergy Design
9 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
Ideabooks2,655
Questions5
on the New England coast features high performance and creative use of space in a small package. ZED designed the simple, gable-roofed structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code
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home in New England, they were easily persuaded by architect Stephanie Horowitz to build a "passive" house — one heated primarily by the sun. Horowitz is a principal architect at ZeroEnergy Design (ZED), a firm that specializes in energy-efficient architecture. "My clients wanted a home that was small
“IT LOOKS ENVIROMENTAL FRINDLY” — Mxolisi Ncube
Crisp Architects
36 Reviews
Massachusetts Farm House
Ideabooks904
Questions7
designs for new home were as thoughtul. truly beautiful.
example. Architect Jimmy Crisp remodeled the house. The wing on the left is an entirely new addition, yet it looks almost like the original. Only upon close inspection can you spot subtle variations in the windows and chimney. Crisp is fascinated with how older homes were built — the materials used, the
decade. The new living room addition extends from the original house, but Crisp and the homeowners took care not to detract from the traditional aesthetic. “We didn’t want a Hamptons-type place, a monstrous expansion," says the homeowner. "We wanted it within the scale of the house.”“Almost every old farmhouse
“Simple” — camellas
david phillips
4 Reviews
needham studio - dphj.01
Ideabooks8,260
Questions5
studio new construction project builder : cmd corporation
If I am interested in having the architect of this house design a similar cottage for me, can I get in touch with him/her?
common new england fieldstone. it has been installed with the mortar "raked" out to show the stone's prominence. the stone appears to have been installed as a "dry-set" wall, using no mortar, but the stone mason's ability to select and place the stone, secured to the structural exterior wall, with minimal
common new england field stone, and has been utilized as the facade on interior and exterior fireplaces. In this photo you can see the chimney is the same stone. If you are considering the stone for an interior fireplace facade, it may be best to have a fairly large wall surface to be able to show off
“arbor look” — mel0314
ZeroEnergy Design
9 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
Ideabooks902
Questions1
on the New England coast features high performance and creative use of space in a small package. ZED designed the simple, gable-roofed structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code
home in New England, they were easily persuaded by architect Stephanie Horowitz to build a "passive" house — one heated primarily by the sun. Horowitz is a principal architect at ZeroEnergy Design (ZED), a firm that specializes in energy-efficient architecture. "My clients wanted a home that was small
Location: The New England coast Who gets away here: A family of 7 Size: 1,200 square feet; 2 bedrooms plus a sleeping loft, 2 baths plus separate tub room That's interesting: The home consumes one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built to code requirements.
“natural siding” — Amy O'Bryan
Crisp Architects
36 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks4,414
Questions4
House colors, white and New Orleans Green perhaps
French in New England or Spanish in the South and Southwest, the initial settlers built what they knew and were familiar with. But, of course, they adapted the styles to their new locations and the materials at hand. For example, a house in New England would have had smaller and fewer windows as a response
“Door” — karina415
Classic Colonial Homes, Inc.
2 Reviews
CCH Deerfield Colonial
Ideabooks818
Questions1
new england colonial
Vernacular New England
Classic New England, updated.
Inc. Architects & Designers
New England style
“Look at the two tier roof this gets you away from the sill of the window. Just a thought.” — arnoldvanderzalm
TMS Architects
1 Review
Farmhouse Restoration
Ideabooks852
Questions2
classic new england colonial, but look at the side entry porch next to driveway. flow to barn. also like stepping stones up to house
new england farmhouse
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“nice farmhouse in colonial style with build ons” — jarebello
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