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Bud Dietrich, AIA
11 Reviews
a not so big addition - the exterior
so big addition - the exterior
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 http://tinyurl.com/4yaeoho to see more photos of this project including before shots.
ed an addition for a pantry!
Love all the windows on this small addition.
micro-addition -cantilevering extra space w/out huge costs
Addition to back of house with shed dormer above
comments note the 5' addition was cantilevered so no need for foundation
Small addition to connect kitchen & dining areas?
kitchen addition, the need for a foundation was eliminated. So the earth and tree roots weren't disturbed, saving the mature oak tree directly outside the kitchen window.
“cantilevered addition” — feliser
Birdseye Design
3 Reviews
Village Farmhouse
old white farm house addition metal
Modern Farmhouse Exterior - modern addition to traditional farmhouse
Modern addition attached to antique farmhouse. Somehow it works - maybe the addition of the modern pillars over the door...?
Contemporary addition to a traditional farmhouse
modern addition to traditional farmhouse is interesting
roof slope cool addition upstairs or just vaulted roof
complementary addition in this ideabook is this Village Farmhouse in Vermont by Birdseye Design. The addition to the gable house opts to angle the roofline up and away from it, as if in deference to it. The porch covering unites old and new.
“has stark detailing” — ingledja2017
Modern Exterior
cube as addition for laundry and hallway
Like the addition to the house. It is a completely different look from the original
the cube addition to the existing garage structure was leveling the floors, which took two different tradespeople. The square shape of the 14-foot pool mimics the cube. Susan and Andre served as their own contractors, hiring local tradespeople and even tapping the talents of Susan's father, who installed
“cut into existing house” — pshantzis
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
Wyant Architecture
4 Reviews
Farmhouse Addition
of the addition is evocative of a traditional Pennsylvania bank barn structure. A second floor deck, carved out of the copper 'forebay’, is covered with a glass skylight that empties via chain downspouts to river rock drainage beds below. Builder: Karl Snyder Photographer: Jeffrey Totaro
Would have done the addition in white
updated addition to the existing structure.
Great modern addition to an 1800s farmhouse.This is exactly what I hope ours looks like.
Mixed roof shingles and aluminum addition
siding for "additions" on to house
for the addition can be under way for at least two weeks before the construction moves into your existing home. That buys you more time to pack up and prepare for the rest of the project. If the scope of work is limited to the addition, this also means you can usually keep the balance of your home furnished
“Whoa. Actually like the color of the metal roof.” — robnomi
Worthington Custom Builder Inc.
1 Review
Colonial Addition
Love to add on an addition to our jouse
Additions look nice with lots of windows
Great for a full-fledged addition.
Sunroom Master Addition
addition vers l'avant
sunroom with addition upstairs
Colonial addition...Pretty addition...story addition...side addition...onial Addition
“florida room” — woodward1234
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
cedar, the addition contains a master suite on the first floor and two children’s rooms and playroom on the second floor. A small vegetated roof is located adjacent to the stairwell and is visible from the upper landing. Interiors throughout the house, both in new construction and in the existing renovation
modern addition to a suburban midcentury ranch house. Hence, the name “Modern with Ranch.”
modern addition into play with a ranch (almost...) why didn't the plan include a corrugated prefab metal roof? the comp shingle or gravel (to small a pic to tell) holds back what would have been a superb design and the metal roof would have lasted forever if coated properly (win-win).
Contemporary addition to a wartime house. Very nice
“potential design for update to house” — balcarra
Duo Dickinson, architect
33 Reviews
difficult access makes addition more expencive
the addition, doors to the outdoor space, www.luminosodesign.com
Addition sits at 45 degree angle from original footprint.
main-level addition on a flat property can be the least expensive square footage you add to your home. But if you throw in a steep slope, an addition below grade, complicated tie-ins to the existing house or difficult access to the construction area, the costs can easily rival the cost of a second-story
addition — or even be higher. Talk with your architect and contractor about which parts of your plan are cost drivers, and make choices that will limit their impact.
“Addition windows” — kathleens1
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
5 Reviews
Addition and Remodel of HIstoric House in Palo Alto
Addition and Remodel of HIstoric House in Palo Alto
story addition on left. Photograph by David Wakely
story addition to hip roof bungalow.
two-story addition on the left."I start every visit in the linking structure. The entry is modest and understated," says Schwabe.
Proponents of the former stance argue that making a new addition modern in design lets people clearly know the history of the home, because you can easily see what’s old and
making an addition have the same language as the original structure respects the former designer and builder’s intentions. The problem, like with most polarizing subjects that span generations, is that both camps are essentially arguing the same point for their side: that their building preference — modern
“Flush/recessed skylight” — Olen Ronning
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