629 clerestory windows midcentury modern ranch Home Design Photos

FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Mazama Guest Cabin
living space above. The roof is “lifted” by a continuous band of clerestory windows, and the upstairs living space has a large glass wall facing a beautiful
narrow windows at top of front garage wall
you're considering adding clerestory windows for more natural daylight, also consider how much heat you want to add. Clerestory windows on the south-facing side
of your house will generate more warmth from the sun in winter.The clerestory windows on this retreat by Finne Architects in the Cascade Mountains in eastern
“interesting roof and windows” — astewart136
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
Entry side view. One story ranch style house with clerestory light and air monitor in the center. Landscape design by Joni Janecki. Photograph by David
The exterior stucco/paint and window cladding blends in so well with the environment. What colors/companies?
Hi- The window color is Sherwin Williams "Wild Sage" SW227 - factory applied by window manufacturer -- Weathershield. The stucco
ranch style house with clerestory light and air pop up structure
clerestory windows add light and height...nice combo of ranch and modern.....ext
“Pergola” — jordanmjavier
Robinette Architects, Inc.
The Light House I
clerestory windows on upper level for garage.
Avoid: Longrun on shallow pitch. but interesting clerestory window on sloping roof
Like the windows at the upper roof line...Clerestory windows...fireplace, windows, private back yard...overhead windows...upper windows...metal roof; clerestory windows...mid-century 2-story
“Clerestory windows” — Carissa McNulty
8 Reviews
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
glass were rebuilt and re-glazed with dual-pane, energy-efficient doors and windows. / photo: Karyn R Millet
fireplace slab over wood. clerestory windows
adjacent to half wall, soffit and clerestory
high level windows where ceiling flows to eaves
While the clerestory windows feel original to the house, they were added when a large portion of this family room–dining area was reclaimed from the former
“Cabinet color” — mholcomb41
FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Where could I get those perfect windows. I'm in San Diego area.
SF bay area, would you know any good door manufacturers or companies for modern style doors like these? Thanks.
upcoming kitchen + great room renovation on my 'rustic' (read: shabby) mid-c. modern home in Lake Forest Park, which, to offer a slight correction to your photo
I have been a huge fan of houses like this--sustainably built, large windows, lots of wood and metal features, very open and functional. But outside
The exterior windows are aluminum-clad Douglas Fir windows by Eagle Windows. I designed the front door and it was made by Quantum Windows and Doors in
type of pitched roofs seen in so many of these homes. If you google "Sea Ranch" you'll find references to architects who are largely credited with the
“Gym” — kamalskamal
Welch Forsman Associates
1 Review
Sixties Spiffed
salle de lavage SDB #2 modern 4 et demi up-grade
Only like the windows in bathroom to let in light
overhead recessed lighting - clerestory windows - faucet fixtures
Bathroom with clerestory window, grey tile floor, marble shower
In the bathroom the clerestory is particularly nice, because it brings in light while providing privacy.
clerestory windows in the shower! Nice.
“Bathroom edges/ master and main - left and right” — Steven McMaster
Klopf Architecture
5 Reviews
32. Small 1950s Eichler Expansion
What term is used to describe windows like these that are thin and run just below the roofline
These windows are called "fixed field stop" windows because they're just a pane of insulated glass set between wood stops. They're also called "clerestory"
Nice simple and clean mid-century modern that looks relatively easy to build and
the white trim adds extra impact to the modern exterior.
Like the angled roof line with clerestory windows. Not a fan of the entrance, just like the example for the windows.
just about any accent color. Play with bold oranges and greens for a midcentury modern home or stick to basic white trim and black accents for a more traditional
glass windows and sliding glass doors, large beams, tongue and groove ceilings, flat roofs, steeply pitched gables, wide overhangs, triangular windows placed
What do you call those windows?
“Glass clerestory” — Lizandro Rodriguez
Jeffers Design Group
2 Reviews
Caterpillar House
Santa Lucia Preserve in Carmel Valley, the home is a modern reinterpretation of mid-century ranch style. JDG’s interiors echo the warm minimalism of the
Are the windows and doors all custom made?
all windows. high windows. sloped ceiling.
Walls of fabulous windows...looks like that ceiling is just going to float away..
Lots of light, seamless indoor/outdoor, midcentury modern, simple.
a Realtor who specializes in midcentury modern houses. "It's the same appreciation for design seen in midcentury modern." Architect Steven Randel agrees
century."More: Roots of Style: Midcentury Modern DesignMidcentury Styles Respond to Modern LifeThanks, Steve: Apple-Inspired Design Around the House
coffee table.)The Apple EffectEven for those who can't recall the era, midcentury modern design has intrinsic value that our iPhone-saturated minds can still
“Love love love the oversize windows but in the setting of a more modern house.” — Dana Gerard
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