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Monroe Street House
this project was phased in two parts to allow for the birth of the couple’s first child. Phase 1 is a standing seam-clad addition to the existing house that juts out into the rear yard, taking cues from certain trees and landscape features. The remainder of the addition is wrapped in stained cedar siding
palette that, even from the street, provides clues of what the backyard holds. Phase two takes continues this bold color palette into the existing house. The kitchen was completely made over, with concrete countertops and floor to ceiling windows looking out to the addition. The existing bedrooms and
ah, monroe street house is nice
's artistry of thoughtfully incorporating the house around the landscaping. The end result? Harmony!
Randall Mars Architects
Nestled around a weeping oak, this new house transitions from a more traditional neighborhood by layering materials, revealing the more modern materials away from the street.
What is the name of the paint on this house?
I'm needing to paint my house and like this color
Love your work. Also like the all grey color of the house with the black storm door. Looking for simple, modern doors that
this house was approx. $2850 sq ft plus basement in half of the house. A smaller house would be more per square foot of house, as there is economy in scale.
several years ago, this house was built for approx. $225. per square foot.
Adding a triangular window at the gable end of a gable roof can increase the daylight inside the house.
tiny house sun bedroom murphy bed turns into living room
be cute for a pool/guest house
Idea for GUEST HOUSE with living area a screened
I want this house in boone or blowing rock on a river
Tiny house simple love
Screen house...LAKE HOUSE...Guest house...idea house...tiny house...red house...small house...House Color
debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
The house numbers were purchased from ... a great resource for address numbers. They are one of the Neutra face fonts and were customized so that we could attach
of picture; note house wall mounted lights & numbering
Love all of the plants and the house numbers!!!!!! B
plant palate in front of house
This is my friend's house, Mickey and Lisa Morera!
front door entry & house numbers
Would this house paint color go with our roof?
Boyertown Guest Cottage
Are the blueprints for these houses online? Especially the barn-like house? Thank you.
guest house built into hill with second bedroom below, not part of the main floor to save footprint space
100% Solar House. High performance building shell: sips panels, double framed walls, closed cell soy and cellulose insulation, air-sealing etc.
This house has a story already!
Windows that size for north side of house
This house was designed by Steven Ehrlich, one of the most capable architects practicing in a neo-Corbusian manner. It includes many corner windows, but also ribbon windows. One visible on the left side of this photo doubles as a corner window. Note how the long window works in concert with the awning
inspired by R.M. Schindler is Steven Ehrlich, whose carefully composed volumes, surfaces, and openings have influenced many younger architects. This large house appears smaller by stepping away from the street and articulating the different floors. It is modern yet elegant.
stirling group inc
Plaza Midwood Craftsman - 2nd Story Addition
This could be built onto Parker's front house
Love the style of this house
I like the style of house. The roof lines and the porch.
different picture of same house earlier.
Craftsman house - 2nd floor addition
This original Charlotte, North Carolina, Craftsman house got a second floor in its remodel. A double front gable with a cross side gable over a porch defines the original structure. The new second level rises at a comfortable distance behind. A smaller front-facing gable breaks down the side gable of
of the new upper floor. Shingles cover the entire house. The segmented and minimized scale of the second-level addition successfully complements the original configuration.
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
Mill Valley Cabins
perfect house setting. lots of green!
Two cabins beyond the main house. Yoga studio and art studio. The pathway from the house to cabins is lines with redwoods, and when you arrive, you are then present!
Love the landscaping and the way the house settles into the background.
The ascent from the main house to the cabins was designed to reflect and respect the special uses of the cabins by concealing them behind a redwood tree-lined pathway. “These cabins are sacred places for the clients to create their work, so the transition from the main house was very important,” Hook