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Habitat Post & Beam, Inc.
Florida Island House
sland house in southern Florida, custom-designed and pre-cut by Habitat Post & Beam, Inc. This house was ferried to the job site where it was assembled by a local builder. Photos by Michael Penney, architectural photographer IMPORTANT NOTE: We are not involved in the finish or decoration of these
vacation house swapping options. The use of the photo in that article was not preapproved by Habitat, and we want to clarify that this house is not available for vacation home swapping.
is this house and what was the cost to raise it? We have to go up ten feet.
large house and your pier specifications would be different depending on the load they will bear, the soil conditions and your area building code. The homeowner and their independent builder were responsible for preparing the foundation before our material kit package for the home was delivered to the
“beach house” — nickeyzeus
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
Pond House
Weekend house, lakeside, stilts and porch, open to nature.
Pond House, Maine (2010), Elliot + Elliot ArchitectureThis house is an assembly of three cottages on a wooded coastal strip in Maine. The bedroom spaces are in two cottages on the edge of the pond partly hidden in the woods, while the living space is projected out over the pond on stilts.
“Above the lake! And small” — meremermer
Eric Reinholdt
3 Reviews
Pond House (with Elliott + Elliott Architecture)
Pond House (with Elliott + Elliott Architecture)
can you put our house on stilts ???? then you a genius !!!
Green water river house
House on stilts...Boat house...beach house
“Chalet” — Lucille Frénette
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Elliott + Elliott Architecture
Pond House
boat house with boat sheltered below
This is a good shape basic style house.....I would want bigger windows.
roof house shape with modern window details
house as pavillions---long an idea of mine, though not this style
is this house over a lake? OMG SO COOL!
pilings - raise the house
Pond house...House style...house over lake...house on stilts...Lake house...multiple houses...Camp on stilts...Pond House...pond house...stilted house
“Option for small weekend getaway” — dixieandbryan
Rusafova Markulis Architects
5 Reviews
Perdue Place
house floating over the slope
house on stilts
House Color...Modern house...Lake house:)
“All” — mutzy_mouse
De Jesus Architecture & Design
Wonderful house. Would you mind sharing the type of siding?
i saw this house imn my deam
This reminds me of our Kauai house
House on stilts and vespa
A stilt home in Hawaii?
for this house?...looking house...admiral house...House idea...addition to house...stilt structure...New house...beach house...House Color
“great looking house” — barbreagh
Dungan Nequette Architects
4 Reviews
Tubb Lake
sticks house," a client with an existing house at Smith Lake (outside Birmingham) wanted to add on to maximize the view and their site. The site was comprised of a gaggle of scrappy pines and I wanted to honor their displacement with seven telephone poles. Using only one solid wall for the kitchen, all
a tree-house effect. The design won an AIA Award in 2007.
love the wood material under the rest of the raised house. What is it?
The house rests on reclaimed telephone poles.
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House raised on stilts. Underneath as patio deck.
under stilts Mm garage under house
Love this. Sort of like a giant hidden tree house. Fabulous.
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“House” — Van Riley
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Mountain Retreat - exterior
of the house to determine the best spot, angle and orientation for his new escape. The resulting home is a retreat carefully crafted into its unique surroundings. The Mountain Retreat provides a unique and efficient 1,800 sf indoor and outdoor living and entertaining experience. The finished house, sitting
concrete stilts, gives way to a striking display. Its angular lines, soaring height, and unique blend of warm cedar siding with cool gray concrete panels and glass are displayed to great advantage in the context of its rough mountaintop setting. The stilts act as supports for the great room above and, below
of the house. Sheathed inside and out with gray cement board panels, it leads from the ground floor entrance to the main living spaces, which exist in the treetops. Requiring the insertion of pylons, a well, and a septic tank, the rocky terrain of the immediate site had to be blasted. Rather than discarding
“spout for scupper” — brose248
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