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SAVOIE Architecture
brengle exterior
Ideabooks3,958
Questions4
river rock as facing of the perimeter beam and like roof line and the bays appear to be made screen door width
Way too many lines and angles. I don't like the double-peaked roof.
I like this house exterior's style, lines.
Roof line extends at an angle for grilling porch?
roof line...Nice lines
“arch over doorway” — Saba Cossor
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
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Brenna Barzenick
My earthy, contemporary home
Ideabooks1,828
Questions1
Warm interior & multiple slope roof lines Add on possibility
interesting roof line - conducive to 1story roof deck?
“Nice single level home with shed roofs and clerestory windows.” “clestory windows, metal roof, shading with wood planks.” “Close up roof lines metal and wood” “roof line, covered porch - carpot sky lights” ““back porch, metal roof extension on pier and beam” “slanted roof and material used vs shingles”
“metal roof, neutral color siding, red windows” — sandi10133
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
7 Reviews
Winter Residence Remodel
Ideabooks3,208
Questions3
Use of River Rock. Clean lines. Simple.
Love the clean lines with various textures.
french drain along fence line between levels
straight lines...clean lines...Neat lines...Modern lines
“Different colour rocks” — erinjdavey
Chioco Design
Front elevation
Ideabooks12,697
Questions11
roof line embraces changes of exterior materials
love the retro Tudor roof lines with an updated modern look, and that it nods to the past
The clean lines of the house, and the simplicity of the front porch; also the slope of the roof line.
roof line and roof materials.
love the lines...such character .
the sweeping roof line
“Paint colours” — taylbarb
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Ideabooks5,500
Questions6
Stone exterior wood, large windows, roof line & shape
plantings, but here we see clean lines of geometric beds as well as a restricted planting scheme, with one species per bed. It’s interesting to see that even the trees have been planted in a block to give an extra layer of interest.
line of trees, flagstone in yard, texture/low growing plants in yard
more traditional garden designs?Normally you would expect beds like these to be filled with flowing drifts of mixed plantings, but here we see clean lines of geometric beds as well as a restricted planting scheme, with one species per bed. It’s interesting to see that even the trees have been planted in
“Front of windows front yard” — silkebreiting
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Ideabooks4,169
Questions1
I love birch trees; line east side of drive with up lighting??
Hint at a destination and create mystery. Twists and turns, a hidden path, a tree-lined alley, a corner hidden by shrubs — these are places tailor made for
Birch tree lined path... so inviting!
1. Hint at a destination and create mystery. Twists and turns, a hidden path, a tree-lined alley, a corner hidden by shrubs — these are places tailor made for independent thinking and exploring. Where does that path go? What’s over there?
dappled light illuminates, and it continues toward a distant, sunnier spot in the landscape. By creating a walkway through the trees, a series of strong lines is emphasized and the low, L-shape bench becomes the natural focal point.
“Secret garden” — heykellyshea
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks4,455
Questions5
vertical lines of trees outside, creating seamless indoor-outdoor transition. Rec'd for high ceilings
like the mid century and the rustic decor...walks nice line...
this Frank Lloyd Wright home echo the vertical lines of the trees outside the windows, creating a seamless transition from indoors to out.
Vertical. The tall panes of glass and warm wood framing in this Frank Lloyd Wright home echo the vertical lines of the trees outside the windows, creating a seamless
Vertical. The tall panes of glass and warm wood framing in this Frank Lloyd Wright home echo the vertical lines of the trees outside the windows, creating a seamless transition from indoors to out. A riff on this design would work well in a modern living space
“inside out” — iwishiknew
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks1,354
Questions1
modern take on the Adirondack style, with lines that mimic the vertical lines of the windows and doors behind them.
Dan designed and built the lounge chairs on the terrace. They're a modern take on the Adirondack style, with lines that mimic the vertical lines of the windows and doors behind them.
This shows vertical line in the back of the chairs and the arms of the chairs, and in the windows.
Dan designed and built the lounge chairs on the terrace. They're a modern take on the Adirondack style, with lines that mimic the vertical lines of the windows and doors behind them.
“Murito para sentarse alrededor parte alta” — asoleibe
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