18,707 low slope roof Home Design Photos

Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
4 Reviews
Claremont Remodel
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The lower gable roof with substantial overhangs.
i like this gble roof b/c kenny saidits cold
bridge to upstairs w/ a nice gable roof
Walkway from office to roof deck
This is why I want to build into our roof space!
Roof Shapes, Overhangs and MaterialsGables, hips, low slope and shed are a few of the many roof shapes. Each fits a certain range of styles and aesthetics. For example, whereas a gable is an appropriate roof shape for a traditional home, a low-slope roof is typically seen in a modern design. The same
true for the roof material. While asphalt shingle roofs are the most commonplace, a tile material is more appropriate for a Southwestern colonial house design, and metal might be the better choice for a roof in the Southeast.And don't overlook the depth of a roof overhang. A gable roof with a deep overhang
“bridge to house” — Michelle
Jaime Kleinert Architects
Melkman House
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gutters are hidden at in the roof line
parapet low wall along perimeter of the roof; make roof look entirely regular in
Low Roofs What would a modernist house be without its flat, or more appropriately termed, low-slope roof? These types of roofs require special attention, as they can be prone to leaking if not well detailed and constructed. And because
drainage is internal so that you have to add low walls onto the roof's edges in order to hide the sloping roofline which makes it more geometric looking. I also like the stone exterior matched with the gray-blue roof
Low RoofsWhat would a modernist house be without its flat, or more appropriately termed, low-slope roof? These types of roofs require special attention, as they can be prone to leaking if not well detailed and constructed. And because gutters and downspouts at the exterior would ruin the overall aesthetic
“Exterior design” — shark1272
CG&S Design-Build
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Quaint Hyde Park Exterior
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This bungalow has cieling fans on the roof over the porch
because it is a small one-story house with an overhanging roof and a covered porch.
detail on gable roof/ no windows
similar roofline. like the roof supports, and the contrasting trim along the bottom of the triangle.
heavily influenced by the Craftsmen style. The large front porch extends the living space outside, and broad, the elephant columns support the low sloping roof.
“Front” — mcameronva
Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
Canmore Collosal Collaboration
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custom Hybrid-Timber frame home, designed to take advantage of the beautiful mountain views on each side of the property. The roof line was designed to organically match the slope of the property. Contractor: Kidner Homes ...
YES! stone to tie into original house, sloped roof, balcony.
the simple roof...slope roof...Patio & Roof...Flat entry to slope...Roof line...sloped roof...low sloped roof
“terrace above garage” — azdks
CAST architecture
11 Reviews
Mazama Ranchero
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Cor ten steel siding, bare concrete sub-walls and gently sloping roof. See wood pile
The two primary exterior wall materials are visible here: concrete down low, which “protects the structure’s base during the winter snowpack
a single sloped roofline. To the right is the 1,400-square-foot main house, and on the left is a 200-square-foot sauna. The sauna area includes a covered wooden shed and a wax room for preparing skis in the winter. The two primary exterior wall materials are visible here: concrete down low, which “protects
Concrete low for snow-melt and Cor-Ten steel siding for low maintenance.
by a single sloped roofline. To the right is the 1,400-square-foot main house, and on the left is a 200-square-foot sauna. The sauna area includes a covered wooden shed and a wax room for preparing skis in the winter.The two primary exterior wall materials are visible here: concrete down low, which “protects
“color combo of corten steel and dark charcoal steel facia” — Kathy Caldwell
CAST architecture
11 Reviews
Mazama Ranchero
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guest house style... the slope roof concept
Nice design, clean purposeful lines, pure planar roof
s the low winter sun and minimizes sunlight in the hot summer months. The south side of the house, shown here, is predominantly closed to keep out the summer sun, but selective openings let the low winter sun help heat the living spaces.
The two primary exterior wall materials are visible here: concrete down low, which “protects the structure’s base during the winter snowpack and spring snowmelt cycle,” according to the architects, and maintenance-free Cor-Ten steel siding above.
Simple, low maintenance, adventure house - similar to what I've been designing.
“Modern home in nature” — skim328
CAST architecture
11 Reviews
Mazama Ranchero
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is how you get that cool secluded space... hang the roof out on the north end
Tim's low slope roof used a lot of steel but it didn't get too high and still allowed for covered walkways and views.
The roof straddling the entire house and outdoor space
low slope roof...metal roof...standing seam roof
“para churrasquera” — Ana Alaiza
CAST architecture
11 Reviews
Mazama Ranchero
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Why isn't the hood vented out the roof in this one-story home?
The roof is designed to retain the snow during the winter months and consequently was not a good location for the hood to vent. We chose to vent to the side
ceiling from low miantenance aluminum panels
Made from low-maintenance, paint-free aluminum panels, the white ceilings reflect sunlight into
"mild steel" paneling behind the kitchen is mounted on exposed fiber cement - which is also exposed in other areas - durable and low maintenance.
mounted on integrally colored fiber cement. That fiber cement is also exposed elsewhere in the interior, continuing the home’s theme of durability and low maintenance.
mounted on integrally colored fiber cement. That fiber cement is also exposed elsewhere in the interior, continuing the home’s theme of durability and low maintenance.
“Color” — elliesyd1
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