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Spanish style. Especially popular in warmer regions of the country, Spanish revival–style homes tend to feature arches, tile work and white stucco. Some may have balconies or a central courtyard.Is it for you? Thick stucco walls and tile floors are naturally cool, which is ideal for warm climates. The
The charming gardens, courtyards and balconies are perfect for outdoor entertaining. In older Spanish revival homes, bedrooms and closets tend to be small.More about Spanish revival and Mediterranean styles
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New residence designed and built by Fred Herring from Herring and Worley Inc. This house was built on the most challenging hillside.
a very modern concept with a
Most modern facade and supporting walls
attend architectural school?" I assured them I had, met their jeers with a frown, Then went home for a nap. I pulled the shutters down, And I took off my hat, and I kicked off my shoes, And I'd just closed my eyes when---They started their boos. A crowd had assembled, they'd followed me home! In the
Hammer & Hand
Karuna Passive House
Karuna Passive House designed by Holst Architecture and built by Hammer & Hand. This high performance home meets the world's most demanding green building certifications. Photo by Jeremy Bittermann.
the word may give, passive homes are anything but lazy. A house designed to take advantage of the solar heat streaming through a window is actively saving energy. Taking it a step further, and into the realm of the Passive House building standard, a house can be designed to work hard in every season
face the view and sun. The joints oscillate between open and lattice-like to tightly fitted. This breaks up the mass of the wall plane and adds architectural interest.
season to maintain a comfortable and healthy indoor living environment, without consuming superfluous energy.A home built to the Passive House standard is one that remains comfortable through all seasons without employing an active heating or cooling system.
Midvale Courtyard House
Modern home in an older neighbourhood
Colors of the carport and roofline slope high in front/low in back really shows what I like about a simple modern carport
This the best idea for the parking/patio design
meets intimacy. Spaces open to the outdoors, but architectural gestures subtly maintain privacy. Additionally, the pair knew they wanted to add a second-level main bedroom suite, but didn’t want to replicate the entire ground-level floor plan, so Bruns designed a single second-floor suite that's punched up
while traveling through the public and private spaces, and what that did geometrically and aesthetically to the structure. He landed on a design that created architectural interest while iterating the intimate but open concept Hoke and Maniaci were hoping for. To develop the latter, Bruns created a series
the construction zone, ltd.
Phoenix offers a handful of signature designs that define contemporary Desert Modern Architecture; this home designed by Wendell Burnette is one of them. A superb balance of mass, materials, light, scale and perforation perfectly placed on a gentle, native landscaped, hillside slope. Wonderfully executed
executed details; a wealth of minutiae to delight the connoisseur in a simple design that offers a carefree and comfortable plan that defines our desert-lifestyle. Stunning City-views anchor you to the urban hub; the nearby Mountain Preserve panorama calms the soul. The private pool is a sensory experience;
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Please share the floor tile used on this project. Another fine home!
Carney Logan Burke Architects
New Fork Social Club
love the modern architecture with the logs and stone
This is a beautiful modern version of a log cabin!
ranch homes but define different sections in the layout. "It's almost barnyard architecture," says Logan. Although this was intended as a second home, the clients loved it so much, they made the move permanent.”
I like this because it is a modernized version of a
all familiar to this region. Simple shed roofs reflect the style of nearby ranch homes but define different sections in the layout. "It's almost barnyard architecture," says Logan. Although this was intended as a second home, the clients loved it so much, they made the move permanent.
familiar to this region. Simple shed roofs reflect the style of nearby ranch-style homes but define different sections in the layout. ‘It’s almost barnyard architecture,’ says Logan. Although this was intended as a second home, the clients loved it so much, they made the move permanent.
LDa Architecture & Interiors
New England Contemporary
The way contemporary teams with modern is interesting....a bit overdone, but worth
I love the combination of modern architecture with that brick and more countryside look
Great use of modern to connect two
found in the Boston area: the wood-clad exterior that informs many of the previous designs. Here, an addition opts for contrast, with metal instead of wood and large expanses of glass. More regional modern architecture:Chicago | Austin | NYC | New York Metro | Seattle | OregonNorthern California | San
Two traditional wood shingle clad domestic forms are connected by a modern glassy L-shaped loggia defining a stepped lawn and patio. The use of contrast as the linking element here with a lighter color extends the light of the sky to the ground and allows the "two
Dick Clark + Associates
modern exterior architecture
Front garage, upper patio, windows. Modern.
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Strong lines and lightness of materials make this home seem to float. The landscaping around the home seems to disconnect the driveway and foundation from the upper portion of the structure.
Queen Anne lives on, even when it's not so readily apparent, in this home. Sure, there's no "gingerbread" or "brick-a-brac," and it has an all-flat roof. But the asymmetrical exterior, tower space that wraps the corner, abundance of glass and front living space are all here.Do you live in a Queen Anne? Please