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Robert Young Architects
This large residence made up of three buildings on Long Island uses one-story contemporary elements to unite the pieces rendered in the local gabled vernacular. In this view of the Robert Young-designed project, the whitewash-and-glass, flat-roofed piece connects two shingle-clad volumes. Seen from another
Cushman Design Group
second story, though not all windows
Second story rooflines
Possible look for our house
Gabriel Builders Inc.
s! In the coming week, we'll be posting more pictures of this project, in addition to the ones that Gabriel Builders has posted. Be sure to check our Houzz Page, and let us know if you'd like more information about the house.
Another interesting one story "wing" connecting garage.
Number of stories
Dallas Design Group, Interiors
North Dallas Residence
I want to redecorate our great room, this is how I want to begin!
multi story fireplace and masonry inside fireplace
two story bookshelves
Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
Wonderful metal accents, and tone in the beam, dislike the post for our project.
Reclaimed WoodAesthetic: Warm, vintage, loft industrialWhen to use it: To infuse a space with warmth and a story. We all love a good story. Reclaimed wood, whether authentically a part of a structure’s history, as in this Manhattan loft, or repurposed from a demolished structure
Dick Clark + Associates
modern exterior architecture
The floor plans are not available, but there are photos of the interior on our website: dcarch.com
Lighter colors and two story glass space...
three story nice design
Hammer & Hand
This photo shows an interesting choice of material and colour for the garage. What do you think of this material on our garage or somewhere else on the house?
with your local municipality. Usually a permit is not needed for driveways less than 18 inches above grade and not over a basement or other building story. Best time to do this project: Late spring or summer, when the weather will cooperate. Construction during winter in colder climates is not recommended
Small English Cottage in Potomac
does not resemble our floor plan at all but looks clean with chimney that is focal point, like sweeping roof over door
complexity of the chimney and beautiful slate roof. A curved gable extending to form an entrance porch and a prominent forward-facing gable that's a story and a half signify the familiar Tudor form.