460 Vernacular Contemporary Home Design Photos

Bagnato Architects
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
Ideabooks7,570
Questions6
Consider the vernacular shapes and proportions of existing buildings on site and complement these without mimicking the style.See more of this church conversion
Consider the vernacular shapes and proportions of existing buildings onsite, and complement
Using the vernacular of both residential and secular design, Bagnato connects them using a neutral form that lights up in the evening, complementing the dominant forms without competing with either of them.
“Adding modern to old - similar proportion and shape” — anniedos
Mihaly Slocombe
4 Reviews
Basser House
Ideabooks2,737
Questions3
the form of the original, while also using brick (some of it salvaged from the existing house) and corrugated metal roofing to tap into the local vernacular.
the form of the original, while also using brick (some of it salvaged from the existing house) and corrugated metal roofing to tap into the local vernacular.In this view we see how the personality of the owner comes across in the house — the kitchen and surrounding spaces express her love of cooking and
the form of the original, while also using brick (some of it salvaged from the existing house) and corrugated metal roofing to tap into the local vernacular.In this view we see how the personality of the owner comes across in the house – the kitchen and surrounding spaces express her love of cooking and
“Next house” — jmilcak
Millar Howard Workshop
3 Reviews
The Larch House
Ideabooks617
Questions1
skylight. It’s this blend of the natural world and modern style that the architect enjoys. “What I love most about this house is the combination of vernacular materials and contemporary design,“ he says. “Externally, it’s materially very rich, but inside it’s charming and pared back. It’s very much a house
via a skylight. It’s this blend of the natural world and modern style that Tomas enjoys. ‘What I love most about this house is the combination of vernacular materials and contemporary design,’ says Tomas. ‘Externally, it’s materially very rich, but inside it’s charming and pared back. It’s very much a
skylight. It’s this blend of the natural world and modern style that the architect enjoys.“What I love most about this house is the combination of vernacular materials and contemporary design,“ he says. “Externally, it’s materially very rich, but inside it’s charming and pared back. It’s very much a house
“Three beds?” — ramielion
Beard + Riser Architects
Rear, Night
Ideabooks707
Questions0
high point allows light to filter into the house. In this house the application seems appropriate, because the ensemble appears rooted in the rural vernacular of the area, where inexpensive materials combine with considerations of climate.
high point allows light to filter into the house. In this house the application seems appropriate, because the ensemble appears rooted in the rural vernacular of the area, where inexpensive materials combine with considerations of climate.
“Roof design” — taygharvey
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
14 Reviews
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc. creates a "House of Light."
Ideabooks267
Questions1
Architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen uses vernacular inspiration for his designs, like this one. Primary forms in blockish arrangements create handsome and confident silhouettes. The materials reflect
American VernacularMcAlester explores in great detail the American vernacular in the new edition. You can call it farmhouse, log cabin or contemporary shed as well. Any regional influence that inspires style, such as the architecture of Santa Barbara, California, or Seaside, Florida, is rooted in its
its vernacular. Architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen uses vernacular inspiration for his designs, like this one. Primary forms in blockish arrangements create handsome and confident silhouettes. The materials reflect local custom but are executed in refined and precise fashion.
“Like the roof Modern weatherboard aesthetic” — drindiana
Lynne Parker Designs
6 Reviews
Hilltop House
Ideabooks52
Questions1
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“Wallpaper accent wall for Lena's room” — theoptimista
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Eberhart
Ideabooks4,583
Questions3
material, but I love the opportunities these panels provide. With a modernist sensibility, mixing materials like these with materials in an older vernacular can be artfully done.
material, but I love the opportunities these panels provide. With a modernist sensibility, mixing materials like these with materials in an older vernacular can be artfully done. Purists, hold your comments
material, but I love the opportunities these panels provide. With a modernist sensibility, mixing materials like these with materials in an older vernacular can be artfully done. Purists, hold your comments!
material, but I love the opportunities these panels provide. With a modernist sensibility, mixing materials like these with materials in an older vernacular can be artfully done. Purists, hold your comments!
“fence5” — Pat Reeve
Tom Rochon, Designs Northwest Architects
1 Review
Hannon Waterfront
Ideabooks84
Questions0
“Exterior colors” — bsfrost
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