40 St. John's Newfoundland Contemporary Exterior Design Photos

John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks7,158
Questions4
A house by John Maniscalco Architecture, covered in snow, showcases a surprising green benefit to large, flat roofs with overhangs: Light from interior and exterior
1st storey & 2nd storey design difference
A house by John Maniscalco Architecture, covered in snow, showcases a surprising green benefit to large, flat roofs with overhangs: Light from interior and exterior
“krisha” — parametrix
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Carolina St
Ideabooks19,504
Questions8
This is one of our designs. John Lum is the principal architect.
John Lum Architecture, Inc.
Carolina St
“Modern Simple Home” — milkbuns
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Friedman
Ideabooks460
Questions0
Like use of light upper windows for high pitched 1st story. Possible dig down idea for garage on right
John Lum Architecture, Inc.
“The use of the slope to creat split levels” — mofire
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Carolina St
Ideabooks5,689
Questions4
Carolina St
John Lum Architecture, Inc.
“Railing” — bretschultz
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks3,223
Questions2
garage & studio area on 1st floor, living on 2nd
John Maniscalco Architecture
“it's just different. looks cool.” — dena carter
Ace Copper Specialists
West 1st Ave, Vancouver - RHEINZINK
Ideabooks66
Questions0
West 1st Ave, Vancouver - RHEINZINK
Rheinzink walls, gutters, downpipes. Custom fabricated and installed by Ace Copper. Architect - John Henshaw Architect Inc Builder - View Point Construction Ltd
“cladding steel” — Delo Gasqui
Christopher Simmonds Architect
1 Review
Ottawa River Home
Ideabooks907
Questions1
Reminds me of the new house near st johns
“Front LInes” — daniellehaggar
Rockefeller Partners Architects
Walk Street Entry Porch
Ideabooks29,798
Questions11
Sorry. Don't know. John Feldman was the landscape architect and chose plantings, and would be able to tell you.
popular materials and building techniques. A strong affection for midcentury modern architecture, especially domestic, resurfaced at the turn of the 21st century. Original examples date back to the 1930s, but the Case Study program in Southern California and developer Joseph Eichler in Northern California
“Escalones afuera cemento” — jccm90
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