21 garbage recycling center Contemporary Exterior Design Photos

Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Hollcroft Residence
Ideabooks15,273
Questions4
Wooden fence -blocking garbage cans?
Off center
“Wood panels are interesting.” — Paul Nash
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
7RR-Ecohome
Ideabooks143
Questions0
wing and a center bridge connects it to the kid’s wing on the west. Second floor terraces and sunscreens provide views and shade in this suburban setting. The playful mathematical grid of the house in the x, y and z axis also extends into the layout of the trees and hard-scapes, all centered on a suburban
gas filled units, and thermally insulated aluminum frames. Permeable brick and stone pavers reduce the site’s storm-water runoff. Countertops use recycled composite materials. Energy-Star rated furnaces and smart thermostats are located throughout the house to minimize duct runs and avoid energy loss
“Simple wood slat approach. (Horizontal series of slats)” — emoryrb
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
7RR-Ecohome
Ideabooks219
Questions0
wing and a center bridge connects it to the kid’s wing on the west. Second floor terraces and sunscreens provide views and shade in this suburban setting. The playful mathematical grid of the house in the x, y and z axis also extends into the layout of the trees and hard-scapes, all centered on a suburban
gas filled units, and thermally insulated aluminum frames. Permeable brick and stone pavers reduce the site’s storm-water runoff. Countertops use recycled composite materials. Energy-Star rated furnaces and smart thermostats are located throughout the house to minimize duct runs and avoid energy loss
“Outside” — redheadgonewild33
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks6,301
Questions8
Like how they made break off center in transome
the studio. The house is L-shaped; the main living room is on the left. The siding is tongue and groove cedar stained dark bronze; much of it was recycled from the interior of the house during the remodeling process.
“It's a nice” — perrymel
Lipa Woodwork
4 Reviews
Small storage shed with sliding door
Ideabooks262
Questions1
Storage for garbage on the side of house
Recycling, green and garbage shed with sliding door
For garbage cans or tools
nice garbage shed/storage
“Simple against building” — chroma Reno and design
bercychenstudio
Beverly Skyline
Ideabooks4,595
Questions0
Residence Austin Texas, USA 2006 Best Plot in the World Finalist, Vienna, Austria 2009 Good Green Building Award Chicago Athenaeum & The European Center for Art Architecture & Design Bercy Chen Studio LP www.bcarc.com www.facebook.com/pages/Austin/Bercy-Chen -Studio/350315618...
the landscape and provides panoramic views of the city. In the spirit of reclaiming value, recycled materials are employed at every possible opportunity. The front facade of the house is comprised of recycled glass blocks, which were provided by the owner as a condition of the commission. the originally
Our concept revolved around the notions of recycling a building, reusing natural and manmade resources and reclaiming the ancient ideal that buildings can and should be sacred places, especially the home. The project began as a modest remodel, but turned into a full master-planning for the site; including
“water feature” — dentalone
Koffka Phakos Design
12 Reviews
Pop Up House
Ideabooks10
Questions0
The Pop Up House is an addition of a two story room in the center of a one story 1940's home in Santa Monica. The new space becomes the focus of the house with a den and dining space opening to the kitchen and a home office on the mezzanine. The addition provides natural ventilation with high windows
existing house, and the construction waste was recycled. Structural plywood on the ceiling is also used as the finish surface, reducing material. Kitchen countertops are from recycled rubber, decks on the front and back of the house are Trex, a composite of recycled plastic and wood waste. 2000 SF Completed
“Front of pop up” — janlabbott
Koffka Phakos Design
12 Reviews
Pop Up House
Ideabooks7
Questions0
The Pop Up House is an addition of a two story room in the center of a one story 1940's home in Santa Monica. The new space becomes the focus of the house with a den and dining space opening to the kitchen and a home office on the mezzanine. The addition provides natural ventilation with high windows
existing house, and the construction waste was recycled. Structural plywood on the ceiling is also used as the finish surface, reducing material. Kitchen countertops are from recycled rubber, decks on the front and back of the house are Trex, a composite of recycled plastic and wood waste. 2000 SF Completed
“roof line” — stephi63
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