334 linear chandelier Contemporary Exterior Design Photos

Mohler + Ghillino Architects
19 Reviews
Indigo Lane House
Ideabooks1,730
Questions1
To gain the oh-so-valuable rays of the sun, the ideal plan for a house is a linear one with living spaces oriented to the south (in the northern hemisphere; to the north in the southern hemisphere). It's then good practice to place
House orientation for max winter solar gain. To gain the oh-so-valuable rays of the sun, the ideal plan for a house is a linear one with living spaces oriented to the south (in the northern hemisphere; to the north in the southern hemisphere). It's then good practice to place
To gain the oh-so-valuable rays of the sun, the ideal plan for a house is a linear one with living spaces oriented to the south (in the northern hemisphere; to the north in the southern hemisphere). It's then good practice to place deciduous trees on the same side, so the sun is filtered in the hot summer
“simple gatherings” — dreamtobuild52
MAGDALENA & MGS Architecture
4 Reviews
Orange in LA
Ideabooks1,132
Questions2
Colored aluminum corrugated siding here mimics the look of a linear wood treatment
“silver trim windows” — amazigh
Elad Gonen
1 Review
exteroir
Ideabooks11,761
Questions6
choice. Ipe costs $5 to $12 per linear foot.Cedar is widely available from coast to coast. It costs $2 to $6 per linear foot.Cypress, which is decay resistant and strong, is utilized mainly in the Southeastern part of the United States. It costs $1.50 and up per linear foot.Pros: Warm, natural beautyCons:
“Simple” — tinomendieta
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Andrea Swan - Swan Architecture
9 Reviews
Linden Hills Contemporary
Ideabooks9,950
Questions8
birch allee with linear gravel strip
trees (probably river birch or Aspen). This modern-day allée is formed by two parallel rows of trees. Notice how both rows have been planted in a linear strip of gravel within the lawn — a reinforcement of the line motif. This front lawn will look great even in the winter, when the tree branches are
“Duelas” — pepeguerrero
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Bronx Box - exterior
Ideabooks3,459
Questions3
An open living, dining and kitchen area is organized in a linear manner and opens out onto an elevated deck. Exterior stairs are the full width of the house and lead down to the pier that juts out into the bay. The second floor mimics the linear organization of the first and a wall of storage as well,
“timber slats” — loracnoswad
186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
17 Reviews
Boulder Contemporary
Ideabooks17,175
Questions11
linear lines of steps and walls
Linear retaining walls and stairs. Off set lines
Linear, Clean and Elegant
“Mix of small and wide” — Karine Genier
Modern Exterior
Ideabooks1,458
Questions2
house is basically made up of two volumes: a squarish lower floor that is built upon the existing foundation atop a hill on the 3-acre site, and a linear bar of the upper floor that cantilevers 20 feet on both the east and west ends. Here we are looking at the south elevation of the house, which takes
house is basically made up of two volumes: a squarish lower floor that is built upon the existing foundation atop a hill on the 3-acre site, and a linear bar of the upper floor that cantilevers 20 feet on both the east and west ends. Here we are looking at the south elevation of the house, which takes
“Shape” — breadalbaneii
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Niagara Vineyard Renovation
Ideabooks2,430
Questions3
and admired homes like the Farnsworth House and Koenig’s Case Study House #22. She developed a clear vision for the home: something open, simple and linear, with a lot of natural light for warmth and color. With the help of Suydam, she chose a neutral palette of natural materials for the exterior cladding:
window frames were painted black to draw in the views, and the couple chose the same shade for the fascia, helping to emphasize the structure's linearity.
“Second level room windows full length” — Rusty Woodruffe
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