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Holly Marder
My Houzz: Contemporary Country Style in the Netherlands
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arch adds historic charm to modern design.
appear is where they differ. Bagnato admits that there are certain parameters he wants to stay within when adding a modern addition to a traditional building. “We do believe that a modern addition must pay respects to the traditional home and not simply be a foreign element,” he says. “This can be done by
‘I am a modern addition, but I can sit comfortably as a piece of today’s architecture.’”
Designed by architect Jan Robijn of Z Wonen and built by Dutch construction company Tizo, the family’s home combines Marielle’s love of historical architecture with Douwe’s preference for a modern, newly built
architecture with Douwe’s preference for a modern, newly built home. “It was a very good solution for both of us,” says Marielle.
“dark brick” — twin713
Harriet Forde Design Ltd
Private Residential - London W2 area
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basement out further than the addition?
Modern addition works w/ brick row. Copper? on right addition.
I love these modern additions to traditional english row housing, great juxtaposition of styles.
Modern additions to a traditional building
Modern addition to older structure.
English house modernised
Beautifully modern and
Modern window addition
Modern addition...Ubsr modern...Modern extension
“Lighting in plants” — fionapriest
Paul Welschmeyer ARCHITECTS & energy consultants
2 Reviews
Second Street Green
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restrictions, and then a decidedly more modern take on the backside of the house
Modern Arch - Cour et intégration 01
1910 fireplace. The other half of the addition (on the right side of the photo) is the master bedroom suite, veiled by a structural sheer wall. In addition to providing strength to the house, the wall serves as a clever privacy screen.
vantage point of the new addition, which has a decidedly modern feel. The windowed side looks directly into the family's summer living room, described as such to distinguish it from the family's winter living room, which features a 1910 fireplace. The other half of the addition (on the right side of the
the photo) is the master bedroom suite, veiled by a structural sheer wall. In addition to providing strength to the house, the wall serves as a clever privacy screen.
“windows, overhang, design, amusing...” — lesliehidley
Randall Mars Architects
5 Reviews
Randall Mars
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Adding onto an existing house, the Owners wanted to push the house more modern. The new "boxes" were clad in compatible material, with accents of concrete block and mahogany. Corner windows open the views.
what kind of wood is that on the addition?
We are also doing an addition, wanting to add some modern flair to a cape cod remodel. It still has somewhat of a traditional look but how could we use different materials/colors to get a more modern feel?
materials do make a big difference. Larger windows add better light and modernize an older style. Also, don't put too many moldings like column caps and bases - that is really not consistent with Arts and Crafts. Use a simple
Bold boxy move to a traditional building. Appropriate? Modern & fun?
“Wall” — Luke Lennox
Reverse Architecture
5 Reviews
Sudbury Residence
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Night view of front facade. A new addition clad in metal with a large expanse of glass fills the courtyard between a ranch house and carport. Photo copyright Nathan Eikelberg.
modern bay window rushes room out , and adds interior space and light, but still works with the original styling of the house
Modern homes - from ranch style
modern front window pushed out between house and carport, l like the glass door
This addition to a ranch house looks like the end of a square tube that runs from front to back, with large windows on each side. The front picture window is partially frosted to maintain privacy.
“roof line” — luli2
William L. Feeney Architect LLC
6 Reviews
Modern Addition
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one of the best modern additions I've seen put on a brick house, ever.
Modern addition onto a traditional house - best of both worlds?
an addition with a balcony and deck below
This is how you add to a brick house. Steel, glass and some brick in the addition to make it look consistent. Wonder if they reused brick that they
“Exterior - red brick, black metal windows, wood trim (warmer, not this red)” — Marsha Phillips
APD Interiors
3 Reviews
Islington Glass box extension
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Modern glass addition to older home
The modern glass addition celebrates the contrast between the new part of the home and the original brickwork. The
he modern glass addition celebrates the contrast between the new part of the home and the original brickwork
Glass additions! What a cool idea.
The modern glass addition celebrates the contrast between the new part of the home and the original brickwork. The superstrong
The modern glass addition celebrates the contrast between the new part of the home and the original brickwork. The superstrong structural glass is welded to the house for a sturdy construction.
The modern glass addition celebrates the contrast between the new part of the home and the original brickwork
“terasa za klet” — klara velkavrh
Bagnato Architects
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
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Dominic, you and your wife have done an amazing job with this home. It is a great example of mixing old and new in a modern fashion. Do you only build in Australia? -Love it-
love this church and modern addition
NEAT WAY TO EXTEND 'CHURCH LIKE' BUILDING BY ADDING MODERN WING TO IT.
Great contrast of modern and original
like modern garage next to traditional house
like the cement modern look next to the traditional house
government is that additions must not imitate but clearly stand out from the original structure,” Bagnato says. “The reason is that there is a belief that by creating modern additions, in time you can clearly see and possibly date the original structure and all subsequent additions, therefore reinforcing
“Facade” — Scott Stewart
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