93 Bath Book Rack Exterior Design Photos

Dwell ExteriorResolution: 4 Architecture
DWELL HOME Location: Pittsboro, NC Completion Date: 2004 Size: 2,396 sf Typology: L Series Modules: 5 Boxes Program: o Bedrooms: 2 o Baths: 2.5 o Features: Guest/Office, Carport, Media Room, 2 Patios Materials: o Exterior: Horizontal Cedar Siding, Cement Board Panels, Standing Seam Metal Roof, Recycled
affordable modern houses. Modern Modular, a new book from Princeton Architectural Press, highlights 14 of the dozens of prefab houses they've realized. This ideabook looks at a handful of those to get at how their modern modular design works and see what the book offers.
challenge to 16 architects to design a prefab house for less than $200,000. Allison Arieff — editor at Dwell at the time and the author of the 2002 book Prefab — penned the foreword to Modern Modular; she recounts how she developed the challenge with real clients. This situation meant that, unlike with
Stone Residence 1Norris Architecture
if it is useful it feels better. 10'-0" is nicer. As for the proportions there are so many things to take into account like the height of the porch rack, this one is 8'-0", the height of the rest of the house, the amount of roof above, the height off of the ground, are the columns round or square, what
.but, do people realize someone paid you a professional fee to spend hours with them putting together the home they ended up with. People can buy books, magazines, shop on line for ideas and then take what you've kindly shared to do it. I've just spent a year working with an architect and you have
Curb appealAnna Berglin Design
What does 2nd floor look like with dormers, how much space, is bath?
Am looking to bump up roof on 2nd floor Cape Cod to make bath and 2 bedrooms, small house...finished now but with very dark wood...thanks
with a typical cape cod, you should easily be able to fit a bath and 2 bedrooms in the upper level. If you would like my assistance in designing the layout, feel free to contact me.
Georgian had a formal design in concept, with architectural details often created by individual carpenters, masons and other skilled artisans. Pattern books of that time provided guides, leading to individual interpretations by its builders. Contemporary examples of the style follow original organization
windows on the north side. There is a second entry to the rear courtyard. The "Studio" is linked to the main house through a library hall for reference books. This link can be seen on the left side of the front entry. The link roof is copper. All in all, a wonderful space, but an addition to the main estate
which was located in the front : above the entry side. The studio also incorporates a small kitchenette, a full fireplace, a storage closet and and bath area. The open cathedral ceiling includes cedar custom trusses, corbels and v-joint boards. The second half round window is located above casement
Like the pergola...maybe over the master bath window?
Storybook Style ArchitectureBrion Jeannette Architecture
Story book architecture
Book LoftCAST architecture
Kitchen and bath window three divided panes
Book Loft
We have a bungalow that has attic crawl space. We are looking for ideas on how to expand the space to allow us to add a bedroom & bath. Did this house have headroom before you added on? Do you have any before pictures?
style your home is, or know what the style is but not much about it, reading up on it is a great way to begin. There is a wealth of information in books and on Houzz covering all major architectural styles, from colonial to Craftsman. Just by knowing your home's architectural style, you can find color
Lake Front Home, Lake Sunapee NHBonin Architects & Associates
If a property exists such as his in Eltham I would certainly book a viewing.
Rodney and Naela Home Four bedroom 2 1/2 baths
31st Street ResidenceKirkpatrick Architects
Maybe stones would get everywhere but it would match ensui the if we put stones around floor of benches and bath etc
floor ceiling and books
M-G ResidenceJWT Associates
Pillars and Rack of Roof to Raise it higher
on the living room and master bedroom. Phase two, completed last year, involved adding a second-story loft studio; putting in a new indoor pool/guest bath, guest bedroom, kitchen and dining room; and connecting the interior of the home to the exterior space. Troyer also rebuilt a rotted, vine-choked pergola
Exterior | entryRWA Architects
stained columns in upper porch to match the rafter tails between the porches at lower porch rack
Front entrance to incorporate second floor bath area
The 1,500 sq. ft. GO Home offers two story living with a combined kitchen/living/dining space on the main level and three bedrooms with full bath on the upper level. Amenities include covered entry porch, kitchen pantry, powder room, mud room and laundry closet. LEED Platinum certification; 1st Passive
Elsewhere on the web and in the book Prefabulous, this house is discussed. The cost is shown as $225,000 for about 1500 ft^2 of floor space, of $150 per ft^2. Does that cost include the
I suspect under the stairs off the downstairs half bath, but I can't see any hint of them at all. The layout looks wonderfully compact (This house is featured in Prefabulous by Sherry Koones).
Cost, and share of that cost attributable to Solar collectors - Elsewhere on the web and in the book Prefabulous, this house is discussed. The cost is shown as $225,000 for about 1500 ft^2 of floor space, of $150 per ft^2. Does that cost include the
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