113 Deals & Discounts V.3 Exterior Design Photos

Kipnis Architecture + Planning
19 Reviews
Rear elevation of Glencoe solar LEED Platinum home
Ideabooks2,690
Questions3
solar panels? No problem. Just socialize. People across the country are now pooling their resources to collectively buy solar panels in bulk at a discount for their communities. (The idea started in Portland.)
solar panels? No problem. Just socialize. People across the country are now pooling their resources to collectively buy solar panels in bulk at a discount for their communities. (The idea started in Portland.)
“blue” — solutionary
chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
Beet Residence
Ideabooks6,897
Questions3
The whole deal
Row House3
“high ceiling” — frdd888
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Knowles Residence - Exterior
Ideabooks9,880
Questions14
Kudos on the house. Really beautiful and smart. May I ask what you used for roofing material. Is it an adhered synthetic membrane? And how do you deal with thermal bridging ; the exterior soffit seems to flow into the building!
with a shiplap. also the shiplap has a rectangular reveal while the T&G often has a V-groove. its a matter of visual preference.
hi! its about 3,200 sf including lower level
“Outside” — Leah Surmacz
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Connecting spaces upstairs
Ideabooks20,511
Questions13
is the height of the ribs of the roof? I have a large house, with clean lines, and I am considering using metal roof panels that are 16" wide with 1 3/4" ribs in dark bronze, what is your opinion? I like the looks of this roof for this house.
S & V back kitchen window
copper and slate), a standing-seam metal roof is a bigger investment up front. Also, homeowners in areas with heavy snowfall must include a plan for dealing with snow — it slides right off metal roofs, potentially creating huge drifts around the perimeter of the house.The Advantages of a Metal Roof
“roof: Englert Kynar Ultra-Cool Low Gloss" metal roof in a Dark Bronze finish with panel widths of ar” — honeycombs5
Hojo
Ideabooks813
Questions1
heating the body instead of the space — has repercussions for architecture, namely that walls can be paper thin. This finds synergy with design that must deal with humid summers, traditionally through movable walls that allow cross ventilation. Akira Yoneda's design for Hojo is like a 21st-century update
heating the body instead of the space — has repercussions for architecture, namely that walls can be paper thin. This finds synergy with design that must deal with humid summers, traditionally through movable walls that allow cross ventilation. Akira Yoneda's design for Hojo is like a 21st-century update
heating the body instead of the space — has repercussions for architecture, namely that walls can be paper thin. This finds synergy with design that must deal with humid summers, traditionally through movable walls that allow cross ventilation. Akira Yoneda's design for Hojo is like a 21st-century update of
“Fachada 22” — Andreia Medice
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
Ideabooks2,265
Questions3
we did not want to deal with the unpleasant smells in such a small space. We have an entry area in the bathroom for the cat to enter his bathroom located under the cabinet :) Our sleeping loft is 9' 5" long and 6' 8½" wide. Floor to ceiling height in the center of the loft is 3' 5". We built dormers
well @Craig Duddles There are 4 sealed lead acid batteries in the box located next to the propane tank in this photo. They are wired in series as a 48V 260Ah bank
“Thanks to the panels and the couple's low electricity needs, the solar array meets most (if not all)” — Pia Congmon
SB Architects
The Hillside House
Ideabooks14,355
Questions5
LEED, we just recently became the first North American paint manufacturer to publish our HPDs (Health Product Declarations) which is integral for LEED v4. Check us out for your next project! http://www.ecospaints.net/testing-and-certifications.html
The space in the previous photo can seen behind the glass in the top-right corner. In the foreground we see a variation on dealing with the roof structure: intermediate beams helps stabilize the roof structure in concert with the walls on either side of the open space. It's evident
“exterior space” — lunchintime
DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
zipper house
Ideabooks18,677
Questions12
We are a four unit live work HOA and are in the process of investigating siding options to replace 23 year old cedar V channel siding. Cost is an issue. One builder recommended board and batten with primed plywood and cedar batten. Are you able to place the hardie panel
Nice look. But do NOT want to have to deal with exposed WOOD.
“siding” — Andy Redmon
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