850 Maxim Exterior Design Photos

Mihaly Slocombe
4 Reviews
Hill House
Ideabooks2,423
Questions2
Gravel is another surface to consider. It will also need a base underlayment to maximize its pervious nature. Usually this is a plastic mat made up of circular or honeycomb cells structured to provide load-bearing support. These cells
Gravel is another surface to consider. It will also need a base underlayment to maximize its pervious nature. Usually this is a plastic mat made up of circular or honeycomb cells structured to provide load-bearing support. These cells
“Fron” — gisborne5
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Heavy Metal
Ideabooks1,317
Questions1
the steel panels are solid, while others are perforated. The perforated panels are strategically located to minimize sun and heat gain as well as maximize privacy from the exterior. This nighttime view of the front facade shows how the perforated steel skin becomes visually porous, offering an altogether
the steel panels are solid, while others are perforated. The perforated panels are strategically located to minimize sun and heat gain as well as maximize privacy from the exterior.
the steel panels are solid, while others are perforated. The perforated panels are strategically located to minimize sun and heat gain as well as maximize privacy from the exterior.This nighttime view of the front facade shows how the perforated steel skin becomes visually porous, offering an altogether
“screen” — Lori Houser
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
11 Reviews
Kurth Residence
Ideabooks729
Questions0
, a design that maximizes views across the site. The garage and entry are at the lower level, while all of the living spaces are above.
The north (entry) side of the home is the concave portion of the crescent shape, a design that maximizes views across the site. The garage and entry are at the lower level, while all of the living spaces are above.
The north side of the home is the concave portion of the crescent shape, a design that maximises views across the site. The garage and front door are at the lower level, while all of the living spaces are above.
“steps leading up to the front entrance, with wall on its right side” — vickichuchu
Seattle Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2014 Winner
Rhodes Architecture + Light approaches each project as unique. We believe in simple solutions based on individual dreams, honest materials, and the orientation, colors, and textures of the site.
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Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Ideabooks4,651
Questions4
Check out the shadows from the structure above the window and doors on the side of this home, visual proof that screens can block out intense sun. To maximize the effectiveness of fixed louvers, pair up with a local architect to analyze the specific location of your house, including the climate zone and
Check out the shadows from the structure above the window and doors on the side of this home; visual proof that screens can block out intense sun. To maximise the effectiveness of fixed louvres, pair up with a local architect to analyse the specific location of your house, including the climate zone and
“Overhang with wood slats” — steinbach_gabrielle
Pursley Dixon Architecture
1 Review
Farmhouse
Ideabooks789
Questions0
the house to maximize the views of the pond.
The house is crafted of durable materials, just like a barn would be: the facade is wood, the chimney is stone and the roof is corrugated metal. Most visitors assume the house is a 100-year-old converted barn.Pursley sited the house to maximise the views
“color of the house. sort of like the color I'm looking at for our house.” — sparky999
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ÁPH80
Ideabooks764
Questions1
to do this throughout every interior space, but if you focus on the overall structural dimensions and correlate those to a 24-inch module, it will maximize framing efficiencies and minimize material cut-off waste.
to do this throughout every interior space, but if you focus on the overall structural dimensions and correlate those to a 24-inch module, it will maximize framing efficiencies and minimize material cut-off waste. Besides, designers like grids and modules anyhow, right? This should appeal to your sen
to do this throughout every interior space, but if you focus on the overall structural dimensions and correlate those to a 24-inch module, it will maximize framing efficiencies and minimize material cut-off waste. Besides, designers like grids and modules anyhow, right? This should appeal to your sen
“Bunkie” — 0419benny
1:1 arquitetura:design
Box House by 1:1 arquitetura:design
Ideabooks679
Questions0
Maximized/beautiful interior design for a small space
concrete box. The structure was designed so that the room configuration could be easily redesigned. Designers Eduardo Sáinz Márquez and Lilian Glayna maximized the house for gatherings of the homeowner and friends.
“perfect rectangular design” — Subramani Kumar
Studio MM, pllc
Creek House
Ideabooks101
Questions0
entry elevation doesn't really hint at the openness that lies beyond. Only a few small windows — for a hallway and a bedroom — can be found here, maximizing the insulation on the cold side of the house.
“siding ideas” — conyboss76
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