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Birdseye Design
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Village Farmhouse
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cool example of old barn house merged with modern architecture
mix of old with new exterior
Angle and carport on new addition
This like it! New architekt with old!:)
Traditional home with extended updated extension. Flat roof between new and old roof
Modern addition to old house. Do not like design but good concept.
forms of the roof, and the way that the contemporary wraps to become the porch of the old building
old and new modern and traditional
Birdseye Design. The addition to the gable house opts to angle the roofline up and away from it, as if in deference to it. The porch covering unites old and new.
“Roof angle” — kirtianand
neely architecture
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Elverson Farmhouse
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mix of old and new. Stone.
Here the glazed hallway connects old and new.
connecting link in separate extensions is quite common. Links can be long or short, solid or quite open, as seen here. Here the glazed hallway connects old and new. Using an addition pavilion is particularly effective in situations where the preservation of existing structures is important. It’s difficult to
“Bridge” — Brian Fish
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-
Wow, old and new. Love it.
love this new addition to an old house concept
like Australia, it’s quite the opposite. Building codes in Australia are set up to encourage dramatic modern architectural gestures to distinguish old and new structures. Take the example shown here: a historic church from 1892 that architect Dominic Bagnato added on to with a supermodern structure. “The
cloverleaf vent. “To be transparent, we wanted to highlight the building, not destroy the facade,” Bagnato says. A black stairwell links the church to the new modern building, which contains the master bedroom.
“old and modern mix” — mrsjjsmith
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Found Associates
Private House, Cotswolds
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Modern addition to an old cottage
The seamlessness between old, new and environment
lives. “In my country it’s a rule always to remodel the old building to its former glory, but any additional building has to be modern,” medox73 says. “The idea behind it is that people have to distinguish which one is old and which one is new. It’s normal to see here 1800s-era buildings with completely
cottage with a twistWho knew a gem like this was tucked away in the English countryside? Designed by Found Associates, this house is a unique blend of old and new. But the most surprising thing about the renovation is the way the sleek, modern extension nestles unobtrusively into the landscape, its glass facade
“Nice” — Ed Kraynak
LDa Architecture & Interiors
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New England Contemporary
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old house integrated into new house
Old and new together
modernising old buildings
New with old exterior architecture
New England contemporary
eclectic new england
Combing old world with contemporary.
Here, an addition opts for contrast, with metal instead of wood and large expanses of glass. More regional modern architecture:Chicago | Austin | NYC | New York Metro | Seattle | OregonNorthern California | San Francisco | L.A. | Coastal L.A.
New England Contemporary
Modern with old...old and new...Old and modern
“steps in grass” — tfvbhy6
Bagnato Architects
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
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Hi Bagnato, I'm in love with this colour scheme and would love to use it on my new home. Would you be so kind to tell me what you used?
Glass walls fuse old and new, indoors and out, connecting the house to the pool area and the Moonee Valley beyond.
Dining room onto simple pool. I like the pavers and pool colour. House is quite old with a contemporary bottom
Glass walls fuse old and new, indoors and out, connecting the house to the pool area and the Moonee Valley beyond.
Glass walls fuse old and new, indoors and out, connecting the house to the pool area and the valley beyond.
“glass "rails", roof off back of house for outdoor space” — Kim Harper Fortner
Zugai Strudwick Architects
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Zen's House
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wall; they painted it gray and made it a prominent feature. “When you’re doing something new, it’s nice to have memories of the old building,” architect Lisa Strudwick says. “The juxtaposition of the old and new makes both look even better than they are.”The architects, who have backgrounds in urban
wall; they painted it grey and made it a prominent feature. “When you’re doing something new, it’s nice to have memories of the old building,” architect Lisa Strudwick says. “The juxtaposition of the old and new makes both look even better than they are.”The architects, who have backgrounds in urban
AFTER: The team gutted the house and reconfigured the floor plan, adding a second floor with a new main bedroom. In Sydney, where the weather is moderate most of the year, architects are always trying to create a seamless relationship between the indoors and out. Foldout doors afford the Adderleys an
“How cool are these windows that open up like this? Makes me feel like a treehouse/camping experience” — Cristen Ransom
Found Associates
Private House, Cotswolds
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integration of old and new. Simple and elegant!
side view of the combination & integration of the old building with the new extensive new building
Really interesting addition to an old English cottage
the path - for my house this would step down towards the old garage.
Nice contrast between old and new. Nice glass walkway between both.
addition should be distinctly different. Found is in the latter. “There’s nothing worse than replicating 100-year-old style; that’s not being very honest,” he says. “You have all these new building techniques and materials; why would you mimic a building in the past?”
England’s Cotswolds, was done with a sensitive hand, one that respected the existing 18th-century stone cottage, seen to the left, while establishing a new order in the modernized living quarters to the right.Borrowing from the existing stone exterior, the addition is a partner in the composition. Adopting
“Grass lawn raised to the level of the extension dropping down a level at the path - for my house thi” — iwaifandstrays
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