999 Symmetry Exterior Design Photos

Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
6 Reviews
Princeton Restoration
Ideabooks5,588
Questions8
front door and black shutters and symmetry
Depth, color symmetry (roof and slate walk)
Depth and Symmetry The center section extends beyond the main body of this house, which is equally divided on each side of the entry, with a minor sunroom set back on a third plane. This front entry works because the columns on the front porch continue the strong symmetry of the facade and add
Depth and SymmetryThe center section extends beyond the main body of this house, which is equally divided on each side of the entry, with a minor sunroom set back on a third plane. This front entry works because the columns on the front porch continue the strong symmetry of the facade and add
“It's like our house” — denisepuente1
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2005 showcase
Ideabooks6,138
Questions8
side to side. Small differences add interest and keep things from being too static.Explore how architects create and use symmetry in their designs.
Here we can see the symmetry, chimneys, ornate entry and grand scale, but also evident are dormers with pediments (semicircular ones, though triangular
Symmetry gives stature and importance. From the hipped roof and chimneys to the dormers and window placement, everything about this design makes us focus on the middle, or center line. By drawing our eye to the center and then up to the Palladian window, the front of this house appears prominent, elegant
Symmetry. Stand in front of a mirror and look at yourself. Now draw an imaginary line down the middle of your face and torso. Chances are good that your left and right sides match and that you're symmetrically composed. Not too symmetrically composed, mind you — there
“Dormer window” — kvandussen
Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
Strauss Residence
Ideabooks3,569
Questions4
I love the symmetry of this house and the soft colour of the bricks
beautiful symmetry of this home's architecture.
symmetry, long porch but no stone build up
Asymetrical symmetry.
This display is perfect with the beautiful symmetry of this home's architecture.
“contrasting window group” — jkmoody
Lori Smyth Design
4 Reviews
Exterior - Front of home
Ideabooks6,019
Questions3
I love symmetry of this house. Very elegant.
Symmetry extends into the landscape. Don't stop at the house walls; bring symmetry to the garden and plantings as well. Use potted plants as dots. Hedges that fan out create a foreground; pencillike trees frame the entrance sequence. A crushed stone path, our center line, leads to the front door as
“Entry to show builder” — megpins1
Richard Manion Architecture Inc.
Desert Estate
Ideabooks4,391
Questions5
Symmetry makes me happy
Arch. Symmetry.Pop outs
Villa feel, symmetry
“Roof” — francie3711
Richard Manion Architecture Inc.
1930s Colonial
Ideabooks8,380
Questions8
Perhaps you want to communicate a more formal and elegant persona, as the white color, symmetry and Chinese Chippendale does here.
Symmetry is restful and relaxed. There are no shifting planes and overlapping volumes that cause our eyes to jump around, never settling in one spot. Instead, our gaze
love symmetry of bay windows
“balcony” — auntdolly
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Exterior
Ideabooks1,348
Questions0
Here is some slightly off-kilter symmetry, probably an attempt to meld the furniture with the space. The fireplace and photo determine the central axis, but they don't quite align with the double doors in the foreground. This situation is aggravated by the placement of the couches (aligned to the doors)
Here is some slightly off-kilter symmetry, probably an attempt to blend the furniture with the space. The fireplace and photo determine the central axis, but they don’t quite align with the double doors in the foreground. This situation is
“gevel laat licht binnen en dieven buiten” — chantall
Neumann Lewis Buchanan Architects
Lombardy
Ideabooks1,019
Questions0
The symmetry, chimneys, entry, dormers, three-part window and grandeur are also in evidence in this house. One difference can be seen in the roof form; both hip roofs and gables are common with Georgian-style houses.
Georgian Symmetry
“Love classic” — cassireese
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