32 automobile Exterior Design Photos

Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Carcary Residence
Ideabooks2,539
Questions3
cooler than neighborhoods without street trees, reducing the heat-island effect and lowering energy needs. Shaded driveways and parking lots keep automobiles cooler, reducing emissions from fuel tanks and engines.
cooler than neighborhoods without street trees, reducing the heat-island effect and lowering energy needs. Shaded driveways and parking lots keep automobiles cooler, reducing emissions from fuel tanks and engines.
“The cottage is nestled behind grand oaks on an old brick-lined street just steps from the bay. When” — Julie Mahle
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Fairfield House
Ideabooks281
Questions0
to shine and be that sculpture we love. And all that extra space lets us park it just so, making sure we catch just the right view of our beloved automobile as we gaze at it from inside.
to shine and be that sculpture we love. And all that extra space lets us park it just so, making sure we catch just the right view of our beloved automobile as we gaze at it from inside.
“Carport” — blissfit
Creative Architects
8 Reviews
Historic After & Before
Ideabooks17,165
Questions11
felt grounded and related more organically to the landscape. His other ideas, such as Broadacre City, preceded and aligned with the influence of the automobile.This house may be familiar to many Americans, for this fashion stretches from coast to coast and survives in many forms. A generous front porch is
“Residing for the house. Color scheme black white and grey.” — Chris Zarecki
Suzanne MacCrone Rogers
Old English Country Architecture
Ideabooks49
Questions0
vintage automobile
“Barn doors” — stout5
Ville Savoye
Ideabooks150
Questions0
here transposed to a static object anchored in place. The ground-level exterior walls of glass are curved to accommodate the turning radius of an automobile and visually disappear, increasing the illusion that the home is floating above the landscape. And the space between the glass wall and the pilotis
here transposed to a static object anchored in place.The ground-level exterior walls of glass are curved to accommodate the turning radius of an automobile and visually disappear, increasing the illusion that the home is floating above the landscape. And the space between the glass wall and the pilotis
“Short window strips upstairs, austere” — kroyle
reliques.online.fr
Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre Photography - The ruins of Detroit
Ideabooks49
Questions1
....as they say on their website "At the beginning of the 20th Century, the city of Detroit developed rapidly thanks to the automobile industry and until the 50's, its population rose to almost 2 million people. At this time, it was the 4th most important city in the United States. During the 60's,
“read more info” — catherinemd
Bud Dietrich, AIA
11 Reviews
california dreaming - the exterior
Ideabooks473
Questions0
the style is that it is a synthesis of Spanish colonial, Craftsman and Prairie architectures incorporating a semirural lifestyle dependent on the automobile. Its mid-20th-century proliferation coincided with the expansion of the suburbs all across the U.S., when land was inexpensive and an expanding highway
“Garage door painted to match” — alexisrogers
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Woodside House
Ideabooks771
Questions1
communities and to invite natural systems back into urban places.The challenge asks designers to design projects with humans in mind, rather than automobiles. How would we design our homes, offices and communities if we relied a little more on human-powered transportation and public transit? In addition
“All the container pots.” — lornajsimpson
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