1,339 book nook Exterior Design Photos

Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Montlake
Ideabooks6,853
Questions3
built-ins, trim, books, nooks, rugs, art
“Porch stairs” — tigerbug
Penza Bailey Architects
7 Reviews
Caves Valley Three
Ideabooks1,191
Questions0
for our "dining nook" off kitchen??? kinda cool...
Love the curve nook from outside view
Love it. Wonder what it is. Breakfast nook? Sunroom?
round breakfast nook? or curved breezeway?
Outside of circular breakfast nook
Mud room/study nook
“Curved wall of windows” — mjmeyer
Shannon Malone
Exterior
Ideabooks3,729
Questions5
The house is based on ideas in a book called A Pattern Language by Christopher Alexander. I need that book!
finishes, fabrics, layout, windows, nooks, built-ins, colors
“Color” — twboehm
Northern Virginia Contractor
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TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Idaho Retreat - Gate House
Ideabooks3,746
Questions1
It looks like a story book cottage especially with the stone walls.
story book home 1...Story Book House...Charming, StoryBook...Story book cottage
“Home” — Muneeb Munawar
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Dwell Exterior
Ideabooks1,415
Questions1
affordable modern houses. Modern Modular, a new book from Princeton Architectural Press, highlights 14 of the dozens of prefab houses they've realized. This ideabook looks at a handful of those to get at how their modern modular design works and see what the book offers.
challenge to 16 architects to design a prefab house for less than $200,000. Allison Arieff — editor at Dwell at the time and the author of the 2002 book Prefab — penned the foreword to Modern Modular; she recounts how she developed the challenge with real clients. This situation meant that, unlike with
challenge to 16 architects to design a prefab house for less than $200,000. Allison Arieff — editor at Dwell at the time and the author of the 2002 book Prefab — penned the foreword to Modern Modular; she recounts how she developed the challenge with real clients. This situation meant that, unlike with
“Container” — Paskalee
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Ellis Residence - exterior
Ideabooks8,042
Questions3
Outside CMU walls extend from the house like arms; in this case a seating nook is created near the entrance.
Pacific Northwest, this house incorporates concrete masonry units selectively. Outside CMU walls extend from the house like arms; in this case a seating nook is created near the entrance. Inside ...
“ext” — gin20may
Liquidscapes
14 Reviews
Rugged Retreat
Ideabooks2,369
Questions0
Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in
Tell a Story With Design for a More Meaningful Home (4 / 8) Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in
Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in for tea.
“Great stairway” — peechtchr
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
East Jefferson Residence
Ideabooks6,350
Questions1
This house combines the sideways front door with a decorative privacy screen — a solution that’s pure genius in my book. The slats were placed farther apart at the top of the screen, filtering views in a way that’s much friendlier than equidistant slats — or a solid fence
decorative privacy screen — a solution that’s pure genius in my book. The slats were placed farther apart at the top of the screen, filtering views in a way that’s much friendlier than equidistant slats — or a solid fence
This house combines the sideways front door with a decorative privacy screen — a solution that’s pure genius in my book. The slats were placed farther apart at the top of the screen, filtering views in a way that’s much friendlier than equidistant slats — or a solid fence
“Modern privacy screening” — John Twigg
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