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Remick Associates Architects + Master Builders
1 Review
Transparent Link
Ideabooks2,111
Questions0
article about connecting house broken into bedrooms and living rooms, connect this with a glass
glass-enclosed walkway connects these two parts of the project.
Amazing connection between old and new, or public and private
The breezeway is fabulous for connecting buildings
See through space connecting various areas.
Openness and the connection between dwellings
for a group of friends. With this situation it was necessary to create private suites in addition to the communal spaces. A glass-enclosed walkway connects these two parts of the project.
“Glass” — aliceduncan
Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
Horse Farm
Ideabooks5,867
Questions7
main house connected to guest house via porch.
connect guest house to main house
Like how the home is connected to guest house making it feel like one home. HardiePlank "Artisan" is the siding with
Like covered walk connection to garage
I like this very much because of the linear extension of the house which is connected by a breezeway.
“add a garage” — lisayoder5
JLF & Associates, Inc.
Snake River Residence
Ideabooks8,920
Questions2
Connect house to garage with greenhouse
This is my favorite way to transition from one part fo the house to another, this would be a good way to take an existing home add an addition that's not connected, and connect.
Sunroom to connect to studio or to master bedroom
Connecting one building to the other, greenhouse
Lovely connecting space - could be a sunroom if properly vented? French doors....
in midwinter. Lightening up a connecting space like this will flood the adjoining spaces with natural light, too.
9. Reimagine the breezewayTreat your roofed outdoor passage more like a greenhouse for a dose of sun and light, even in winter. Lightening up a connecting space like this will flood the
“Glass breezeway” — gorilla2014
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks5,783
Questions2
the connection between house and garage
Curved house, connected but separate areas
Like the connection to the annex
glassed in connection between house and garage
2 areas of the house connected by a breezeway. :-)
angles of connection
Connection breezeway
connection to house
“Curved house, connected but separate areas” — pviningpg
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Covered Link
Ideabooks1,771
Questions1
two sides of homes connected by a breezeway
breezeway connecting original family room to addition
Connection allows traffic and is enclosed
second story connection from house to garage
This breezeway happens on the second floor, connecting two halves of the house and providing outdoor seating. The room below doubles as a breezeway when all the doors are open.
“Love the cat walk” — whmc
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Pickering
Ideabooks1,244
Questions1
Sue: Connect two cottages = one large cottage. 2 Bedrooms + 1 bath on one side; then Living Room/Kitchen
enclosed breezeway to connect buildings
sun-room/gallery/connection to master suite
Connection between house and garage
Connecting two structures
Connecting room...Connective sun room
“Window hallway” — FPP Carpentry
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Exterior Deck
Ideabooks12,096
Questions2
Deck that connects to garage area? cool.
the connection between the two buildingg
How one deck connects to the other
This is one part of a system of multilevel decks that connect the cabins in this camp. I love the view of the forest with the lake shining through the trees.
15. This is one part of a system of multi-level decks that connect the cabins in this camp. I love the view of the forest with the lake sparkling through the trees.
“slant edge” — roseatespoonbill
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
Ideabooks1,209
Questions4
detached garage connected to garage conversion of house
The breezeway that connect the two buildings.
breezeways connecting rooms of the house
connection added between house and garage for snowy winters!
This allowed them to landscape along the front of the house, further connecting the indoors and outdoors. The large bank of windows you see on the front of the house is where the attached garage used to be. The new breezeway connects a second existing three-bay garage to the main house, a necessity during
“The siding vertical!” — marianadoyle
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