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similar in design and have been told it's colonial. But this is not what comes to mind when I hear that word.
Who designed this house? Is the house plan available for purchase? Thanks so much!
A native English style despite the name, Italianate fashion reflected a slightly less formal aesthetic, as you can see here in the rusticated exterior walls. Italianate and Gothic revival styles are considered to be part
name, Italianate fashion reflected a slightly less formal aesthetic, as you can see here in the rusticated exterior walls. Italianate and Gothic revival styles are considered to be part of the Picturesque movement and are meant to be slightly less formal than other Renaissance styles.
Italianate. In this modest but elegant British home, decorative brackets under wide eaves and a belt line establish its identity, along with detailed moldings around the windows. An intimately proportioned classical entrance surround exhibits the signature Renaissance arch. A native English style despite
“Everything” — jodydurfee
Todd Davis Architecture
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Traditional Exterior
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it feel contemporary and stylish. The historical detailing remains, but the contemporary house numbers subtly reinforce the modern design statement made by the choice of paints.
This hip update of a traditional Italianate Victorian in San Francisco's Mission district is a great example of taking a completely original facade (aside, perhaps from the
traditional Italianate Victorian in San Francisco's Mission district is a great example of taking a completely original facade (aside, perhaps from the garage, which was most likely added at a later date) and making it feel contemporary and stylish. The historical detailing remains, but the contemporary house
modern design statement made by the choice of paints.
“sf” — dianastaylor
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
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Corralitos, CA
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, CA, designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli. Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements connected to each other, in order to create the
paint. The design includes solar panels, radiant heating and an overall healthy green approach. Photography by Marco Ricca.
“Colores” — Homero Rodriguez
Naylor & Son's Plastering Co. Inc.
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know who designed this beauty !!
style home design you'll find in Pelican Hills, Pelican Crest areas in the beach town of Newport Coast adjacent to Newport Beach California. They have many Top notch Architects that design those homes (over 10 very good ones and 30 good ones) Keep in mind that to achieve this type of finished product It's
interior designer and Builder to execute his masterpiece home. Don't be shy to ask them for a ton of references of past projects in the style you are aiming for.
Italian Renaissance Window trims and lower moldings
Italian Renaissance. This newer California home demonstrates several characteristics unique to Italian Renaissance fashion established in the early 20th century. This house might also be called Mediterranean, though that term is more of a category than a style. (Mission, Spanish eclectic and Monterey
“landscape” — cathyleigh
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
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Corralitos, CA
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, CA, designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli. Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements connected to each other, in order to create the
paint. The design includes solar panels, radiant heating and an overall healthy green approach. Photography by Marco Ricca.
mix of contemporary (or almost adobe/santa fe) with california rustic
“colors” — labtrainer
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
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Corralitos, CA
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, CA, designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli. Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements connected to each other, in order to create the
paint. The design includes solar panels, radiant heating and an overall healthy green approach. Photography by Marco Ricca.
“Inclined wall” — abaccus
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McGinnis Design Group, Inc. and can be found on houseplansandmore.com
like the design of this house
of the Italianate. It’s obviously simpler in detail, but the theme is still achieved with the cupola (towered element), the minimal cornice bracket with a frieze detail and the cleverly contrasting brick frame around each window.
of the Italianate. It’s obviously simpler in detail, but the theme is still achieved with the cupola (towered element), the minimal cornice bracket with a frieze detail and the cleverly contrasting brick frame around each window.
“Italianate” — skylera2
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
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Corralitos, CA
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, CA, designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli. Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements connected to each other, in order to create the
paint. The design includes solar panels, radiant heating and an overall healthy green approach. Photography by Marco Ricca.
“Stairs” — lottastaffan
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