19,725 creative use Exterior Design Photos

Beinfield Architecture PC
1 Review
House on Belle Island
What is the name of the white exterior color you used? It is absolutely beautiful.
Could you please share the type of stone used around the foundation and on the retaining walls? Thank you in advance!
a very tall structure w/cream hardy siding and creative use of rock
I like the use of the stonework continuing up the fascia
“Dark doors” — leeannesmith
Root Design Company.com
Bunny Run
Use of stone cladding
Creative use of materials.
Using stone with stucco?
“entry” — none
Hayne Interior Design
Creative use of elevation. Garden
“Colour” — linsloco
Merzbau Design Collective
1 Review
Casa Paraguas
creative use of metal work/ frame, lots of glass
“Greek revival” — kenz12998
lewis + smith
12 Reviews
Creative use of textures
“Flat roof 3” — Chris Steyl
Northwest Horticulture | Etera
Creative Uses for Etera® Sedum Tiles®
Creative Uses for Etera® Sedum Tiles®
William Wright Photography®.com Use Etera® Sedum Tiles® to create your own wreath or dress up cast iron urns.
creative planters
“Cedar shakes and red door combo” — jkelman0122
A Playground for Urban Dwellers/ Reuse of Milk Crates
of inventing a space that turns into a place where people meet, spend time and play. Its name comes from “playmobil”, a Lego styled child’s creative play toy. Using Milk Crates was like playing with big Lego pieces. Milk Crates are a fantastic material for many reasons; they are structural, light, modular
an iconic role in Melbourne’s cafe image and laneways. We believe that familiarity to a material plays an important role in engaging with it. PlayMo uses 3 different types of Crates. Black = platforms, Grey= stairs, Green=moveable. The Green Crates provide the undefined random element; people rearrange
Using milk crates for a fun public space. This was created by PlayMo in Australia.
community need. Interventions like PlayMo in Australia (shown) also bring life to dead and dangerous parts of a city. For PlayMo, milk crates were creatively used to create a temporary social space.
“Greatness” — barbaratoich
Emily Winters
Cabin at Green Bend Farm- Exterior
Once an old granary used to store corn, wheat and oats used for baking, this building was moved and restored using reclaimed cypress from an old water tower. Photo by Emily Winters © 2011 Houzz
Part of the original farm was an old granary used to store corn, wheat and oats. The building was moved along with the farmhouse and restored using reclaimed cypress from an old water tower. "Joseph's creative use of materials in the cabin is yet another example of his green spirit," says Patricia.
“A nice farm stand” — dbuck60
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