79 cylinder Exterior Design Photos

John Hallett Architect
House in Bragg Creek
Ideabooks266
Questions0
There are two main questions behind the reasons that cylinders are rarely used in buildings
how do they relate to the rest of the house, both in expression and in plan? In the case of the former, most cylinders are stairs, which makes sense. In the latter case, we’ll see that cylinders can project in front of adjacent walls, like the glass-block one here, or be almost flush with them; sometimes
reasons that cylinders are rarely used in buildings, much less houses. What goes inside them? And how do they relate to the rest of the house, both in expression and in plan? In the case of the former, most cylinders are stairs, which makes sense. In the latter case, we’ll see that cylinders can project
“Art Deco turret” — 4gonzales
Krannitz Gehl Architects
Stair Tower with skylight runoff water feature
Ideabooks5,065
Questions3
Amazing cylinder with fountain above the slim window
Peirced/cleft cylinder shape for flowing waiter!
************tower or 'cylinder'
One of my favorite cylinders on Houzz is this stone stair that the rest of the house hinges upon (we can see three wings from here); it incorporates a fountain above a slender window.
Stone cylinder...stones cylinder...Cool cylinder
“super cool waterfall” — kris964680
B + O design studio, pllc
6 Reviews
Althea Way House
Ideabooks470
Questions3
that red cylinder is capturing rainwater...
A view at the back of the house reveals that to be the case. The bright red cylinder on the right is fed by pipes from the
A view at the back of the house reveals that to be the case. The bright red cylinder on the right is fed by pipes from the roof above.
view at the back of the house reveals that to be the case. The bright red cylinder on the right is fed by pipes from the roof above.
A view at the back of the house reveals that to be the case. The bright red cylinder on the right is fed by pipes from the roof above.
“rain cistern” — jecro
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
12 Reviews
Kurth Residence
Ideabooks192
Questions0
Cylinders can also give the eye somewhere to rest on an elevation. Imagine this facade of numerous horizontal layers without the vertical cylinder. Like a chimney, it anchors the composition.
“The walls” — hamadboureki
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Villa Nuevo
Ideabooks2,166
Questions1
house, the siding also gives the walls a unique texture, like pinstripes that give the horizontal building some vertical oomph. Note the silo-like cylinder in the background at right. An educated guess would be water tank. Another view of the house ...
the siding also gives the walls a unique texture, like pinstripes that give the horizontal building some vertical oomph. Note the silo-like cylinder in the background at right. An educated guess would be water tank.
house, the siding also gives the walls a unique texture, like pinstripes that give the horizontal building some vertical oomph. Note the silo-like cylinder in the background at right. An educated guess would be water tank. Another view of the house ...
“wow superb” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
rear View
Ideabooks827
Questions1
much freedom as possible for interior configuration. Seen in this house is a sharply executed arrangement of elements. The chimney is a floating cylinder, the walls above the windows appear to float, and the forms appear to enclose indoor as well as outdoor spaces. Windows are grouped or stretched in
as much freedom as possible for interior configuration. Seen in this house is a sharply executed arrangement of elements. The chimney is a floating cylinder, the walls above the windows appear to float, and the forms appear to enclose indoor as well as outdoor spaces. Windows are grouped or stretched in
“International” — kasey_1
David Ling Architect
3 Reviews
Amagansett
Ideabooks179
Questions0
This Long Island, New York, house, designed by architect David Ling for himself, includes a cylinder that sits behind a slatted wood wall.
“Adrian's house” — mcreno
Allen Construction
10 Reviews
3 Palms Project
Ideabooks291
Questions2
here is 3 Palms, the house of actor Bryan Cranston; it aspires to achieve both LEED Platinum certification and Passive House standards. There’s a cylinder in the middle of the main elevation, signaling the entrance and breaking up the facade into smaller volumes.What’s LEED All About, Anyway?
“khareji” — erfanfrj
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