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Robert Young Architects
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bordered on three sides by water, wetlands, and woods. The client asked us to design a house with a minimal impact on the pristine landscape, maximum exposure to the views and all the amenities of a year round vacation home. The basic requirements of each space were considered integrally with the effects
This tree is almost a piece of sculpture in the way it frames this cleanly-designed home. The home's boxiness plays off the wavy nature of the branches, and the entryway gets a nice arched botanical ceiling.
Perched on a bluff overlooking Block Island Sound, the property is a flag lot at the edge of a new subdivision, bordered on three sides by water, wetlands, and woods. The client asked us to design a house with a minimal impact on the pristine landscape
“Wood steps to entrance” — litram
Knight Construction Design | Chanhassen, Minnesota
15 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks16,473
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cedar entry and garage doors added warmth and style. Final touches of natural stone, a paver stoop and walkway, along professionally designed landscaping. This home went from ordinary to extraordinary! Architecture was done by KBA Architects in Minneapolis.
How do you make a split entry not look like a split entry? Several challenges presented themselves when designing the new entry/portico. The homeowners wanted to keep the large transom window above the front door and the need to address “where is” the front entry and of course, curb appeal. With the
Knight Construction Design | Chanhassen, Minnesota
Our home is a raised rancher with about a 4 foot drop to the ground. We are removing a too small porch and want something more. Any ideas would be helpful. Thanks
“entryway and colours” — Emma Snowden
mark gerwing
Sunshine Canyon house
Ideabooks2,996
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what is the square footage on this home? Also, floor plans?
Siting the home within the slope of the lot and placing large boulders and indigenous plantings around the perimeter makes the home appear as if it has grown up out of the land.
While the focus here has been on traditionally designed homes, brown can work for more modern aesthetics, given the right
right circumstances. It's ideal for a home such as this one, which is rooted in place and employs natural materials. As such, it follows many of the tenets of the Prairie and Craftsman styles even if its form and structure are more International style.More ideas for exterior paint colors
“stone, gorgeous frame” — maryjamieson
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
25 Reviews
West Bellevue
Ideabooks8,695
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trying to paint a mediterrean style home in jamaicia really love these colors
I photographed this home some time ago. The best I can tell you is tan & white. Your paint store can help you figure out the details.
Brown isn't just for horizontal and vertical sidings. It lends itself to a stucco exterior, especially in a more traditionally designed home. I find that, because of the lack of detail and the monolithic quality of stucco, it's best that the color be lighter. Dark brown would simply be oppressive
“Color” — nworthington
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
20 Reviews
Nathan Kipnis Architects, Inc.
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calculated overhangs for passive solar control and integrated solar thermal panels for the domestic hot water and radiant floor systems. The design is an Energy Star 5+ home.
"This home is by architect Nathan Kipnis, who has spent the last several decades designing homes that rely on the sun for heating and other power needs. In this home, Nate orients the long face on an east/west axis to make sure that the home gets a lot of sun throughout the day. The design incorporates
This home is by architect Nathan Kipnis, who has spent the last several decades designing homes that rely on the sun for heating and other power needs. In this home, Nate orients the long face on an east/west axis to make sure that the home gets a lot of sun throughout the day. The design incorporates
“"This home is by architect Nathan Kipnis, who has spent the last several decades designing homes tha” — risris
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
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I know designers do not typically share their floor plans, but I would love to see a rough sketch of this home. I have a 980 square foot home that needs renovating and I love how you were able to fit the needs of the family in
How much would it cost to build this home???
I would love to build this home. What was the cost?
support it. A deep green roof covered in vegetation would provide fantastic insulation. You would need an engineer to run the numbers to see if your home can support a green roof. It would also be helpful to contact local contractors who might specialize in green roofs, or see if you can find any who
Inspiring! Shows that a family can be comfortable in a small home - though not feasible for the long haul as kids grow.
“Color of wood” — Curtis
Shannon Malone
Exterior
Ideabooks3,285
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Charming home! Who is the manufacturer of the windows please?
I like the tower & variations "People like buildings that allow them to transition gently from inside to outside." The couple designed their home with plenty of porches and large shallow steps, allowing
this looks like a friendly home
transition gently from inside to outside." The couple designed their home with plenty of porches and large shallow steps, allowing their family to enjoy the outdoors, while still enjoying the comforts of the indoors.Houzz call: Share your creative family home with us.
“Windows” — mmbtulip
Helios Design Group
3 Reviews
High Street front
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The entry and sidelights were custom designed and built by the contractor's sub. Sorry I don't know who that was. Thanks for asking!
entry door design with side windows
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Home styles from the 18th and early 19th centuries are perfect candidates for white exteriors. Whether colonial, federal, Georgian or Greek revival, these home styles are emblematic of the age of enlightenment
“size of window box” — mollydumler
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