8,200 falling water Exterior Design Photos

Chu+Gooding Architects
Santa Monica Canyon
Ideabooks2,238
Questions1
Reminds me of falling waters famous house design.
Zware expressie - Falling water style
It like fall water village.
“Power” — mdunkosi
Krannitz Gehl Architects
1 Review
Stair Tower with skylight runoff water feature
Ideabooks5,150
Questions3
Stair Tower with skylight runoff water feature
Water feature with stone fed by rain
The water fall is stellar...Water fall...water falls...silo water feature really cool...Water fall drop off roof...Water feature...Water fall
“circular stairs, waterfall” — btimrud
Alan Tanksley, Inc.
Vail, Colorodo residence
Ideabooks6,636
Questions3
Outdoor seating area, water fall in pond, and mix styles
nice combo wood, stone, grass, water
Water feature...overlooking water...Nice play on Falling Water...water fall. mini style....balcony overlooking water feature, deck
“materials” — aluapmt
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Scott Pease Photography
2 Reviews
Exteriors
Ideabooks8,610
Questions1
I love all the water and ponds, it
Falling water...Water feature...The water is really cool...Interesting use of water...The water fall...love the water fall...the awesome water feature...Water fall
“Like” — allycas5
Scott Pease Photography
2 Reviews
Exteriors
Ideabooks3,488
Questions2
the water feature is directly beneath the upper balcony with the fireplace. interesting..
falling water inspired...Water feature
“Like” — allycas5
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
The Residence
Ideabooks1,797
Questions0
radiant system composed of several hundred feet of tubes filled with hot water embedded into the concrete floors. The fa├žade is made up of composite board
"Falling water" feel ~futuristic exterior, shows modern inside with glass (love window
The wall and cantilevers are clear in this view from the water. Of course the slope that creates the split-level condition is also apparent
plinth that negates the sloping site while being reflected in the nearby water. The darkly colored plinth recedes and almost disappears, creating the illusion
The wall and cantilevers are clear in this view from the water. Of course the slope that creates the split-level condition is also apparent
“exterior glass” — janaboot
Nick Mehl Architecture
9 Reviews
Nick Mehl Architecture
Ideabooks6,400
Questions9
Generally, no. A slope roof is better to shed water,easier to waterproof and provides an attic space to hide mechanical equipment
Falling water inspired. wood siding
“Roof top deck” — dhlite949
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
treehouse
Ideabooks304
Questions0
Falling water
“feel the aroma” — Fumbula John
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