4,514 family living room ideas Exterior Design Photos

Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton, California Estate by Markay Johnson Construction
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indoor/outdoor living so easily. Distressed walnut floors span the main living areas, numerous rooms are accented with a bowed wall of windows, and ceilings are architecturally interesting and unique. There are 4 additional upstairs bedroom suites with the convenience of a second family room, plus a fully
“Good use of HardieBoard w/ trim by windows” — mikeweisbrot
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Idaho Lake House
Ideabooks11,190
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loft opening to family room and sliding wall open to patio
could really open up the sunroom to the dining/living area
Outdoor Living...Like the door idea
“Everything” — marcigrebing
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
The Brown Residence
Ideabooks6,281
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Windows bumped out. Floating ceiling. Living redo
I like the ideas of cactuses and other plants like it by the pool.
Pool could be a few steps down from great room but still clearly visible
percent of the materials used on this project locally." For example, he sourced the mesquite for the flooring and the floating accent wall in the living room from nearby Tucson."Other sustainable elements of the home include the tight envelope, high-efficiency systems, light control systems, and overhangs
work in concert with large windows that make the most of the natural light," says Byrnes. Clerestory windows connect the rooms to the outside and spread natural light from room to room.
“Landscaping” — parryma
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
22 Reviews
Elk Ridge Lodge
Ideabooks4,320
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spaces below. The kitchen was designed to serve as an extension of the great room, constantly connecting users of both spaces, while the Dining room is still adjacent, it was preferred as a more dedicated space for more formal family meals. There are numerous detailed elements throughout the interior of
that support an overhead rail bridge spanning the width of the great room, all framing the spectacular view to the Spanish Peaks Mountain Range in the distance. The layout of the home is an open concept with the Kitchen, Great Room, Den, and key circulation paths, as well as certain elements of the upper
Designed around a number of principles; sense of presence, quality of detail, and durability, the monumental home serves as a Montana Legacy home for the family. Throughout the design process, the height of the home to its relationship on the ridge it sits, was recognized the as one of the design challenges
“everything” — Holly Slay
Frederick Phillips and Associates
Tower House
Ideabooks450
Questions0
small lot idea, bedrooms 2nd fl, living 3rd fl, terrace top, parking storage wrkshp trees bamboo etc below
Small house over many floors + living room on top?
stacking the house functions. As with Villa Savoye, the ground is dedicated to the car and entrance, while the roof is dedicated to the garden. The living spaces are raised above the bedrooms.
stacked the functions.The ground and top floors, respectively a carport and a terrace, are open; the sleeping area is on the second floor; and the living area is on the third floor — an inversion of the norm. The stairs are placed in a concrete core at the back of the house, so each floor is made up
stacking the house functions. As with Villa Savoye, the ground is dedicated to the car and entrance, while the roof is dedicated to the garden. The living spaces are raised above the bedrooms.More about this house
“Living over portacochere” — jluhern
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Caterpillar House
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All the water needed for a living building project must be collected onsite. This can be accomplished through a variety of techniques, including cisterns, which collect rainwater from rooftops. But to generate enough water to live in desert climates, water collection and storage
Whoa! I like these humongous tanks!! You could practically live in them!
All the water needed for a living building project must be collected onsite. This can be accomplished through a variety of techniques, including cisterns, which collect rainwater from rooftops. But to generate enough water to live in desert climates, water collection and storage
in all places, advocacy is a major part of accomplishing this petal’s requirements. There are great regulatory success stories that have come out of Living Building Challenge projects as a result of advocacy on the part of project teams to bring codes up-to-date with current technology.The hope is that
“If only... lovely big water cisterns would provide us with what we need throughout most of the year.” — Penny V.
BattersbyHowat Architects
Bonetti Residence
Ideabooks159
Questions0
the street — shields an articulated inner courtyard that is lined with wooden slats. This space is configured to accommodate outdoor entertaining and family activities. Expansive frontal views are primarily from the courtyard while potential views beyond the site have been carefully framed to provide privacy
particular view of hillside planting and the rocks that are embedded against the house. The potential sprawl and warren-like nature of a large single-family house is addressed by connecting the modulated interior spaces, while a large double height volume cuts a swath through the house.
use guest room as buffer to m 29?
“wood decking” — leahbartlo
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Howe Park Passive House
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Exterior view of the living room in the first Passive House in Milton Keynes. Designed for Milton Keynes Parks Trust, and completed in summer 2012, Howe Park Passive House is the probably the most airtight building in the UK, achieving 0.07 air changes per hour. This 5 bedroom family home replaced a burnt
environmentally sustainable and at the same time aesthetically pleasing. The house was built for Milton Keynes Parks Trust who have rented it to a lucky family. It has been constructed from and clad with sustainable timber, The exterior cladding is Kebony. It has high levels of insulation, high performance
which can be sourced from http://pinerivergroup.com/kebony/. Also, high levels of insulation, solar panels and lots of glass align with my current ideas.
“h1” — parker3089
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