3,393 glass tile seattle Exterior Design Photos

Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Beatbox
This small project in the Portage Bay neighborhood of Seattle replaced an existing garage with a functional living room. Tucked behind the owner’s traditional bungalow, this modern room provides a retreat from the house and activates the outdoor space between the two buildings. The project houses a
If you are referring to a door with integral blinds (in between glass) we do not recommend that as it puts a mechanical system that can break in a location that is very hard (and very expensive) to get at.
sliding glass door - can be up to 8 to 10 feet wide.
Sliding Glass Doors The sliding glass door
Sliding Glass Doors The sliding glass door has got to be the most ubiquitous patio door. Made up of two framed glass panels that slide past each other, this door can be seen on contemporary
“Door” — cbroth1
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
Lake Washington
How do you install clear cedar in Seattle that is stain/rain resistant?
varnishes work great but are a lot of work! If your okay with some aging/weather showing go with the pentrating oil finishes. Dalys finishes in Seattle has many options. Good luck!
These are 12x24 tiles of black slate.
This house is just up the street from our seattle house
Grey tile - overhang with grey & wood
12x24 tiles of black slate on exterior - could use as accent or wall on Shoshonee
“Stone” — Weinstein Construction and Design, Inc.
Home Escapes
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"Home Redefined, Inside & Out" Servicing Northern Virginia
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Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
City View Residence
to the north, the skyscrapers of downtown Seattle, and the bustle of Harbor Island, and Mount Rainer to the south. Working with the existing footprint and foundation, and adding a garage to the west, we created an urban residence of 3925 square feet. A glass curtain wall that stretches across the east
Residence uses an advanced hydronic radiant heating system, solar shading glass, and high efficiency appliances and mechanical systems to reduce energy use. The reuse of the existing foundation system expedited permitting at the City of Seattle and saved construction cost and materials. The City View Residence
Project Location: Seattle, WA - Project Size: 3,925 SF - Project Cost: $340/SF - Photographer: Michael Shopenn An old WWII era house in West Seattle with a very small footprint had one obvious recommendation for a buyer who called us in 2005; a sweeping view of the City of Seattle. The view from the
“Front” — ejocson
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Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Portage Bay
rooftop and water-level decks extend and maximize the main living space. The materials for the home’s exterior include a mixture of structural steel and glass, and salvaged cedar blended with Cor ten steel panels. Locally milled reclaimed untreated cedar creates an environmentally sound rain and privacy screen
All the openness of the space and glass
Houzz Tour: Big Bay Views Buoy a Seattle Floating Home (1 / 13) The home was tugged away to nearby Ballard, Washington, where the work was completed, then tugged back
layout. The result has two glass sides wide open to spectacular views of bay waters, the University of Washington and the mountains beyond. Floating Houzz at a Glance Who lives here: A woman and her cats Location: Portage Bay (between Lake Washington and Lake Union), Seattle Size: 1,200 square feet,
“Design” — nicgitti
Jim Burton Architects
4 Reviews
Capitol Hill House Front
glass going two storeis and tying it together
solar is great for cloudy seattle! Sustainable design. "A misconception about design in Seattle is that solar doesn't work," says architect Jim Burton. "In fact, Seattle has more usable solar, on an annual basis
ideabook by Jim Burton Architects by Jim Burton Architects 1. Sustainable design. "A misconception about design in Seattle is that solar doesn't work," says architect Jim Burton. "In fact, Seattle has more usable solar, on an annual basis, than Germany, which has the most solar per capita in the world. With
I've always thought that solar panels wouldn't work well in a cloudy climate, like Seattle. You certainly educated me (: And great design! But Perhaps some landscaping could be taken into effect... It would certainly add more appeal to this
“If it was different colors it would give more of a Tim Burton feel to it.” — ninjalettegaby
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Port Ludlow House
along a high bank, with a wonderful view of the water. The main living volume is completely glazed, with 12-ft. high glass walls facing the view and large, 8-ft.x8-ft. sliding glass doors that open to a slightly raised wood deck, creating a seamless indoor-outdoor space. During the warm summer months
profiles. The house has a number of sustainable or “green” building features, including 2x8 construction (40% greater insulation value); generous glass areas to provide natural lighting and ventilation; large overhangs for sun and rain protection; metal siding (recycled steel) for maximum durability
Hi Kris, Thanks for your question about the Port Ludlow project. We use a very good structural engineer: Swenson,Say Faget in Seattle. The roof overhangs are achieved with cantilevered supports, some using only wood beams and rafters, others using steel beams and wood rafters. The
“Dos plantas” — comunicadora
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Knowles Residence - Exterior
floor. I want to transform the look of our boring house into something like this picture with a shed style roof and the combined use of wood, steel, glass and stone. What can I expect to spend on that type of project? Can NW contemporary be "affordable"?
High Glass, Integration with existing house
Another Seattle residence illustrates how roof overhangs are often linked to abundant glass at the exterior wall and outdoor space below. This example is pint-size compared to the previous two Pacific Northwest ones, so it's good to see that these roofs can happen at various scales.
overhangs on a house by Coates Design Architects in Seattle do more than put a modernist stamp on the structure. They also protect it from the Pacific Northwest's driving winter rain and mitigate hot summer sun.
“Glass entry” — ianmirfield
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52
Can you give me details of the tile roof? Love the subdued color.
Are these roofing tiles segments that are used around the fountain surround?
barrel type tile, walls too white?
same leaded glass window from the outside
would like the door to have glass like the window on the left
The classic look of the colors and tiles and roof lines
entrance, big glass doors to formal living
Front door with glass at top
“Crisscross iron windows” — April Gomez
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