10,423 green living walls Exterior Design Photos

Sennikoff Architects
4 Reviews
Newport Beach Custom Home 02
Ideabooks10,750
Questions4
What kind of fireplace should we put in our living?
use of very small areas for plants that 'green up' the patio area
Wood on wall and table
outdoor living...brown wall 2nd for
“Muebles de jardín” — Cecilia Heredia
nancekivell home planning & design
4 Reviews
Rustic Cabin
Ideabooks1,966
Questions6
gorgeous red roof with dark live edge siding, mushroom trim
Live edge cedar siding
wall, trim and window color
Red roof,grey walls...moss green exterior...wall sconce
“Red roof and brown” — jillbeemer
blazemakoidarchitecture
Fieldview
Ideabooks4,240
Questions2
Inward facing plan for great internal courtyard living space; good blend from single to double storey. Wall material offers softer finish than white-wash.
Too big - but could live with the cleanness / glass / material
Where is the portal in this fairly complex modern house? It's on the right side of the photo, in an otherwise solid stretch of wall.
“International Style House” — alexwoford
Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
City View Residence
Ideabooks2,448
Questions4
suite supports a main floor with kitchen, dining, and living areas in one open space. Commercial sliding doors allow a 21-foot by 9 foot opening to a cantilevered deck and make the deck a part of the living space. A glass skylight and window walls bisect the house to create a stair core that brings natural
the exterior walls of the City View Residence to be 55% glass. Portland cement stucco and zinc panels side the opaque walls and modulate the scale of the house. A roof plane of sealed Douglas fir rafters and fir plywood caps the house with a warm natural material and shelters the walls. A warm pallet
garage to the west, we created an urban residence of 3925 square feet. A glass curtain wall that stretches across the east side of the house and turns the south and north corners was dictated by the environment; any walls used would have blocked the view to the City of Seattle. A basement designed to house
“Front” — ejocson
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Fish Creek Compound Guest House
Ideabooks2,706
Questions3
Like the design and contrast of materials here, and the narrow end wall. Sunlight can hit the back wall!
Carney designed a simple, rectangular, 980-square-foot floor plan, with a central living, kitchen and dining space, flanked on each side by bedroom and bathroom suites. He chose a simple shed shape, with a steeply pitched roof and deep
It’s made me a better architect.” See more of this homeDo you live in less than 1,000 square feet? Please share a photo of your house in the Comments section.
Size: 980 square feet (91 square meters); 2 bedrooms, 2 bathroomsWho lives here: Elaine and John CarneyLocation: Wilson, WyomingYou often
essential. It’s made me a better architect.” See more of this homeDo you live in less than 1,000 square feet? Please share a photo of your house in the Comments section.
“Very cool small cabin” — smcbride99
Lucy Call
My Houzz: The Thorns
Ideabooks351
Questions1
love the curved concrete wall and the glass walls
Concave curves are impractical, but I would like to have a portion of the Northwest wall be CONVEX
green through the window
curved wall and full glass
Curved glass wall...green accent wall...window wall
“New” — rk_krishnans
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
Ideabooks2,244
Questions1
passive and active green features. Sustainable elements include geothermal heating/cooling, rainwater harvesting, spray foam insulation, high efficiency glazing, recessing lower spaces into the hillside on the west side, and roof/overhang design to provide passive solar coverage of walls and windows. The
Materials on left side wall - is it stone?
walls look like wood stamped concrete
big chimney blocks / end walls
Outdoor floor same as striated wall
“landscape” — sdrhodes
450 Architects, Inc.
Sonoma Residence
Ideabooks3,844
Questions2
Purplish walls with red trim
lot's of green and plants - I'm not really turned on by sod and the perfectly landscaped yard with no plants.
Use the existing saud to build up a small wall next to the walkway
I like the short rock wall and stone pathway
rock wall
“Rock wall” — lizhainstock
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