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RUFproject
3 Reviews
Gulf Islands Residence
Ideabooks2,969
Questions1
We are building a contemporary home similar to the one below, a huge beam across the front would look gorgeous.
Square design and stone used for the exterior wall
potential 2nd floor addition idea. glass front
Alaskan yellow cedar beams lend log cabin style to the final design. “The job of an architect is very complicated," Pearson says. "You have to be cost conscious; understand structure, materials, design; and combine all that into something you really can build. There’s contracts and legal structures around
“windows” — mathieucarriere
Merzbau Design Collective
1 Review
Casa Corbino
Ideabooks2,196
Questions4
A view of the front porch, clad in recycled travertine pavers from the LBJ Library in Austin. Exterior paint color: "Ocean Floor," Benjamin Moore. Photo: Whit Preston
sorry I don't recall the stain brand/color. Thanks, J.C. Schmeil, AIA | LEED AP Merzbau Design Collective
The windows are Andersen 100 Series composite windows. Thanks, J.C. Schmeil, AIA | LEED AP Merzbau Design Collective
Simple design - could work if painted columns
patio cover - needs to be longer but the idea works
AFTER: He gave the exterior a new paint color and extended the porch to create more seating space. Travertine tile recycled from LBJ Library at the University of Texas at Austin covers the porch, which was rebuilt and reframed with double rafters and Douglas fir columns. Paint: Ocean Floor, Benjamin
“Bungalow, craftsman” — Cheng Vue
Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
New House - Wayne, PA
Ideabooks5,854
Questions3
Can this design be modified to fit my home? I would like it to cover the walkup and the back door. My home is less than 2 years old and I have been looking for a enclosed solution like this. https://drive
Like the dark trim. Special home:)
Homes of a traditional design create less abrupt transitions between the house and the sky. The upward "V" shape of this gable as well as the chimney pointing skyward all create an intersection that's blended rather than severe. It speaks to accommodation rather than separation and lifts rather than
“The stone arched deck! Wow!!!” — sbusfield
Matthew Frederick - M. Frederick L.L.C.
Bucks County
Ideabooks3,804
Questions2
I would love this as a summer home
split rail fence/stone house/nice gate design
your home was built and how it may have changed over the years.But the most helpful pace of all may be your local library! In this age of digital information, it's almost shocking to realize that some information is actually easier to find in person. Old town records, original photographs of homes, historical
Research your home's history. First check with the State Historic Preservation Office to find out if your home is a historic structure, if you're not sure. This is important, because any changes you are considering making will be affected by your home's historical status. You can also go to your city
with help from your local reference librarian.Try your local historical society, too. An active historical society can have a wealth of information on homes in the area. Many of these societies do not keep an office with regular hours, so try emailing or calling the contact person, who will probably be happy
“reja entrada” — emepe
david phillips
4 Reviews
needham studio - dphj.06
Ideabooks3,661
Questions6
adjust to moving into a smaller home?
Can this stone style be achieved on an existing shingled home?
Is there a type of faux i.e. lightweight stone in this type of look that can be applied to an existing home? (currently has shingled exterior)
Beautiful home! What kind of stone is this? Thank you.
located above casement windows on the north side. There is a second entry to the rear courtyard. The "Studio" is linked to the main house through a library hall for reference books. This link can be seen on the left side of the front entry. The link roof is copper. All in all, a wonderful space, but
foundation. In your opinion, would this be a suitable stone to achieve a cohesive look? I am originally from New England, I like the look and the idea of incorporating this stone into our Atlanta build.
“white exterior trim” — Catherine Respess
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Park City, Utah Mountain Estate by Markay Johnson Construction
Ideabooks3,256
Questions3
and a freestanding floor to ceiling three sided stone fireplace. This home was designed with every detail in mind showcasing an elegantly appointed dining area, floor to ceiling bookcases with wood stained paneling in the den library, custom millwork, cabinetry and wood flooring throughout. The walk out
exclusively designed retreat with great entertainment in mind, while the home opens up to beautiful vistas of Promontory Point hillside. This home features two separate two-car garages, one showcasing car lifts for the sports car enthusiast and the other for living. From the courtyard one enters the home enveloped
Thank you for the question. The home is located in an area where they get a lot of snow as it melts, ice forms. The section of roof you are referring to is a heated section of metal roofing
“Deck” — mommydiaz
Quantum Windows & Doors, Inc.
39 Reviews
Quantum Windows & Doors | Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects
Ideabooks20,194
Questions1
Connection between parts if house idea
lots of light and incorporates the natural environment into the home
I like this for maybe a small library/den
New Mexico ideas...Future home ideas...Great idea...Bridge idea Windows
“Love it” — betsyrosenfield
Contemporary Exterior
Ideabooks6,809
Questions5
I like this balcony idea, cause we plan to do a porch and a second storey balcony, but seems the balcony is limited within 4 square feet
Great design for balcony over porch roof
tucked balcony idea begottened image from houzzer Fred S
possible extension idea
library over...Dream home...balcony idea...great porch idea...Bonita idea....Loft idea
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