823 lift Exterior Design Photos

Levin ResidenceIbarra Rosano Design Architects
view of the house illustrates how it is literally lifted above the landscape at a few points to let the desert flow underneath. The site is split roughly in half by a tributary valley, which was the driving force behind the architects' decision to lift the house and separate it into smaller volumes.
view of the house illustrates how it is literally lifted above the landscape at a few points to let the desert flow underneath. The site is split roughly in half by a tributary valley, which was the driving force behind the architects' decision to lift the house and separate it into smaller volumes.
PoolSteve Domoney Architecture
Think of a brise-soleil as blinds on the exterior of a home. It does the same heavy lifting of blocking out unwanted heat gain as interior blinds or curtains. Yet since the location is on the exterior, it blocks the heat from the sun's rays
Curtains. Think of a brise-soleil as blinds on the exterior of a home. It does the same heavy lifting of blocking out unwanted heat gain as interior blinds or curtains. Yet since the location is on the exterior, it blocks the heat from the sun's rays
Think of a brise-soleil as blinds on the exterior of a home. It does the same heavy lifting of blocking out unwanted heat gain as interior blinds or curtains. Yet since the location is on the exterior, it blocks the heat from the sun's rays before they even hit the glass and enter the interior space
Locomotive Ranch TrailerAndrew Hinman Architecture
dilemma: how to put a vintage 1950s 12-metre trailer next to a river without having it swept away by a South Texas flash flooding. Hinman responded by lifting the 1954 Spartan Imperial Mansion trailer 1.5 metres above the flood plain – 9 metres above the river onto concrete piers and building a new Swiss
Tom Kundig: Houses 2Princeton Architectural Press
This glass box can also become a wood box. The wood decks on three sides of the cabin lift "through a system of hydraulic winches, wire rope [ visible extending from each corner down to the deck ], pivoting sheaves, and lead blocks."
Kundig is the architect. This glass box can also become a wood box. The wood decks on three sides of the cabin lift "through a system of hydraulic winches, wire rope [ visible extending from each corner down to the deck ], pivoting sheaves, and lead blocks.
This glass box can also become a wood box. The wood decks on three sides of the cabin lift "through a system of hydraulic winches, wire rope [ visible extending from each corner down to the deck ], pivoting sheaves, and lead blocks."
Larkin Street ResidenceJohn Maniscalco Architecture
This is not a bifold door. This is what is known as a Lift & Slide Door - check out our ideabook for more examples ...
lift & slide door - hs portal lift & slide door
Lift and slide door
House in Santa Lucia PreserveCathy Schwabe Architecture
roof lifted in central section of ranch
roof lifted only at central section of ranch
Roof lifted in middle only
Hus-1Torsten Ottesjö
The house was built onsite but can be lifted and transported by road in one piece.
The house was built onsite but can be lifted and transported by road in one piece. Its insulation
The house was built onsite but can be lifted and transported by road in one piece. Its insulation is a mix of recycled newspaper and salt called Eko-Fiber.
Pond HouseElliott + Elliott Architecture
Not just for dry land, pilotis are also used to lift a home above a body of water. This use has been around for centuries; it is a common building practice for indigenous peoples living at a water's edge.
Lift and slide doors
Lift design
in the ground. A stone base provides a firmness and roots the house to the earth, while the roof pitch, windows, siding and the rest have a distinct lift that carries the eye upward to the sky. While on the one hand we feel at ease, on the other we are just a little bit nervous about floating away.
in the ground. A stone base provides a firmness and roots the house to the earth, while the roof pitch, windows, siding and the rest have a distinct lift that carries the eye upward to the sky. While on the one hand we feel at ease, on the other we are just a little bit nervous about floating away.
Lara Swimmer Photography - Affectionately referred to throughout the Quantum world as “The Massive Lift & Slide Project” this Seattle home allows for its inhabitants to experience the outdoors even while residing within. The 98 ft long custom wood window wall, when fully retracted, allows for a clear
clear opening of up to 60 ft. The entire living space can be opened up to the outside with effortless ease offered by the Lift & Slide doors. Completing the project’s window and door package are the second story windows. Here we can see Quantum Signature Series windows, impressive in Douglas Fir.
Lovely RenovationsSiena Custom Builders, Inc.
garage face lift
nice for a face lift
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