14,179 media wall design Exterior Design Photos

Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Spur Road - Edina, MN
environment for staying active year-round. The fun continues in the sunken media area featuring a game room, 110-inch screen, and 14-foot granite bar. Story - Midwest Home Magazine Photos - Todd Buchanan Interior Designer - Anita Sullivan Landscaping - Outdoor Excapes
An abundance of living space is only part of the appeal of this traditional French county home. Strong architectural elements and a lavish interior design, including cathedral-arched beamed ceilings, hand-scraped and French bleed-edged walnut floors, faux finished ceilings, and custom tile inlays add
what window treatments were used in the middle level 'wall of windows' on side?
Are the stone walls stacked or is something holding them together
“rock wall” — Paula Lind
Moore Architects, PC
Monroe House
room, craft room, exercise room, media room and a wine cellar. To minimize the mass of the house, the architects designed low bearing roofs to reduce the height from above, while bringing the ground plain up by specifying local Carder Rock stone for the foundation walls. The landscape around the house
house further anchored the house by installing retaining walls using the same stone as the foundation. The remaining areas on the property were heavily landscaped with climate appropriate vegetation, retaining walls, and minimal turf. Other LEED elements include LED lighting, geothermal heating system
goal was to get the project LEED certified. Even though the owner’s programmatic needs ultimately grew the house to almost 8,000 square feet, the design team was able to obtain LEED Silver for the project. The first floor houses the public spaces of the program: living, dining, kitchen, family room
“Exterieur” — Genevieve Roy
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Lake House
significant expansion and renovation. Keeping a portion of the original house intact, the expansion provided the owners with an indoor/outdoor pool, media room, home office, and master bedroom and bath suite. Photo Credit: Dan Walsh
I like the roof and the indoor/outdoor design of the pool
cool pool design - close to patio.
example of stne wall capped with clean toop with planter on end
“swimming under cover” — abethell
Kirkpatrick Architects
31st Street Residence
Mixed media, windows, and indoor outdoor space
and away from the big wall of glass doors.
When the outdoor space is at ground level, and the architectural design doesn't allow for a
I like having a wall that could be opened up so the living room space could be connected directly outside
open air to the upstairs open window wall to the back yard
slight pitch, even if it's only ⅛ inch per foot, away from the house and away from the big wall of glass doors.
house. And while you're at it, make sure that the patio has a slight pitch, even if it's only ⅛ inch per foot, away from the house and away from the big wall of glass doors.
When the outdoor space is at ground level, and the architectural design doesn't allow for a full-length overhang, a narrow transition strip between inside and out will likely do the trick. A gravel bed with a drainage channel below can be an effective way to keep water from building up and running into
“Layout” — collette2009
Wagner Design Studio
4 Reviews
Wagner Residence
house. Universal design people pull up paraplegics via rope. Creativity for putting rock wall on the side. Direct lighting
Add a fun feature — like a climbing wall. We know this isn’t
Rock climbing wall outside of the house
don;t shy away from activity for sake of traditional design!
Put a climbing wall on a hidden two storey exterior wall
climbing wall on the side of the house
fun feature wall BUT also the shade canvas...
11. Add a fun feature — like a climbing wall. We know this isn’t for everyone, but if you are an avid rock climber, it could make sense to invest in a climbing wall at your own house. Want some other fun features to consider? Try a skateboarding ramp, a lap pool or a bocce court.
“cool idea” — clarmcarthur7
Shouldice Media
Photo Credit: Shouldice Media Builder: Great Lakes Frame Company Designs by: The Barnswallow Company
Great design for tower . Don't like bottom .
color of stone on main wall
Walkout with walls...Shouldice Media
“Walkout with walls” — brownnm
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Vermont Cabin exterior
CABIN Location: Jamaica, VT Completion Date: 2009 Size: 1,646 sf Typology: T Series Modules: 5 Boxes Program: o Bedrooms: 3 o Baths: 2 o Features: Media Room, Outdoor Fireplace, Outdoor Stone Terrace o Environmentally Friendly Features: Off Grid Home, 3kW Solar Photovoltaic System, Radiant Floor Heat
then returns to her home which rests on the top of the mini-mountain. With stunning views of nearby Stratton Mountain, the home is a ‘Head & Tail’ design, where the communal space is the ‘head’, and the private bar of bedrooms and baths forms the longer ‘tail’. Together they form an ‘L’, creating an
What material and how is the design?
application would be used as an accent to break up the tall geometry of the wall ~ JDGarch
“color” — berm
WA design
8 Reviews
Berkeley Courtyard House
So the wall is concrete, clad with Corten or is it just a concrete footing? How thick is the Corten?
build a smaller wall in front of the concrete wall and landscape it
Landscape design and industrial building in background
Concrete and steel cabin? Cor-ten steel retaining walls
steel planter walls, the overhanging roof supported by the red slanted steel columns... Love the whole design!
mounds of airy grasses, corten planter walls
the column at left is echoed in the north wall of that building and the part of the living pavilion across the way.
Once again we see grasses used as a terraced ground cover, but here they are used to soften the uncompromising Cor-Ten steel retaining walls. The height and color of the grasses are
“cladding” — athelmer
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