82 television lift Exterior Design Photos

Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
8404 Westmont
I have a 1950's stucco raised ranch that I am ready to give a face lift to. If you'd be kind enough to share the paint colors please...
Face lift
“Rock columns” — katiegwatts
Dungan Nequette Architects
5 Reviews
Anderson Pool
cook-house or thunder house and is a jewel and almost year round inhabited room great for cooking and entertaining with a large fireplace and of course television for football games for these avid Auburn boosters.
“Rancho” — andiegzzr
JWT Associates
4 Reviews
M-G Residence
Photography by Lee ManningHouzz at a GlanceWho lives here: A professional couple in the television and technology industriesLocation: Los AngelesSize: 3,026 square feet (281 square meters); 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms“My clients bought the home for the large, private backyard and pool, and wanted easy access
“pool” — ejholmberg
Seattle Architect Specializing in Custom Homes
Best of Houzz 2014
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Kolbe Windows & Doors
Cashel Estate
lift and slide
Schweizer Associates
522 Taylor Street
on the left, built in the 1930's. The cottage (stucco exterior) was renovated and informed the design of the new dwelling. It also received a face lift to create compatibility between the old and the new, but replacing the asphalt roof shingles with standing seam and by adding cedar shake to the gable
“Porch” — jebost
Nico van der Meulen Architects
House Tsi
The ground floor was purposely lifted above the landscape to improve the views of the garden, and to create level differences in the ground floor plane.
“Cantilever beam support balcony” — Betty Caswell
Timothy Corrigan, Inc.
3 Reviews
Cape Cod West
about the "privacy" aspects of a large expanse of glass on the front of your house...you're thinkin of closer to the road...you can limit the view by lifting the bottom of the windows...making three small instead of ONE large...just to make you think !??
“The view of it” — Nilufar Pourhosein
Chad Chenier Photography/Make It Right
Frank Gehry Make It Right Foundation
Frank Gehry, whose design for Pitt's Make It Right foundation is pictured here. The house is fairly subdued for Gehry, but its combination of being lifted up on stilts (not apparently high enough, given the 8 feet of water that inundated the Lower Ninth Ward, where it's located) and having solar panels
“Solar panelling” — kewaldeshpande
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