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FINNE Architects
18 Reviews
FINNE Architects
Ideabooks14,013
Questions8
3-acre site features the rocky shoreline of Lake Superior, a lake that sometimes behaves like the ocean. The 2,000 SF cabin cantilevers out toward the water, with a 40-ft. long glass wall facing the spectacular beauty of the lake. The cabin is composed of two simple volumes: a large open living/dining/kitchen
line on a site plan, and what level your land is, a survey is required to nail down what limitations are present on the site. An experienced local attorney could be necessary as well. Shaping the SolutionsWater shapes the aesthetics of nearby homes in several essential ways. Dimensional and structural r
waterside sites. This cabin is on a wooded 3-acre site featuring the rocky shoreline of Lake Superior, a lake that sometimes behaves like the ocean. The 2,000-square-foot cabin cantilevers out toward the water, with a 40-foot-long glass wall facing the spectacular beauty of the lake. The exterior is clad
“Metal” — poetprez
Tim Cuppett Architects
10 Reviews
Modern Farm House
Ideabooks4,824
Questions6
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The site also influenced the design. The house sits on the edge of a big field of wildflowers, nestled under live oak trees set far back from the street and neighbors. “Their site felt like it wanted that house,” Cuppett says. And because the most important room to the wife is the kitchen — she's an
on the site: under the live oak trees at the edge of the property and looking out to the pasture. He then designed the house around that. “When she’s in the kitchen, she’s looking at the best part of the site,” he says. The house is only one room wide to bring in sunlight and cross breezes from two sides
“Driveway” — janacat
Stephenson Design Collective
3 Reviews
Peninsula Shift
Ideabooks1,011
Questions0
allows site-driven issues such as weather, waste and quality concerns to be managed in a controlled environment. While the overall cost of prefab construction may not be lower than that of a structure built onsite, you’ll save time, as the structure and site work can occur simultaneously. This prefabricated
allows site-driven issues such as weather, waste and quality concerns to be managed in a controlled environment. While the overall cost of prefab construction may not be lower than that of a structure built onsite, you’ll save time, as the structure and site work can occur simultaneously.
construction site — of less than 10 percent. Because prefabrication ultimately requires shipping via roadway, the modules are inherently narrow. As seen in this project, they can be shifted and stacked to create interesting and complex spatial arrangements that respond to views and light. As you can see, narrow
“wood and blue gray” — janinelettieri
Joni L. Janecki & Associates, Inc.
Caterpillar House
Ideabooks468
Questions0
on its site and connects outwards to the Preserve’s landscape. We located the structure at the lowest point between surrounding hills so that it would be as visually inconspicuous as possible. Rammed earth walls, built using earth excavated from the site, define outdoor living spaces and serve to retain
with its site can respond to the local natural environment and even contribute to the area's biodiversity and ecology. By using resources already in the future building footprint (for example, using excavated dirt for rammed earth walls, as in this Caterpillar House) and by employing landscaping techniques
and the site can serve as an extension of the natural surroundings.
with its site.A rural home that is well integrated with its site can respond to the local natural environment and even contribute to the area's biodiversity and ecology. By using resources already in the future building footprint (for example, using excavated dirt for rammed earth walls, as in this Caterpillar
“This home looks at ease with the nature surrounding it. Rainwater collection and irrigation is one” — TreeHouse
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Pass Residence
Ideabooks1,022
Questions0
palette, the site slope and the surrounding materials, but solar panels generate electricity to heat the pool.
palette, the site slope and the surrounding materials, but solar panels generate electricity to heat the pool.
With any slope, whether dramatic or gradual, architecture has the ability to reinforce the natural site. When the built environment coexists with the natural environment, if seems as if the building
from the site, and we in turn feel more connected to the earth. See more of this houseTell us: How is your home integrated with its topography?More: Cliffside Homes Encourage Living on the Edge
“cAsa” — isabelsanturio
Travis Price Architects Inc.
6 Reviews
Price Residence
Ideabooks159
Questions0
to the site. This is a general rule, but in the case of mitigating bird strikes, it's helpful to consider trees and, if known, the paths of birds across the site. This house, by Travis Price, presents a predominantly solid wall by the entrance, which happens to be the most open part of the site.
“smaller scale horizontal siding” — inHabit Architecture and Design
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Orchard
Ideabooks2,992
Questions4
water. On-site storm water treatment, native and low maintenance plants reduce the site impact of this project. This project emphasizes the relationship between site and building by creating indoor and outdoor spaces that respond to the surrounding environment and change throughout the seasons.
water. On-site storm water treatment, native and low maintenance plants reduce the site impact of this project. This project emphasizes the relationship between site and building by creating indoor and outdoor spaces that respond to the surrounding environment and change throughout the seasons.
water. On-site storm water treatment, native and low maintenance plants reduce the site impact of this project.”
“not sure is this is particularly attractive for a home exterior” — scanmod
Becker Studios
7 Reviews
Glen Oaks
Ideabooks1,380
Questions1
refers to a site’s distinctive atmosphere. Several of the early modernist landscape architects practiced in California, and their designs represent a sensitive response to the climate, topography and vegetation of the region.
refers to a site’s distinctive atmosphere. Several of the early modernist landscape architects practiced in California, and their designs represent a sensitive response to the climate, topography and vegetation of the region.
“view” — fathemeh
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