1,334 sky Exterior Design Photos

CITYDESKSTUDIO, Inc.
4 Reviews
Modern Lake Home
Ideabooks1,520
Questions1
earth and sky. Neither a part of the earth nor the sky, a white box sits at the rise of a hill to create a middle ground and contrast between nature and humanity.More:Roofs Connect Earth and SkyHigh Style for Real LifeWood Home Exteriors Branch Out
“Rear view windows” — dan1george
Wheeler Kearns Architects
Fire Lane Retreat
Ideabooks8,780
Questions13
starry sky, twinkling votives or lightning bugs. Casting small pools of light in a random pattern encourages informal circulation and gathering. Take care to use this approach sparingly. In this example the regular pattern of the lighting in and on the flanking structures is what makes the irregular
starry sky, twinkling votives or lightning bugs. Casting small pools of light in a random pattern encourages informal circulation and gathering. Take care to use this approach sparingly. In this example the regular pattern of the lighting in and on the flanking structures is what makes the irregular
starry sky, twinkling votives or lightning bugs. Casting small pools of light in a random pattern encourages informal circulation and gathering. Take care to use this approach sparingly. In this example the regular pattern of the lighting in and on the flanking structures is what makes the irregular
“Love the staggered step lights” — srbeack
Crisp Architects
36 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks4,410
Questions4
as blue sky in summer to blankets of white snow and gray sky in winter. Live in a snowy area? Consider a creamy off-white, something with a bit of yellow in it, in lieu of a stark white. The creamier color will give your home a strong presence and stature whether it's surrounded by the grays of winter
as blue sky in summer to blankets of white snow and gray sky in winter. Live in a snowy area? Consider a creamy off-white, something with a bit of yellow in it, in lieu of a stark white. The creamier color will give your home a strong presence and stature whether it's surrounded by the grays of winter
“Light yellow, white, dark green” — rebeccamarie1
LDa Architecture & Interiors
5 Reviews
New England Contemporary
Ideabooks6,798
Questions4
of the sky to the ground and allows the "two houses" to remain deferentially scaled to the outdoor room. Now imagine for a moment if a linear reflecting pool was added on axis at the center of the lower lawn merging the earth and sky at the connecting loggia.
of the sky to the ground and allows the "two houses" to remain deferentially scaled to the outdoor room.Now imagine for a moment if a linear reflecting pool was added on axis at the center of the lower lawn merging the earth and sky at the connecting loggia.
“Cedar shingle” — kvlaovic
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Main House
Ideabooks6,892
Questions9
As the sky gets darker, the house starts to glow, becoming visible from far distances. More photos of this home:
Some roofs both hug the land and reach for the sky. This roof aspires to what's above while, like a tent, it is tethered to the broad prairie. The absence of a shadow at the gable ends
roof sky
“Architecture” — mima32
box architecture
Box Architecture
Ideabooks428
Questions0
earth and sky. A simple roof form with simple windows and doors keeps the home cozy and humble while the two brick chimneys make sure we don't forget the sky above us.
“garage” — Angela-Nicholas Swan
Kenny Craft, CNU LEED AP
1 Review
Baird House - South Main CO
Ideabooks264
Questions0
all that sky. A minimum of detail in a monochromatic palette keeps us focused on the important stuff, just a simple yet powerful shape that reads all the more clearly against that crisp blue sky.
“like how the cornerboards show up” — Nancy Watson
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Caterpillar House
Ideabooks2,951
Questions5
to the sky. It starts to carry us aloft like the wings of a jet plane.Tell us: What's the roof like on your home? Does it lift you upwards? Does it tether you to the earth? If you could, would you change it?Next: More devices in the architect's toolboxBrowse inspiring home designs
wide open skies in every direction, take advantage with windows all around. Just don't throw stones.
“Facade” — felicitygg
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