30,031 using space Exterior Design Photos

Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
modern exterior architecture
Ideabooks10,300
Questions4
Hi - what is the material used for this garage door?
What materials did you use for driveway?
Over the carport use of space
use of glass
“Estilo costado” — Jorge Zevallos
Ryan Rhodes Designs, Inc.
1 Review
Magnolia Residence
Ideabooks1,493
Questions1
Love the cleaver use of space.
Good use of materials.
Nice use of different textures
use of timber, concrete
“open concept” — chsortman
Rustic Exterior
Ideabooks680
Questions0
Use of extended porch allows for more useful outdoor space without the need to heat/cool it.
I love the use of stone and wood
use of steep pitch
“Love” — kjayjay
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Cole Valley Hillside
Ideabooks20,118
Questions12
Any information you can provide regarding the fascia use would be greatly appreciated !! Thank you in advan
What material are used? I have an existing Wood door (in So Fla) shhhh...!! Magnificent Design and and as they say, "imitation Is the highest form of flattery" Love to
Great use of wood siding!
Use of space
“horizontal siding for boxout” — Nikota Home + Garden
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
Showhome 2010 - 2
Ideabooks8,811
Questions7
Can u tell me what was used to make window boxes?
What is the product used for the metal/copper roof material and where
idea for studio - a large side window similar to this - with interior window shelf a bench - good use of space for studio
Use of copper, shingle, circular vent, and coverage on eaves
“Copper steel roof” — nichollek
Ron Yeo, FAIA Architect
San Marino Residence
Ideabooks784
Questions1
Shade trees are essential to a nice outdoor space.
use of space...Use the trees!
“new home” — ardens
Paul McKean architecture llc
neal creek residence
Ideabooks1,071
Questions0
Volumes & use of material
Hidden outside/inside space.
use of space
“Structure” — marableviste
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Ideabooks382
Questions2
l Style in Virginia and constructed in 1934, the renovated house transitions into the 21st century with ease and grace. By opening up the interior spaces and adding an expansive pool terrace that overlooks the woods of this secluded neighborhood lot, the home feels as modern now as it did when it was
Using minimal space with taller plants. integrating the architecture
like this a lot. Feels modern but still would still compliment more traditional houses. Painted brick seams like upkeep... might be better to just use a natural light brick?
“landscaping” — ameyers
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