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Beard + Riser Architects
exterior view from rear
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I'm living in Southern Louisiana and have an all metal house and need to reinsulate the inside. What methods did you guys use. Thanks.
Love the siding... Live the lay out
Rare is a house covered completely in corrugated metal. In most cases it is used selectively for walls or roofs. This house in Spring Hill, Mississippi by architects John Beard and Dale Riser exhibits this predilection, even as the various materials work together in this contemporary rural home.
“Love this green house idea” — diswhiz13
Michael Knowles, Architect
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Port Orchard Residence 07
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can I use roof metal for siding
I have a log house with a 2 car detached garage - garage sided with T-111 long time ago (before me) and it is now in need of new siding. I don't want to use T-111 again but need to blend in with a log house and I saw this siding used in a Cottage Living mag. so,
I'm on a limited income and my income is only one so I need something that isn't going to cost a ton. can you give me some prices, can I use roof metal on side, does it need painted (want to avoid that). email address is barbara_easttn@yahoo.com. thanks.
Mix of galvanized and wood siding. Rain gutters in galvanized - steel beam holding up roof.
I-beam supports, metal roof, wood slats
“used around doors and windows” — jeaninardi
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Randy Brown
Randy Brown Architects
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exterior of laboratory house - kitchen, dining room, living space
Green house like bridge between stpaces
I have this step already, but still saving. 3. Find some land. Where do you want to be? How do you want to live? What are you looking for? Maybe you want that house in the mountains
So, cool. It would make anybody want to live on some uneven land just, to be able to have this design implemented.
The shape and design of the house is just absolutely stunning and lavishly greenly surroundings.
NebraskaThe cube-shaped living space of Randy Browne's Laboratory House projects out into the landscape for a stunning view. Bridges and stairs connect the disparate elements of the house.
3. Find some land if you need to moveWhere do you want to be? How do you want to live? What are you looking
“design” — yopaulie
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Sonoma Barn - Front Shading
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I live in Texas where shade is a precious commodity. Love this screen idea but can't see how the screen works. Is it a free standing frame that sort of arches over the house? Or does it attach on the roof? Also, different topic, how are the overhangs over the door attached
Creeper over mesh to screen roof?
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building Lab, inc.
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shoup residence + office compound
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significant part of extensive green building credentials. These include myriad reclaimed, non-toxic and sustainably sourced materials and a solar thermal system servicing both domestic hot water and hydronic heating. In 2008, Build It Green featured the property on a green home tour. Aside from the container
od. Living here remains a dynamic balance between embracing the community and maintaining privacy. Since this was intended as a live/work compound, the building needed to accommodate an office, a residence, as well as retain its workshop. It was a tight fit even for a bachelor—the living and dining
meeting space and lounge for bL’s crew. Growth in the business and a diminishing enchantment with the 24hr comingling of my personal and professional lives compelled phase one of expansion. This took the form of a retired freezer shipping container which we transformed into an office located in the back
“container building. Flatter roof like Aaron's house-interesting siding materials.Patio outside door.” — pinta1
SRM Architecture and Interiors
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Fazan Vacation Home - Exterior
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I would love to incorporate your image into a presentation (Trends in Outdoor Living) I am doing for the Shade conference in Phoenix. Is there any way you could please send me this image (approx. 1200x800 pixels is fine) to: kathry
different exteriors with shed roof toward pool
Roof, colour...Soffit, Roofing...roof type...roof line...green building
“Stone veggie planter box” — mbrombart
John Hill
Vanderbilt Studio in Brooklyn by Adjaye Associates
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modern, old, reuse, urban, infill, walkability, green
answer to Central Park, also designed by Frederick Law Olmsted), but it is very close to the neighborhood's own Fort Greene Park.
The green secret of city living: walkability. Living in a dense urban area offers one distinct advantage over rural neighbors — namely, the ability to walk nearly anywhere
Fort Greene, Brooklyn, New YorkWalk Score: 98Walker's ParadiseBut other boroughs score just as high, most notably Brooklyn. Fort Greene is one of many neighborhoods in the borough that has been gentrified to a greater or
You can even get the Walk Score for your neighborhood, which takes into account things like proximity to markets, parks, shops and restaurants. Fort Greene, Brooklyn, where this home shown is, scores a 98: "Walker's Paradise." Read more about neighborhood walkability
“variety of materials” — starstyl
Maxa Design
Tonimbuk Residence
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corrugated metal roof
indoor-outdoor living
green Grass...outdoor living...sustainable living
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