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Matt Garcia Design
Llano Exit Strategy
I like the low Maintenance siding and overhanging roof.
The butterfly roof cantilevers 6 feet out, creating a front overhang. The corrugated metal exterior contrasts with a warm plywood design inside.
love the overhang single plane roof...I like shed roofs...in elongated roof line...Long shed roof
SRM Architecture and Interiors
Fazan Vacation Home - Exterior
tin siding roof overhang & over windows
You might expect tropical beauties, a collection of succulents or plants with a strong architectural look to fill in the raised beds in this contemporary
Like the concrete blocks for plants...simple design and roof structure...Love the shed roof...roof lines...boxed plantings
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
H. City Residence with Gardens
courtyard space, defined areas with plants
No roof...Pergola plants...Without the plant rubbish...Like the creeping plants...POST PLANTING
Ignacio Salas-Humara Architect LLC
Trailer House Remodel
Solid roof leading to "broken" roof
Tin roof...Roof ideas...Rustic patio roof...Roof over deck...Metal roof panels...corregated roof/ceiling...Roof of tin...cedar beam porch, galvanized roof...Beams tin roof...Porch roof
Nick Deaver Architect
like the two different sloped roofs. like the simpleness of the
ridge with a skillion and lean-to roof. Visual interest comes from the juxtaposition of the separate planes of the roof angles.
shed roof?...roof design...perfect for vacation home...Shows how to support roof...Roof slope...Extended roof covering...Shed roof carport...roof pitch
planting areas...Simple clean lines, plant feature...roof design gathers light...Roof line
Dyna - Portage Bay
Between the roof deck and the smaller
Between the roof deck and the smaller balconies below, the homeowner gained about 450 extra square feet of living space. The roof deck has the best un
Roof top!...No pot plants...roof deck
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Tobin High Bluff Waterfront Remodel
The white roof is actually an off the shelf gutter, the grey roof has the built in gutter.
consult a local architect or structural engineer to help you design the roof system and calculate the loads that the hanger will be required to carry
you talking about the dark grey door covering or the white roof? I see drainage systems from both.
cool roof, painted batt and board