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plant in it. I think it could look good lining the walkway from the driveway to the front door. I also like the stepping stone slabs. It could make a good walkway from street to front door if we went with an updated MCM exterior look by painting brick and removing outside shutters.
landscape in one area could look like this
of the traditional Zen garden design, created by Laidlaw Schultz Architects, incorporates other elements such as chairs and a fire pit to make a Zen garden more livable.
house was built? If so, are you planning on adding it back on?
roofs in the past but at great expense. Do you have any experience with the type of metal roof that uses surface screws to attach it? I can't tell which type of roof you used here. My contractor is worried about potential leaking with surface fasteners.
mostly in a few details or in form, but are less specific in their articulation. Though this first house was built in the 1930s, it could easily be compared to many vernacular examples across the country. Notice the double-hung windows, characteristic of colonial revival yet lacking muntins (which divide
found in the stone features. Warm white acts as an offsetting backdrop to the green-brown window trim and rust-orange door. In small doses and with a light background, the '70s-like hues feel anything but dated.
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
both in new construction and in the existing renovation, were handled with great care to ensure an experience that is cohesive. Partition walls that once differentiated living, dining, and kitchen spaces, were removed and ceiling vaults expressed. A new kitchen island both defines and complements this
traditional ranch with large contemporary windows
right side built up...windows create harmony despite varying rooflines
ranch in Kansas sets up a strong distinction between old and new. The latter is tall and flat-roofed, where the former is one story with a gable roof. This contrast is furthered by the L-shaped opening that is visible to the right of the chimney. More modern chimneys
Gary Hutton Design
Gary Hutton Lagoon House
element in the expression of its style. Further, beams” “Eichler Homes bring the outside in.” “traditional Eichler fashion, architect Craig Hudson left the front of the house relatively void of details. The home was designed in a classic ranch style that is simple, structural, and very indicative of m
Indicative of this style is structural transparency, as can be seen in this Eichler-built home. Exposed rafters support a gabled roof, on which the tongue and groove roof decking becomes a key architectural element in the expression of its style. Further, beams supporting
Like this updated look. Exposed rafters. Love the entrance. Continuity in beams running from out to in.
Indicative of this style is structural transparency, as can be seen in this E
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
I had in mind for the pavilion... but we have to make sure that there is a "shear wall" in both directions.
modern and traditional
perfection in modern
Built in cupboards