164 ceiling truss Midcentury Exterior Design Photos

Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
Ideabooks1,416
Questions2
View of the family room from the backyard. Floor to ceiling windows allow maximum light and a feeling of openness that brings the outside in. All new trims, baseboards and doors in the redone family room. All new, modern lighting was installed. Heated du chateau flooring was added. The fireplace was
High ceiling, boards on ceiling, fireplace location, Glass walls. White.
Eichler feel home, floor to ceiling windows
Floor to ceiling windows and natural light
Seen here from the backyard, the family room gets an amazing amount of natural light during the day — floor-to-ceiling windows like these are one of the most loved features of classic Eichler homes.
“Glass to gable natural light & continuity spline” — Roesler Associates,Inc./Architects
Ann McCulloch Studio
1 Review
Mid-Century Remodel & Interior Design
Ideabooks1,739
Questions4
Fireplace colors wood ceiling cement floor
love the extended eve which has same ceiling effect as interior, drawing eye from inside to out
Same ceiling material inside and out
wood ceiling in outdoor room, mid-century roof profiles
wood ceiling inside & out
floor-to-ceiling windows
Love wood ceiling...wood ceiling
“Outdoor room and fireplace” — hettleb
make architecture
Dwane
Ideabooks1,812
Questions1
It's by Flos- the All Light Closed http://usa.flos.com/individualProduct.php?type=&cat_name=Wall+Ceiling&seriesID=106&cat_id=5&Dname=&family=&related=&tag=&tag_name=
I like the grey ceiling/white beams look as well
Low slope ceiling for pool
painted wood ceiling
Painted ceiling...ceiling color
“Diadromos exterior” — George Palierakis
Keycon, Inc
1 Review
Palo Alto | Eichler Kithchen & Bath Remodel
Ideabooks844
Questions2
glued to the wood ceilings and then commercial drop ceilings, which conceal added HVAC ducts and frolled iberglass batting. I have been in a neighbors' house with just the celotex panels and their house is much hotter. I would love to removed all of this and expose the original ceilings and keep my cool
style. Eichler employed several architectural firms to design wood post and beam structures that allowed the placement of large expanses of floor-to-ceiling windows, open floor plans and seamless relationships with the outdoors. In the 1950s and 1960s, the Alexander Construction Company filled Palm Springs
style. Eichler employed several architectural firms to design wood post and beam structures that allowed the placement of large expanses of floor-to-ceiling windows, open floor plans and seamless relationships with the outdoors. In the 1950s and 1960s, the Alexander Construction Company filled Palm Springs
“Door color” — dbohren
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Donald Drive Residence
Ideabooks2,112
Questions6
Is this architectur considered to be an A-Frame, if not, how would you define this pitched roof with all glass, high ceilings?
back floor to ceiling windows
floor to ceiling windows
roof line high ceilings
Mid century vaulted ceiling
Floor to ceiling window
“Windows” — Susan Ha
Alison Damonte Design
Palo Alto Eichler
Ideabooks150
Questions0
vaulted ceilings and doublesided fireplace as room divider, floor to ceiling windows
floor-to-ceiling glass
Cathedral ceiling...vaulted ceilings
“roofline, windows, stone patio” — Randi Tatsch
Design Platform
15 Reviews
Hornstein Residence
Ideabooks5,375
Questions8
high central ceilings but still one story
Change roofline to raise ceiling in front room and porch
open windows at entry. Vaulted ceiling seems a must for ranch style if possible
floor-to-ceiling windows
“exterior outdoor” — nali22
Nest Architectural Design, Inc.
3 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks1,264
Questions2
The light from above is through 2 very large skylights. The exposed wood rafters run across the ceiling and the light filters through them.
Love the walls of floor to ceiling windows - perfect for a home with a view.
Back patio- alfresco ceiling
floor to ceiling window
“exterior paint color with white under eaves” — Candace Kelly
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