868 green living roofs Midcentury Home Design Photos

Merzbau Design Collective
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Wild Basin exterior
I've been trying to get ideas to add height to a patio. It's difficult with a low roof line.
There is a gutter at the back of the patio roof, with downspouts (visible on either side of the sliding door) that connect to pipes that carry the water under the patio and out into the yard, some
Flat roof. Colored posts. Under roof boards. 2 ceiling fans.
“painted beams” — Capitol Group
Nest Architectural Design, Inc.
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Mid-Century Modern
Open living / dining, private areas
Love the colour scheme and angled roof line
love the slanted roof
Deck, sloped roof, high windows
Slanted roof Use of glass
Glass Walls and Roof
and the slanted roof
Skillion roof, family gathering seating
slanted roof top...slanted roof...love roof line...simple roof...roof line...Roof lines...Roof extending over...flat roof...shed roof
“dak” — chantall
1958 Mid Century Modern Living Room Remodel
1958 Mid Century Modern Living Room Remodel
The original limestone fireplace is the focal point of the room and extends to the lower level walkout living area. The color scheme of the decor is inspired by the authentic abstract pieces as shown, grouped with organic teak and Danish rosewood accents.
This is an amazing sofa, who makes this green sensation?
the top of the shed and raise the roof?
Love that shade of green on the coach
Good idea for splitting living and dining area
“bookshelf as divider” — hudsonsb
Ann McCulloch Studio
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Mid-Century Remodel & Interior Design
What is the gable roof line called when it juts out more at the peak
I believe this is called a "prow roof" - it's a common feature in mid-century architecture. Thanks for looking at our projects.
Like roof lines. Could put in retractable screens for patio
The flow from addition square footage to outside living space
Living area build out, patio, fireplace.
wood ceiling in outdoor room, mid-century roof profiles
rustic porch with live edge trim awesome
fireplace in corner of office and living room. We lose a little window
good scale outdoor living, connected to
“Back of house” — artistguru
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
How much/what kind of insulation in the roof? Both sprayed on open and closed are falling out of favor due to not holding up, cost, performance...what could you get to be in the 38-40 R, value in a roof like this? What windows can the average person get, also?! Thank you
I am writing an article for the Wisconsin State Journal, Madison, WI and I found this living room shot. Do you happen to have a high-resolution image (200 DPI, print size or larger) that you could send me at tpaprock@madison.com? Also, could
I love the way the grey pushed the green forward..
pitched roof, windows up to ceiling (gables?)
This is what our garage would probably look like if it became the living room without changing the roof line or dimensions.
“Ceilings and wall color” — marilavergne
Madero Doors & Hardware
International Style
Can you tell me what you used for roofing?
like the shape of roof. don't like fornt entrance
4. low concrete walls add to size of house. fat concrete columns high entry roof add drama at entry.
live how it draws you in to the front door
Nicely done. Love green door. Reminds me of Japan.
contrast, little green
Green door with frosted glass
lime green front door
Green door...green front door...green front door
“Plainess” — shenad24
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
Where can I find those chairs and that rug for my living room?
Live green plant in lieu of plastic fake tree.
Practice with houseplants. An easy way to begin experimenting with greens is to bring in more houseplants, potted
interesting and dynamic with the addition of living green things.
If you have neutral rooms, you will find they suddenly feel more interesting and dynamic with the addition of living green things.
Layout of furniture in the living of my new apartment
and dynamic with the addition of living green things.
Plants in large jars and the use of their colours to living up room
houseplants. An easy way to begin experimenting with greens is to bring in more houseplants, potted trees, cut foliage and windowsill herbs. If you have neutral rooms, you will find they suddenly feel more interesting and dynamic with the addition of living green things.
“Natural and airy, bright and relaxing.” — efrench
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Can you detail your roofing materials?
Seeing as you've got both a low pitched (visibile to street/neighbors) and flat roof (less/not visible). Looks like you used light grey and dark grey materials. Thanks!
What kind of roof material and the color-Do you experiene heat roof? Did you have smooth
There are two different types of roofing: 1. Standing seam metal roof, and 2. Built-up roofing. There is heat gain with both these types of roofing but this is mitigated through the use of rigid insulation.
flat roof with house having a pitched roof
*** Garage Door, Overhang at entry, flat roof, grey exterior
The design of the garage and how it ties to the sloped roof of the house.
has so much of its inhabitants and their passions in every inch of its composition, I imagine that the house not only breathes, but also speaks and lives with the same zeal and enthusiasm for design and life as its owners do. Photos by John Ellis Photographer More: Tour another Laidlaw Schultz home
“Garage door” — epaddle
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