1,570 plant roofs Midcentury Home Design Photos

HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Crighton-Worthley Residence
windows above sliding glass doors and roof overhang
window wall and exterior roof
roof top covering patio
roof overhang and top lights
COOL ROOF AND EAVES...roof profile...container plant...potted plants...roof extension
“Sliders” — rebph
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Simplified lines come together to create dramatic planes and volumes across the exterior of the home. While Stein's designs often incorporate wavy roof lines, this home was designed to mimic the leaves of the Tulip Poplar trees, some of which still remain on the property. Adrienne DeRosa Photography
two plants on either side of front door columns?
“ferns” — charleetaylor
Webber + Studio, Architects
7 Reviews
Impluvium House
Pool room roof overhang. Small pool
Hmmm, longer roof line to create a patio below...
slender steel-tube columns to support the roof and define a perimeter walkway that steps towards the central lawn and pool. This U-shaped, colonnaded space is ideal for sitting in the shade.
The courtyard, more water and walkway than grass, is defined by the roof overhand and perimeter circulation. The
“House design 1” — redpepa6104
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
pebbles under plants wooden slats in front
Potted green plants on rock.
Front porch plants...plant corner...plant grouping...potted plants...roof overhang...container plants
“see through house from entry” — lilyrubydarnell
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
is no color except green plants. Cool look.
I love the use of plants in this project. I don't
White with green plants and cushions
great big tree or plant in bottle in living room
“Antiques, including a pair of Portuguese eel traps hanging over the fireplace mantel, Chinese garden” — leemiller
Ann McCulloch Studio
1 Review
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.
Could we partially cover the outdoor kitchen with new roof
Like this peaked roof with the glass to the top, also like the overhangs
wood ceiling in outdoor room, mid-century roof profiles
Covered outdoor living, wood under roof
“Mi century and lodge for both of us” — jjnman12
Webber + Studio, Architects
7 Reviews
Impluvium House
laps pool; roof line combo interesting
I like the roof and how it comes down in the back
Down spouts: how about bringing the roof line over to the little deck and then running the down spout down the support leg. You can tie in the deck drainage as well...
angle roof forming Verandah too
patio roof line...potted plants...standing seam roof...container plants...metal roof
“Really long pool” — reneeoc
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
like the black stones, the plants/grass, like the design not particularly the material used on the steps
granite with plants and rocks by plants
Small plants and rocks that run along the base of the retaining
Grassy plants for fillers...simple & clean
Placement of plantings in beach pebble
Look for year-round green. Autumn moor grass, a tough plant that will take a variety of soils, makes a great ground cover. This grass stays evergreen through most winters in the Philadelphia area — a pleasant
“ideas” — vormond
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