69,927 angled walls Modern Home Design Photos

David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Artists Studio
On an easel. Got angled walls or no true flat surface to display your favorite piece? So what, throw it up on an easel and be proud. In this case, it's likely the artist is actually working on his or her masterpiece; however, a favorite painting atop an easel is a super casual way to show it off at various
sociable room, but could be ideal for a less obvious purpose. This bright space is an artist’s studio. The fully glazed end wall pulls in lots of natural light, while the sloping wall is a good, out-of-the-way place to prop finished works.
various heights without committing to a wall. Plus, buying easels is fun. You can pretend you are a world famous artist at the art store; no one will know the difference.
“this looks cool mmm very cool” — romanjude
Kentaro Kurihara
Montblanc House
What are the floors and walls made of?
This large angled wall window is big in scale compared to furniture
a tranquil space! I love how the cut out in the pitched roof takes your view to the sky and trees instead of looking down on your neighbors. The walls pitching down into the floor erases the boundaries of this space, allowing a sense of floating.
The large openings give the top terrace, even with its intensely angled wall, a larger sense of scale.See the rest of this home
“BEDROOM WINDOWS” — nafnafnaf
Burton Architecture
7 Reviews
Manzanita Drive Addition & Remodel
straightforward as the previous examples. The trusses below the roof bend down in the background and merge into an angled wall; in the foreground the line of the roof continues behind us, and angled columns break down the interior space. Note the turned-down roofing visible through the triangular window in
“wall by fridge” — mysticclutter
Urban Angles
1 Review
Urban Angles
Urban Angles...Wall Color
“Hidden kitchen” — sturtstreet
Edward Ogosta Architecture
Four Eyes House - Coachella Valley
with our most basic building elements — the floor, the roof, the wall and the window — to forcefully manipulate the inhabitant’s experience. The sitting room seen here is bound by two angled walls and faces southwest. The angle of the walls correlates to the human field of view — roughly 60 degrees, connecting
interior with the exterior and a broad, panoramic view.By angling the walls this way, the architect allows the interior space to capture light during a greater portion of the day and suggests there are larger forces at work in the design. Clipping the walls in a rectangular arrangement would’ve precluded this
this relationship and an opportunity to control the light entering the home. The angle along with the strong contrast between the windowless interior and the sun-washed exterior move the eye outward.
“View out to the desert with darker background” — roadyroadster
Modern Landscape
angled wall
Walls color and texture
Outside back wall...wall and walkway...the walls collour...Wall colour...Black walls...ideal wall accent
“Garden to building” — senwod
3 Reviews
Gulf Islands Residence
I like the Angled walls on the right side ofg round floor that is sheltered from the heat of the sun and rain;also the use of stone walls that create different angles and space inside, veering away from the box, despite the rectangular shape
angled windows & the concrete/wood combo siding
requirements was an all-glass exterior, and that is evident in this view of the house. What is also apparent is how the house is striated, with stone walls and smaller windows on the lower level and large wood beams and surfaces on the main floor above.
“Cantilever” — lorenzschwarz
Roberts Architects
5 Reviews
Bath of Angles
Angled wall with display niches and skylight above becomes the privacy wall for this walk-in, doorless shower.
Half wall / slanted wall tile
Half wall at end of shower
FLOOR& variety shape vague tile & angle outside wall
follow ceiling angle with partition angle??
Love the niches in the wall to place artwork
“follow ceiling angle with partition angle??” — sjknauss
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