1,142 barn style home Modern Exterior Design Photos

Modern Exterior
Sort of like the ranch style
This is an example of how it can look like a barn very quickly. Great for some things, not great for what we want.
Rustic ranch style but modern
walls that make it homely.
Barn home...Modern style...contemporary barn...Design and style....Pole barn...Barn ideas
“idea for a barn attached to the house?” — slsoukup
Peter Sampson Architecture Studio Inc.
Lyndale House
interconnecting spaces and its tall barn-like interior which draws upon the client’s own childhood memories. Complex and layered views to the river and cityscape are composed from the interior spaces, one of which is a three-storey loft- like core to the home at which a number of key living spaces intersect
existing 1,200 sf home overlooking the Red River builds itself quietly into the existing neighbourhood context. Preserving the existing mature site, the home’s interior is designed to capitalize on lush canopies that provide both natural cooling and privacy. A major feature of this home is its many int
intersect. An enclosed second-storey screened porch is integral to the building volume. It enforces the home’s inside-outside dialogue with its surroundings. The original home’s chimney was left as a playful conversation with the building’s own history, and its new life. Portions of the south structure
“wood metal combo” — annemcrotty
Princeton Architectural Press
From the Ground Up
Left: R-House, Architecture Research Office (ARO) and Della Valle Bernheimer Right: TED House, Onion Flats Syracuse, NY Photo: Richard Barnes, courtesy of Princeton Architectural Press
Unique facade design for home on the right
Single Mother of Three Home--dream home! HOW'd she do it? J9;)?
The desire of my heart is to live in a green home like these two.
These modern, contemporary homes are good examples of what I do NOT want. David
energy efficient, 1100 sq ft homes built for $150k
to provide another model for disinvested urban residential neighborhoods found throughout the United States through the creation of affordable green homes." Yet, as can be seen, and as Michael Sorkin picks up on in his essay in the book, the winning houses are highly individual forms that have a scale
“gy” — sabaelec
Uptic Studios
2 Reviews
Palouse Residence
incredible views form every room in the loft-like living area. The timber columns and overbuilt awnings further defines the appearance of a dilapidated barn from the casual passersby.
Are you still active on this site? I have a question about your home.
the home is beautiful. How many sq. feet?
Modern barn! Glass is a nice touch.
“fasteners for beams” — rossrene
Paul McKean architecture llc
neal creek residence
the back of the home?
like the barn door...My style...barn door...modern barn door...Barn stair idea
“Structure” — marableviste
Kailey J. Flynn Photography
1 Review
Planning an add-on to a new home purchase with a screened porch as we practically live on the one we have now, from early spring to late fall.
This is more of what I imagine Richard imagining for our home.
exterior features a cement facade and cedar paneling, plus solar panels on top of the enclosed pool. Rainwater barrels gather water for use throughout the home.The wood siding was designed using a rain-screen technique. "The wood siding is pulled off the house with 1-by-2 furring strips so air can flow behind
features a concrete facade and cedar paneling, plus solar panels on top of the enclosed pool. Rainwater barrels gather water for use throughout the home. The wooden facade was designed using a rain-screen technique. ‘The wooden panelling isn’t flat to the house so air can flow behind it,’ Mehl explains
“door” — dinaz31
Ehrlich Architects
2 Reviews
Wolfe Residence
Love the upstairs balcony and the barn roof design.
Modern barn style...balcony off barn...Tin barn
“los angeles” — luciovoreno
Stephenson Design Collective
6 Reviews
Peninsula Shift
What a cool looking home, narrow homes can get lots of natural lighting
Design Workshop: Reasons to Love Narrow Homes
be lower than that of a structure built onsite, you’ll save time, as the structure and site work can occur simultaneously.This prefabricated home, by Method Homes, boasts a waste stream — meaning the amount of waste that leaves the construction site — of less than 10 percent. Because prefabrication ultimately
“exterior and windows” — Lydia Afeman
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™