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Engel Residence
Ideabooks274
Questions1
sloped ceiling
wood ceiling...ceiling lighting
“PuerTas garage” — milmarco
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Fritz Art Studio
Ideabooks262
Questions1
sloped ceiling
“Wood” — clairethile
Nautilus Architects LLC
10 Reviews
Bashan Lake
Ideabooks56
Questions0
sloped ceilings
sloped roof
“Guatape” — alejovelezo
Davignon Martin Architecture
4 Reviews
Plosz Lake Residence - Exterior
Ideabooks1
Questions0
sloped ceilings
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Mountain Retreat - exterior
Ideabooks517
Questions1
metal scuppers, from which it cascades off onto thoughtfully placed boulders. The butterfly roof gives the great room and master bedroom a tall, sloped ceiling with light from above, while a suite of ground-room floors fit cozily below. An elevated cedar deck wraps around three sides of the great room
“stilt addition” — timbrewolff
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Sleepy Hollow Residence
Ideabooks3,230
Questions5
we are building on a steep slope and the code has been lowered to 28 feet plus 10 feet if the vertical drop is 10 feet or greater from the upside to the downside of the home. Our design is almost 45 feet which is too tall. Very frustrating as our town is mostly on sloped lots and has views of the Columbia
The corner window and the fact that it's on a slope!
multiple long floor to ceiling windows
Black vinyl welded wire fence follows grade, follows slope.
because it is on sloping block
Homes built along a slope, such as this one, can yield something quite unique. For example, whereas a typical home has public spaces (living room, kitchen, family room etc.) on the first floor with private rooms above, a home built along a slope might have the public areas at the top level, because
“Nice Shape” — jaderaphaelbrown
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
The Residence
Ideabooks1,635
Questions0
Flat roof, single storey on a slope
Floor to ceiling windows and modern architectecture
I like building on a slope
plinth that negates the sloping site while being reflected in the nearby water. The darkly colored plinth recedes and almost disappears, creating the illusion that the home hovers above it all.
The wall and cantilevers are clear in this view from the water. Of course the slope that creates the split-level
“Nice for near a river.....” — kugu
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Klopf Architecture - Manzanita House Exterior
Ideabooks93
Questions0
light shelf and sloping ceiling
“siding” — katwellen
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