652 exterior Modern Living Design Photos

Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Robins Way
Ideabooks2,825
Questions2
Modern Interior updated interior/exterior fireplace white furniture and hardwood flooring
walls, a light wooden floor and a distinctive ceiling of natural rope. The dark exterior is visible through the clerestory and other windows, but it doesn't overshadow the bright interior.More: On Trend: Bold and Black Exterior House Color
“upper windows” — ianb1951
Andrea Swan - Swan Architecture
9 Reviews
SWAN FISH CAMP
Ideabooks5,787
Questions7
The soothing color palette of the exterior resonates within. The main living spaces were stacked toward the lake with furniture strategically placed to support the great view. The intent was to keep the layout small, intimate and cozy. Pillows: Pottery BarnLeather sofas, sheepskin throws/rug: IKEACowhide
The soothing colour palette of the exterior resonates within. The main living spaces were facing towards the lake with furniture strategically placed to support the great view. The intention
“Lofted art studio” — jodia0903
Modern Living Room
Ideabooks58,481
Questions18
you barely notice the change as you look outside. Having the flooring and the ground cover matching and level goes one step further in merging the exterior and interior.
Space is harmonious. Here a flat ceiling and vertical walls compose a space of complete serenity and beauty. The space perfectly frames an exterior view and tree, bringing both seamlessly in. As the previous space dances, this space rests calmly and harmoniously.
“Outside patio very nice” — joanlerina
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Family Room
Ideabooks841
Questions1
Great visual flow, cool to extend the areas with nice exterior perspectives
The exposure is all dependent on the amount of light available. With interiors, I usually shoot between about 1 to 20 seconds at f16. With sunlit exteriors, I shoot at about 1/60th at f16. Depth of field is basically what is in focus in a given image from front to back. Generally I try to have as much
The exposure is all dependent on the amount of light available. With interiors, I usually shoot between about 1 to 20 seconds at f16. With sunlit exteriors, I shoot at about 1/60th at f16. Depth of field is basically what is in focus in a given image from front to back. Generally I try to have as much
“diagonal wood in entry way” — kaneeh
Allen Bianchi
Essex Lane House
Ideabooks8,698
Questions6
and views may not always be desirable, and narrow windows allow the interior experience to be carefully modulated. Seated, one has a sense of the exterior space and natural light but no sense of just how close the property line actually is. Effect: Conceal views while admitting natural light.
Seated, one has a sense of the exterior space and natural light but no sense of just how close the property line actually is. Effect: Conceal views while admitting natural light.
and views may not always be desirable, and narrow windows allow the interior experience to be carefully modulated. Seated, one has a sense of the exterior space and natural light but no sense of just how close the property line actually is.Effect: Conceal views while admitting natural light.
“Open” — Katie Knerr
Dirk Denison Architects
2 Reviews
Carmel Residence
Ideabooks4,762
Questions3
Just off the corridor by the office, a door leads to an exterior stair to the meditation room. A few tatami mats are on the floor, and there is a guest mattress, so the space can double as a guest bedroom (behind us is a compartmentalized bath set). In front of the built-in seating is an elevator, an
“Japanese tea ceremony” — Andrea McGee
Lencioni Construction
1 Review
Modern Peninsula Estate
Ideabooks1,972
Questions1
project modern, considering the way the steel structure and wood beams of the skylight work together on a regular grid, something that extends to the exterior glass walls.
Connection to exterior
“Wood and Windows” — todddebbie
180 degrees
pivot-slide house | 4 degrees
Ideabooks2,565
Questions2
zones within the open living space and showing off some of the artful construction (seen in detail at the end of this ideabook). Even though the exterior is covered in concrete blocks, the inside is not limited to semi-industrial tendencies. Sure, it has concrete floors, but the drywall, wood, metals
smaller zones within the open living space and showing off some of the artful construction (seen in detail at the end of this ideabook).Even though the exterior is covered in concrete blocks, the inside is not limited to semi-industrial tendencies. Sure, it has concrete floors, but the drywall, wood, metals
“Great layout. Separation with staircase.” — gbcphoto
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