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Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
ceiling vaults expressed. A new kitchen island both defines and complements this singular space. The parti is a modern addition to a suburban midcentury ranch house. Hence, the name “Modern with Ranch.”
this design approach is noteworthy in the sense that it shows that you can bring a modern addition into play with a ranch (almost...) why didn't the plan include a corrugated prefab metal roof? the comp shingle or gravel (to small a pic to tell) holds
Modern with a side of ranch
modern w a side of ranch
Mix of modern and ranch, nice.
Blasen Landscape Architecture
“spanish/med roof with modern backyard, see modern shade and clean windows etc” “lush with modern simple hard scape” “pretty modern spanish exterior” “Modern Spanish”
Love lush with modern simple hard scape
+square pool +Spanish modern exterior -square wall structure -windows -roofing
Photograper - Aviad Bar Ness, Architect - karen goor
Kitchen - modern - the layout - L shape
Mid-century modern: A blank slate gives special furniture a chance to stand out. Here we have classic Eames shell chairs, an oval Saarinen tulip table and Caravaggio P4 pendants grabbing all of the attention.
In addition to Europe, Israel is also full of sleek white modern kitchens. Note the
the Caravaggios, the Eames Shell Chairs and the Saarinen Tuilp Table are having a great conversation in this midcentury modern–inspired kitchen.
Streamline your kitchen with a modern dining set. If you have counter space covered and appliances tucked against the walls, as in the L-shaped kitchen shown
among modern design enthusiasts and enhance the light, airy feel of a white kitchen.
Modern design "Chalet"
Modern lines and lighting.
Modern house design...Modern infill...modern and narrow...modern style....Modern exterior...Modern Home
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LG House - Exterior
If i can buy the LG house plan for interior and exterior only without the technical details, what is the cost? I am interested in modern design for my house. I live in saudi arabia. Can we cooperate from far so you can design the interior layout and exterior facade only? Highly appreciate
Cool modern look n size but definitely only in xali
Private House, Cotswolds
CHECK IT - old vintage stone with modern style
The modern wing, still using same exterior cladding
the modern addition with stone & glass, low profile, boxy
Massive windows. Old english country meets modern and clean.
to its former glory, but any additional building has to be modern,” medox73 says. “The idea behind it is that people have to distinguish which one is old and which one is new. It’s normal to see here 1800s-era buildings with completely modern glass boxes next to them, and it looks very nice.”
in the same style as the main house.” Not too far away, in the Cotswolds, architect Richard Found got praise from the local building council for his modern addition to the 18th-century stone cottage shown here. Other countries embrace this practice, too — even island nations like Aruba, where Houzzer medox73
Jose Garcia Design
Love the wood and clean lines. It is modern but not sterile
I like the combination of rustic elements with modern ones.
odd combination of rustic and modern; don't like the white beams
modern meets rustic- interior use of barn timbers
Modern. One outcome of modernism is the glass box, which is used today in office buildings, apartment buildings and even houses. Certainly the full-height glazing for this house makes it fit the modern bill, but one detail made me a tad doubtful: the wood columns are quite different than the steel p
predominantly used with glass-box houses. Nevertheless, the wood is exposed structure, just like in modern houses by Mies van der Rohe and others with exposed steel, so I'm keeping it in the modern category.
I like modern but not too open
Modern design, hillside positioning, vaulted rooflines
9. Modernism (1950 to 1980)Although Modernism was a precursor to Mid-century Modernism overseas, in Australia progressive architects did not experiment with the style until after World War II.Modernist architects worked by the ethos of “form follows function” and sought to create architecture for the
the modern age. They abandoned traditional forms, did away with decorative touches and stripped architecture to its barest bones. Architects used modern technology and industrial materials (such as reinforced concrete) to create Modernist homes formed from series of geometric boxes – flat roofed, with