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Sutton Suzuki Architects
Modern with a old feel to it.
hate the house, love the flat porch
nice landscaping around a rather awkward house shape.
this is a great modern touch to a more traditional house.
interesting addition that goes front to back on one side of house (rather than the entire width of home). Might work for the right side of our house (since we have a lot of depth
Bay View Beach Residence, Wellfleet
Good idea for screened tp for new house.
I love the modern look...but the outside needs to gel with the inside and i know this won't
beautiful modern windows
Nice modern beach house
beachy modern back deck
Love, beach house back.
Beach house...Modern beach house...beach house look...modern, cedar...modern beach...Love the house...cape cod modern
Specht Harpman Architects
West Lake Hills Residence
like the idea of a partial covered roof, that allows light into the house
Guest house office and terraces
This is an Excellent Guest House which has to seriously noted
farm house...Modern Barn House...barn house
Modern Barn House
cool architectural design for house
barn house...farm house
Roost USA Inc.
peregrine 4 (barlas)
wood is great. otherwise modern
I love this for our house
Porch that works under an overhang, also with more modern house design
for the front of the house?
9 ft. (2.7 m) wide. The scale suits the house and effortlessly provides the public-to-private transition.
cool look for a small house-windows, porch, colors
love the colors and different textures with wood and concrete. The front window placement reminds me of our house... Could we so this with our front?
Contemporary styling. Contemporary houses need not do without porches. Their execution is just different. Clean lines are maintained in this scheme by
door measures about 6 ft. (1.8 m) wide, and the deeper niche is about 9 ft. (2.7 m) wide. The scale suits the house and effortlessly provides the public-to-private transition.Porch Life: Modern Porches Step It Up
Moore Architects, PC
The new house sits back from the suburban road, a pipe-stem lot hidden in the trees. The owner/building had requested a modern, clean statement of his residence. A single rectangular volume houses the main program: living, dining, kitchen to the north, garage, private bedrooms and baths to the south
special places: entry, stair, music room and master bath. The modern vocabulary of the house is a careful delineation of the parts - cantilevering roofs lift and extend beyond the planar stucco, siding and glazed wall surfaces. Where the house meets ground, crushed stone along the perimeter base mimics
of lawn held away from the foundation. It's the movement through the volumes of space, along surfaces, and out into the landscape, that unifies the house. ProArc Photography