145 organization Traditional Exterior Design Photos

Arc Design Group
4 Reviews
Victorian Estate
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Questions3
logically organized with a primary hip form, from which extend the gables, and the towers are at the corners. This organization isn’t obvious, but it cements the scheme."
logically organized with a primary hip form, from which extend the gables, and the towers are at the corners. This organization isn’t obvious, but it cements the scheme.
“Piekne” — Witold Fafiński
Anna Berglin Design
5 Reviews
Curb appeal
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original organization and have double-hung divided-light windows, but otherwise they vary greatly in execution.Though the house here is considered a Cape Cod, this type of one-story design was popular in the Southern colonies during Georgian dominance. The side gabled roof is one variation. Others may have
“roof line” — aldevore
Martha O'Hara Interiors
86 Reviews
Windsor Road Residence - Austin, TX
Ideabooks2,606
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and the organization of rooms extends off the central entrance and interior hall where the stairs are placed. This practical and efficient layout has stood the test of time.
“Windsor” — ctr77
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Polsky Perlstein Architects
1 Review
Urbane shingle style Residence
Ideabooks1,016
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clutered organization.
“Porch, next to kitchen dining?” — mira0818
Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
3 Reviews
Exteriors
Ideabooks1,869
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Facade organization
“trim color” — huntclarkrn
Breeze Architectural Photography & Graphic Design
Ford Plantation
Ideabooks1,354
Questions1
form and organization of houses from the 1600s: centered entrance door with one or two windows on each side. It is also interesting to note that these houses usually have symmetrical front elevations, while other medieval fashions are asymmetrical, as we shall see
form and organization of houses from the 1600s: centered entrance door with one or two windows on each side. It is also interesting to note that these houses usually have symmetrical front elevations, while other medieval fashions are asymmetrical, as we shall see.
form and organization of houses from the 1600s: centered entrance door with one or two windows on each side. It is also interesting to note that these houses usually have symmetrical front elevations, while other medieval fashions are asymmetrical, as we shall see.
“simple and beauty” — easondefa Chen
John Hill
King Manor Museum
Ideabooks27
Questions0
nonprofit organization working with the city to support houses of architectural and cultural significance, all open to the publicCost: From $3 to $8Location: Houses in all five boroughsNoteworthy: The Historic House Festival (in October) included tours, lectures and other events.For those interested in history
“Nice thing to do in the fall.” — eclecticgoddess
CapeRace Cultural Adventures
Thomas Mouland House Bonavista
Ideabooks25
Questions0
Townscape, an organization that fixes up the exteriors of the homes (windows, trim, roofs, etc.) and then transfers them to the private sector.
“house outside” — sheenajolley
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