323 two island Transitional Exterior Design Photos

Bates Masi Architects LLC
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Genius Loci
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silvery gray. Left unfinished, the building’s shell will continue to fade and dull, but will remain durable and intact, as the architect has selected two species known for their resistance to decay. Other elements, such as the bluestone and concrete, will acquire a natural patina over time as well. I
silvery gray. Left unfinished, the building’s shell will continue to fade and dull, but will remain durable and intact, as the architect has selected two species known for their resistance to decay.
a leather chair that gets worn in rather than worn out, this home uses unfinished wood as a weather barrier. Sited near the sea on the tip of Long Island, New York, it is clad in a combination of western red cedar and white oak shiplap boarding. Appearing to rise above a stone foundation — a ruin, of
“Really like color/materials palate” — lmacindoe
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
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Prospect Heights Row House
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here: Jeff ShermanLocation: Prospect Heights, Brooklyn Size: 2,500 square feet (232 square meters)There are two units. Sherman inhabits the upper two-story dwelling, which has two bedrooms and two baths, and rents out the lower one-bedroom, one-bath unit.The brick row house was built at the turn of the
The property has been divided into two flats. Sherman inhabits the top-floor flat, over two floors, which has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and rents out the lower one-bedroom, one-bathroom flat.The townhouse was built at the turn of
live in an extremely hot real estate market, chances are, you can sell your large family home, bank the money and try living elsewhere for a year or two without investing in buying a house. You will get time to know new neighborhoods, new interests and manage the shift such moves make with all your friends
“Similar” — nybrown411
Carlton Architecture
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Nethermead Residence
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different texture on two floors
two tone idea with materials
Two toned stories...Two colors...two tones
“tongue and groove siding + board & batten” — kahoffman
Lake Country Builders
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Lake Country Builders
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cross-hipped roof is a popular variation of a hip roof, which gently slopes on all four sides. For a cross, the two hip roofs are laid out in an "L," installed perpendicular to each other. These roofs
the two tone. I like it, but maybe flip flop the colors?
cross-hipped roof is a popular variation of a hip roof, which gently slopes on all four sides. For a cross, the two hip roofs are laid out in an "L," installed perpendicular to each other. These roofs are great for areas with strong winds and provide shade under the
“roof line and material” — Susan Crim_Sorial
Hefferlin & Kronenberg Architects
Tellico Cabin
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roof pitch, two simple peaks
Island House
“lake house” — lynnprinting
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
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View from road.
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two roof heights with connecting room
Bretland Road High Bank Waterfront, Camano Island WA Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects Design Team : Dan Nelson, Principal Architect Gregory Minaker, Project Architect Photographer: Ian Gleadle
“Tower and square windows” — Julie Miner
The Landmark Group
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The View From Here
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two long narrow windows on either side of the chimney stack
La Madrian on Phuket Island
“Exterior” — victoriacampbell07
Moore Architects, PC
Woodland Residence
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cabinets. This allows for oversized windows, unusual in most kitchens, to wrap the corner dissolving the sense of containment. A large, double-loaded island, capped with a single slab of stone, provides the required storage. A bar and beverage center back up to the family room, allowing for graceful gathering
The renovation of the Woodland Residence centered around two basic ideas. The first was to open the house to light and views of the surrounding woods. The second, due to a limited budget, was to minimize the amount of new footprint while retaining as much of the existing structure as possible. The
“Renovation” — dep45
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