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Druid Hills Renovation of historic home - New Children's space in Attic
cross-gabled roof, also with a steep pitch.How to make it your own: Look for houses with similarly pitched roofs, with or without the other Tudor details. A pitched roof means there's more space underneath for storage or extra bedrooms. Adding dormers is a great way not only to boost curb appeal but to bring
eeply Pitched Roof All Tudor houses have steeply pitched roofs, usually with side gables, meaning the gables "open" on the sides of the house. The steep roofs are often punctuated by dormer windows, like those above. The facade usually features a portion of the house that juts out and is topped with
Pearson Design Group
Myth: Flat Roofs Leak MoreYes, they can leak; so can pitched roofs, hip roofs and shed roofs. However, when properly designed and installed, a flat roof will have as-good or better weathering characteristics than a pitched roof. Your architect and builder are reminded of everything that you see in this image
a flat roof. None of us want water damaging your stuff. A flat roof must be constructed much like a pool. It must be 100 percent waterproof. This takes the concerted efforts of multiple parties. It starts with the architect, whose job it is to design it correctly. You must be able to trace the path of
walls and roof planes and crevices, all without your pencil ever lifting up. In other words, water and snow falling outside must stay outside. But all the proper design in the world won’t defend against a poor installation. You must hire someone with specific expertise in the installation of flat-roof assemblies
What type of roof and color please?
Too much roof. Too steep as well.
pitched roof b/c it has a steep
Exteriors - Way too much uninterrupted steep pitched roofline. If a house looks like a face, this one has a very big forehead.
steeply pitched roof with side gables. This is one of the most consistent characteristics of this style. How to make it your own: Originally designed to prevent the buildup of snow and ice, these steeply pitched roofs are very practical in cold climates, regardless of the style of home.
type of roof line bump up for the entryway
walls and roofs and floors telling the story of their inhabitants.
Element: A steeply pitched roof with side gables. This is one of the most consistent characteristics of this style. How to make it your own: Originally designed to prevent the buildup of snow and ice, these steeply pitched roofs are very
Carney Logan Burke Architects
Fish Creek Compound Guest House
steeply pitched roof provides easy snow removal and shade in warmer months
Mono pitch with big eve projections.
steeply pitched roof and deep overhangs, and cladded the exterior in cedar shingles and bonderized steel panels.
roof angle, windows, but bigger than 120 ft2
steeply pitched roof and deep overhangs, and cladded the exterior in cedar shingles and bonderized steel panels. A side view of the guesthouse reveals its classic shed form, common to iconic Wyoming ranch buildings. The steeply pitched roof sheds snow in winter and casts shade during warmer months.
Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie school, Oak Park style Architecture
a flat roof mid century home
is the pitch of the roof?
Potential cheap roof line design for the house
4 12 pitch roof horizontal lines. Frank Lloyd Wright look
Flat roof line, no rock just stucco
a 3/12 roof pitch looks like
FLW roof line - similar design smaller scale
Different roof lines, closed in garage
My earthy, contemporary home
Textures, roof and glazing - make a good beach house
“Close up roof lines metal and wood” “roof line, covered porch - carpot sky lights” ““back porch, metal roof extension on pier and beam” “slanted roof and material used vs shingles” “Pitched roofs are present but shallower than is typical, porches wrap the exterior,” “Pitched roofs are present but shallower
“back porch, metal roof extension on pier and beam” “slanted roof and material used vs shingles” “Pitched roofs are present but shallower than is typical, porches wrap the exterior,
mentioned: Pitched roofs are present but shallower than is typical, porches wrap the exterior, and wood is the primary cladding. The varied roofscape and the ins and outs of the exterior walls hint at the fairly laid-back nature of the plan, which prioritizes views, shade and the layout of the interior spaces
modern twist to the pitched roof
I don't know whether the roof or no roof
wall and roof flow into each other
Modern Pitched Roofs Make a Point in Modern and Contemporary Homes Flat roofs may be the modernist standard, but angled ones say 'home' loud and clear. See how architects are giving pitches a place today Follow Jen Dalley Houzz Contributor and architect. I'm influenced by clean lines and simple forms
a flat roof terrace. So why are we now wavering on roof form? When you ask a child to draw a house, you’re likely to get a similar image across cultures: walls, a prominent front door and, most notably, a pitched roof. Modernist parents may cringe and patiently explain to their 3-year-old that a roof
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Metal roof? What is the make and color?
Could you tell me what this roofing materials is - thanks.
metal roof in a Medium Bronze finish.
We can not do a metal roof on our 1939 camp, what color shingles would you recommend with this coloring
metal roof - mostly one story design
Medium Bronze roof with dark green trim windows
Roof-englert kynar ultra cool low gloss
That is an "Englert Kynar Ultra-Cool Low Gloss" metal roof in a Medium Bronze finish.
I like this metal roof and color scheme
on low-pitched roofs, where shingles would not be appropriate. We use this material very frequently on porches and dormers, which tend to have lower pitches. Finally, there are some nice color options."
metal roof for this Vermont lake house. Why did she choose metal? "They look great! Very crisp and architectural and much easier to get excited about than asphalt shingles. Other than copper and slate, both very expensive, enameled standing seam roofs have the best longevity. From a long-term maintenance