3,847 ramp Home Design Photos

Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Guida Residence
What is the gradient of this ramp please?
multiple generations to live together with the oldest being 87 at this time. with roman showers and an indoor pool for therapy and everything needs to be ramped with the majority on one level.. thank you very much for responding and I shall keep watching for more of your work.
I love the roof over the ramp, I need this!
ramp and breezeway are nicely done
Like the ramp better than steps
Makes the ramp part of the house. Neat and tidy.
“separate side entrance” — angieallison
Glickman Design Build
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ramp to deck with porch space
Ramp within deck... another idea for back yard
Great built in ramp that doesn't take away from aesthetics.
ramp on side of new porch
include a ramp like this in front of garage or from driveway to back terrace
Ramp - can we do this?
Composite decking material, as shown on this ramp, is another popular choice. This material is best used on a covered area in climates with snow and ice, as it could get slippery. Take care when shoveling not to damage the surface.
“exterior ramp” — robinhartl
Louise Lakier
1 Review
Accesible Dwelling in Ravenna
You can hide a ramp with landscaping
ramp makes accessible where stairs are needed
ground will require 16 feet of ramp.
A lovely looking wheelchair ramp for the outside - grand for aging in place
The first change they made was adding a wooden access ramp. They then replaced it with this concrete ramp that blends into the landscaping, resembling low terrace walls. The extra width of the upper leg allows for a small front porch.
“stairs and ramp” — candyburns50
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Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Party Shack
barrell vault clg with slit skylight and ramp
interior ramp as alternate to stairs
Project: Add a ramp.Why: Wheelchair accessibility may be the most obvious reason, but it’s far from the only one. A ramp is also helpful for aging-in-place design, and it’s more fun (and safer) than stairs for young children. With proper planning, a ramp can fit into indoor and outdoor spaces just as
as well as a traditional staircase, providing visual interest, function and fun. If you plan to sell your home eventually, a well-designed ramp could even make your home more appealing to a wider range of buyers.
“everything” — lin1999
Garden design
Garden box along ramp counters angle.
Add a ramp for handicap accessibility
Would like at least 1ramp access to the house
front ramp entryway made of decking
ramp with planter (sub for fountain grass) - rocks underneath ramp.
Cost: For design and installation, the price can be around $2,000 for a relatively simple, small outdoor ramp. For larger and more elaborate custom designs, the cost can range from $3,500 to $8,000 — consider it on par with the price of having a new interior staircase built.
“Ramp” — karibumn
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Party Shack
great ramp idea for an upstairs instead of
Ramp?!!! Cool might be safer for con
the ramp and so does the vacuum cleaner.
old people. Integration of a ramp makes better accessability. I need a few of them right now! Good for a better future!
Who to hire: For an interior ramp, an architect or designer will be able to create a custom one that not only fits your space, but is integrated well with the design and style of your home. From flooring choice to the shape and style of the railings, an interior ramp works best when it echoes the style
“Everything, the windows, clear floors, the doors, I love the ramp and so does the vacuum cleaner.” — starfaced
Studio Ectypos
4 Reviews
The Thicket
Layers of landscaping, ramps and walls modulating the narrow yard from street to house entry. Photo by: Joe Iano
RAMP??? Best time to do this project: For an interior ramp, any time of year is fine. For outdoor ramps, plan to have the work done during warm weather. Typical project length: A small ramp (equivalent to
weeks or more. If adding a ramp requires major restructuring of other areas of your home, consider the timetable similar to that of a major remodel.
We should add ramps to our home.
your site. Larger ramps (the size of a staircase between floors) and more intricate designs can take six to eight weeks or more. If adding a ramp requires major restructuring of other areas of your home, consider the timetable similar to that of a major remodel.
“color” — megxdavid
Garden design
ramp vs stairs is easier on joints.
wooden material used as ramp could b used to get to play field
Ramp transitioning outdoor levels
Love the wooden ramp
Ramp instead of steps?
gentle ramp instead of step?
Deck ramp...outdoor ramp...Ramp idea...Nice ramp...ramp to out back...wooden ramp...ramp option...Exterior ramp...Ramp to garden shed...Handicapped ramp...Cool rampe
“Gradual slant on path from deck??” — mlcasal11
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