30,493 snow in summer Home Design Photos

Moloney Architects
Mill Street House
Ideabooks800
Questions1
Hi Steven - Spot on. Caesarstone quartz benchtop, snow colour, 20mm thickness with 2mm arris to all sides, polishing to the back of the caesarstone where visible. Cheers, Mick
snow ceasarstone counter terrazzo flors
“Island inset” — becktold
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
A Small Lake House
Ideabooks2,675
Questions1
define an intersection. While there are times during the year that this structure will blend with its landscape, there are also many times, such as when snow is on the ground or the trees are all leafed out, when there will be a sharp distinction. How and when the architect wants this blending and separation
define an intersection. While there are times during the year that this structure will blend with its landscape, there are also many times, such as when snow is on the ground or the trees are all leafed out, when there will be a sharp distinction. How and when the architect wants this blending and separation
“Lake house” — Luis Lopez
Secret Gardens
Longueville
Ideabooks7,643
Questions4
Raphiolepis ‘Snow Maiden’
Like the snow maiden
“Jaedin” — Juan Mansilla
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Crosby Residence
Ideabooks1,117
Questions2
Is this porcelain on wood? How does porcelain hold up outdoors (ex. rain, snow, ice, heat)?
Porcelain is an excellent choice for outdoor spaces as it can withstand rain, snow and all the elements of outdoors - in any season!
“upper deck design” — Kyra Mcmillen
CITYDESKSTUDIO, Inc.
4 Reviews
Lake side cantilever
Ideabooks2,749
Questions5
a rubber membrane roof with tapered insulation to create positive drainage toward water drainage locations. The roof was engineered to account for snow loads. The upper level of the house and all interior walls are wood framed - the lower level foundation walls are Thermal-Mass Concrete (two layers
a deck including a regular plywood, steel and concrete to name a few. I would assume it would be steel or concrete due to where the home is located. Snow is always a huge factor and can add a great deal of weight which will require a strong deck. Hope that helps
“nha khoa” — Minh
Dirk Denison Architects
2 Reviews
Carmel Residence
Ideabooks15,082
Questions7
What about snow? Too heavy for that?
Snow was not a big factor in this project because of its geographic location.
“Natural light in a reading/library area” — outdorgirl
Darwin Webb Landscape Architects, P.S.
Lake Washington Residence
Ideabooks19,110
Questions10
I absolutely love this roof/overhang. But I'm curious about where the water goes when it rains. Also, do you think it could support a snow load? Thanks!
I have the same question about rain/ snow shed. What material is covering the overhang (is it rollout fabric?) Also, what direction is this side of the house facing? During what time of day does this overhang
“מעקה” — David Cohen
Ryan
1958 Mid Century Modern Remodel- Sunroom Conversion
Ideabooks1,615
Questions4
white with the snow
“lettering mcmillan lettering” — Home Stylist
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