273,322 steel column Home Design Photos

John Hill
Skyhouse - David Hotson Architect
Green and orange footholds are attached to the 40-foot steel column, making their way from the lowest level to the pyramidal space
are attached to the 40-foot steel column, making their way from the lowest level to the pyramidal space that is tucked into one corner of the hip roof. About halfway up is a seating area that can be glimpsed as the white surfaces protruding into the space above the steel beams.
Alla Kazovsky Architect
6 Reviews
Alla Kazovsky Architects
In the example on the right side of this photo, a steel column and beams splits a library space. This situation is exaggerated in the choice of paint color: Bright yellow draws attention to these members and their
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“I like the colors” — jlohall
Marmol Radziner
Steel beams instead of trad wood ceiling
The exposed steel structure and decking in this view, as well as the sliding glass doors that merge outside and inside, link this design with the Eames House, which does not conceal the steel columns, joists, and roof deck. All this house needs is a splash
“ok” — goatie47
Must-Know Moderns
block walls — as was the norm with many modern buildings in Europe — Gropius used white vertically lapped siding on a wood balloon frame. (The steel columns in the previous photo show that the structure is a hybrid in parts.) Gropius found inspiration with the traditional building methods and materials
“Intrare” — Matei Nadejda
John Hill
Parrish Art Museum
The museum, as should be obvious by now, is very minimalist, even though its structural components (steel columns and beams, wood joists, concrete walls) are all exposed. White walls and a polished concrete floor let the art come to the fore. My favorite architectural detail is a large wood handle on
“clever” — Zibi Bilyk
Louise Lakier
1 Review
Mixed Use Elegance
provides ongoing maintenance and design. LL: What do you want to do with your house next? DM: Build cantilevered plant holders off the structural steel columns in the living room. David Bertman is designing them, and they will extend out, kind of like trees.LL: What are you working on now? DM: A small
“Private Paths created by plants” — coconutgrove
Randy Brown
laboratory house
On the lower level of the same house, this sliver window calls attention to two elements: an angled steel column and a tree trunk. It’s sort of a portrait, one abstracting the other.Effect: Editorializes and highlights the unique.
“windows :)” — margielynnj
Wyant Architecture
5 Reviews
Farmhouse Addition
base to the roof, which in the original stone house is a load-bearing wall. The addition is undeniably rooted in the present. It uses interior steel columns to support the roof and leaves the exterior wall to float, expressing both solid and void as appropriate.
“In the concrete” — bucauds
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