Concrete Exterior Home Ideas
Large trendy gray two-story concrete gable roof photo in San Francisco
wood and concrete finishing with black detailing - raphael_salas
Large trendy white three-story concrete exterior home photo in Los Angeles with a shed roof
Yes, it is a living wall. The company that installed it is http://www.seasonslandscaping.com/ - goodsense
Inspiration for a large farmhouse two-story mixed siding gable roof remodel in DC Metro with a shingle roof
Landscape Design by Ryan Gates and Joel Lichtenwalter, www.growoutdoordesign.com
Inspiration for a mid-sized 1960s one-story concrete flat roof remodel in Los Angeles
wood on side of house and in wall, white pergola on top, grey house? - maritcduffy
Photo: Brian Thomas Brian
Inspiration for a large contemporary red two-story concrete flat roof remodel in Los Angeles
Decks and overhangs. splash of color. - alex1241
Inspiration for a large modern two-story concrete exterior home remodel in Los Angeles
Concrete tilt slabs, pattern stamped walls - 116bernie
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Modern mountain aesthetic in this fully exposed custom designed ranch. Exterior brings together lap siding and stone veneer accents with welcoming timber columns and entry truss. Garage door covered with standing seam metal roof supported by brackets. Large timber columns and beams support a rear covered screened porch. (Ryan Hainey)
like entry way, stone, wood, roof lines/angles, would prefer a different color brown/green instead of blue/grey - webuser_932571456
Photography: Nathan Schroder
Example of a trendy concrete exterior home design in Dallas
Two story but the floor to ceiling windows are great, mix of roof designs also adds a nice touch - peawee
Trendy gray one-story concrete exterior home photo in Portland with a shed roof
Not sure practical for us but I think we like elements of this. - avamagnus
Large modern gray one-story concrete flat roof idea in San Francisco
I like how open this is. And I like the reflective nature of the outside area. - webuser_346987040
Example of a transitional exterior home design in DC Metro
Example of a huge tuscan beige three-story concrete exterior home design in Los Angeles with a hip roof
gravel driveway, trees near door. Warmth - nathan_gutierrez4000708
Minimalist one-story concrete exterior home photo in Phoenix
Raw concrete for outdoor living room. - annettec
Tyler J Hogan / www.tylerjhogan.com
Large contemporary gray two-story concrete flat roof idea in Los Angeles
Zero Edge Pool With Loungers up to the water - scpoolbuilders
Huge modern white one-story concrete flat roof idea in Orange County
Modern look / Expansive feel - 10/17/18 - alan_pham16
- Completed: 2006
- Project Location: Seattle, WA
- Project Size: 3,925 SF
- Project Cost: $340/SF
- Photographer: Michael Shopenn
An old WWII era house in West Seattle with a very small footprint had one obvious recommendation for a buyer who called us in 2005; a sweeping view of the City of Seattle. The view from the existing house took in Magnolia and Alki Point to the north, the skyscrapers of downtown Seattle, and the bustle of Harbor Island, and Mount Rainer to the south. Working with the existing footprint and foundation, and adding a garage to the west, we created an urban residence of 3925 square feet.
A glass curtain wall that stretches across the east side of the house and turns the south and north corners was dictated by the environment; any walls used would have blocked the view to the City of Seattle. A basement designed to house office, theater, an exercise room, and a guest suite supports a main floor with kitchen, dining, and living areas in one open space. Commercial sliding doors allow a 21-foot by 9 foot opening to a cantilevered deck and make the deck a part of the living space. A glass skylight and window walls bisect the house to create a stair core that brings natural daylight into the interiors and serves as the spine of the house. The upper level includes bedroom-bathroom suites. A west courtyard garden lends outdoor space to a home that sits above a steep east hillside.
Exposed structural steel allowed the exterior walls of the City View Residence to be 55% glass. Portland cement stucco and zinc panels side the opaque walls and modulate the scale of the house. A roof plane of sealed Douglas fir rafters and fir plywood caps the house with a warm natural material and shelters the walls. A warm pallet of American Cherry cabinetry, bamboo flooring, natural limestone and granite creates a comfortable interior.
The City View Residence uses an advanced hydronic radiant heating system, solar shading glass, and high efficiency appliances and mechanical systems to reduce energy use. The reuse of the existing foundation system expedited permitting at the City of Seattle and saved construction cost and materials.
The City View Residence was a collaboration of Rhodes Architecture + Light, Swenson Say Faget Engineering, LightWire, Lighting Design, and the owners. Mark Madison of Bob Talbot Construction completed this residence in 2006-2007.
I think the scale may be too big for my house but I like the contrast of exterior finishes. Maybe the horizontal siding (metal?) on the small bldg would work as a contrast with my existing? Or turned vertical? I also like the transition detail around the large open doors and how it relates to the outbldg. - srbooth
Large contemporary beige two-story concrete flat roof idea in Los Angeles
Great elevation with interesting color and materials - allred75205
AV Architects + Builders
Location: McLean, VA, USA
1528 Forrest Villa is situated in the hearth of McLean, VA in a well-established neighborhood. This unique site is perfect for this modern house design because it sits at the top of a hill and has a grand view of the landscape.
We have designed a home that feels like a retreat but offers all the amenities a family needs to keep up with the fast pace of Northern VA. The house offers over 8,200 sqft of luxury living area on three finished levels.
The main level is an open-concept floor plan designed to entertain. The central area is the great room and the kitchen separated by a two-sided fireplace, but it’s surrounded by a very generous dining room, a study with custom built-ins and an outdoor covered patio with another gas fireplace. We also have a functional mudroom with a powder room right-off the 3-car garage with plenty of storage. The open stair case anchors the front elevation of the home to the front porch and the site.
The second level offers a master suite with an expansive custom his/her walk-in closet, a master bath with a curb less shower area, a free-standing soaking tub and his/her vanities. Additionally, this level has 4 generously sized en-suite bedrooms with full baths and walk-in closets and a full size laundry room with lots of storage.
The lower level has a guest en-suite bedroom with a full bathroom and walk-in closet. It also has a rec room with a glass enclosed wine cellar to display your favorite wine collection. We have added a large exercise room, a media room fully wired, a full bath and lots of storage space.
The materials used for the home are of the highest quality. From the aluminum clad oversized windows, to the unique roofing structure, the Nichiha rectangular siding and stacked veneer stone, we have hand-picked materials that stand the test of time and complement the modern design of the home.
In total this 8200 sqft home has 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 2 half-baths and a 3-car garage.
Todd Smith Photography
With a compact form and several integrated sustainable systems, the Capitol Hill Residence achieves the client’s goals to maximize the site’s views and resources while responding to its micro climate. Some of the sustainable systems are architectural in nature. For example, the roof rainwater collects into a steel entry water feature, day light from a typical overcast Seattle sky penetrates deep into the house through a central translucent slot, and exterior mounted mechanical shades prevent excessive heat gain without sacrificing the view. Hidden systems affect the energy consumption of the house such as the buried geothermal wells and heat pumps that aid in both heating and cooling, and a 30 panel photovoltaic system mounted on the roof feeds electricity back to the grid.
The minimal foundation sits within the footprint of the previous house, while the upper floors cantilever off the foundation as if to float above the front entry water feature and surrounding landscape. The house is divided by a sloped translucent ceiling that contains the main circulation space and stair allowing daylight deep into the core. Acrylic cantilevered treads with glazed guards and railings keep the visual appearance of the stair light and airy allowing the living and dining spaces to flow together.
While the footprint and overall form of the Capitol Hill Residence were shaped by the restrictions of the site, the architectural and mechanical systems at work define the aesthetic. Working closely with a team of engineers, landscape architects, and solar designers we were able to arrive at an elegant, environmentally sustainable home that achieves the needs of the clients, and fits within the context of the site and surrounding community.
(c) Steve Keating Photography
Energy efficient Cantilevered roof - traceytyler
Mid-sized contemporary two-story concrete apartment exterior idea in Phoenix
steel mailbox and letters are cool - glassy1