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Pedini kitchen, 323 Garfield st,  Denver CO
Pedini kitchen, 323 Garfield st, Denver CO
Designer at Colorado Modern Kitchen/PediniDesigner at Colorado Modern Kitchen/Pedini
Contemporary multicolored three-story exterior home idea in Other
Modern Farmhouse Home Design
Modern Farmhouse Home Design
Vinyl Siding InstituteVinyl Siding Institute
Rustic charm and clean lines modern farmhouse home built with vinyl siding
Large minimalist white two-story vinyl exterior home photo in DC Metro with a metal roof
Sunnyland Residence
Sunnyland Residence
Rosewood Custom BuildersRosewood Custom Builders
Jenn Baker
Large urban multicolored two-story mixed siding exterior home photo in Dallas
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Whidbey Island Farmhouse
Whidbey Island Farmhouse
Dovetail General ContractorsDovetail General Contractors
View of the deck with the open corner window of the living room.
Example of a black one-story glass exterior home design in Seattle
Pine Lake - Pool and Patio of Private Lakeside Wisconsin Resort Home
Pine Lake - Pool and Patio of Private Lakeside Wisconsin Resort Home
Vetter ArchitectsVetter Architects
The owners requested a Private Resort that catered to their love for entertaining friends and family, a place where 2 people would feel just as comfortable as 42. Located on the western edge of a Wisconsin lake, the site provides a range of natural ecosystems from forest to prairie to water, allowing the building to have a more complex relationship with the lake - not merely creating large unencumbered views in that direction. The gently sloping site to the lake is atypical in many ways to most lakeside lots - as its main trajectory is not directly to the lake views - allowing for focus to be pushed in other directions such as a courtyard and into a nearby forest. The biggest challenge was accommodating the large scale gathering spaces, while not overwhelming the natural setting with a single massive structure. Our solution was found in breaking down the scale of the project into digestible pieces and organizing them in a Camp-like collection of elements: - Main Lodge: Providing the proper entry to the Camp and a Mess Hall - Bunk House: A communal sleeping area and social space. - Party Barn: An entertainment facility that opens directly on to a swimming pool & outdoor room. - Guest Cottages: A series of smaller guest quarters. - Private Quarters: The owners private space that directly links to the Main Lodge. These elements are joined by a series green roof connectors, that merge with the landscape and allow the out buildings to retain their own identity. This Camp feel was further magnified through the materiality - specifically the use of Doug Fir, creating a modern Northwoods setting that is warm and inviting. The use of local limestone and poured concrete walls ground the buildings to the sloping site and serve as a cradle for the wood volumes that rest gently on them. The connections between these materials provided an opportunity to add a delicate reading to the spaces and re-enforce the camp aesthetic. The oscillation between large communal spaces and private, intimate zones is explored on the interior and in the outdoor rooms. From the large courtyard to the private balcony - accommodating a variety of opportunities to engage the landscape was at the heart of the concept. Overview Chenequa, WI Size Total Finished Area: 9,543 sf Completion Date May 2013 Services Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Interior Design
San Francisco Forest Hill Remodel
San Francisco Forest Hill Remodel
SoYoung Mack Design, Assoc. AIASoYoung Mack Design, Assoc. AIA
Renovation of a Mediterranean style home into a contemporary, loft-like, light filled space with skylight roof, 2 story slate fireplace, exposed I-beams, blue glass stairwell, glass tiled baths, and walnut and Koa kitchen. The palette is a soothing blend of browns, neutrals, and slate blue with modern furnishings and art, and Asian artifacts. SoYoung Mack Design Feldman Architecture Paul Dyer Photography
Detached Garage
Detached Garage
ODS ArchitectureODS Architecture
Atherton has many large substantial homes - our clients purchased an existing home on a one acre flag-shaped lot and asked us to design a new dream home for them. The result is a new 7,000 square foot four-building complex consisting of the main house, six-car garage with two car lifts, pool house with a full one bedroom residence inside, and a separate home office /work out gym studio building. A fifty-foot swimming pool was also created with fully landscaped yards. Given the rectangular shape of the lot, it was decided to angle the house to incoming visitors slightly so as to more dramatically present itself. The house became a classic u-shaped home but Feng Shui design principals were employed directing the placement of the pool house to better contain the energy flow on the site. The main house entry door is then aligned with a special Japanese red maple at the end of a long visual axis at the rear of the site. These angles and alignments set up everything else about the house design and layout, and views from various rooms allow you to see into virtually every space tracking movements of others in the home. The residence is simply divided into two wings of public use, kitchen and family room, and the other wing of bedrooms, connected by the living and dining great room. Function drove the exterior form of windows and solid walls with a line of clerestory windows which bring light into the middle of the large home. Extensive sun shadow studies with 3D tree modeling led to the unorthodox placement of the pool to the north of the home, but tree shadow tracking showed this to be the sunniest area during the entire year. Sustainable measures included a full 7.1kW solar photovoltaic array technically making the house off the grid, and arranged so that no panels are visible from the property. A large 16,000 gallon rainwater catchment system consisting of tanks buried below grade was installed. The home is California GreenPoint rated and also features sealed roof soffits and a sealed crawlspace without the usual venting. A whole house computer automation system with server room was installed as well. Heating and cooling utilize hot water radiant heated concrete and wood floors supplemented by heat pump generated heating and cooling. A compound of buildings created to form balanced relationships between each other, this home is about circulation, light and a balance of form and function. Photo by John Sutton Photography.
Prairie Avenue Residence 1
Prairie Avenue Residence 1
Choeff Levy Fischman, P.A.Choeff Levy Fischman, P.A.
Contemporary white two-story exterior home idea in Miami
Serenity
Serenity
Sun West Custom Homes LLCSun West Custom Homes LLC
looking at the front door from the courtyard gate
Example of a large trendy white one-story stucco exterior home design in Las Vegas
2017 Grand Hacienda Winner Picacho Peak
2017 Grand Hacienda Winner Picacho Peak
Tierra ConceptsTierra Concepts
Large southwestern brown one-story adobe exterior home idea in Albuquerque
Craftsman
Craftsman
B St. DesignB St. Design
Architect- Sema Architects
Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional green two-story wood flat roof remodel in San Diego
Shipping Container Floating Housing Units
Shipping Container Floating Housing Units
Pacific-Visions Studio LLCPacific-Visions Studio LLC
Inspiration for a small modern white one-story wood flat roof remodel in Other with a green roof
Paradise Valley Contemporary
Paradise Valley Contemporary
CJ Gershon PhotographyCJ Gershon Photography
Inspiration for a contemporary white two-story exterior home remodel in Phoenix
Forty-One Oaks
Forty-One Oaks
Field ArchitectureField Architecture
Set amongst a splendid display of forty-one oaks, the design for this family residence demanded an intimate knowledge and respectful acceptance of the trees as the indigenous inhabitants of the space. Crafted from this symbiotic relationship, the architecture found natural placement in the beautiful spaces between the forty-one, acknowledging their presence and pedagogy. Conceived as a series of interconnected pavilions, the home hovers slightly above the native grasslands as it settles down amongst the oaks. Broad overhanging flat plate roofs cantilever out, connecting indoor living space to the nature beyond. Large windows are strategically placed to capture views of particularly well-sculptured trees, and enhance the connection of the grove and the home to the valley surround.
Lakeside Studio
Lakeside Studio
Mark Dziewulski ArchitectMark Dziewulski Architect
Large modern gray one-story concrete flat roof idea in San Francisco
Cornelia Tiny House
Cornelia Tiny House
New Frontier Tiny HomesNew Frontier Tiny Homes
StudioBell
Urban gray one-story metal flat roof photo in Nashville
Mid-Century Modern Addition & Remodel
Mid-Century Modern Addition & Remodel
Robert Hutchison ArchitectureRobert Hutchison Architecture
Minimalist two-story glass flat roof photo in Seattle
Bridge House
Bridge House
HAUS | Architecture For Modern LifestylesHAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles
East Exterior Elevation - Welcome to Bridge House - Fennville, Michigan - Lake Michigan, Saugutuck, Michigan, Douglas Michigan - HAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles
Ravine House
Ravine House
Robbins ArchitectureRobbins Architecture
Steve Hall @ Hall + Merrick
Inspiration for a modern beige two-story stone exterior home remodel in Chicago

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Rim Residence
Rim Residence
Andrew Wagner ArchitectsAndrew Wagner Architects
Mid-sized contemporary beige two-story mixed siding exterior home idea in Austin with a metal roof
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