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Diamond Heights
Diamond Heights
Martinkovic Milford ArchitectsMartinkovic Milford Architects
Example of a trendy multicolored three-story mixed siding exterior home design in San Francisco
James Hardie Siding Panels and Shou Sugi Ban Siding
James Hardie Siding Panels and Shou Sugi Ban Siding
Synapse ConstructionSynapse Construction
Contemporary white two-story mixed siding exterior home idea in Seattle
Bar House
Bar House
Audrey Matlock ArchitectAudrey Matlock Architect
The swimming pool sits between the main living wing and the upper level family wing. The master bedroom has a private terrace with forest views. Below is a pool house sheathed with zinc panels with an outdoor shower facing the forest. Photographer - Peter Aaron
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Cameo Shores 1
Cameo Shores 1
geoff sumich designgeoff sumich design
Trendy white one-story exterior home photo in Orange County
HH10
HH10
Rusafova Markulis ArchitectsRusafova Markulis Architects
Inspiration for a contemporary black two-story clapboard exterior home remodel in Other
Contemporary Exterior
Contemporary Exterior
Example of a trendy multicolored two-story mixed siding exterior home design in Los Angeles
MISHEV
MISHEV
HELIUS Lighting GroupHELIUS Lighting Group
Trendy black two-story flat roof photo in Jackson
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2 Flat Reborn
2 Flat Reborn
BBA ArchitectsBBA Architects
This Lincoln Park renovation transformed a conventionally built Chicago two-flat into a custom single-family residence with a modern, open floor plan. The white masonry exterior paired with new black windows brings a contemporary edge to this city home.
Clopay Garage Doors
Clopay Garage Doors
Central MN Door Service of Little FallsCentral MN Door Service of Little Falls
Large minimalist gray two-story mixed siding flat roof photo in Minneapolis
Guesthouse at Conn Creek
Guesthouse at Conn Creek
RGArchitectureRGArchitecture
Exterior view of the bedroom and bath with outdoor shower. Photo by Adrian Gregorutti
Small trendy beige one-story stucco exterior home photo in San Francisco
Lake Oswego, OR Contemporary Craftsman Custom Home
Lake Oswego, OR Contemporary Craftsman Custom Home
Lifestyle Homes, Home BuildersLifestyle Homes, Home Builders
Mid-sized minimalist multicolored two-story mixed siding exterior home photo in Other
Calle Redonda
Calle Redonda
Two Hawks Design and DevelopmentTwo Hawks Design and Development
Mid-sized minimalist white one-story stucco flat roof photo in Phoenix
Modern Flats at Upshur
Modern Flats at Upshur
Teass \ Warren ArchitectsTeass \ Warren Architects
Mid-sized trendy three-story mixed siding exterior home photo in DC Metro
Modern Kitchen Remodel & Addition
Modern Kitchen Remodel & Addition
Apollo BuildersApollo Builders
Large modern gray one-story concrete exterior home idea in Phoenix
Art Deco Leed Platinum Gem
Art Deco Leed Platinum Gem
Fernando Wong Outdoor Living DesignFernando Wong Outdoor Living Design
Example of a trendy white two-story stucco flat roof design in Miami
Garcia/Tongsuthi
Garcia/Tongsuthi
Jeannette ArchitectsJeannette Architects
Jeff Jeannette / Jeannette Architects
Mid-sized minimalist gray two-story mixed siding flat roof photo in Orange County
Modern Home Healdsburg CA
Modern Home Healdsburg CA
Holly Construction, Inc.Holly Construction, Inc.
Inspiration for a large 1950s gray one-story stucco exterior home remodel in San Francisco
Beautiful Home
Beautiful Home
Supple Homes, IncSupple Homes, Inc
Large modern white one-story stucco exterior home idea in San Francisco with a metal roof

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Northgate Exterior
Northgate Exterior
CarsonSpeer BuildersCarsonSpeer Builders
This mid-century modern was a full restoration back to this home's former glory. New cypress siding was installed to match the home's original appearance. New windows with period correct mulling and details were installed throughout the home. Photo credit - Inspiro 8 Studios
Exterior View at Swimming Pool
Exterior View at Swimming Pool
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.
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