Saltbox Contemporary

Sheared Saltbox
Sheared Saltbox
Stephen Moser Architect
© Michael Moran/OTTO
Home studio - contemporary freestanding desk home studio idea in New York with white walls
Saltbox
Saltbox
Gardner Architects LLC
John Cole Photography
Trendy staircase photo in DC Metro
Saltbox
Saltbox
Gardner Architects LLC
John Cole Photography
Family room - contemporary family room idea in DC Metro
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Issaquah Highlands Contemporary Custom Home
Issaquah Highlands Contemporary Custom Home
Lochwood-Lozier Custom Homes
Contemporary gray two-story house exterior idea in Seattle with a metal roof
Home on Pemaquid Pond
Home on Pemaquid Pond
BRIBURN – Architecture for Life
Photo by Trent Bell
Inspiration for a large contemporary brown wood exterior home remodel in Portland Maine with a shed roof
Virginia Avenue Residence
Virginia Avenue Residence
Moore Architects, PC
“Can you make this house livable for us?” This was the seemingly innocent request posed to the architects by the new owners of this house. It was a cartoon dwelling, an asym- metrical structure blemished by several poorly constructed additions that would feel at home in a coloring book. Despite these difficulties, the building was strangely interesting -- like an underdog you felt compelled to root for. So it started with the basics. The house was stripped down to its simplest saltbox shape. This began to give direction to the massing of the addition. New openings brought a sense of order to the elevations. Dormers, clad in the same material as the roof, were used to make more efficient use of the sec- ond floor spaces while emphasizing the original lines of the house. Deteriorating stucco was replaced and tinted a moss green. A plinth of locally quarried stone wraps the base ofthe structure, anchoring it to the earth. The large front porch engages the street with a more welcoming face. Cooking meals together is a vital gathering activity for this famil. The kitchen space was moved to the center of the house as an organizing element and to reflect this impor- tance. Reclaimed oak cider vats were used as flooring throughout the residence. Virginia soap stone countertops further echoes the desire to reconnect this house back to indigenous materials and the local culture. This house is no longer a caricature. It has found its roots and become a modern, livable dwelling, without losing its quirky charm. All photos by Hoachlander Davis Photography.
Potomac Master Suite
Potomac Master Suite
Saltbox Architecture
Inspiration for a contemporary bathroom remodel in DC Metro
SaltBox Tiny House
SaltBox Tiny House
Extraordinary Structures
The Saltbox is clad in 22 guage steel that will turn a reddish brown color as it develops an elegant rust patina over the coming years. An easy-attach accessory system allows accessories such as the kitchen window herb box to be quickly attached to the house exterior without penetration the thermal envelope. Other accessories include decks, awnings, showers, sheds, water catchment and a host of possibilities. Photo by Kate Russell
Royal Gardens
Royal Gardens
LaRue Architects
Nestled in a narrow lot, the house structures move lengthwise throughout the site to allow for various dynamic gathering areas. Tactile limestone, organic shell stone, vertical standing seam wall panels, and warm cedar siding create the perfect materials palette for this urban infill home. Photo Credit: Charles Davis Smith
SaltBox Tiny House
SaltBox Tiny House
Extraordinary Structures
The SaltBox Tiny house is a mobile unit designed to be moved when necessary. The Western Windows and extra tall door provide incredible interior light, while blocking UV and providing outstanding insulation. Photo by Kate Russell
SaltBox Tiny House
SaltBox Tiny House
Extraordinary Structures
The minimal interior of the Saltbox provides a warm, wood-filled space that offers a lot of versatility in just 200 square feet. Photo by Kate Russell
SaltBox Tiny House
SaltBox Tiny House
Extraordinary Structures
The wall bed is supported by the modular storage cube seating. No extra hardware on the bed and the cube seating is out of the way in the night. Photo by Kate Russell
Bethesda Addition and Whole House Renovation
Bethesda Addition and Whole House Renovation
Saltbox Architecture
Inspiration for a contemporary medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen remodel in DC Metro with recessed-panel cabinets, green cabinets, stainless steel appliances, an island and granite countertops
SaltBox Tiny House
SaltBox Tiny House
Extraordinary Structures
The acrylic-enclosed contemporary bath conveys a roomy and welcoming space despite its small size. Acrylic panels were cut on a CNC router to fit perfectly. The open door flows across the mesquite end grain floors and out into the living room. The mirror over the medicine cabinet slides open so as not to intrude into the space and a humidity sensor triggers the bathroom ventilation automatically to maintain consistent humidity. Photo by Kate Russell
SaltBox Tiny House
SaltBox Tiny House
Extraordinary Structures
Looking down from the small loft in the SaltBox Tiny House
Living room - small contemporary living room idea in Albuquerque
SaltBox Tiny House
SaltBox Tiny House
Extraordinary Structures
A stainless steel wood stove originally engineered for a boat makes a luxurious winter companion in the SaltBox Tiny House. A steel hearth and back helps radiate heat back into the house and keeps things tidy. Photo byKate Russell
SaltBox Tiny House
SaltBox Tiny House
Extraordinary Structures
The bathroom of the SaltBox Tiny House features a custom built cedar Ofuro soaking tub, acrylic wall panels and a Separett toilet. This photo offers a good view of the mesquite end grain floors.
SaltBox Tiny House
SaltBox Tiny House
Extraordinary Structures
From the midway point of the SaltBox tiny house, the stainless steel counter overhangs a comfortable Emeco stool and you get a glimpse into the acrylic-lined bathroom and a sense of the mesquite end grain floors. Photo by Kate Russell
Sheared Saltbox
Sheared Saltbox
Stephen Moser Architect
© Michael Moran/OTTO
Small trendy beige two-story wood exterior home photo in New York
Bethesda Addition and Whole House Renovation
Bethesda Addition and Whole House Renovation
Saltbox Architecture
Eat-in kitchen - contemporary medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen idea in DC Metro with recessed-panel cabinets, green cabinets, stainless steel appliances and an island
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