Terraced House Contemporary

Windsor Terrace House
Windsor Terrace House
Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
Francis Dzikowski
Kitchen/dining room combo - contemporary dark wood floor kitchen/dining room combo idea in New York with white walls
Pool House
Pool House
Murray Legge Architecture
Photo Whit Preston
Inspiration for a contemporary backyard l-shaped pool house remodel in Austin
Terrace House
Terrace House
Oculus Architecture and Design
Hints of the spectacular views beyond this home can be glimpsed through the center of the home and around the green edges, but the magnitude of the visual drama beyond is mostly hidden from curbside.
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Broadway Terrace House
Broadway Terrace House
Robert Nebolon Architects
Broadway Terrace House: Kitchen nook with view of entire San Francisco Bay. Window shades are concealed in the valance above the window. Photographer: David Duncan Livingston
Refurbished Pool, Deck, Seating, Pool House and Terraced Garden
Refurbished Pool, Deck, Seating, Pool House and Terraced Garden
Garden Of Eva Landscape Design Group
Luke Gibson Photography
Inspiration for a contemporary round pool house remodel in Los Angeles
Windsor Terrace House
Windsor Terrace House
Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
Francis Dzikowski
Trendy medium tone wood floor entryway photo in New York with blue walls and a blue front door
Windsor Terrace House
Windsor Terrace House
Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
Francis Dzikowski
Trendy built-in desk dark wood floor home office photo in New York with white walls
Broadway Terrace House
Broadway Terrace House
Robert Nebolon Architects
Broadway Terrace House: Powder room tucked under stair Photographer: David Duncan Livingston
Powder room - contemporary powder room idea in San Francisco with a vessel sink and glass countertops
Phinney Ridge photos
Phinney Ridge photos
Portal Design Inc
Portal Design Inc.
Inspiration for a contemporary green three-story mixed siding exterior home remodel in Seattle
House 153
House 153
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
David Joseph
Mid-sized trendy backyard deck photo in New York with no cover
2016 Sunset Magazine Idea House
2016 Sunset Magazine Idea House
Robert Nebolon Architects
View of the top terrace; the steps lead down to the firebowl pit area. The tall glass railings provide window protection while enjoying the incredible views of San Francisco Bay. Terrace is 60 feet above the sloping grade.
7RR-Ecohome
7RR-Ecohome
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Photo credit: Scott McDonald @ Hedrich Blessing 7RR-Ecohome: The design objective was to build a house for a couple recently married who both had kids from previous marriages. How to bridge two families together? The design looks forward in terms of how people live today. The home is an experiment in transparency and solid form; removing borders and edges from outside to inside the house, and to really depict “flowing and endless space”. The house floor plan is derived by pushing and pulling the house’s form to maximize the backyard and minimize the public front yard while welcoming the sun in key rooms by rotating the house 45-degrees to true north. The angular form of the house is a result of the family’s program, the zoning rules, the lot’s attributes, and the sun’s path. We wanted to construct a house that is smart and efficient in terms of construction and energy, both in terms of the building and the user. We could tell a story of how the house is built in terms of the constructability, structure and enclosure, with a nod to Japanese wood construction in the method in which the siding is installed and the exposed interior beams are placed in the double height space. We engineered the house to be smart which not only looks modern but acts modern; every aspect of user control is simplified to a digital touch button, whether lights, shades, blinds, HVAC, communication, audio, video, or security. We developed a planning module based on a 6-foot square room size and a 6-foot wide connector called an interstitial space for hallways, bathrooms, stairs and mechanical, which keeps the rooms pure and uncluttered. The house is 6,200 SF of livable space, plus garage and basement gallery for a total of 9,200 SF. A large formal foyer celebrates the entry and opens up to the living, dining, kitchen and family rooms all focused on the rear garden. The east side of the second floor is the Master wing and a center bridge connects it to the kid’s wing on the west. Second floor terraces and sunscreens provide views and shade in this suburban setting. The playful mathematical grid of the house in the x, y and z axis also extends into the layout of the trees and hard-scapes, all centered on a suburban one-acre lot. Many green attributes were designed into the home; Ipe wood sunscreens and window shades block out unwanted solar gain in summer, but allow winter sun in. Patio door and operable windows provide ample opportunity for natural ventilation throughout the open floor plan. Minimal windows on east and west sides to reduce heat loss in winter and unwanted gains in summer. Open floor plan and large window expanse reduces lighting demands and maximizes available daylight. Skylights provide natural light to the basement rooms. Durable, low-maintenance exterior materials include stone, ipe wood siding and decking, and concrete roof pavers. Design is based on a 2' planning grid to minimize construction waste. Basement foundation walls and slab are highly insulated. FSC-certified walnut wood flooring was used. Light colored concrete roof pavers to reduce cooling loads by as much as 15%. 2x6 framing allows for more insulation and energy savings. Super efficient windows have low-E argon gas filled units, and thermally insulated aluminum frames. Permeable brick and stone pavers reduce the site’s storm-water runoff. Countertops use recycled composite materials. Energy-Star rated furnaces and smart thermostats are located throughout the house to minimize duct runs and avoid energy loss. Energy-Star rated boiler that heats up both radiant floors and domestic hot water. Low-flow toilets and plumbing fixtures are used to conserve water usage. No VOC finish options and direct venting fireplaces maintain a high interior air quality. Smart home system controls lighting, HVAC, and shades to better manage energy use. Plumbing runs through interior walls reducing possibilities of heat loss and freezing problems. A large food pantry was placed next to kitchen to reduce trips to the grocery store. Home office reduces need for automobile transit and associated CO2 footprint. Plan allows for aging in place, with guest suite than can become the master suite, with no need to move as family members mature.
Bole Residence
Bole Residence
Malcolm Davis Architecture
Inspiration for a contemporary white tile doorless shower remodel in San Francisco
Vermont Lake Home
Vermont Lake Home
Elizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
Elizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
Trendy deck photo in Burlington
Windsor Terrace House
Windsor Terrace House
Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
Francis Dzikowski
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary boy dark wood floor and brown floor kids' room remodel in New York with blue walls
Windsor Terrace House
Windsor Terrace House
Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
Francis Dzikowski
Staircase - contemporary wooden l-shaped staircase idea in New York with wooden risers
7RR-Ecohome
7RR-Ecohome
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Photo credit: Scott McDonald @ Hedrich Blessing 7RR-Ecohome: The design objective was to build a house for a couple recently married who both had kids from previous marriages. How to bridge two families together? The design looks forward in terms of how people live today. The home is an experiment in transparency and solid form; removing borders and edges from outside to inside the house, and to really depict “flowing and endless space”. The house floor plan is derived by pushing and pulling the house’s form to maximize the backyard and minimize the public front yard while welcoming the sun in key rooms by rotating the house 45-degrees to true north. The angular form of the house is a result of the family’s program, the zoning rules, the lot’s attributes, and the sun’s path. We wanted to construct a house that is smart and efficient in terms of construction and energy, both in terms of the building and the user. We could tell a story of how the house is built in terms of the constructability, structure and enclosure, with a nod to Japanese wood construction in the method in which the siding is installed and the exposed interior beams are placed in the double height space. We engineered the house to be smart which not only looks modern but acts modern; every aspect of user control is simplified to a digital touch button, whether lights, shades, blinds, HVAC, communication, audio, video, or security. We developed a planning module based on a 6-foot square room size and a 6-foot wide connector called an interstitial space for hallways, bathrooms, stairs and mechanical, which keeps the rooms pure and uncluttered. The house is 6,200 SF of livable space, plus garage and basement gallery for a total of 9,200 SF. A large formal foyer celebrates the entry and opens up to the living, dining, kitchen and family rooms all focused on the rear garden. The east side of the second floor is the Master wing and a center bridge connects it to the kid’s wing on the west. Second floor terraces and sunscreens provide views and shade in this suburban setting. The playful mathematical grid of the house in the x, y and z axis also extends into the layout of the trees and hard-scapes, all centered on a suburban one-acre lot. Many green attributes were designed into the home; Ipe wood sunscreens and window shades block out unwanted solar gain in summer, but allow winter sun in. Patio door and operable windows provide ample opportunity for natural ventilation throughout the open floor plan. Minimal windows on east and west sides to reduce heat loss in winter and unwanted gains in summer. Open floor plan and large window expanse reduces lighting demands and maximizes available daylight. Skylights provide natural light to the basement rooms. Durable, low-maintenance exterior materials include stone, ipe wood siding and decking, and concrete roof pavers. Design is based on a 2' planning grid to minimize construction waste. Basement foundation walls and slab are highly insulated. FSC-certified walnut wood flooring was used. Light colored concrete roof pavers to reduce cooling loads by as much as 15%. 2x6 framing allows for more insulation and energy savings. Super efficient windows have low-E argon gas filled units, and thermally insulated aluminum frames. Permeable brick and stone pavers reduce the site’s storm-water runoff. Countertops use recycled composite materials. Energy-Star rated furnaces and smart thermostats are located throughout the house to minimize duct runs and avoid energy loss. Energy-Star rated boiler that heats up both radiant floors and domestic hot water. Low-flow toilets and plumbing fixtures are used to conserve water usage. No VOC finish options and direct venting fireplaces maintain a high interior air quality. Smart home system controls lighting, HVAC, and shades to better manage energy use. Plumbing runs through interior walls reducing possibilities of heat loss and freezing problems. A large food pantry was placed next to kitchen to reduce trips to the grocery store. Home office reduces need for automobile transit and associated CO2 footprint. Plan allows for aging in place, with guest suite than can become the master suite, with no need to move as family members mature.
aVOID tiny house
aVOID tiny house
Leonardo Di Chiara
aVOID a Pesaro.
Inspiration for a contemporary detached guesthouse remodel in Other
Windsor Terrace House
Windsor Terrace House
Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
Francis Dzikowski
Example of a mid-sized trendy dark wood floor living room design in New York with white walls, a standard fireplace, a media wall and a stone fireplace
Mapledene Road
Mapledene Road
Platform 5 Architects
Alan Williams Photography
Eat-in kitchen - contemporary concrete floor eat-in kitchen idea in London with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets and an island
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