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5 850 idées déco de façades de maisons à niveaux décalés

Contemporain Façade
Contemporain Façade
Cette image montre une façade de maison design à niveaux décalés et de taille moyenne avec un revêtement mixte et un toit plat.
Maison ossature bois
Maison ossature bois
Atelier Far
Urope
Cette photo montre une façade en bois tendance à niveaux décalés et de taille moyenne avec un toit à deux pans.
Metal House - Roanne
Metal House - Roanne
Photographe d'Architecture
Victor Pérez
Idée de décoration pour une façade de petite villa blanche minimaliste à niveaux décalés avec un revêtement mixte et un toit plat.
Plein cadre
Plein cadre
ARCHITECTURE ET BOIS
Denis Svartz
Aménagement d'une grand façade de maison contemporaine à niveaux décalés avec un toit plat.
Saparella
Saparella
eric-béber-photo
eric.béber.photo
Réalisation d'une façade en pierre champêtre à niveaux décalés et de taille moyenne avec un toit à deux pans.
Projet B à OFFEMONT
Projet B à OFFEMONT
DUO Architecture
Idées déco pour une façade de maison multicolore contemporaine à niveaux décalés avec un toit plat.
Front of Home at Dusk - The Genesis - Family Super Ranch with Daylight Basement
Front of Home at Dusk - The Genesis - Family Super Ranch with Daylight Basement
Cascade West Development
Paint by Sherwin Williams Body Color - Anonymous - SW 7046 Accent Color - Urban Bronze - SW 7048 Trim Color - Worldly Gray - SW 7043 Front Door Stain - Northwood Cabinets - Custom Truffle Stain Exterior Stone by Eldorado Stone Stone Product Rustic Ledge in Clearwater Outdoor Fireplace by Heat & Glo Doors by Western Pacific Building Materials Windows by Milgard Windows & Doors Window Product Style Line® Series Window Supplier Troyco - Window & Door Lighting by Destination Lighting Garage Doors by NW Door Decorative Timber Accents by Arrow Timber Timber Accent Products Classic Series LAP Siding by James Hardie USA Fiber Cement Shakes by Nichiha USA Construction Supplies via PROBuild Landscaping by GRO Outdoor Living Customized & Built by Cascade West Development Photography by ExposioHDR Portland Original Plans by Alan Mascord Design Associates
Bungalow Cottage Home
Bungalow Cottage Home
DK Homes
We had the opportunity to come alongside this homeowner and demo an old cottage and rebuild this new year-round home for them. We worked hard to keep an authentic feel to the lake and fit the home nicely to the space.
Mountain Peek
Mountain Peek
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
Mountain Peek is a custom residence located within the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana. The layout of the home was heavily influenced by the site. Instead of building up vertically the floor plan reaches out horizontally with slight elevations between different spaces. This allowed for beautiful views from every space and also gave us the ability to play with roof heights for each individual space. Natural stone and rustic wood are accented by steal beams and metal work throughout the home. (photos by Whitney Kamman)
Exteriors
Exteriors
Michael Yearout Photography
Michael Yearout Photography - All rights reserved
Aménagement d'une grand façade de maison contemporaine à niveaux décalés.
[Bracketed Space] House
[Bracketed Space] House
MF Architecture
The site descends from the street and is privileged with dynamic natural views toward a creek below and beyond. To incorporate the existing landscape into the daily life of the residents, the house steps down to the natural topography. A continuous and jogging retaining wall from outside to inside embeds the structure below natural grade at the front with flush transitions at its rear facade. All indoor spaces open up to a central courtyard which terraces down to the tree canopy, creating a readily visible and occupiable transitional space between man-made and nature. The courtyard scheme is simplified by two wings representing common and private zones - connected by a glass dining “bridge." This transparent volume also visually connects the front yard to the courtyard, clearing for the prospect view, while maintaining a subdued street presence. The staircase acts as a vertical “knuckle,” mediating shifting wing angles while contrasting the predominant horizontality of the house. Crips materiality and detailing, deep roof overhangs, and the one-and-half story wall at the rear further enhance the connection between outdoors and indoors, providing nuanced natural lighting throughout and a meaningful framed procession through the property. Photography Spaces and Faces Photography
Somerset Renovation
Somerset Renovation
Balodemas Architects
Anice Hoachlander, Hoachlander Davis Photography
Idée de décoration pour une grand façade de maison grise vintage à niveaux décalés avec un toit à deux pans, un revêtement mixte et un toit en shingle.
Hill House
Hill House
Mihaly Slocombe
Evening. Photo by Emma Cross
Exemple d'une grand façade de maison moderne à niveaux décalés avec un revêtement mixte et un toit en appentis.
Charming Cape Cod
Charming Cape Cod
Sicora Design/Build
Brandon Stengel
Cette image montre une façade en bois grise traditionnelle à niveaux décalés avec un toit à deux pans.
Wilkswood- New Home in Magnolia
Wilkswood- New Home in Magnolia
Whitney Architecture
Aaron Leitz
Réalisation d'une façade de maison grise tradition de taille moyenne et à niveaux décalés avec un revêtement en panneau de béton fibré.
Southwestern project
Southwestern project
Classic Urban Homes
II2
Réalisation d'une façade de maison blanche design à niveaux décalés.
Clark Street Before/After
Clark Street Before/After
AlphaStudio Design Group
Conceptually the Clark Street remodel began with an idea of creating a new entry. The existing home foyer was non-existent and cramped with the back of the stair abutting the front door. By defining an exterior point of entry and creating a radius interior stair, the home instantly opens up and becomes more inviting. From there, further connections to the exterior were made through large sliding doors and a redesigned exterior deck. Taking advantage of the cool coastal climate, this connection to the exterior is natural and seamless Photos by Zack Benson
Split Level Transformation
Split Level Transformation
Lagois Design Build Renovate
The owners of this split level home loved their location for its great park views, but were in serious need of additional space and longing for a more inviting exterior. There were some serious issues to address including water penetration at the foundation and making energy improvements without disturbing the existing interior. But the biggest challenge was the requirement to keep a home-operated business running during the entire renovation! The complete exterior makeover features a new inviting front entry, stone with candel detailing, cement fibre siding, and a new roof overhang, which is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. One of the most important features of this renovation was the heated garage with car lift – the homeowner’s play zone, where he can satisfy his passion for tinkering with cars. Direct access to the basement was needed to access parts and tools. A new mudroom with laundry, walk-in pantry and refrigerator, now accommodates entry from the garage. A new family room features a sloped ceiling and angled glazing with convenient access to the backyard. Upstairs, the new master suite wing has a front row seat to the park views. An ensuite bath offers a relaxing oasis with its soaking tub and double vanity, something the homeowners were sorely lacking. This home is outfitted for optimal energy performance with its new 97% efficient furnace, closed cell spray foam with hydronic floor heat and ductless A/C for the master suite, Exceltherm ridged insulation, R50 attic insulation, and Low E argon glazing. To ensure that our client’s home business was fully functional, we kept daily noise to a minimum, built bridges to access the home during excavation, and managed to completely avoid any electrical downtime. The homeowners are thrilled with their new home and have rewarded the firm by referring their friends and family.
Parkland Residence, Beverly Hills
Parkland Residence, Beverly Hills
MGS Architecture
Photography by Matthew Momberger
Exemple d'une très grand façade de maison blanche moderne à niveaux décalés avec un revêtement en stuc et un toit plat.
Lakefront Cape Cod House
Lakefront Cape Cod House
Hoover Architecture, PLLC
Beautiful relaxing backyard. Photos by: Philip Jensen Carter
Exemple d'une grand façade de maison grise bord de mer à niveaux décalés avec un revêtement en panneau de béton fibré.
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