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Maison à ossature bois à Bouliac
Maison à ossature bois à Bouliac
Arnaud Bertrande I Photographe en ArchitectureArnaud Bertrande I Photographe en Architecture
Arnaud Bertrande
Idée de décoration pour une façade de maison marine en bois avec un toit plat.
jeu de volumes au Relecq-Kerhuon
jeu de volumes au Relecq-Kerhuon
Maisons TrécobatMaisons Trécobat
Pascal LEOPOLD
Cette photo montre une façade de maison blanche tendance en stuc de plain-pied avec un toit plat.
REHABILITACIÓN INTEGRAL DE VIVIENDA UNIFAMILIAR ENTRE MEDIANERAS EN VALENCIA
REHABILITACIÓN INTEGRAL DE VIVIENDA UNIFAMILIAR ENTRE MEDIANERAS EN VALENCIA
Condimet SystemCondimet System
Rehabilitación integral de una vivienda entre medianeras en la c/ Alagret 14 del barrio Benimaclet, Valencia
Idée de décoration pour une façade de maison minimaliste.
StarrWood Luxury
StarrWood Luxury
Landsted Companies, LLCLandsted Companies, LLC
Landmarkphotodesign.com
Cette photo montre une très grande façade de maison marron chic en pierre à un étage avec un toit en shingle et un toit gris.
Boulder Contemporary
Boulder Contemporary
186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
In order to meld with the clean lines of this contemporary Boulder residence, lights were detailed such that they float each step at night. This hidden lighting detail was the perfect complement to the cascading hardscape. Architect: Mosaic Architects, Boulder Colorado Landscape Architect: R Design, Denver Colorado Photographer: Jim Bartsch Photography Key Words: Lights under stairs, step lights, lights under treads, stair lighting, exterior stair lighting, exterior stairs, outdoor stairs outdoor stair lighting, landscape stair lighting, landscape step lighting, outdoor step lighting, LED step lighting, LED stair Lighting, hardscape lighting, outdoor lighting, exterior lighting, lighting designer, lighting design, contemporary exterior, modern exterior, contemporary exterior lighting, exterior modern, modern exterior lighting, modern exteriors, contemporary exteriors, modern lighting, modern lighting, modern lighting design, modern lighting, modern design, modern lighting design, modern design
Lake O'Brien 1 - Exterior Lakeside
Lake O'Brien 1 - Exterior Lakeside
Lands End Development - Designers & BuildersLands End Development - Designers & Builders
Idée de décoration pour une façade de maison verte chalet en bois à un étage.
Mountain Farmhouse
Mountain Farmhouse
Jonathan Miller ArchitectsJonathan Miller Architects
Idées déco pour une façade de maison beige campagne en bois avec un toit à deux pans et un toit en métal.
Teton Valley Residence
Teton Valley Residence
Yellowstone TraditionsYellowstone Traditions
Peter Zimmerman Architects // Peace Design // Audrey Hall Photography
Exemple d'une grande façade de maison montagne en bois à un étage avec un toit à deux pans et un toit en shingle.
New England Stone Farmhouse in Los Angeles, CA
New England Stone Farmhouse in Los Angeles, CA
Ward Jewell  Architect AIAWard Jewell Architect AIA
Ward Jewell, AIA was asked to design a comfortable one-story stone and wood pool house that was "barn-like" in keeping with the owner’s gentleman farmer concept. Thus, Mr. Jewell was inspired to create an elegant New England Stone Farm House designed to provide an exceptional environment for them to live, entertain, cook and swim in the large reflection lap pool. Mr. Jewell envisioned a dramatic vaulted great room with hand selected 200 year old reclaimed wood beams and 10 foot tall pocketing French doors that would connect the house to a pool, deck areas, loggia and lush garden spaces, thus bringing the outdoors in. A large cupola “lantern clerestory” in the main vaulted ceiling casts a natural warm light over the graceful room below. The rustic walk-in stone fireplace provides a central focal point for the inviting living room lounge. Important to the functionality of the pool house are a chef’s working farm kitchen with open cabinetry, free-standing stove and a soapstone topped central island with bar height seating. Grey washed barn doors glide open to reveal a vaulted and beamed quilting room with full bath and a vaulted and beamed library/guest room with full bath that bookend the main space. The private garden expanded and evolved over time. After purchasing two adjacent lots, the owners decided to redesign the garden and unify it by eliminating the tennis court, relocating the pool and building an inspired "barn". The concept behind the garden’s new design came from Thomas Jefferson’s home at Monticello with its wandering paths, orchards, and experimental vegetable garden. As a result this small organic farm, was born. Today the farm produces more than fifty varieties of vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers; many of which are rare and hard to find locally. The farm also grows a wide variety of fruits including plums, pluots, nectarines, apricots, apples, figs, peaches, guavas, avocados (Haas, Fuerte and Reed), olives, pomegranates, persimmons, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and ten different types of citrus. The remaining areas consist of drought-tolerant sweeps of rosemary, lavender, rockrose, and sage all of which attract butterflies and dueling hummingbirds. Photo Credit: Laura Hull Photography. Interior Design: Jeffrey Hitchcock. Landscape Design: Laurie Lewis Design. General Contractor: Martin Perry Premier General Contractors
Eleanor - Low Country Farmhouse
Eleanor - Low Country Farmhouse
Visbeen ArchitectsVisbeen Architects
The best of past and present architectural styles combine in this welcoming, farmhouse-inspired design. Clad in low-maintenance siding, the distinctive exterior has plenty of street appeal, with its columned porch, multiple gables, shutters and interesting roof lines. Other exterior highlights included trusses over the garage doors, horizontal lap siding and brick and stone accents. The interior is equally impressive, with an open floor plan that accommodates today’s family and modern lifestyles. An eight-foot covered porch leads into a large foyer and a powder room. Beyond, the spacious first floor includes more than 2,000 square feet, with one side dominated by public spaces that include a large open living room, centrally located kitchen with a large island that seats six and a u-shaped counter plan, formal dining area that seats eight for holidays and special occasions and a convenient laundry and mud room. The left side of the floor plan contains the serene master suite, with an oversized master bath, large walk-in closet and 16 by 18-foot master bedroom that includes a large picture window that lets in maximum light and is perfect for capturing nearby views. Relax with a cup of morning coffee or an evening cocktail on the nearby covered patio, which can be accessed from both the living room and the master bedroom. Upstairs, an additional 900 square feet includes two 11 by 14-foot upper bedrooms with bath and closet and a an approximately 700 square foot guest suite over the garage that includes a relaxing sitting area, galley kitchen and bath, perfect for guests or in-laws.
Robinson St.
Robinson St.
LETTER FOUR, INC.LETTER FOUR, INC.
Réalisation d'une grande façade de maison multicolore minimaliste en bois et bardage à clin à trois étages et plus avec un toit en appentis.
Harbor View
Harbor View
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
Harbor View is a modern-day interpretation of the shingled vacation houses of its seaside community. The gambrel roof, horizontal, ground-hugging emphasis, and feeling of simplicity, are all part of the character of the place. While fitting in with local traditions, Harbor View is meant for modern living. The kitchen is a central gathering spot, open to the main combined living/dining room and to the waterside porch. One easily moves between indoors and outdoors. The house is designed for an active family, a couple with three grown children and a growing number of grandchildren. It is zoned so that the whole family can be there together but retain privacy. Living, dining, kitchen, library, and porch occupy the center of the main floor. One-story wings on each side house two bedrooms and bathrooms apiece, and two more bedrooms and bathrooms and a study occupy the second floor of the central block. The house is mostly one room deep, allowing cross breezes and light from both sides. The porch, a third of which is screened, is a main dining and living space, with a stone fireplace offering a cozy place to gather on summer evenings. A barn with a loft provides storage for a car or boat off-season and serves as a big space for projects or parties in summer.
Villa Terra
Villa Terra
Noel Cross+ArchitectsNoel Cross+Architects
WHAT MAKES VILLA TERRA GREEN? 1. Rammed Earth and PISE Walls Beyond it’s beautiful qualities and “Old World” look, the rammed earth and PISE walls (pneumatically impacted stabilized earth) drastically reduce the use of trees for the initial wall framing lumber. And because this “Earth Structure” will far outlast any wood frame building, trees are again saved many times over, creating the foundation for the true model of sustainability. We have created a house that will essentially last forever, instead of having to be rebuilt every 50 to 75 years. The 18” thick PISE walls and concrete floors also provide thermal mass, an integral part of the passive solar design of the house. These features help keep the house naturally cooler in summer and retaining heat in winter, greatly reducing the heating and cooling loads and energy use. 2. High Content Fly Ash Concrete Foundation Use of high content (25%) fly ash (industrial waste byproduct) in place of Portland Cement results in reduction of energy consumption and green house gas emissions associated with Portland cement production (second only to petroleum in terms of carbon dioxide emissions). 3. Reclaimed Plumbing Fixtures All lavatory sinks and tubs were bought from salvage yards (tub is reportedly from the Jack Benny house in Hollywood). Reclaimed Carrara marble fountain has been made into the powder room sink. 4. Natural Daylighting Use of numerous skylights and high transom windows to reduce electrical lighting loads during the day. Natural daylighting also has documented benefits on mood, productivity, and enjoyment of the space. 5. Photo Voltaic Solar Panels Use of PV solar electric generation system to reduce electrical grid consumption, and bi-directional meter sends power back to the grid when it is needed most, on hot summer afternoons. 6. Hydronic Radiant Heat Floor Use of hydronic radiant floor heating system saves energy, is more efficient for residential heating, is more comfortable for inhabitants, and promotes superior indoor air quality over forced air systems. 7. Natural/Passive Ventilation Use of operable skylights operable high windows and ceiling fans, creates a natural convection current, thereby eliminating the need for an air conditioning system. 8. Passive Solar Design Use of extensive east and south facing glass, proper overhangs, high interior mass, deciduous grape vines on appropriately placed trellises, to passively heat the home in winter, and protect the house from unnecessary heat gain in summer. 9. Reclaimed Lumber - Douglas fir ceiling beams reclaimed from the Town & Country Village Shopping Center (now Santana Row) in San Jose. - Douglas fir ceiling decking reclaimed from the 118 year old Notre Dame High School in downtown San Jose. TJI joists reclaimed from the “Millenium Man” movie set in Alameda used for floor and roof framing. Redwood ceiling beams reclaimed from a Los Altos cabana/trellis. 10. Extensive Use of Other Reclaimed Materials Two antique reclaimed European stone fireplace mantles grace the family room and master bedroom fireplaces. Interior doors with glass knobs reclaimed from the original house located at the property. Two large terraces utilize used brick salvaged from at least 15 different locations. Courtyard fountain is tiled using recycled and restored ceramic tiles from a 1928 California Colonial house in Los Altos. Cabinet lumber from original house used for closet shelving. Plywood from crates that the windows and doors were delivered in were used to create garage shear walls. Foundation forms were salvaged and rip cut for use as interior stud walls. Garage doors were salvaged from a remodel project in Mountain View. 11. Ground Source Heat Pump - Ground source heat pump uses geothermal energy to heat the house and domestic water, greatly reducing natural gas and fossil fuel consumption. 12. Low VOC Paint Clay Plaster Wall Finishes VOC-free interior paint and stain finishes promotes healthy indoor air quality, reduces exacerbation of respiratory ailments such as asthma and lung cancer. Extensive use of American Clay Plaster integral color wall finish eliminates need for painted walls. 13. High Efficiency Windows Use of energy efficient dual pane thermal glazing with “Low e” coating at all doors and windows reduces heat gain in summer and heat loss in winter, cutting energy use. 14. Engineered Structural Lumber Extensive use of engineered lumber for structural framing and sheathing reduces cutting of old growth forests, and encourages use of “crop lumber”. 15. FSC Certified Mill Work Extensive use of FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified sustainable lumber products for cabinetry, hardwood flooring, trim, etc. further protects the environment through third party monitoring and certification of the entire supply chain. 16. Cotton Insulation Formaldehyde-free cotton insulation made from recycled blue jeans used extensively for attic insulation. photography by Frank Paul Perez
Kingston Road, Didsbury
Kingston Road, Didsbury
Pavilion Property HoldingsPavilion Property Holdings
Idée de décoration pour une façade de maison orange tradition en brique à un étage avec un toit à quatre pans et un toit en shingle.
Melody Ln, Naperville, IL
Melody Ln, Naperville, IL
M House DevelopmentM House Development
Exemple d'une façade de maison blanche nature en bois à un étage avec un toit à deux pans, un toit mixte et un toit noir.
Project 1
Project 1
Gallo Builders, IncGallo Builders, Inc
Idée de décoration pour une façade de maison beige design à un étage.
Detailed Craftsman Home
Detailed Craftsman Home
WW Builders Design/Build AssociatesWW Builders Design/Build Associates
Detailed Craftsman Front View. Often referred to as a "bungalow" style home, this type of design and layout typically make use of every square foot of usable space. Another benefit to this style home is it lends itself nicely to long, narrow lots and small building footprints. Stunning curb appeal, detaling and a friendly, inviting look are true Craftsman characteristics. Makes you just want to knock on the door to see what's inside! Steven Begleiter/ stevenbegleiterphotography.com
Lighthouse, Nelson, BC
Lighthouse, Nelson, BC
Ace Copper SpecialistsAce Copper Specialists
Copper Roof - Custom copper standing seam roof by Ace Copper Specialists
Inspiration pour une façade de maison design en bois.
Sears Road
Sears Road
Oak Hill ArchitectsOak Hill Architects
Roof Color: Weathered Wood Siding Color: Benjamin Moore matched to C2 Paint's Wood Ash Color.
Exemple d'une grande façade de maison grise chic en bois à un étage avec un toit en shingle.
Vintage Modern Garage
Vintage Modern Garage
HAUS | Architecture For Modern LifestylesHAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles
Front east elevation reveals main public entry and new stepped retaining walls from parking area. Original limestone and roof overhangs were maintained, while siding and some details were enhanced. - Architecture + Photography: HAUS

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