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Idées déco de façades de maisons métalliques

CTN
CTN
Brengues Le Pavec architectes
Marie-Caroline Lucat
Aménagement d'une façade de maison métallique et noire moderne de taille moyenne et à un étage avec un toit plat.
Eagle Harbor Cabin
Eagle Harbor Cabin
FINNE Architects
The Eagle Harbor Cabin is located on a wooded waterfront property on Lake Superior, at the northerly edge of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, about 300 miles northeast of Minneapolis. The wooded 3-acre site features the rocky shoreline of Lake Superior, a lake that sometimes behaves like the ocean. The 2,000 SF cabin cantilevers out toward the water, with a 40-ft. long glass wall facing the spectacular beauty of the lake. The cabin is composed of two simple volumes: a large open living/dining/kitchen space with an open timber ceiling structure and a 2-story “bedroom tower,” with the kids’ bedroom on the ground floor and the parents’ bedroom stacked above. The interior spaces are wood paneled, with exposed framing in the ceiling. The cabinets use PLYBOO, a FSC-certified bamboo product, with mahogany end panels. The use of mahogany is repeated in the custom mahogany/steel curvilinear dining table and in the custom mahogany coffee table. The cabin has a simple, elemental quality that is enhanced by custom touches such as the curvilinear maple entry screen and the custom furniture pieces. The cabin utilizes native Michigan hardwoods such as maple and birch. The exterior of the cabin is clad in corrugated metal siding, offset by the tall fireplace mass of Montana ledgestone at the east end. The house has a number of sustainable or “green” building features, including 2x8 construction (40% greater insulation value); generous glass areas to provide natural lighting and ventilation; large overhangs for sun and snow protection; and metal siding for maximum durability. Sustainable interior finish materials include bamboo/plywood cabinets, linoleum floors, locally-grown maple flooring and birch paneling, and low-VOC paints.
Mike's Hammock
Mike's Hammock
Josh Wynne Construction
I built this on my property for my aging father who has some health issues. Handicap accessibility was a factor in design. His dream has always been to try retire to a cabin in the woods. This is what he got. It is a 1 bedroom, 1 bath with a great room. It is 600 sqft of AC space. The footprint is 40' x 26' overall. The site was the former home of our pig pen. I only had to take 1 tree to make this work and I planted 3 in its place. The axis is set from root ball to root ball. The rear center is aligned with mean sunset and is visible across a wetland. The goal was to make the home feel like it was floating in the palms. The geometry had to simple and I didn't want it feeling heavy on the land so I cantilevered the structure beyond exposed foundation walls. My barn is nearby and it features old 1950's "S" corrugated metal panel walls. I used the same panel profile for my siding. I ran it vertical to math the barn, but also to balance the length of the structure and stretch the high point into the canopy, visually. The wood is all Southern Yellow Pine. This material came from clearing at the Babcock Ranch Development site. I ran it through the structure, end to end and horizontally, to create a seamless feel and to stretch the space. It worked. It feels MUCH bigger than it is. I milled the material to specific sizes in specific areas to create precise alignments. Floor starters align with base. Wall tops adjoin ceiling starters to create the illusion of a seamless board. All light fixtures, HVAC supports, cabinets, switches, outlets, are set specifically to wood joints. The front and rear porch wood has three different milling profiles so the hypotenuse on the ceilings, align with the walls, and yield an aligned deck board below. Yes, I over did it. It is spectacular in its detailing. That's the benefit of small spaces. Concrete counters and IKEA cabinets round out the conversation. For those who could not live in a tiny house, I offer the Tiny-ish House. Photos by Ryan Gamma Staging by iStage Homes Design assistance by Jimmy Thornton
Hilltop House | Grand Vista Subdivision
Hilltop House | Grand Vista Subdivision
Jordan Iverson Signature Homes
2012 KuDa Photography
Réalisation d'une grande façade de maison métallique et grise design à deux étages et plus avec un toit en appentis.
Locomotive Ranch Trailer
Locomotive Ranch Trailer
Andrew Hinman Architecture
Paul Bardagjy
Cette image montre une petite façade de maison métallique et grise minimaliste à un étage.
Not Your Grandfather's Barn! A Modern Pole Barn House in Lauderdale Lake Area
Not Your Grandfather's Barn! A Modern Pole Barn House in Lauderdale Lake Area
Stebnitz Builders, Inc.
This 2,500 square-foot home, combines the an industrial-meets-contemporary gives its owners the perfect place to enjoy their rustic 30- acre property. Its multi-level rectangular shape is covered with corrugated red, black, and gray metal, which is low-maintenance and adds to the industrial feel. Encased in the metal exterior, are three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a state-of-the-art kitchen, and an aging-in-place suite that is made for the in-laws. This home also boasts two garage doors that open up to a sunroom that brings our clients close nature in the comfort of their own home. The flooring is polished concrete and the fireplaces are metal. Still, a warm aesthetic abounds with mixed textures of hand-scraped woodwork and quartz and spectacular granite counters. Clean, straight lines, rows of windows, soaring ceilings, and sleek design elements form a one-of-a-kind, 2,500 square-foot home
Delz Warehouse
Delz Warehouse
CONTENT Architecture
This project encompasses the renovation of two aging metal warehouses located on an acre just North of the 610 loop. The larger warehouse, previously an auto body shop, measures 6000 square feet and will contain a residence, art studio, and garage. A light well puncturing the middle of the main residence brightens the core of the deep building. The over-sized roof opening washes light down three masonry walls that define the light well and divide the public and private realms of the residence. The interior of the light well is conceived as a serene place of reflection while providing ample natural light into the Master Bedroom. Large windows infill the previous garage door openings and are shaded by a generous steel canopy as well as a new evergreen tree court to the west. Adjacent, a 1200 sf building is reconfigured for a guest or visiting artist residence and studio with a shared outdoor patio for entertaining. Photo by Peter Molick, Art by Karin Broker
Tom's House - Jack's Point
Tom's House - Jack's Point
Anna-Marie Chin Architects Ltd
David Straight
Inspiration pour une petite façade de maison métallique et noire design à un étage avec un toit à deux pans.
Industrial Modern Home | AZ
Industrial Modern Home | AZ
Sierra Pacific Windows
Samuel Carl Photography
Cette image montre une façade de maison métallique et grise urbaine de plain-pied avec un toit en appentis.
treehouse
treehouse
Gardner Architects LLC
Photography by Jim Tetro This house, built in the 1960s, sits southfacing on a terrific wooded lot in Bethesda, Maryland. The owners desire a whole-house renovation which would improve the general building fabric and systems, and extend the sense of living out of doors in all seasons. The original sixties-modern character is preserved and the renovation extends the design forward into a contemporary, modern approach. Connections to and through the site are enhanced through the creation of new larger window and door openings. Screened porches and decks perch above the sloped and wooded site. The new kitchen and bathrooms allow for opportunities to feel out-of -doors while preparing, cooking, dining, and bathing. Smart passive strategies guide the environmental choices for this project, including envelope improvements, updated mechanical systems, and on-site stormwater management.
Bridge House
Bridge House
HAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles
Northeast Elevation reveals private deck, dog run, and entry porch overlooking Pier Cove Valley to the north - Bridge House - Fenneville, Michigan - Lake Michigan, Saugutuck, Michigan, Douglas Michigan - HAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles
Mazama Meadow Residence, Firewise Design. Mazama WA
Mazama Meadow Residence, Firewise Design. Mazama WA
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Photography by Lucas Henning.
Idées déco pour une façade de maison métallique et marron industrielle de taille moyenne et de plain-pied avec un toit en appentis et un toit en métal.
Cornelia Tiny House
Cornelia Tiny House
New Frontier Tiny Homes
StudioBell
Idée de décoration pour une façade de Tiny House métallique et grise urbaine de plain-pied avec un toit plat.
French Country Farmhouse
French Country Farmhouse
Kurt Johnson Photography
Kurt Johnson Photography
Inspiration pour une façade de maison métallique et marron à un étage avec un toit à croupette et un toit en shingle.
The Artesia
The Artesia
CarsonSpeer Builders
Idées déco pour une grande façade de maison métallique et multicolore contemporaine de plain-pied avec un toit en métal et un toit noir.
TREE HOUSE
TREE HOUSE
DECCO
Back exterior
Aménagement d'une façade de maison métallique moderne.
Carol Street property
Carol Street property
Oakwood Custom Homes
Inspiration pour une façade de maison métallique et marron craftsman de taille moyenne et à niveaux décalés avec un toit à quatre pans et un toit en shingle.
1940's Blue Bungalow
1940's Blue Bungalow
Bay Street Bungalows
Oasis Photography
Exemple d'une façade de maison métallique et bleue craftsman de taille moyenne et de plain-pied.
1940's Blue Bungalow
1940's Blue Bungalow
Bay Street Bungalows
Oasis Photography
Idées déco pour une façade de maison métallique et bleue craftsman de taille moyenne et de plain-pied.
Venice
Venice
Goldenline Construction Inc.
Aménagement d'une façade de maison métallique et noire moderne de taille moyenne et à un étage avec un toit plat et un toit en métal.

Idées déco de façades de maisons métalliques

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