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51 832 idées déco de façades de maisons montagne

DAG
DAG
Chevallier Architectes
Onix Studio Alexandre Mermillod
Réalisation d'une façade en verre chalet de taille moyenne et à deux étages et plus avec un toit à quatre pans.
Chalet typique
Chalet typique
Nicolas Logerot Photographie
Nicolas Logerot
Inspiration pour une façade en bois marron chalet à deux étages et plus et de taille moyenne avec un toit à deux pans.
Chalet Montagne
Chalet Montagne
Impuls Architectures
Réalisation d'une grand façade en bois marron chalet à un étage avec un toit à deux pans.
Esterno
Esterno
Tommasi Home
Réalisation d'une façade de maison chalet à un étage avec un toit en appentis.
Chalet Megeve
Chalet Megeve
Patrick Leclerc Photographe
Patrick Leclerc
Exemple d'une façade de maison montagne à un étage et de taille moyenne avec un revêtement mixte et un toit à deux pans.
CHALET CREYTORAL
CHALET CREYTORAL
Café de Balme
Jean-Marc Palisse
Exemple d'une façade en bois marron montagne de taille moyenne et à un étage avec un toit à deux pans.
Maison individuelle
Maison individuelle
Maison Bois Vallery
Bun Phannara
Réalisation d'une façade en bois marron chalet de taille moyenne et à un étage avec un toit à deux pans.
Chalet in Megeve
Chalet in Megeve
Ardesia Design
Aménagement d'une façade en bois marron montagne à deux étages et plus et de taille moyenne avec un toit à deux pans.
Mineral Lodge
Mineral Lodge
Atelier d’Architecture Christian Girard
Cette image montre une grand façade de maison chalet à deux étages et plus avec un toit à deux pans et un revêtement mixte.
House Tree
House Tree
Kaotic Photography - Marco RIcci
Marco Ricci
Réalisation d'une façade en bois marron chalet de taille moyenne et à un étage avec un toit à deux pans.
Chalet haut de gamme à Combloux
Chalet haut de gamme à Combloux
SAS MOSSAZ
Cette image montre une façade de maison marron chalet à un étage avec un revêtement mixte, un toit à deux pans et un toit en shingle.
Le chalet revsité par la maison de cèdre
Le chalet revsité par la maison de cèdre
La maison de cèdre
Idées déco pour une façade de maison montagne à un étage avec un toit à deux pans.
Montagne Façade
Montagne Façade
Cette image montre une façade de maison chalet de taille moyenne et à deux étages et plus avec un revêtement mixte et un toit à deux pans.
LOG CABIN REPLACEMENT
LOG CABIN REPLACEMENT
Town + Country Cedar Homes, Inc.
Aménagement d'une façade de maison montagne avec un toit en appentis.
Black Knight Trail
Black Knight Trail
Markalunas Architecture Group
Rachael Boling
Aménagement d'une façade en bois marron montagne à un étage.
Organic Modern Mountain Home
Organic Modern Mountain Home
Living Stone Design + Build
Exemple d'une grand façade de maison multicolore montagne à deux étages et plus avec un revêtement mixte, un toit en appentis et un toit en métal.
Rustic Barndominium
Rustic Barndominium
Bridger Steel, Inc
This beautiful barndominium features our A606 Weathering Steel Corrugated Metal Roof.
Exemple d'une façade de maison montagne avec un toit en métal.
Lakefront Timber Frame Home and Pavillions
Lakefront Timber Frame Home and Pavillions
KohlMark Architects and Builders
The design of this home was driven by the owners’ desire for a three-bedroom waterfront home that showcased the spectacular views and park-like setting. As nature lovers, they wanted their home to be organic, minimize any environmental impact on the sensitive site and embrace nature. This unique home is sited on a high ridge with a 45° slope to the water on the right and a deep ravine on the left. The five-acre site is completely wooded and tree preservation was a major emphasis. Very few trees were removed and special care was taken to protect the trees and environment throughout the project. To further minimize disturbance, grades were not changed and the home was designed to take full advantage of the site’s natural topography. Oak from the home site was re-purposed for the mantle, powder room counter and select furniture. The visually powerful twin pavilions were born from the need for level ground and parking on an otherwise challenging site. Fill dirt excavated from the main home provided the foundation. All structures are anchored with a natural stone base and exterior materials include timber framing, fir ceilings, shingle siding, a partial metal roof and corten steel walls. Stone, wood, metal and glass transition the exterior to the interior and large wood windows flood the home with light and showcase the setting. Interior finishes include reclaimed heart pine floors, Douglas fir trim, dry-stacked stone, rustic cherry cabinets and soapstone counters. Exterior spaces include a timber-framed porch, stone patio with fire pit and commanding views of the Occoquan reservoir. A second porch overlooks the ravine and a breezeway connects the garage to the home. Numerous energy-saving features have been incorporated, including LED lighting, on-demand gas water heating and special insulation. Smart technology helps manage and control the entire house. Greg Hadley Photography
Ocala Horse Barn
Ocala Horse Barn
Hearthstone Inc
Richard Herman is in the hospitality business and owns several upscale hotels in Florida and in other states as well as cattle ranches in both Florida and Missouri. Their farm in Ocala is by farm their most unique. The property serves as a 4-H demonstration project for the purpose of children’s education. They have been working with the Academy Prep of St. Pete which is dedicated to inner-city youths that are selected on the basis of need and achievement. Wife Diane spends her time on the farm raising Gypsy Vanners, a diminutive draft horse named after the job they did in Eastern Europe, pulling the wagons (vans) for gypsies that wandered across the continent. On the Ocala farm, there are several mules with a unique profession. Richard had visited the Hearthstone display at a Log & Timber Home Shows at the Orlando Convention Center many years ago. He was impressed that Hearthstone had stayed in touch with him over the years by mailings, invitations to shows, and periodic phone calls. When the time came to start serious consideration of the design of barn, Hearthstone responded promptly and professionally to Richard and Diane’s requests for information and a review of their ideas for their barn, which would serve as the centerpiece for their new farm. They wanted a multipurpose facility that could accommodate an educational environment and a large hall suitable for the fundraising events for his charities. Richard wanted a barn that reflected the look and feel of barns built at the dawn of the 20th century. Besides the rustic chicken houses and vegetable gardens, they have completely renovated a 1020’s era farmhouse to be as historically correct as possible and serves as the entry to the farm. “They very careful to feel us out, get comfortable with our capabilities, and be convinced that we could perform as promised,” said Project Manager John Ricketson of Hearthstone. Design Process There were some initial drawings that gave us a start on the basic shape and size of the barn. From there, it was a process of narrowing down the uses of each area and the spans that could be achieved. The barn was going to have the traditional “board & batten” exterior siding and a metal roof. There is a cantilevered ‘hay hood” on the north gable end above the large sliding barn doors that open into the foyer and horse stalls. The wings house a combination of areas, beginning with the large restrooms to accommodate crowds for events. Other parts of the wings have garage areas for the farm vehicles, feed room, tack room, wash rack, storage, offices, and smaller restrooms. Keeping with the look and feel of the turn of the century, Hearthstone developed a process for giving the timbers a surface texture that mimicked the circular cuts of timbers that had just come out of an old sawmill. This was easier said than done. Randy Giles guided his millwright (Wolfgang) in designing a machine that would do this effectively. The barn was delivered in October of 2014 and was erected over the course of two weeks, thanks to a hardworking crew (Eric Foster) and near-perfect weather. After the Hearthstone crew completed the erection and roof dry-in, it was time for the local carpenters to step up and install some light conventional framing on the gable ends before applying the roof fascia and exterior board & batten siding. Next came the big sliding barn doors, plumbing, electrical, heating, and cooling. Large rustic fixtures were hung from the great hall roof timbers. Exterior The board & batten siding was cypress and allowed to turn color naturally as rain hit it and the sun started working on it with UV rays. This method causes a much grayer look closer to the ground and less so where the roof overhang provides protection. The North end has some large limestone boulders and planters arranged around the pad with tall pampas grass. The planters provide casual seating before events and during outside receptions. The entire area was sodded with lush St. Augustine grass and split rail fences were added to enclose the barn area. The corrugated metal roof was a special order material that immediately rusted after being exposed to moisture. The layer of rust protects the metal from the elements. Interior The board & batten theme was carried throughout most of the interior with the timbers left natural to show off the circular saw texture. All of the tongue & groove decking was shipped in advance to allow the local painter to pre-stain it with a dark brown transparent stain that is a beautiful background to the light color Eastern White Pine timbers. “Everything was unique in this project” said Project Manager John Ricketson. “The setting on a small demonstration farm close to Ocala, the multipurpose design, the circular saw texture on the timbers.” The Hermans are very proud of their farm’s outcome. Richard sent a note to Randy Giles, owner of Hearthstone: “The Barn is fantastic, not a single problem, period. Next month, we have Jo Dee Messina coming in to help with a fundraiser for a local center for abused kids. Folks love the farm, ...... but that barn gets all of the attention. I would encourage you to use me as a reference for your sales team, feel free to extend my cell phone to any prospective purchasers.”
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