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Mid-Century ModernMid-Century Modern
J. Hettinger InteriorsJ. Hettinger Interiors
Inredning av ett retro grått hus, med allt i ett plan, sadeltak och tak i shingel
Hyde Park ResidenceHyde Park Residence
Mezger HomesMezger Homes
Idéer för att renovera ett litet funkis vitt hus, med allt i ett plan, blandad fasad, sadeltak och tak i metall
Lands End Development - Designers & BuildersLands End Development - Designers & Builders
Idéer för ett stort rustikt rött hus, med två våningar och blandad fasad
Beach HouseBeach House
Sarah SchmidtSarah Schmidt
Restored beach house with board and batten siding
Idéer för ett litet maritimt trähus, med allt i ett plan
Core GroupCore Group
Inredning av ett klassiskt stort svart hus, med två våningar, halvvalmat sadeltak och tak i metall
Monitor Horse Barn with Center AisleMonitor Horse Barn with Center Aisle
Fisher BarnsFisher Barns
Inspiration för ett stort lantligt brunt trähus, med två våningar, sadeltak och tak i metall
David Small DesignsDavid Small Designs
Jason Hartog Photography
Inspiration för moderna hus, med blandad fasad
Rustic CabinRustic Cabin
J  Martin BuildersJ Martin Builders
Heidi A. Long
Inspiration för små rustika hus
24 - Woodland, UT Residence24 - Woodland, UT Residence
Magleby ConstructionMagleby Construction
Foto på ett litet rustikt brunt trähus, med sadeltak, allt i ett plan och tak i shingel
Rustic ExteriorRustic Exterior
Idéer för ett mellanstort rustikt brunt trähus, med två våningar
2015 Street of Dreams | Serenity2015 Street of Dreams | Serenity
Westlake Development Group, LLCWestlake Development Group, LLC
Gregory Spec
Inspiration för ett stort funkis beige hus, med två våningar och blandad fasad
Bank BarnsBank Barns
King Construction Company LLCKing Construction Company LLC
Lantlig inredning av ett mellanstort brunt hus, med två våningar, valmat tak och tak i metall
59th Street59th Street
Baran Studio ArchitectureBaran Studio Architecture
Photo by Peter Lyons
Exempel på ett modernt hus, med allt i ett plan
Bild på ett mellanstort funkis vitt hus, med två våningar, blandad fasad och platt tak
Headwaters Camp Cabin, Big Sky, Montana - Private ResidenceHeadwaters Camp Cabin, Big Sky, Montana - Private Residence
Dan Joseph Architects, LLCDan Joseph Architects, LLC
Headwaters Camp Custom Designed Cabin by Dan Joseph Architects, LLC, PO Box 12770 Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 83001 - PH 1-800-800-3935 - info@djawest.com info@djawest.com
Castle Rock Craftsman HomeCastle Rock Craftsman Home
Erin Johnson Interiors, LLCErin Johnson Interiors, LLC

Idéer för amerikanska hus, med allt i ett plan och sadeltak
Porter Street BungalowPorter Street Bungalow
Moore Architects, PCMoore Architects, PC
The Cleveland Park neighborhood of Washington, D.C boasts some of the most beautiful and well maintained bungalows of the late 19th century. Residential streets are distinguished by the most significant craftsman icon, the front porch. Porter Street Bungalow was different. The stucco walls on the right and left side elevations were the first indication of an original bungalow form. Yet the swooping roof, so characteristic of the period, was terminated at the front by a first floor enclosure that had almost no penetrations and presented an unwelcoming face. Original timber beams buried within the enclosed mass provided the only fenestration where they nudged through. The house, known affectionately as ‘the bunker’, was in serious need of a significant renovation and restoration. A young couple purchased the house over 10 years ago as a first home. As their family grew and professional lives matured the inadequacies of the small rooms and out of date systems had to be addressed. The program called to significantly enlarge the house with a major new rear addition. The completed house had to fulfill all of the requirements of a modern house: a reconfigured larger living room, new shared kitchen and breakfast room and large family room on the first floor and three modified bedrooms and master suite on the second floor. Front photo by Hoachlander Davis Photography. All other photos by Prakash Patel.
Breakers Beach HouseBreakers Beach House
Noel Cross+ArchitectsNoel Cross+Architects
Firmness . . . Santa Cruz’s historically eclectic Pleasure Point neighborhood has been evolving in its own quirky way for almost a century, and many of its inhabitants seem to have been around just as long. They cling to the relaxed and funky seaside character of their beach community with an almost indignant provinciality. For both client and architect, neighborhood context became the singular focus of the design; to become the “poster child” for compatibility and sustainability. Dozens of photos were taken of the surrounding area as inspiration, with the goal of honoring the idiosyncratic, fine-grained character and informal scale of a neighborhood built over time. A low, horizontal weathered ipe fence at the street keeps out surfer vans and neighborhood dogs, and a simple gate beckons visitors to stroll down the boardwalk which gently angles toward the front door. A rusted steel fire pit is the focus of this ground level courtyard, which is encircled by a curving cor-ten garden wall graced by a sweep of horse tail reeds and tufts of feather grass. Extensive day-lighting throughout the home is achieved with high windows placed in all directions in all major rooms, resulting in an abundance of natural light throughout. The clients report having only to turning on lights at nightfall. Notable are the numerous passive solar design elements: careful attention to overhangs and shading devices at South- and West-facing glass to control heat gain, and passive ventilation via high windows in the tower elements, all are significant contributors to the structure’s energy efficiency. Commodity . . . Beautiful views of Monterey Bay and the lively local beach scene became the main drivers in plan and section. The upper floor was intentionally set back to preserve ocean views of the neighbor to the north. The surf obsessed clients wished to be able to see the “break” from their upper floor breakfast table perch, able to take a moment’s notice advantage of some killer waves. A tiny 4,500 s.f. lot and a desire to create a ground level courtyard for entertaining dictated the small footprint. A graceful curving cor-ten and stainless steel stair descends from the upper floor living areas, connecting them to a ground level “sanctuary”. A small detached art studio/surfboard storage shack in the back yard fulfills functional requirements, and includes an outdoor shower for the post-surf hose down. Parking access off a back alley helps to preserve ground floor space, and allows in the southern sun on the view/courtyard side. A relaxed “bare foot beach house” feel is underscored by weathered oak floors, painted re-sawn wall finishes, and painted wood ceilings, which recall the cozy cabins that stood here at Breakers Beach for nearly a century. Delight . . . Commemorating the history of the property was a priority for the surfing couple. With that in mind, they created an artistic reproduction of the original sign that decorated the property for many decades as an homage to the “Cozy Cabins at Breakers Beach”, which now graces the foyer. This casual assemblage of local vernacular architecture has been informed by the consistent scale and simple materials of nearby cottages, shacks, and bungalows. These influences were distilled down to a palette of board and batt, clapboard, and cedar shiplap, and synthesized with bolder forms that evoke images of nearby Capitola Wharf, beach lifeguard towers, and the client’s “surf shack” program requirements. The landscape design takes its cues from boardwalks, rusted steel fire rings, and native grasses, all of which firmly tie the building to its local beach community. The locals have embraced it as one of their own. Architect - Noel Cross Architect Landscape Architect - Christopher Yates Interior Designer - Gina Viscusi-Elson Lighting Designer - Vita Pehar Design Contractor - The Conrado Company
Ward-Young Architecture & Planning - Truckee, CAWard-Young Architecture & Planning - Truckee, CA
Photo by Asa Gilmore
Exempel på ett rustikt trähus

2 947 foton på träton hus

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