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Kleine, Dreistöckige Häuser Ideen und Design

Modern on the Metedeconck RiverModern on the Metedeconck River
Tokarski Millemann Architects, LLCTokarski Millemann Architects, LLC
Front Elevation featuring Nichia Panels and white stucco.
Kleines, Dreistöckiges Modernes Einfamilienhaus mit Putzfassade, weißer Fassadenfarbe, Flachdach und Blechdach in New York
Seaside ShingleSeaside Shingle
VanderHorn ArchitectsVanderHorn Architects
Kleines, Dreistöckiges Klassisches Haus mit grauer Fassadenfarbe in Sonstige
Bay Cottage - FarmhouseBay Cottage - Farmhouse
Visbeen ArchitectsVisbeen Architects
Builder: Boone Construction Photographer: M-Buck Studio This lakefront farmhouse skillfully fits four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms in this carefully planned open plan. The symmetrical front façade sets the tone by contrasting the earthy textures of shake and stone with a collection of crisp white trim that run throughout the home. Wrapping around the rear of this cottage is an expansive covered porch designed for entertaining and enjoying shaded Summer breezes. A pair of sliding doors allow the interior entertaining spaces to open up on the covered porch for a seamless indoor to outdoor transition. The openness of this compact plan still manages to provide plenty of storage in the form of a separate butlers pantry off from the kitchen, and a lakeside mudroom. The living room is centrally located and connects the master quite to the home’s common spaces. The master suite is given spectacular vistas on three sides with direct access to the rear patio and features two separate closets and a private spa style bath to create a luxurious master suite. Upstairs, you will find three additional bedrooms, one of which a private bath. The other two bedrooms share a bath that thoughtfully provides privacy between the shower and vanity.
Northside TownhomesNorthside Townhomes
MMW ArchitectsMMW Architects
Photo by Hixson Studio
Kleines, Dreistöckiges Modernes Reihenhaus mit Metallfassade, grauer Fassadenfarbe und Flachdach in Sonstige
Earl's Court 6Earl's Court 6
Clarke Design GroupClarke Design Group
David Strauss Photography
Dreistöckige, Kleine Maritime Holzfassade Haus mit weißer Fassadenfarbe und Satteldach in Charleston
Modern Mountain HomeModern Mountain Home
StudioHOFF ArchitectureStudioHOFF Architecture
This 2,000 square foot vacation home is located in the rocky mountains. The home was designed for thermal efficiency and to maximize flexibility of space. Sliding panels convert the two bedroom home into 5 separate sleeping areas at night, and back into larger living spaces during the day. The structure is constructed of SIPs (structurally insulated panels). The glass walls, window placement, large overhangs, sunshade and concrete floors are designed to take advantage of passive solar heating and cooling, while the masonry thermal mass heats and cools the home at night.
Beach Style ExteriorBeach Style Exterior
Kleine, Dreistöckige Maritime Holzfassade Haus mit blauer Fassadenfarbe in Seattle
Timberpeg Carriage HouseTimberpeg Carriage House
TimberpegTimberpeg
Kleine, Dreistöckige Rustikale Holzfassade Haus mit brauner Fassadenfarbe und Satteldach in Boston
Chicago Net Positive Luxury HomeChicago Net Positive Luxury Home
Kipnis Architecture + PlanningKipnis Architecture + Planning
The exterior of this home is a modern composition of intersecting masses and planes, all cleanly proportioned. The natural wood overhang and front door stand out from the monochromatic taupe/bronze color scheme. http://www.kipnisarch.com Cable Photo/Wayne Cable http://selfmadephoto.com
Dining Room Extension and LandscapeDining Room Extension and Landscape
Your Home PlansYour Home Plans
Kleine, Dreistöckige Klassische Doppelhaushälfte mit Backsteinfassade, Satteldach, Ziegeldach und grauem Dach in Sussex
Backyard PatioBackyard Patio
Look Design GroupLook Design Group
This project was developed in strong collaboration with the homes’ stylish owner, Sally Small, who engaged us to design a split-level home extension that could push the limits in terms of permissible built form controls and capitalise on every inch of available floor space. The alterations and additions have been designed to be both sympathetic to the owners’ strong interior aesthetic and the compact nature of the site, which was constrained by a 7.5 metre street frontage. Builder: Reliant Constructions. Interiors & Joinery Design: Sally Small, home owner.
1708B 7th Avenue1708B 7th Avenue
Aerial Development GroupAerial Development Group
Kleine, Dreistöckige Klassische Holzfassade Haus mit blauer Fassadenfarbe in Nashville
Garmisch House Vail ModernGarmisch House Vail Modern
Martin Manley ArchitectsMartin Manley Architects
Kleine, Dreistöckige Moderne Holzfassade Haus in Denver
Lantern StudioLantern Studio
Flavin ArchitectsFlavin Architects
Set in the garden beside a traditional Dutch Colonial home in Wellesley, Flavin conceived this boldly modern retreat, built of steel, wood and concrete. The building is designed to engage the client’s passions for gardening, entertaining and restoring vintage Vespa scooters. The Vespa repair shop and garage are on the first floor. The second floor houses a home office and veranda. On top is a roof deck with space for lounging and outdoor dining, surrounded by a vegetable garden in raised planters. The structural steel frame of the building is left exposed; and the side facing the public side is draped with a mahogany screen that creates privacy in the building and diffuses the dappled light filtered through the trees. Photo by: Nat Rea Photography
Saratoga Hill House, Resilient Design, Camano Island WASaratoga Hill House, Resilient Design, Camano Island WA
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest ArchitectsDan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Detail of steel frame and entry stair. Photography by Lucas Henning.
Kleines, Dreistöckiges Modernes Einfamilienhaus mit Metallfassade, schwarzer Fassadenfarbe, Pultdach und Blechdach in Seattle
Modern Mountain HomeModern Mountain Home
StudioHOFF ArchitectureStudioHOFF Architecture
This 2,000 square foot vacation home is located in the rocky mountains. The home was designed for thermal efficiency and to maximize flexibility of space. Sliding panels convert the two bedroom home into 5 separate sleeping areas at night, and back into larger living spaces during the day. The structure is constructed of SIPs (structurally insulated panels). The glass walls, window placement, large overhangs, sunshade and concrete floors are designed to take advantage of passive solar heating and cooling, while the masonry thermal mass heats and cools the home at night.
Green House - 1152 - South Main ColoradoGreen House - 1152 - South Main Colorado
Kenny Craft,  CNU  LEED APKenny Craft, CNU LEED AP
Kleine, Dreistöckige Klassische Holzfassade Haus in Charlotte
積み重なりの家積み重なりの家
荻原雅史建築設計事務所荻原雅史建築設計事務所
東京都における専用住宅です。敷地は前面道路が幅員4mの私道に面し、隣地には3階建ての建物が建ち並ぶ環境でした。 階構成は1階にピロティと寝室、2階にリビングとキッチン、3階に水回りと個室。各階の平面形状はゆとりのあるピロティ、解放的なリビング、北側斜線や軒高制限、ロフト面積の制限等から木造でありながら自由な平面形状を持ち各階に最適な空間をつくっています。 外観はロフトも含め異なった形状の箱がずれながら4つ積み重なったような構成となっています。2階部分は最大で2,260mmの跳ね出し床となっています。
Beaucatcher Barn HomeBeaucatcher Barn Home
Samsel ArchitectsSamsel Architects
We used the timber frame of a century old barn to build this rustic modern house. The barn was dismantled, and reassembled on site. Inside, we designed the home to showcase as much of the original timber frame as possible. Photography by Todd Crawford
Harrisonburg HomeHarrisonburg Home
The Gaines Group ArchitectsThe Gaines Group Architects
Contemporary home built on an infill lot in downtown Harrisonburg. The goal of saving as many trees as possible led to the creation of a bridge to the front door. This not only allowed for saving trees, but also created a reduction is site development costs.

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