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Kleine Holzfassade Häuser Ideen und Design

False Bay Writers CabinFalse Bay Writers Cabin
Olson KundigOlson Kundig
Photos by Tim Bies Photography Wood deck panels flip up to enclose the Writers Cabin when not in use or secured for the night. Simple open plan with small kitchen, bathroom and murphy bed. Roof collects rainwater.
FincubeFincube
werbe-foto.itwerbe-foto.it
Florian Berger
Einstöckige, Kleine Moderne Holzfassade Haus mit brauner Fassadenfarbe in Sonstige
Eagle PointEagle Point
Prentiss Balance Wickline ArchitectsPrentiss Balance Wickline Architects
Rob Skelton, Keoni Photos
Kleine, Einstöckige Moderne Holzfassade Haus mit brauner Fassadenfarbe in Seattle
Hut on SledsHut on Sleds
Crosson ArchitectsCrosson Architects
Jackie Meiring
Kleine, Zweistöckige Maritime Holzfassade Haus mit Flachdach in Auckland
Ferienhaus am Pönitzer Sees, Schleswig-Holstein für Thomas Dietrich ArchitekturFerienhaus am Pönitzer Sees, Schleswig-Holstein für Thomas Dietrich Architektur
Thomas Ebert Fotografie und VideoproduktionThomas Ebert Fotografie und Videoproduktion
Thomas Ebert
Kleine, Zweistöckige Moderne Holzfassade Haus mit brauner Fassadenfarbe und Satteldach in Hamburg
Brockloch BothyBrockloch Bothy
Echo LivingEcho Living
Solar panels integrated into the Bothy's pyramid roofs
Einstöckiges, Kleines Uriges Haus in Sonstige
Coburg HouseCoburg House
Lisa Breeze ArchitectLisa Breeze Architect
Built by Neverstop Group + Photograph by Caitlin Mills + Styling by Natalie James
Kleines, Einstöckiges Modernes Haus mit beiger Fassadenfarbe, Misch-Dachdeckung und Satteldach in Melbourne
California CoopCalifornia Coop
Carolina CoopsCarolina Coops
California Coop: A tiny home for chickens. This walk-in chicken coop has a 4' x 9' footprint and is perfect for small flocks and small backyards. Same great quality, just smaller!
Terraced House - Elm Grove - Modern Wood Exterior in a Wooded Suburban SettingTerraced House - Elm Grove - Modern Wood Exterior in a Wooded Suburban Setting
Vetter ArchitectsVetter Architects
The client’s request was quite common - a typical 2800 sf builder home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living space, and den. However, their desire was for this to be “anything but common.” The result is an innovative update on the production home for the modern era, and serves as a direct counterpoint to the neighborhood and its more conventional suburban housing stock, which focus views to the backyard and seeks to nullify the unique qualities and challenges of topography and the natural environment. The Terraced House cautiously steps down the site’s steep topography, resulting in a more nuanced approach to site development than cutting and filling that is so common in the builder homes of the area. The compact house opens up in very focused views that capture the natural wooded setting, while masking the sounds and views of the directly adjacent roadway. The main living spaces face this major roadway, effectively flipping the typical orientation of a suburban home, and the main entrance pulls visitors up to the second floor and halfway through the site, providing a sense of procession and privacy absent in the typical suburban home. Clad in a custom rain screen that reflects the wood of the surrounding landscape - while providing a glimpse into the interior tones that are used. The stepping “wood boxes” rest on a series of concrete walls that organize the site, retain the earth, and - in conjunction with the wood veneer panels - provide a subtle organic texture to the composition. The interior spaces wrap around an interior knuckle that houses public zones and vertical circulation - allowing more private spaces to exist at the edges of the building. The windows get larger and more frequent as they ascend the building, culminating in the upstairs bedrooms that occupy the site like a tree house - giving views in all directions. The Terraced House imports urban qualities to the suburban neighborhood and seeks to elevate the typical approach to production home construction, while being more in tune with modern family living patterns. Overview: Elm Grove Size: 2,800 sf, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Completion Date: September 2014 Services: Architecture, Landscape Architecture Interior Consultants: Amy Carman Design
Black BungalowBlack Bungalow
Ed Hughey, Architect & RealtorEd Hughey, Architect & Realtor
Kleines, Einstöckiges Nordisches Haus mit schwarzer Fassadenfarbe, Satteldach und Schindeldach in Austin
Cozy CottageCozy Cottage
Gatling DesignGatling Design
Photo by Ed Gohlich
Kleines, Einstöckiges Klassisches Haus mit weißer Fassadenfarbe, Satteldach und Schindeldach in San Diego
Seattle Boat HouseSeattle Boat House
Glo Windows and DoorsGlo Windows and Doors
A uniform and cohesive look adds simplicity to the overall aesthetic, supporting the minimalist design. The A5s is Glo’s slimmest profile, allowing for more glass, less frame, and wider sightlines. The concealed hinge creates a clean interior look while also providing a more energy-efficient air-tight window. The increased performance is also seen in the triple pane glazing used in both series. The windows and doors alike provide a larger continuous thermal break, multiple air seals, high-performance spacers, Low-E glass, and argon filled glazing, with U-values as low as 0.20. Energy efficiency and effortless minimalism create a breathtaking Scandinavian-style remodel.
The Oasis Tiny HomeThe Oasis Tiny Home
Paradise Tiny Homes LLCParadise Tiny Homes LLC
This tropical modern coastal Tiny Home is built on a trailer and is 8x24x14 feet. The blue exterior paint color is called cabana blue. The large circular window is quite the statement focal point for this how adding a ton of curb appeal. The round window is actually two round half-moon windows stuck together to form a circle. There is an indoor bar between the two windows to make the space more interactive and useful- important in a tiny home. There is also another interactive pass-through bar window on the deck leading to the kitchen making it essentially a wet bar. This window is mirrored with a second on the other side of the kitchen and the are actually repurposed french doors turned sideways. Even the front door is glass allowing for the maximum amount of light to brighten up this tiny home and make it feel spacious and open. This tiny home features a unique architectural design with curved ceiling beams and roofing, high vaulted ceilings, a tiled in shower with a skylight that points out over the tongue of the trailer saving space in the bathroom, and of course, the large bump-out circle window and awning window that provide dining spaces.
Tiny Houses in the WoodsTiny Houses in the Woods
The Construction Group Montana, LLCThe Construction Group Montana, LLC
Modern, small community living and vacationing in these tiny homes. The beautiful, shou sugi ban exterior fits perfectly in the natural, forest surrounding. Built to last on permanent concrete slabs and engineered for all the extreme weather that northwest Montana can throw at these rugged homes.
Little Black HouseLittle Black House
Elizabeth Herrmann architecture + designElizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
Kleines, Zweistöckiges Skandinavisches Haus mit schwarzer Fassadenfarbe, Satteldach und Blechdach in Burlington
The DenaliThe Denali
Timbercraft Tiny HomesTimbercraft Tiny Homes
Kleines, Einstöckiges Klassisches Haus mit grüner Fassadenfarbe, Satteldach und Blechdach in Sonstige
Kids PodKids Pod
Mihaly SlocombeMihaly Slocombe
Glowing like a lantern. Photography by Emma Cross
Kleine, Einstöckige Moderne Holzfassade Haus mit brauner Fassadenfarbe in Melbourne
New Orleans Charm with a Private CourtyardNew Orleans Charm with a Private Courtyard
Highland Homes, Inc.Highland Homes, Inc.
New Orleans Inspired Front Porch and Private Courtyard for great outdoor living.
Kleine, Zweistöckige Klassische Holzfassade Haus mit weißer Fassadenfarbe und Walmdach in New Orleans
ExteriorExterior
Knight Construction Design Inc.Knight Construction Design Inc.
How do you make a split entry not look like a split entry? Several challenges presented themselves when designing the new entry/portico. The homeowners wanted to keep the large transom window above the front door and the need to address “where is” the front entry and of course, curb appeal. With the addition of the new portico, custom built cedar beams and brackets along with new custom made cedar entry and garage doors added warmth and style. Final touches of natural stone, a paver stoop and walkway, along professionally designed landscaping. This home went from ordinary to extraordinary! Architecture was done by KBA Architects in Minneapolis.
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

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