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Kleine Schwarze Häuser Ideen und Design

Black BungalowBlack Bungalow
Ed Hughey, Architect & RealtorEd Hughey, Architect & Realtor
Kleines, Einstöckiges Nordisches Haus mit schwarzer Fassadenfarbe, Satteldach und Schindeldach in Austin
Berkeley Craftsman ExpansionBerkeley Craftsman Expansion
ilumus, llc.ilumus, llc.
Ramona d'Viola - ilumus photography & marketing Blue Dog Renovation & Construction Workshop 30 Architects
Kleine, Einstöckige Urige Holzfassade Haus mit blauer Fassadenfarbe in San Francisco
LEED Platinum Certified ResidenceLEED Platinum Certified Residence
Noble Johnson ArchitectsNoble Johnson Architects
In fill project in a historic overlay neighborhood. Custom designed LEED Platinum residence. Showcase Photography
Kleines, Zweistöckiges Rustikales Haus mit Satteldach und blauer Fassadenfarbe in Nashville
Gracious front porchGracious front porch
Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
Kleine, Zweistöckige Rustikale Holzfassade Haus mit grüner Fassadenfarbe und Satteldach in Washington, D.C.
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
Компактная дача в стиле барнхаус.Компактная дача в стиле барнхаус.
St.PetrSt.Petr
Kleines, Zweistöckiges Skandinavisches Haus mit brauner Fassadenfarbe, Satteldach und Blechdach in Sonstige
Farmhouse ExteriorFarmhouse Exterior
Kleines, Zweistöckiges Landhaus Haus mit schwarzer Fassadenfarbe, Pultdach und Blechdach in Austin
Vermont goes Hobbit ModernVermont goes Hobbit Modern
Meditch Murphey ArchitectsMeditch Murphey Architects
Morning mist rises with the sun. photo by Lael Taylor
Kleines, Zweistöckiges Rustikales Haus mit brauner Fassadenfarbe, Satteldach und Blechdach in Washington, D.C.
Mike's HammockMike's Hammock
Josh Wynne ConstructionJosh 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
Hyde Park ResidenceHyde Park Residence
Mezger HomesMezger Homes
Kleines, Einstöckiges Modernes Einfamilienhaus mit weißer Fassadenfarbe, Mix-Fassade, Satteldach und Blechdach in Austin
Residential WorkResidential Work
CertaPro Painters of BellevilleCertaPro Painters of Belleville
Kleine, Zweistöckige Urige Holzfassade Haus mit grauer Fassadenfarbe und Satteldach in San Diego
Greenfield HouseGreenfield House
Bluetime CollaborativeBluetime Collaborative
Robert Swinburne
Kleine, Zweistöckige Landhaus Holzfassade Haus mit weißer Fassadenfarbe und Satteldach in Boston
Craven Gap ResidenceCraven Gap Residence
Samsel ArchitectsSamsel Architects
This modern passive solar residence sits on five acres of steep mountain land with great views looking down the Beaverdam Valley in Asheville, North Carolina. The house is on a south-facing slope that allowed the owners to build the energy efficient, passive solar house they had been dreaming of. Our clients were looking for decidedly modern architecture with a low maintenance exterior and a clean-lined and comfortable interior. We developed a light and neutral interior palette that provides a simple backdrop to highlight an extensive family art collection and eclectic mix of antique and modern furniture. Builder: Standing Stone Builders
WestoverWestover
MICHAEL MCDONOUGH ARCHITECT PAMICHAEL MCDONOUGH ARCHITECT PA
michael mcdonough
Kleine, Zweistöckige Rustikale Holzfassade Haus mit brauner Fassadenfarbe und Satteldach in Sonstige
Watercress ResidenceWatercress Residence
CLB ArchitectsCLB Architects
David J Swift Photography
Kleines, Einstöckiges Modernes Haus in Sonstige
Pine ForestPine Forest
Prentiss Balance Wickline ArchitectsPrentiss Balance Wickline Architects
(c) steve keating photography
Kleines, Einstöckiges Modernes Haus mit beiger Fassadenfarbe und Pultdach in Seattle
Eagle Harbor CabinEagle Harbor Cabin
FINNE ArchitectsFINNE 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.
A Small Retreat by the OceanA Small Retreat by the Ocean
Castanes Architects PSCastanes Architects PS
Another exterior view of the ocean retreat from the ocean side.
Kleines, Einstöckiges Modernes Haus mit Pultdach in Seattle
Lake | Flato Porch House at Miller RanchLake | Flato Porch House at Miller Ranch
Lake Flato ArchitectsLake Flato Architects
Lake | Flato Architects
Kleines, Einstöckiges Uriges Haus mit Metallfassade in Austin
Eagle Harbor CabinEagle Harbor Cabin
FINNE ArchitectsFINNE 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.

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