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Holzhaus in Schleching
Holzhaus in Schleching
Lebensraum Holz GmbH
Nach dem Entwurf des Architekturbüros w.raum Sebastian Wagnerberger entstand hier ein modernes Niedrigenergiehaus, das sich in der Architektur anlehnt an das traditionelle Chiemgauer Bauernhaus. Außen ist das Gebäude optisch geteilt in Wohnhaus und »Stadl«, ganz genau zu erkennen an der unterschiedlichen Gestaltung der Fassade in Bezug auf Fenstergröße und Schalungsart. Der Wohnhausteil ist außerdem mit einem großen Dachüberstand und Balkon ausgestattet. Die Fensterläden hier sind klassische Holzläden, während auf der Stadlseite moderne Schiebeläden eingebaut wurden. Auch innen unterscheiden sich die Bereiche – im Wohnhaus traditionell gemütlich mit kleineren Räumen und niedrigeren Decken, im Stadl ein großzügiges Studio im OG. Baujahr 2015 Wohnfläche 202 m² Leistungen Fachplanung, GU-Ausführung Entwurf w.raum Architekt Sebastian Wagnerberger Heizsystem Luft-Wasser-Wärmepumpe mit Fußbodenheizung, Holzofen Technische Daten Datenblatt Aufnahmen: Michael Voit
New Hampshire Snow and Lake Lodge
New Hampshire Snow and Lake Lodge
MossCreek
This beautiful lake and snow lodge site on the waters edge of Lake Sunapee, and only one mile from Mt Sunapee Ski and Snowboard Resort. The home features conventional and timber frame construction. MossCreek's exquisite use of exterior materials include poplar bark, antique log siding with dovetail corners, hand cut timber frame, barn board siding and local river stone piers and foundation. Inside, the home features reclaimed barn wood walls, floors and ceilings.
Richard
Richard
Rosewood Custom Builders
Großes, Zweistöckiges, Lilanes Klassisches Einfamilienhaus mit Mix-Fassade, Walmdach und Schindeldach in Dallas
Crow's Pond House
Crow's Pond House
Joseph B Lanza Design + Building
Traditional Cape Cod "Half house" entry at twilight. Photo by Scott Gibson, courtesy Fine Homebuilding magazine The renovation and expansion of this traditional half Cape cottage into a bright and spacious four bedroom vacation house was featured in Fine Homebuilding magazine and in the books Additions and Updating Classic America: Capes from Taunton Press.
A Halloween Soiree
A Halloween Soiree
Schumacher Interiors, LLC
Andrea Brandt LUME Photography
Eklektisches Haus in Sonstige
Glass Wall House
Glass Wall House
Klopf Architecture
Klopf Architecture, Arterra Landscape Architects and Henry Calvert of Calvert Ventures Designed and built a new warm, modern, Eichler-inspired, open, indoor-outdoor home on a deeper-than-usual San Mateo Highlands property where an original Eichler house had burned to the ground. The owners wanted multi-generational living and larger spaces than the original home offered, but all parties agreed that the house should respect the neighborhood and blend in stylistically with the other Eichlers. At first the Klopf team considered re-using what little was left of the original home and expanding on it. But after discussions with the owner and builder, all parties agreed that the last few remaining elements of the house were not practical to re-use, so Klopf Architecture designed a new home that pushes the Eichler approach in new directions. One disadvantage of Eichler production homes is that the house designs were not optimized for each specific lot. A new custom home offered the team a chance to start over. In this case, a longer house that opens up sideways to the south fit the lot better than the original square-ish house that used to open to the rear (west). Accordingly, the Klopf team designed an L-shaped “bar” house with a large glass wall with large sliding glass doors that faces sideways instead of to the rear like a typical Eichler. This glass wall opens to a pool and landscaped yard designed by Arterra Landscape Architects. Driving by the house, one might assume at first glance it is an Eichler because of the horizontality, the overhanging flat roof eaves, the dark gray vertical siding, and orange solid panel front door, but the house is designed for the 21st Century and is not meant to be a “Likeler.” You won't see any posts and beams in this home. Instead, the ceiling decking is a western red cedar that covers over all the beams. Like Eichlers, this cedar runs continuously from inside to out, enhancing the indoor / outdoor feeling of the house, but unlike Eichlers it conceals a cavity for lighting, wiring, and insulation. Ceilings are higher, rooms are larger and more open, the master bathroom is light-filled and more generous, with a separate tub and shower and a separate toilet compartment, and there is plenty of storage. The garage even easily fits two of today's vehicles with room to spare. A massive 49-foot by 12-foot wall of glass and the continuity of materials from inside to outside enhance the inside-outside living concept, so the owners and their guests can flow freely from house to pool deck to BBQ to pool and back. During construction in the rough framing stage, Klopf thought the front of the house appeared too tall even though the house had looked right in the design renderings (probably because the house is uphill from the street). So Klopf Architecture paid the framer to change the roofline from how we had designed it to be lower along the front, allowing the home to blend in better with the neighborhood. One project goal was for people driving up the street to pass the home without immediately noticing there is an "imposter" on this lot, and making that change was essential to achieve that goal. This 2,606 square foot, 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom Eichler-inspired new house is located in San Mateo in the heart of the Silicon Valley. Klopf Architecture Project Team: John Klopf, AIA, Klara Kevane Landscape Architect: Arterra Landscape Architects Contractor: Henry Calvert of Calvert Ventures Photography ©2016 Mariko Reed Location: San Mateo, CA Year completed: 2016
Modern Exterior
Modern Exterior
Mittelgroßes, Zweistöckiges, Weißes Modernes Haus mit Putzfassade und Flachdach in Miami
ROCKSLPIT
ROCKSLPIT
COMETA ARCHITECTS
Dimitris Kleanthis, Betty Tsaousi, Nikos Zoulamopoulos, Vasislios Vakis, Eftratios Komis
Kleines, Zweistöckiges, Braunes Mediterranes Haus mit Steinfassade und Flachdach in Barcelona
Rear Elevation
Rear Elevation
JMDG Architecture | Planning + Interiors
Photos by Giovanni Photography
Großes, Einstöckiges, Graues Haus mit Putzfassade und Satteldach in Tampa
Porch - Traditional - 1
Porch - Traditional - 1
Liberty Hill Construction
Mittelgroßes, Zweistöckiges, Grünes Klassisches Haus mit Vinylfassade in Manchester
Lupton (Preston Hollow)
Lupton (Preston Hollow)
Nixon Custom Homes
Großes, Zweistöckiges, Rotes Klassisches Einfamilienhaus mit Backsteinfassade, Satteldach und Schindeldach in Dallas
0318 | Abaco Bahamas
0318 | Abaco Bahamas
Andreozzi Architecture
Photography: Aaron Usher III www.aaronusher.com/
Gelbes Haus in Boston
Eco Retreat
Eco Retreat
Sorensen Architects & Interiors
Mittelgroßes, Zweistöckiges Uriges Haus mit Glasfassade in Los Angeles
House in the trees
House in the trees
Rill Architects
Photography by James Sphan
Rustikales Haus mit Steinfassade in Washington, D.C.
Treehouse
Treehouse
Thomas Lawton Architect
Frontier Group; This low impact design includes a very small footprint (500 s.f.) that required minimal grading, preserving most of the vegetation and hardwood tress on the site. The home lives up to its name, blending softly into the hillside by use of curves, native stone, cedar shingles, and native landscaping. Outdoor rooms were created with covered porches and a terrace area carved out of the hillside. Inside, a loft-like interior includes clean, modern lines and ample windows to make the space uncluttered and spacious.
Blairgowrie House
Blairgowrie House
ArchiBlox
Tom Ross | Brilliant Creek
Mittelgroßes, Graues Modernes Haus mit Metallfassade und Flachdach in Melbourne
Woodland Cabin
Woodland Cabin
Studio Bloc
In a forest of spruce and birch trees this contemporary holiday home immerses its occupants in the landscape. The dwelling accommodates a lounge, mini kitchen, bathroom, sleeping area and an outdoor sun deck behaves as an open-air living room. The size of the large windows fill the compact interior with natural light.
Saunders Village 3.0
Saunders Village 3.0
Jordan Iverson Signature Homes
This is our take on a modern farmhouse. With mixed exterior textures and materials, we accomplished both the modern feel with the attraction of farmhouse style.
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