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Smiths Lake House
Smiths Lake House
Sandberg Schoffel Architects
The covered entry stair leads to the outdoor living space under the flying roof. The building is all steel framed and clad for fire resistance. Sprinklers on the roof can be remotely activated to provide fire protection if needed. Photo; Guy Allenby
Beach Drive Waterfront Studio. Camano Island WA
Beach Drive Waterfront Studio. Camano Island WA
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Photography by Lucas Henning.
シアトルにあるラグジュアリーな小さなモダンスタイルのおしゃれな家の外観 (石材サイディング) の写真
Carsten Lane House
Carsten Lane House
Matthew Fowler, Architect
Another view of the Carsten Lane House.
マイアミにある小さなトラディショナルスタイルのおしゃれな家の外観の写真
Indianola Poetry Studio
Indianola Poetry Studio
Harrison Architects
Reclaimed windows and doors were used in this conversion of a flat-roofed garage to a poetry writing studio with a sleeping loft. Photo by Rob Harrison.
Kids Pod
Kids Pod
Mihaly Slocombe
Glowing like a lantern. Photography by Emma Cross
メルボルンにある高級な小さなコンテンポラリースタイルのおしゃれな家の外観の写真
Rústico Fachada
Rústico Fachada
マドリードにあるお手頃価格の小さなラスティックスタイルのおしゃれな家の外観の写真
Stone Thoreau Cabin
Stone Thoreau Cabin
Bensonwood
ボストンにある小さなラスティックスタイルのおしゃれな平屋 (石材サイディング) の写真
Ridge House
Ridge House
GriD architects
Paul Burk Photography
ワシントンD.C.にある低価格の小さなコンテンポラリースタイルのおしゃれな家の外観の写真
DESIGN FOR MANKIND GUESTHOUSE
DESIGN FOR MANKIND GUESTHOUSE
Marvin
他の地域にある小さなミッドセンチュリースタイルのおしゃれな家の外観の写真
White Family Cabin
White Family Cabin
Concept Architecture, LLC
Focus Photography NW
シアトルにある小さなコンテンポラリースタイルのおしゃれな家の外観 (コンクリート繊維板サイディング) の写真
West River Beach Cottage
West River Beach Cottage
Brickhouse Kitchens and Baths
ボルチモアにあるお手頃価格の小さなビーチスタイルのおしゃれな家の外観 (コンクリート繊維板サイディング、緑の外壁) の写真
The Betty Cottage Home
The Betty Cottage Home
LAND DEVELOPMENT AND BUILDING, LLC
The Betty at Inglenook’s Pocket Neighborhoods is an open two-bedroom Cottage-style Home that facilitates everyday living on a single level. High ceilings in the kitchen, family room and dining nook make this a bright and enjoyable space for your morning coffee, cooking a gourmet dinner, or entertaining guests. Whether it’s the Betty Sue or a Betty Lou, the Betty plans are tailored to maximize the way we live.
Hammock Area - East View
Hammock Area - East View
Kurt Krueger Architects
Unlimited Style Photography
ロサンゼルスにある高級な小さなコンテンポラリースタイルのおしゃれな家の外観の写真
Blue Ridge Georgia Cabins
Blue Ridge Georgia Cabins
Envision Web
Stuart Wade, Envision Web Take a deep breath and relax… Surround yourself with beauty, relaxation and natural fun in Georgia’s Blue Ridge, only 90 miles north of Atlanta via I-575 and Hwy 515, but a million miles away from the traffic, stress and anxiety of the city. With 106,000 acres located in the Chattahoochee National Forest, Blue Ridge is definitely the cure for whatever ails you. Rent a cozy cabin or a luxury mountain home, or stay in a bed & breakfast inn or hotel -- and simply relax. Enjoy Mother Nature at her best… Renew your spirit on a day hiking to nearby waterfalls or horseback riding on forested trails in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Bring the family and discover the thrill of an Ocoee River whitewater rafting adventure, ride on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway or treetop canopy adventure. Rent a pontoon or a jet ski on beautiful Lake Blue Ridge. Pick strawberries or blueberries at Mercier's, a 65 year old family orchard. Catch a trout on the tailwaters of the Toccoa River or a clear mountain stream; Blue Ridge is the Trout Fishing Capital of Georgia. Fall in Love with Blue Ridge… Fall in love with the authentic mountain towns of Blue Ridge and McCaysville. Blue Ridge is an Art Town, filled with art galleries, antique and specialty shops, restaurants, small town atmosphere and friendly people. A river runs through the quaint town of McCaysville, twin city with Copperhill, Tennessee. Stand in both states at one time at the Blue Line, which marks the spot where Georgia ends and Tennessee begins. Here the Toccoa River becomes the Ocoee River, flowing northward into Tennessee.
Little Cottage on Chester
Little Cottage on Chester
Gill Design Co.
We found a sweet little cottage in east Nashville and fell in love. The seller's expectation was that we would tear it down and build a duplex, but we felt that this house had so much more it wanted to give. The interior space is small, but a double-swing front porch, large rear deck and an old garage converted into studio space make for flexible living solutions.
The Barnyard
The Barnyard
MiUdesign
Conversion of a Grade II listed apple barn into a one bedroom residence set within the beautiful Kent countryside
ケントにあるお手頃価格の小さなラスティックスタイルのおしゃれな家の外観 (下見板張り) の写真
Bohemian Rhapsody
Bohemian Rhapsody
NUMI Home
ロサンゼルスにあるお手頃価格の小さなカントリー風のおしゃれな家の外観 (コンクリート繊維板サイディング) の写真
ADU Featured in Oregonian
ADU Featured in Oregonian
Northwest Heritage Renovations
This picture gives you an idea how the garage, main house, and ADU are arranged on the property. Our goal was to minimize the impact to the backyard, maximize privacy of each living space from one another, maximize light for each building, etc. One way in which we were able to accomplish that was building the ADU slab on grade to keep it as low to the ground as possible and minimize it's solar footprint on the property. Cutting up the roof not only made it more interesting from the house above but also helped with solar footprint. The garage was reduced in length by about 8' to accommodate the ADU. A separate laundry is located just inside the back man-door to the garage for the ADU and for easy washing of outdoor gear. Anna Campbell Photography
Black Bungalow
Black Bungalow
Ed Hughey, Architect & Realtor
オースティンにあるお手頃価格の小さな北欧スタイルのおしゃれな家の外観の写真
The NEW Jewel
The NEW Jewel
New Energy Works Timberframers
Phil and Rocio, little did you know how perfect your timing was when you came to us and asked for a “small but perfect home”. Fertile ground indeed as we thought about working on something like a precious gem, or what we’re calling a NEW Jewel. So many of our clients now are building smaller homes because they simply don’t need a bigger one. Seems smart for many reasons: less vacuuming, less heating and cooling, less taxes. And for many, less strain on the finances as we get to the point where retirement shines bright and hopeful. For the jewel of a home we wanted to start with 1,000 square feet. Enough room for a pleasant common area, a couple of away rooms for bed and work, a couple of bathrooms and yes to a mudroom and pantry. (For Phil and Rocio’s, we ended up with 1,140 square feet.) The Jewel would not compromise on design intent, envelope or craft intensity. This is the big benefit of the smaller footprint, of course. By using a pure and simple form for the house volume, a true jewel would have enough money in the budget for the highest quality materials, net-zero levels of insulation, triple pane windows, and a high-efficiency heat pump. Additionally, the doors would be handcrafted, the cabinets solid wood, the finishes exquisite, and craftsmanship shudderingly excellent. Our many thanks to Phil and Rocio for including us in their dream home project. It is truly a Jewel! From the homeowners (read their full note here): “It is quite difficult to express the deep sense of gratitude we feel towards everyone that contributed to the Jewel…many of which I don’t have the ability to send this to, or even be able to name. The artistic, creative flair combined with real-life practicality is a major component of our place we will love for many years to come. Please pass on our thanks to everyone that was involved. We look forward to visits from any and all as time goes by." –Phil and Rocio Read more about the first steps for this Jewel on our blog. Reclaimed Wood, Kitchen Cabinetry, Bedroom Door: Pioneer Millworks Entry door: NEWwoodworks Professional Photos: Loren Nelson Photography
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