1. Exterior

Midcentury Exterior with Concrete Fibreboard Cladding Ideas and Designs

Cloud Residence
Cloud Residence
Ana Williamson Architect
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Modern Porch
Modern Porch
place architecture:design
The shape of the angled porch-roof, sets the tone for a truly modern entryway. This protective covering makes a dramatic statement, as it hovers over the front door. The blue-stone terrace conveys even more interest, as it gradually moves upward, morphing into steps, until it reaches the porch. Porch Detail The multicolored tan stone, used for the risers and retaining walls, is proportionally carried around the base of the house. Horizontal sustainable-fiber cement board replaces the original vertical wood siding, and widens the appearance of the facade. The color scheme — blue-grey siding, cherry-wood door and roof underside, and varied shades of tan and blue stone — is complimented by the crisp-contrasting black accents of the thin-round metal columns, railing, window sashes, and the roof fascia board and gutters. This project is a stunning example of an exterior, that is both asymmetrical and symmetrical. Prior to the renovation, the house had a bland 1970s exterior. Now, it is interesting, unique, and inviting. Photography Credit: Tom Holdsworth Photography Contractor: Owings Brothers Contracting
Holloway | Mid-Century Modern Farmhouse
Holloway | Mid-Century Modern Farmhouse
Vision Interiors
The Holloway blends the recent revival of mid-century aesthetics with the timelessness of a country farmhouse. Each façade features playfully arranged windows tucked under steeply pitched gables. Natural wood lapped siding emphasizes this homes more modern elements, while classic white board & batten covers the core of this house. A rustic stone water table wraps around the base and contours down into the rear view-out terrace. Inside, a wide hallway connects the foyer to the den and living spaces through smooth case-less openings. Featuring a grey stone fireplace, tall windows, and vaulted wood ceiling, the living room bridges between the kitchen and den. The kitchen picks up some mid-century through the use of flat-faced upper and lower cabinets with chrome pulls. Richly toned wood chairs and table cap off the dining room, which is surrounded by windows on three sides. The grand staircase, to the left, is viewable from the outside through a set of giant casement windows on the upper landing. A spacious master suite is situated off of this upper landing. Featuring separate closets, a tiled bath with tub and shower, this suite has a perfect view out to the rear yard through the bedroom's rear windows. All the way upstairs, and to the right of the staircase, is four separate bedrooms. Downstairs, under the master suite, is a gymnasium. This gymnasium is connected to the outdoors through an overhead door and is perfect for athletic activities or storing a boat during cold months. The lower level also features a living room with a view out windows and a private guest suite. Architect: Visbeen Architects Photographer: Ashley Avila Photography Builder: AVB Inc.
Mason-Grabell Residence
Mason-Grabell Residence
Arielle C. Schechter, AIA
The entry has a generous wood ramp to allow the owners' parents to visit with no encumbrance from steps or tripping hazards. The orange front door has a long sidelight of glass to allow the owners to see who is at the front door. The wood accent is on the outside of the home office or study.
Lincoln
Lincoln
Acorn Deck House Company
With a grand total of 1,247 square feet of living space, the Lincoln Deck House was designed to efficiently utilize every bit of its floor plan. This home features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a two-car detached garage and boasts an impressive great room, whose soaring ceilings and walls of glass welcome the outside in to make the space feel one with nature.
Lincoln
Lincoln
Acorn Deck House Company
With a grand total of 1,247 square feet of living space, the Lincoln Deck House was designed to efficiently utilize every bit of its floor plan. This home features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a two-car detached garage and boasts an impressive great room, whose soaring ceilings and walls of glass welcome the outside in to make the space feel one with nature.
"Privacy House" - Currently Under Construction
"Privacy House" - Currently Under Construction
Arielle C. Schechter, AIA
A detail of the cypress screen on the street side elevation. This gives the house the privacy the owners craved. Photo by Keith Isaacs.
"Privacy House" - Currently Under Construction
"Privacy House" - Currently Under Construction
Arielle C. Schechter, AIA
The south deck has a very high ceiling created by cantilevering the roof structure out. The owners wanted "a place to sit outside in the rain". Photo by Keith Isaacs.
Mason-Grabell Residence
Mason-Grabell Residence
Arielle C. Schechter, AIA
We designed sliding wood screens that can be easily closed to block the intense summer heat when needed.
Vintage Modern Garage
Vintage Modern Garage
HAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles
Property at sunrise reveals house and garage mirrored form and adjacency with site sloping high-to-low at sunrise - Architecture + Photography: HAUS
Vintage Modern Garage
Vintage Modern Garage
HAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles
Looking east from new garage to renovated primary residence structure - Architecture + Photography: HAUS
Holloway | Mid-Century Modern Farmhouse
Holloway | Mid-Century Modern Farmhouse
Vision Interiors
The Holloway blends the recent revival of mid-century aesthetics with the timelessness of a country farmhouse. Each façade features playfully arranged windows tucked under steeply pitched gables. Natural wood lapped siding emphasizes this homes more modern elements, while classic white board & batten covers the core of this house. A rustic stone water table wraps around the base and contours down into the rear view-out terrace. Inside, a wide hallway connects the foyer to the den and living spaces through smooth case-less openings. Featuring a grey stone fireplace, tall windows, and vaulted wood ceiling, the living room bridges between the kitchen and den. The kitchen picks up some mid-century through the use of flat-faced upper and lower cabinets with chrome pulls. Richly toned wood chairs and table cap off the dining room, which is surrounded by windows on three sides. The grand staircase, to the left, is viewable from the outside through a set of giant casement windows on the upper landing. A spacious master suite is situated off of this upper landing. Featuring separate closets, a tiled bath with tub and shower, this suite has a perfect view out to the rear yard through the bedroom's rear windows. All the way upstairs, and to the right of the staircase, is four separate bedrooms. Downstairs, under the master suite, is a gymnasium. This gymnasium is connected to the outdoors through an overhead door and is perfect for athletic activities or storing a boat during cold months. The lower level also features a living room with a view out windows and a private guest suite. Architect: Visbeen Architects Photographer: Ashley Avila Photography Builder: AVB Inc.
Lincoln
Lincoln
Acorn Deck House Company
With a grand total of 1,247 square feet of living space, the Lincoln Deck House was designed to efficiently utilize every bit of its floor plan. This home features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a two-car detached garage and boasts an impressive great room, whose soaring ceilings and walls of glass welcome the outside in to make the space feel one with nature.
"Evergreen"
"Evergreen"
Diane Plesset, CMKBD, NCIDQ, C.A.P.S.
Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home with Art Deco style, view of the entry and north side at dawn. Four-foot stepped eaves below the flat roofs, with rain chains designed to direct rainwater to a large collection cistern for landscape irrigation. Energy-efficient lighting inside and outside. Hydronic radiant heating throughout the home. Exterior walls constructed of insulating concrete forms, with James Hardie concrete siding panels. Dual-glaze Millgard "Ultra" fiberglass windows and doors. The home complies with Universal Design guidelines for accessibility and lifetime livability.
Ireland
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