Modern House Exterior Ideas and Designs
Paul Cashin Architects
Situated just north of the village of Upham, near Winchester, is Woodcote House. Nestled amongst the rolling chalk hills of the South Downs National Park, this contemporary house replaces a series of brick buildings that had fallen into disrepair. After achieving permission at appeal, work started on the house in 2017 and took two years to build. The property includes four large bedrooms, each with ensuite, and countryside views from spacious open-plan living, dining and kitchen areas which feature wide expanses of glazing. Carefully considered details have been incorporated into the design, such as bespoke joinery for the fireplace and bathrooms, specially fabricated slimline copings and cladding sections, and brick cantilevers that complement the modern proposals. The rural facing brick was chosen to reference the memory of the buildings that this home replaces, whilst the landscape (design by Andy McIndoe) has been shaped and planted to help the house settle into the landscape. Internally the house has a simple layout, with single level large open plan living and kitchen spaces, and further accommodation areas split amongst two levels. A central spine links these spaces via a minimal timber staircase. Outside spaces are linked to the ground floor rooms with terraces and views to the South Downs, particularly to the north across the large gardens. The house meets Code 4 of the Sustainable Homes criteria with it's natural ventilation strategy and high level of insulation. This project is a collaboration between Paul Cashin Architects and Design Engine.
IQ Glass UK
IQ Glass installed large architectural glazing on this impressive detached New Build in London. Large elements of glazing included guillotine windows to make a statement while allowing fantastic light to ingress through.Vertically sliding sash were installed for unrestricted view of the entrance with a vertical sightline of just 21mm. Other elements of glazing included Frameless Picture Windows, Aluminium Casement Doors and Windows.
Inglis Badrashi Loddo Architects
Ben Carpenter Photography
Wilkinson King Architects
The centre piece of the works was a single storey ground floor extension that extended the kitchen and usable living space, whilst connecting the house with the garden thanks to the Grand Slider II aluminium sliding doors and a large fixed frame picture window. Architect: Simon Whitehead Architects Photographer: Bill Bolton
Image courtesy of SHH
Divine Custom Homes
Ranch style house brick painted with a remodeled soffit and front porch. stained wood. -Blackstone Painters
Giulietti Schouten Weber Architects
Dallas Builders Association
LRO Residential is proud to offer our latest new home completion at 6715 Chevy Chase Avenue in Preston Hollow. 6715 Chevy Chase is conveniently located close to Preston Hollow Park and an endless varieties of shopping and restaurants. The striking front elevation of the home boasts a crisp white painted brick accented with cast stone and large modern Marvin windows allowing in an abundance of natural light. The home, completed this month, has 5,037 sq ft of living space; 4 bedrooms, 4 full & 1 half baths, formal dining room, study, family room, kitchen, breakfast area, outdoor living, game-room, exercise room, 2 car garage and room for a pool. From the moment you step through the heavy iron front door you will notice exceptional quality and innovative design features typical of an LRO Residential built home. We incorporate such items as hand scraped White Oak flooring, designer marbles, limestones and unique ceramic tiles. Walls are finished in a classic white and the home has clean lined millwork and doors typical of the popular transitional style. Energy efficient methods and products are utilized during construction on all LRO homes such as the use of full foam insulation, Carrier HVAC systems, Rennai Tankless hot water heaters with recirculation system, & Low E Marvin clad windows. The home is equipped with Lutron lighting Control and is prewired for Lutron window shade control. The security system, air conditioning, and exterior security cameras are capable of being monitored and controlled via your smartphone. A Control 4 home automation system can also be added. Notable rooms include the formal dining with designer lighting adjacent to the butlers area complete with an ice-maker, Sub-Zero wine & beverage storage refrigerator and second dishwasher. The generous family room has Trestlewood 140 year old wood beams and large Marvin sliding glass doors opening to the outdoor living. Outside are Bevolo gas lanterns, Infratech porch heaters and automated roll down screens. Polished marble butcher block countertops and stainless Wolf/Sub-Zero appliances make the kitchen shine. The master suite has vaulted beamed ceilings and floor to ceiling casement windows. The master bathroom boasts a sophisticated luxury of veined limestone highlighted by a freestanding Victoria & Albert soaking tub. For more information, visit www.LROResidential.com or call Les Owens on 214-676-4119. To view additional photos of this home along with other completed homes please look up our profile on Houzz.com. 6715 Chevy Chase Avenue is priced at $1,795,000.00 and will be open Sunday September 25th from 1 to 4pm. This Home of the Week is presented by the Dallas Builders Association. For information on the Association please visit www.dallasbuilders.com.
Description: Interior Design by Neal Stewart Designs ( http://nealstewartdesigns.com/). Architecture by Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects ( http://www.shmarchitects.com/david-stocker-1/). Built by Coats Homes (www.coatshomes.com). Photography by Costa Christ Media ( https://www.costachrist.com/). Others who worked on this project: Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro