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Hamptons Meadow Compound
Hamptons Meadow Compound
larson architecture works pllclarson architecture works pllc
Esempio della villa blu country a due piani con tetto a capanna e copertura in metallo o lamiera
Larkspur Farmhouse
Larkspur Farmhouse
HEYDT DESIGNSHEYDT DESIGNS
Photography by Golden Gate Creative
Esempio della villa bianca country a due piani di medie dimensioni con rivestimento in legno, tetto a capanna, copertura a scandole, tetto grigio e pannelli sovrapposti
Northeast Farmhouse Remodel
Northeast Farmhouse Remodel
Beth Gilbert InteriorsBeth Gilbert Interiors
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WEST BAY HOMES real estate developmentWEST BAY HOMES real estate development
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Paul Green Historic Home/Chapel Hill, NC/Vacant Home Staging
Paul Green Historic Home/Chapel Hill, NC/Vacant Home Staging
Successful Staging/Bobbie McGrathSuccessful Staging/Bobbie McGrath
Touches of color add interest to the all important curb appeal. Notice how the color draws your eyes toward the front door! Photo by Marilyn Peryer
Immagine della villa grande bianca country a due piani con rivestimento in legno, tetto a capanna e copertura in metallo o lamiera
Lincoln Net Positive Farmhouse
Lincoln Net Positive Farmhouse
ZeroEnergy DesignZeroEnergy Design
Lincoln Farmhouse LEED-H Platinum, Net-Positive Energy OVERVIEW. This LEED Platinum certified modern farmhouse ties into the cultural landscape of Lincoln, Massachusetts - a town known for its rich history, farming traditions, conservation efforts, and visionary architecture. The goal was to design and build a new single family home on 1.8 acres that respects the neighborhood’s agrarian roots, produces more energy than it consumes, and provides the family with flexible spaces to live-play-work-entertain. The resulting 2,800 SF home is proof that families do not need to compromise on style, space or comfort in a highly energy-efficient and healthy home. CONNECTION TO NATURE. The attached garage is ubiquitous in new construction in New England’s cold climate. This home’s barn-inspired garage is intentionally detached from the main dwelling. A covered walkway connects the two structures, creating an intentional connection with the outdoors between auto and home. FUNCTIONAL FLEXIBILITY. With a modest footprint, each space must serve a specific use, but also be flexible for atypical scenarios. The Mudroom serves everyday use for the couple and their children, but is also easy to tidy up to receive guests, eliminating the need for two entries found in most homes. A workspace is conveniently located off the mudroom; it looks out on to the back yard to supervise the children and can be closed off with a sliding door when not in use. The Away Room opens up to the Living Room for everyday use; it can be closed off with its oversized pocket door for secondary use as a guest bedroom with en suite bath. NET POSITIVE ENERGY. The all-electric home consumes 70% less energy than a code-built house, and with measured energy data produces 48% more energy annually than it consumes, making it a 'net positive' home. Thick walls and roofs lack thermal bridging, windows are high performance, triple-glazed, and a continuous air barrier yields minimal leakage (0.27ACH50) making the home among the tightest in the US. Systems include an air source heat pump, an energy recovery ventilator, and a 13.1kW photovoltaic system to offset consumption and support future electric cars. ACTUAL PERFORMANCE. -6.3 kBtu/sf/yr Energy Use Intensity (Actual monitored project data reported for the firm’s 2016 AIA 2030 Commitment. Average single family home is 52.0 kBtu/sf/yr.) o 10,900 kwh total consumption (8.5 kbtu/ft2 EUI) o 16,200 kwh total production o 5,300 kwh net surplus, equivalent to 15,000-25,000 electric car miles per year. 48% net positive. WATER EFFICIENCY. Plumbing fixtures and water closets consume a mere 60% of the federal standard, while high efficiency appliances such as the dishwasher and clothes washer also reduce consumption rates. FOOD PRODUCTION. After clearing all invasive species, apple, pear, peach and cherry trees were planted. Future plans include blueberry, raspberry and strawberry bushes, along with raised beds for vegetable gardening. The house also offers a below ground root cellar, built outside the home's thermal envelope, to gain the passive benefit of long term energy-free food storage. RESILIENCY. The home's ability to weather unforeseen challenges is predictable - it will fare well. The super-insulated envelope means during a winter storm with power outage, heat loss will be slow - taking days to drop to 60 degrees even with no heat source. During normal conditions, reduced energy consumption plus energy production means shelter from the burden of utility costs. Surplus production can power electric cars & appliances. The home exceeds snow & wind structural requirements, plus far surpasses standard construction for long term durability planning. ARCHITECT: ZeroEnergy Design http://zeroenergy.com/lincoln-farmhouse CONTRACTOR: Thoughtforms http://thoughtforms-corp.com/ PHOTOGRAPHER: Chuck Choi http://www.chuckchoi.com/
Farmhouse Pavilions
Farmhouse Pavilions
Nick Lee ArchitectureNick Lee Architecture
Esempio della villa bianca country a un piano con rivestimento in legno, tetto a capanna e copertura in metallo o lamiera
The Johnson-Thompson House
The Johnson-Thompson House
Cummings Architecture + InteriorsCummings Architecture + Interiors
The Johnson-Thompson house is the oldest house in Winchester, MA, dating back to the early 1700s. The addition and renovation expanded the structure and added three full bathrooms including a spacious two-story master bathroom, as well as an additional bedroom for the daughter. The kitchen was moved and expanded into a large open concept kitchen and family room, creating additional mud-room and laundry space. But with all the new improvements, the original historic fabric and details remain. The moldings are copied from original pieces, salvaged bricks make up the kitchen backsplash. Wood from the barn was reclaimed to make sliding barn doors. The wood fireplace mantels were carefully restored and original beams are exposed throughout the house. It's a wonderful example of modern living and historic preservation. Eric Roth
Princeton Home
Princeton Home
Chase & Arnold, Inc.Chase & Arnold, Inc.
Immagine della facciata di una casa bianca country a due piani con rivestimento in legno e tetto a capanna
Modern Farmhouse in Dallas, Texas
Modern Farmhouse in Dallas, Texas
DEMESNEDEMESNE
Photography by Sean Gallagher
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City Modern Farmhouse Town & Country Charlotte
City Modern Farmhouse Town & Country Charlotte
Linnane HomesLinnane Homes
Foto della villa grande bianca country a due piani con rivestimento in mattone verniciato, tetto a capanna, copertura a scandole, tetto nero e pannelli e listelle di legno
Contemporary Farmhouse
Contemporary Farmhouse
KGA Studio Architects, PCKGA Studio Architects, PC
Foto della villa grande marrone country a due piani con rivestimenti misti, tetto a capanna e copertura in metallo o lamiera
Highland- Newport Beach, CA
Highland- Newport Beach, CA
Milgard Windows & DoorsMilgard Windows & Doors
Dark window frames provide a sophisticated curb appeal. Added warmth from the wooden front door and fence completes the look for this modern farmhouse. Featuring Milgard® Ultra™ Series | C650 Windows and Patio doors in Black Bean.
Cottonwood
Cottonwood
CLB ArchitectsCLB Architects
Audrey Hall Photography
Immagine della facciata di una casa grigia country a un piano con rivestimenti misti, tetto a capanna e copertura a scandole
Custom Creek View
Custom Creek View
KellCo Custom Homes Inc.KellCo Custom Homes Inc.
Immagine della villa grande bianca country a un piano con rivestimento in mattoni, tetto a capanna e copertura a scandole
St. Helena Farmhouse Infill
St. Helena Farmhouse Infill
James McCalligan ArchitectJames McCalligan Architect
Ispirazione per la villa grande grigia country a due piani con rivestimenti misti, tetto a padiglione e copertura in metallo o lamiera
Carolina Coop -  Custom Chicken Coop
Carolina Coop - Custom Chicken Coop
Carolina CoopsCarolina Coops
Custom Carolina Coop in Charlottesville, VA. The chicken coop’s overall footprint is 10’ x 40’ with a 6' x 10' henhouse. It has board and batten siding, electric, 2 run doors, (one is a Dutch door) 3 chicken run doors, a fully-functional cupola, new transom style windows and a heated poultry watering system. With three 10-foot roost bars in the henhouse, this chicken coop can comfortably house about 30 chickens. https://carolinacoops.com/ 919-794-3989
Farmhouse Exterior
Farmhouse Exterior
BCN HomesBCN Homes
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Freeport Tiny House
Freeport Tiny House
Marvin Design Gallery by Eldredge LumberMarvin Design Gallery by Eldredge Lumber
Integrity from Marvin Windows and Doors open this tiny house up to a larger-than-life ocean view.
Immagine della villa piccola bianca country a due piani con copertura in metallo o lamiera e tetto a capanna
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