Casas inspiración 2019
GARAGE. Dig deep. On a sloping section, digging the garage into the hill and then cantilevering the house out over it makes it virtually disappear. The same clever tricks we’ve seen before — a dark, receding color, emphasizing steps and pedestrian entrance by scaling them up, and using changes of levels — all help to de-emphasize the garage.
GARAGE. Have it stand alone. The internal-access garage has become a byword in real estate advertising. But sometimes the best solution is to go back to old-school notions and separate the garage completely from the house. You can play with fine craftsmanship, such as these floating roofs and slatted screens, to provide a light but sheltering space.
GARAGE. Divide and conquer. A double garage facade runs to 25 feet or more. Creating a separate building, or breaking it away from the main house with a change in wall alignment or separate roofline, reduces the visual bulk and gives you the opportunity to create more human-scaled proportions. Contemporary Exterior by Julian-guthrie.com Julian-guthrie.com In a modern setting, pulling the garage away from the house gives your architect the chance to play with transparency and proportions. In this award-winning house at Mahia Bay, Julian Guthrie used the space between house and garage to create an internal courtyard sheltered from the winds but joined by a sturdy beam.
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