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Modern Home Exterior With Three-Car Garage
This modern home exterior features expansive, layered concrete and brick walls with exposed steel and a three-car garage. The front yard retaining wall with simple landscaping maintains the clean lines of modern design.
In the uphill residential area of Paradiso, Switzerland, this luxury duplex-penthouse offers a private rooftop terrace with amazing views of the hillside. The glass railing provides an unobstructed view of the city, while the large, potted plants make the space feel like an open air museum.
This elegant two-story mansion offers sprawling views through large glass panels secured by layered concrete walls. The home also offers a sleek covered patio and swimming pool with a large hardwood deck.
Peek inside this modern mansion through floor-to-ceiling exterior glass walls. In harmony with the floating concrete wall, the roof extends over fixed glass panels as natural wood ceilings blur the line between interior and exterior.
Brick Urban Home Exterior With Black Iron Rail Balcony Over Concrete Ground Level Porch
Black framework creates a beautiful contemporary look over the neutral stucco and brick of this home exterior. A spacious and relaxing balcony acts as a cover over the ground level porch creating open and covered outdoor sitting space. A line of shrubbery borders the sidewalk to mark the home perimeter.
This beautiful, duplex-penthouse in an uphill residential area of Paradiso, Switzerland offers unbeatable views of Lake Lugano and nearby mountains. The home features three bedrooms and four baths, all covered in high-end, uniquely designed spaces, with a private rooftop terrace and covered patio.
This two-story modern home located in Austin, TX, features three bedrooms, three baths, and gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the space. Contemporary designs are seen both inside and outside the home, like the contemporary style privacy fence with cactus landscaping.
A new rear facade with enlarged doors and windows adds life and increases the living space of this traditional Brooklyn brownstone home. A new deck off the second story provides a spot for outdoor dining while offering cover for the patio below.
This neutral townhouse stands apart from its neighbors with a neutral painted exterior, stained beadboard porch ceiling and a modern outdoor chandelier. Just beyond the white porch railing sits two wicker rocking chairs, perfect for relaxing and taking in the city views.
Urban Brick Home Exterior With Concrete Step Walkway, Built In Planters and Wood Front Door
This entry stands out with ironwork railings that delineate the property from the sidewalk. The ironwork is softened with traditional plants such as boxwood borders and fragrant evergreen plants like Rosemary, which gives a welcoming feeling and a sense of arrival to the front entry of the home. The front door is treated with Baroque seeded glass, which serves two purposes- to let light in and to create more of a sense of privacy than a clear glass would.
Urban Home Exterior With Mixed Material Finishes, Iron Railing Lined Balconies and Uncovered Windows
The design intent for this urban exterior was to design a version of a traditional brownstone, and to give an appreciative nod to the history and architecture of the older part of town, with an updated look that has an eye towards the future of the community. One of the ways this was achieved was by using an interesting mix of materials. Brick, stucco, custom millwork paneling and cornice detailing, and custom iron details complete the look.
The rear facade of this Brooklyn brownstone features Ipe decking, stairs, windows and doors. It's absolutely charming and it reflects a perfect balance between the old and new with traditional touches.