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85 ideas para recibidores y pasillos rústicos con suelo de cemento

Modern Ski Chalet
Modern Ski Chalet
Stillwater Architecture L.L.C.Stillwater Architecture L.L.C.
Modern ski chalet with walls of windows to enjoy the mountainous view provided of this ski-in ski-out property. Formal and casual living room areas allow for flexible entertaining. Construction - Bear Mountain Builders Interiors - Hunter & Company Photos - Gibeon Photography
Aspen Residence
Aspen Residence
Dynamic Architectural Windows & DoorsDynamic Architectural Windows & Doors
Aspen Residence by Miller-Roodell Architects
Foto de recibidores y pasillos rústicos con paredes grises, suelo de cemento y suelo gris
Hall showing old metal sheets
Hall showing old metal sheets
Leigh HoltLeigh Holt
Modelo de recibidores y pasillos rústicos pequeños con paredes multicolor y suelo de cemento
Benson Creek Cabin
Benson Creek Cabin
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest ArchitectsDan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Detail of custom fabricated sliding barn door.
Foto de recibidores y pasillos rurales de tamaño medio con paredes blancas, suelo de cemento y suelo beige
Quaker Bluff Residence
Quaker Bluff Residence
Birdseye DesignBirdseye Design
Foto de recibidores y pasillos rústicos con suelo de cemento
Ski Chalet
Ski Chalet
Hunter and Company Interior DesignHunter and Company Interior Design
Modelo de recibidores y pasillos rústicos con suelo de cemento
Cortes
Cortes
Prentiss Balance Wickline ArchitectsPrentiss Balance Wickline Architects
(c) steve keating photography
Ejemplo de recibidores y pasillos rústicos con suelo de cemento y suelo gris
Stunning Contemporary Mountain Home
Stunning Contemporary Mountain Home
Wells DesignWells Design
Modelo de recibidores y pasillos rurales con paredes grises y suelo de cemento
Grade II* Listed Medieval Barn Conversion, Bude, Cornwall, UK
Grade II* Listed Medieval Barn Conversion, Bude, Cornwall, UK
The Bazeley PartnershipThe Bazeley Partnership
Winner of a Cornish Buildings Group Award 2015 Barn Conversion in Cornwall – Case study of the conversion of a Grade II* Medieval Tithe Barn to a family home. The Bazeley Partnership is often asked to provide professional architectural advice and assistance to home owners seeking to carry out a challenging conservation building project in Cornwall and Devon. This case study looks at the conversion of a Grade II* (2 star) Medieval Tithe Barn in Cornwall to a family home. Our clients explain the project requirements here: “In 2010 My wife and I purchased a former riding stables business and small holding, which came with a 13th Century, Grade II* (2 star) listed medieval Tithe Barn. The barn was on the national register at risk and is one of the only surviving examples of a Medieval roof on a barn of this type in Cornwall- hence its star listed status. The previous owners and other prospective buyers had attempted to secure a planning consent on the barn, but failed. We were advised that planning was unlikely and we should avoid taking on the challenge by both our solicitor and other planning professionals. However, having met with Martin Back from the Bazeley Partnership we found great comfort in his knowledge and experience, and his approach to secure planning permission seemed logical. In 2011 we appointed The Bazeley Partnership and through their professional and methodical approach, excellent design and detailed application, we secured the support of English Heritage to save our special building. This was a very rare example of a Grade 2 Star listed building being granted residential planning status and thus enabled us to fulfil our dream of turning it into an amazing home. Throughout the sensitive conversion the Bazeley Partnership have played a crucial role in aiding and assisting with the discharge of various planning and listed buildings conditions and general design and technical advice. Since then we have also appointed Martin and his team to act for us on numerous applications, all of which have been handled in the same professional fashion with a successful outcome. If you are looking for a professional, pro-active and dynamic firm to help create your dream home then The Bazeley Partnership is the definitely worthy of the job. Thanks guys for all you’ve done!” We’re delighted to be acting as Architects on this project and look forward to its completion. If you have a barn conversion or conservation building project in Cornwall or Devon and you would like professional advice from our Architects, please get in touch. We can also help and advise on the changes to permitted development rights for agricultural buildings. http://www.bazeley-architects.co.uk/portfolio-posts/medieval-barn-conversion/ Images by Rob Colwill - All Rights Reserved
HH 3
HH 3
Haas Habitats LLCHaas Habitats LLC
F2FOTO
Imagen de recibidores y pasillos rústicos grandes con paredes beige, suelo de cemento y suelo gris
Key Peninsula Residence
Key Peninsula Residence
Vandervort ArchitectsVandervort Architects
Foto de recibidores y pasillos rurales de tamaño medio con suelo de cemento
Earth Flow
Earth Flow
Copeland Architecture & Construction IncCopeland Architecture & Construction Inc
Photos by Jeff Fountain
Imagen de recibidores y pasillos rústicos con suelo de cemento, paredes marrones y iluminación
Twin Peaks Passive House + ADU
Twin Peaks Passive House + ADU
Bellingham Bay BuildersBellingham Bay Builders
The Twin Peaks Passive House + ADU was designed and built to remain resilient in the face of natural disasters. Fortunately, the same great building strategies and design that provide resilience also provide a home that is incredibly comfortable and healthy while also visually stunning. This home’s journey began with a desire to design and build a house that meets the rigorous standards of Passive House. Before beginning the design/ construction process, the homeowners had already spent countless hours researching ways to minimize their global climate change footprint. As with any Passive House, a large portion of this research was focused on building envelope design and construction. The wall assembly is combination of six inch Structurally Insulated Panels (SIPs) and 2x6 stick frame construction filled with blown in insulation. The roof assembly is a combination of twelve inch SIPs and 2x12 stick frame construction filled with batt insulation. The pairing of SIPs and traditional stick framing allowed for easy air sealing details and a continuous thermal break between the panels and the wall framing. Beyond the building envelope, a number of other high performance strategies were used in constructing this home and ADU such as: battery storage of solar energy, ground source heat pump technology, Heat Recovery Ventilation, LED lighting, and heat pump water heating technology. In addition to the time and energy spent on reaching Passivhaus Standards, thoughtful design and carefully chosen interior finishes coalesce at the Twin Peaks Passive House + ADU into stunning interiors with modern farmhouse appeal. The result is a graceful combination of innovation, durability, and aesthetics that will last for a century to come. Despite the requirements of adhering to some of the most rigorous environmental standards in construction today, the homeowners chose to certify both their main home and their ADU to Passive House Standards. From a meticulously designed building envelope that tested at 0.62 ACH50, to the extensive solar array/ battery bank combination that allows designated circuits to function, uninterrupted for at least 48 hours, the Twin Peaks Passive House has a long list of high performance features that contributed to the completion of this arduous certification process. The ADU was also designed and built with these high standards in mind. Both homes have the same wall and roof assembly ,an HRV, and a Passive House Certified window and doors package. While the main home includes a ground source heat pump that warms both the radiant floors and domestic hot water tank, the more compact ADU is heated with a mini-split ductless heat pump. The end result is a home and ADU built to last, both of which are a testament to owners’ commitment to lessen their impact on the environment.
Whit's Inn at Camp Lucy; Dripping Springs, TX
Whit's Inn at Camp Lucy; Dripping Springs, TX
Deborah Kirk Interiors, Inc.Deborah Kirk Interiors, Inc.
LFE Photography; www.photosbylfe.com
Imagen de recibidores y pasillos rurales extra grandes con paredes blancas y suelo de cemento
Converted Barn Home
Converted Barn Home
Appalachian Log and Timber HomesAppalachian Log and Timber Homes
Diseño de recibidores y pasillos rústicos grandes con paredes marrones, suelo de cemento y suelo marrón
Mountain Retreat
Mountain Retreat
Vintage Lumber SalesVintage Lumber Sales
Hallway - reclaimed wood from Vintage Lumber Sales and timber framing by Carolina Timberworks.
Foto de recibidores y pasillos rústicos con suelo de cemento y iluminación
Big Rock House
Big Rock House
Johnston ArchitectsJohnston Architects
Ejemplo de recibidores y pasillos rurales de tamaño medio con paredes blancas, suelo de cemento y suelo gris
Concrete Beam Collection
Concrete Beam Collection
UserUser
60" Square Concrete Fire Pit, Stainless Steel Base, Remote Electronic Ignition, Penta-Flame Burner, Hi/Lo Flame Height Control. 200k BTU
Modelo de recibidores y pasillos rústicos de tamaño medio con paredes blancas, suelo de cemento y suelo beige
Grade II* Listed Medieval Barn Conversion, Bude, Cornwall, UK
Grade II* Listed Medieval Barn Conversion, Bude, Cornwall, UK
The Bazeley PartnershipThe Bazeley Partnership
Winner of a Cornish Buildings Group Award 2015 Barn Conversion in Cornwall – Case study of the conversion of a Grade II* Medieval Tithe Barn to a family home. The Bazeley Partnership is often asked to provide professional architectural advice and assistance to home owners seeking to carry out a challenging conservation building project in Cornwall and Devon. This case study looks at the conversion of a Grade II* (2 star) Medieval Tithe Barn in Cornwall to a family home. Our clients explain the project requirements here: “In 2010 My wife and I purchased a former riding stables business and small holding, which came with a 13th Century, Grade II* (2 star) listed medieval Tithe Barn. The barn was on the national register at risk and is one of the only surviving examples of a Medieval roof on a barn of this type in Cornwall- hence its star listed status. The previous owners and other prospective buyers had attempted to secure a planning consent on the barn, but failed. We were advised that planning was unlikely and we should avoid taking on the challenge by both our solicitor and other planning professionals. However, having met with Martin Back from the Bazeley Partnership we found great comfort in his knowledge and experience, and his approach to secure planning permission seemed logical. In 2011 we appointed The Bazeley Partnership and through their professional and methodical approach, excellent design and detailed application, we secured the support of English Heritage to save our special building. This was a very rare example of a Grade 2 Star listed building being granted residential planning status and thus enabled us to fulfil our dream of turning it into an amazing home. Throughout the sensitive conversion the Bazeley Partnership have played a crucial role in aiding and assisting with the discharge of various planning and listed buildings conditions and general design and technical advice. Since then we have also appointed Martin and his team to act for us on numerous applications, all of which have been handled in the same professional fashion with a successful outcome. If you are looking for a professional, pro-active and dynamic firm to help create your dream home then The Bazeley Partnership is the definitely worthy of the job. Thanks guys for all you’ve done!” We’re delighted to be acting as Architects on this project and look forward to its completion. If you have a barn conversion or conservation building project in Cornwall or Devon and you would like professional advice from our Architects, please get in touch. We can also help and advise on the changes to permitted development rights for agricultural buildings. http://www.bazeley-architects.co.uk/portfolio-posts/medieval-barn-conversion/ Images by Rob Colwill - All Rights Reserved
Chechaquo
Chechaquo
Prentiss Balance Wickline ArchitectsPrentiss Balance Wickline Architects
Photography: Eirik Johnson
Imagen de recibidores y pasillos rústicos de tamaño medio con paredes blancas, suelo de cemento y iluminación

85 ideas para recibidores y pasillos rústicos con suelo de cemento

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