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Rectangular House Designs & Ideas

Austin Modern Home
Austin Modern Home
Foursquare Builders
Exterior designed as 2x4 vertical cypress rain screen over hard panel. We sited the home such that the west facing windows were minimized from solar heat gain during the afternoon. Photos by Paul Bardagjy
Ash Creek Homes at Serene Hills
Ash Creek Homes at Serene Hills
Ash Creek Homes
Ash Creek Homes at Serene Hills Santa Anita Floorplan Photo: Rob Aldridge
Rutherford Residence
Rutherford Residence
John David Rulon
This new house is reminiscent of the farm type houses in the Napa Valley. Although the new house is a more sophisticated design, it still remains simple in plan and overall shape. At the front entrance an entry vestibule opens onto the Great Room with kitchen, dining and living areas. A media room, guest room and small bath are also on the ground floor. Pocketed lift and slide doors and windows provide large openings leading out to a trellis covered rear deck and steps down to a lawn and pool with views of the vineyards beyond. The second floor includes a master bedroom and master bathroom with a covered porch, an exercise room, a laundry and two children’s bedrooms each with their own bathroom Benjamin Dhong of Benjamin Dhong Interiors worked with the owner on colors, interior finishes such as tile, stone, flooring, countertops, decorative light fixtures, some cabinet design and furnishings Photos by Adrian Gregorutti
Olema Road
Olema Road
Foley Built
Delafield Modern
Delafield Modern
Genesis Architecture, LLC.
South-facing rear of home with cedar and metal siding, wood deck, sun shading trellises and sunroom seen in this photo. Ken Dahlin
Abbots Way
Abbots Way
AR Design Studio Ltd
Photographer: Martin Gardner, spacialimages.com
False Bay Writers Cabin
False Bay Writers Cabin
Olson Kundig
Photos by Tim Bies Photography Wood deck panels flip up to enclose the Writers Cabin when not in use or secured for the night. Simple open plan with small kitchen, bathroom and murphy bed. Roof collects rainwater.
House on the Neck
House on the Neck
Eric Reinholdt, Architect
The building is comprised of three volumes, supported by a heavy timber frame, and set upon a terraced ground plane that closely follows the existing topography. Linking the volumes, the circulation path is highlighted by large cuts in the skin of the building. These cuts are infilled with a wood framed curtainwall of glass offset from the syncopated structural grid. Eric Reinholdt - Project Architect/Lead Designer with Elliott, Elliott, Norelius Architecture Photo: Brian Vanden Brink
Coromandel Beach House
Coromandel Beach House
Geoff Brown
Whangapoua Beach House on the Coromandel Peninsula

Rectangular House Designs & Ideas

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