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The exterior combines gray Lueders Limestone with white stucco from LaHabra and vertical Douglas fir siding. The designs of the guest house (to the left of the main house) and carport (to the right) follow the downward slope of the lot.

The exterior combines gray Lueders Limestone with white stucco from LaHabra and vertical Douglas fir siding. The designs of the guest house (to the left of the main house) and carport (to the right) follow the downward slope of the lot.

Natural Stacked Stone Veneer Example

Natural Stacked Stone Veneer Example

Cedar screen might be a good option to hide our 2nd front door and bring privacy to our courtyard patio

A Home for the 21st Century: Part 1, the Exterior

Cedar screen might be a good option to hide our 2nd front door and bring privacy to our courtyard patio

Zona de día cubierta por una cubierta inclinada de teja, sobre un zócalo que contiene la zona de noche. Proyecto de Isabelle Berthet Bondet

Zona de día cubierta por una cubierta inclinada de teja, sobre un zócalo que contiene la zona de noche. Proyecto de Isabelle Berthet Bondet

Art Deco Exterior - Launched in Paris in 1925, the Art Deco style was seen more in public and commercial buildings than in residential dwellings.  Towers and other projections above the roofline were seen in Hollywood movies of the 1930's.  Flat roofs, metal window casements, and smooth stucco walls were typical features of the exteriors of Art Deco homes.  By 1940 the Art Deco style evolved into the Art Moderne style with more softening features such as curved corners and glass-block…

Art Deco Exterior - Launched in Paris in 1925, the Art Deco style was seen more in public and commercial buildings than in residential dwellings. Towers and other projections above the roofline were seen in Hollywood movies of the 1930's. Flat roofs, metal window casements, and smooth stucco walls were typical features of the exteriors of Art Deco homes. By 1940 the Art Deco style evolved into the Art Moderne style with more softening features such as curved corners and glass-block…

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