Exterior Design Ideas

Hawkstone St
Hawkstone St
steelehouse
Luke Carter Wilton
Inspiration for a contemporary two-storey black house exterior in Perth with mixed siding and a flat roof.
Twin Peaks House
Twin Peaks House
Mihaly Slocombe
Inspiration for a large contemporary two-storey white house exterior in Melbourne with a gable roof.
Kyle Bay
Kyle Bay
Wansaplex Building Services
Transitional exterior in Sydney.
Karakter Residence
Karakter Residence
Howes & Homes Designs
Karakter is a Renowned south west custom home builder. We worked with Todd Huxley of Studium to create this beautiful pre-designed home with luxurious finishes. Launching a brand new boutique offering - Designed for lifestyle, entertainment and coastal vistas, your sanctuary awaits.
Fitzroy North
Fitzroy North
Woodsman Projects Pty Ltd
Type of Build: Restoration to existing, architectural double storey extension to rear The Brief: Keep the heritage look and feel to the front of dwelling and a distinctive break in design to the architectural section.
Shire Sunshine
Shire Sunshine
House to Home Finishes P/L
Contemporary two-storey multi-coloured house exterior in Sydney with a flat roof.
Wylmar Ave
Wylmar Ave
Couvaras Architects
Inspiration for a beach style three-storey white house exterior in Sydney with a flat roof.
Torrens Valley House
Torrens Valley House
Mountford Williamson Architecture
This contemporary pavilion extends an existing heritage stone cottage in the Adelaide Hills. The property has been used for many years by the owners as a weekender and for holiday stays. The extended family had outgrown the small cottage and required more space for living and entertaining. The addition provides new living, dining, master bedroom and outdoor spaces. Alterations and refurbishments have also been carried out to the old cottage which becomes bedrooms and secondary living space. The pavilion addition compliments and contrasts with the old cottage. It is designed in way that does not compete with or overwhelm the character of the old cottage. The roofline of the new pavilion is kept low and flat which helps emphasise the pitched roof and heavy chimneys of the cottage and creates a balance between the old and new. The openness of the new pavilion contrasts with the cellular nature of the existing cottage, which has been repurposed as bedrooms and secondary living spaces. The heavy stone walls and small windows make the old cottage the perfect place for this – solid, quiet, and peaceful. The old and new are separated with a small glazed corridor link – which becomes the new main entry to the house. Elements of the old cottage such as the verandah have been re-interpreted in the new addition – the rhythm of white verandah posts and shaded thresholds surrounding the old and new parts of the building help to bring a continuity and connection between them. The addition has been designed with a sense of openness and connection between the internal spaces, as well as to the outside. The large walls of glass doors open up views to the surrounding rural landscape, and give access to the verandah and landscape beyond. Outdoor space is defined through the use of off-form concrete retaining walls, along with changes in planting texture which seamlessly extend the inside to the outside. An operable roof over the courtyard allows protected outdoor living throughout the year, with a servery from the kitchen opening up to it with bifold windows. The design incorporates passive solar design techniques to ensure a comfortable, low energy use home all year round. The floorplan of the new pavilion is strategically angled, shifting its orientation to the north. This allows low angle winter sun deep into the home, heating up the concrete thermal mass floor. In summer, when the sun is higher in the sky, the glazing and thermal mass are shaded by the optimised verandah overhang depth. Doors and windows are double glazed and timber framed, minimising heat loss in winter.
Noosaville House
Noosaville House
Aboda Design Group
Lucas Muro
Photo of a beach style two-storey white house exterior in Sunshine Coast.
Project Toowong Townhouses
Project Toowong Townhouses
Leogreen Painting & Decorating
Photo of a contemporary three-storey white house exterior in Brisbane with mixed siding and a gable roof.
Raven House
Raven House
Bijl Architecture
Photo of a contemporary exterior in Sydney.
Bell Residence
Bell Residence
Create Architecture
Design ideas for a contemporary two-storey multi-coloured house exterior in Gold Coast - Tweed with a flat roof.
Hampton
Hampton
Bask Interiors
Californian Bungalow exterior Photo credit: Martina Gemmola Builder: Hart Builders
Design ideas for a traditional two-storey grey house exterior in Melbourne with wood siding, a gable roof and a tile roof.
Pacific View Point
Pacific View Point
Luigi Rosselli Architects
Photo of a beach style exterior in Sydney.
the Cable House
the Cable House
Tom Robertson Architects
Lillie Thompson
Contemporary two-storey glass white house exterior in Melbourne with a gable roof and a metal roof.
Sophia Street
Sophia Street
Innovation Building & Design
Photo of a contemporary two-storey black duplex exterior in Wollongong with mixed siding and a flat roof.
Alcorn St
Alcorn St
Surface Society
Contemporary exterior in Other.
Fairlight House 02
Fairlight House 02
mm+j architects
Clarke & Humel
Inspiration for a mid-sized traditional one-storey grey house exterior in Sydney with a gable roof and a tile roof.
North Sydney Heritage Terrace
North Sydney Heritage Terrace
BJB Architects
This is an example of a traditional two-storey grey house exterior in Sydney.
Northcote House
Northcote House
Ardent Architects Pty Ltd
CTP Cheyne Toomey
Design ideas for a mid-sized contemporary two-storey multi-coloured house exterior in Melbourne with a flat roof, a metal roof and mixed siding.