Forest Lodge House

Katherine Lu

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Kerry wrote:8 April 2016

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Serena Easton added this to Yelverton18 January 2020

Light, roof line, seeing through to other side

asgress added this to Anna's ideas29 November 2019

2. Steep pitched roofs When looking at emerging architectural trends to incorporate into your new build or renovation, you can’t go past the pointier-than-ever pitched roofs that are coming through. A roof built with a sloping angle of 35 degrees or more will create an internal void where you can place a beautiful open truss, a scissor truss or rafters – without the need to increase wall height, which can make for a huge cost saving. It also creates space for a mezzanine area that you can use as an additional room. A steep, pitched roof is practical too; it allows for leaf litter and rainwater to clear much faster than a flat or lower-pitched roof. For an eye-catching, contemporary look, mix a steep, pitched roof with asymmetrical roof pitches. It can make for a visual treat whether you’re looking upon it from indoors or out.

Deanne Glayde added this to Deanne's ideas13 November 2019

Like the small courtyard would prefer it screened in against nasty bugs and a roof that can be adjusted for inclement weather

Karina S added this to Miscellaneous Ideas9 November 2019

Wood detailing and the pitched roof

Trudi Thomson added this to My ideas5 November 2019

Wood and white contrast, love the window

tomrwillcox added this to Taryn's ideas1 November 2019

Tom would look very handsome in this building

Harvey added this to Marisia1 November 2019

Pitched roof, white walls and timber frames

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