House Exterior with Stone Cladding Ideas and Designs

Sevenoaks House
Sevenoaks House
Tye ArchitectsTye Architects
Client’s brief A modern replacement dwelling designed to blend seamlessly with its natural surroundings while prioritizing high-quality design and sustainability. It is crafted to preserve the site's openness through clever landscape integration, minimizing its environmental impact. The dwelling provides five bedrooms, five bathrooms, an open-plan living arrangement, two studies, reception/family areas, utility, storage, and an integral double garage. Furthermore, the dwelling also includes a guest house with two bedrooms and one bathroom, as well as a pool house/leisure facility. Programme The original 72-week programme was extended due to COVID and lockdown. Following lockdown, there were issues with supplies and extra works were requested by the clients (tennis court, new landscape, etc.). It took around two years to complete with extra time allocated for the landscaping. Materials The construction of the building is based on a combination of traditional and modern techniques. Structure: reinforced concrete + steel frame External walls: concrete block cavity walls clad in natural stone (bonded). First floor has areas of natural stone ventilated facade. Glazing: double glazing with solar protection coating and aluminium frames. Roof and terraces: ceramic finish RAF system Flooring: timber floor for Sky Lounge and Lower Ground Floor. Natural stone for Upper Ground Floor and ceramic tiles for bathrooms. Landscape and access: granite setts and granite stepping stones. Budget constraints The original project had to be adjusted which implied some value engineering and redesign of some areas including removing the pond, heated pool, AC throughout. How the project contributes to its environment Due to the sensitive location within the Metropolitan Green Belt, we carefully considered the scale and massing to achieve less impact than that of the existing. Our strategy was to develop a proposal which integrates within the setting. The dwelling is built into the landscape, so the lower ground floor level is a partial basement opening towards the rear, capturing downhill views over the site. The first-floor element is offset from the external envelope, reducing its appearance. The dwelling adopts a modern flat roof design lowering the roof finish level and reducing its impact. The proposed material palette consists of marble and limestone; natural material providing longevity. Marble stone finishes the lower ground floor levels, meeting the landscape. The upper ground floor has a smooth limestone finish, with contemporary architectural detailing. The mirror glazed box on top of the building containing the Sky Lounge appears as a lighter architectural form, sitting on top of the heavier, grounded form below and nearly disappearing reflecting the surrounding trees and sky. The project aims to minimize waste disposal by treating foul water through a treatment plant and discharging surface water back to the ground. It incorporates a highly efficient Ground Source Heat Pump system that is environmentally friendly, and the house utilizes MVHR to significantly reduce heat loss. The project features high-spec insulation throughout to minimize heat loss. Experience of occupants The clients are proud of the house, the fantastic design (a landmark in the area) and the everyday use of the building.
Country Home, Gloucestershire
Country Home, Gloucestershire
Justin Van Breda LondonJustin Van Breda London
Photo of a beige rural detached house in Gloucestershire with three floors, stone cladding, a pitched roof, a shingle roof and a brown roof.
Provencal private garden
Provencal private garden
Thomas GentiliniThomas Gentilini
Photo of a medium sized and beige mediterranean two floor house exterior in Other with stone cladding and a pitched roof.
GHOSTDANCE
GHOSTDANCE
MarvinMarvin
This 10,970 square-foot, single-family home took the place of an obsolete structure in an established, picturesque Milwaukee suburb. The newly constructed house feels both fresh and relevant while being respectful of its surrounding traditional context. It is sited in a way that makes it feel as if it was there very early and the neighborhood developed around it. The home is clad in a custom blend of New York granite sourced from two quarries to get a unique color blend. Large, white cement board trim, standing-seam copper, large groupings of windows, and cut limestone accents are composed to create a home that feels both old and new—and as if it were plucked from a storybook. Marvin products helped tell this story with many available options and configurations that fit the design.
Stone Residence 1
Stone Residence 1
Norris ArchitectureNorris Architecture
A traditional house that meanders around courtyards built as though it where built in stages over time. Well proportioned and timeless. Presenting its modest humble face this large home is filled with surprises as it demands that you take your time to experience it.
Exterior
Exterior
RWA ArchitectsRWA Architects
Photo of a traditional house exterior in Cincinnati with stone cladding.
Bob-O-Link | 2018
Bob-O-Link | 2018
Coats HomesCoats Homes
This is an example of a white and large contemporary two floor detached house in Dallas with stone cladding, a pitched roof and a metal roof.
MODERN BELGIAN FARMHOUSE, CONNECTICUT
MODERN BELGIAN FARMHOUSE, CONNECTICUT
Brooks and Falotico Associates, Inc.Brooks and Falotico Associates, Inc.
JANE BEILES
This is an example of a gey and large classic detached house in New York with three floors, stone cladding, a pitched roof and a shingle roof.
French Country Estate
French Country Estate
O’Hara InteriorsO’Hara Interiors
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Windswept South
Windswept South
Dakota Wall SystemsDakota Wall Systems
The clean lines of this natural stone add to the warmth of the home. With neutral undertones, you can pair this stone with any interior or exterior project.
Slate Roofing by FireRock
Slate Roofing by FireRock
FireRock Building MaterialsFireRock Building Materials
Large and beige rustic two floor detached house in Birmingham with stone cladding, a pitched roof and a shingle roof.
Country French - Houston Bunkerhill Village
Country French - Houston Bunkerhill Village
Carrera Custom HomesCarrera Custom Homes
Photo of a large and gey traditional two floor house exterior in Houston with stone cladding and a pitched roof.
Redding
Redding
Castro Design StudioCastro Design Studio
Photo by Rodolfo Castro
This is an example of a modern house exterior in Atlanta with stone cladding.
Ranch 1
Ranch 1
HELMAN SECHRIST ArchitectureHELMAN SECHRIST Architecture
Helman Sechrist Architecture
Inspiration for a country house exterior in Chicago with stone cladding.
Stone Manor House in Scarsdale, NY
Stone Manor House in Scarsdale, NY
Hamlin Goldreyer ArchitectsHamlin Goldreyer Architects
Finished project with matching stone and roof shingles. Note the use of old shingles adds variety and texture to the new roof. Also note the match of old and new stone. Pictures by Bart Hamlin
Aspen
Aspen
Vic's Masonry LLCVic's Masonry LLC
Natural stone
Inspiration for a classic house exterior in Portland with stone cladding.
Silvermist - Flower Mound, TX
Silvermist - Flower Mound, TX
One Specialty Landscape Design, Pools & HardscapeOne Specialty Landscape Design, Pools & Hardscape
Inspiration for a classic house exterior in Dallas with stone cladding.
Highland's home in Bend, OR
Highland's home in Bend, OR
Norman Building & DesignNorman Building & Design
Another view of the front entry and courtyard. Use of different materials helps to highlight the homes contemporary take on a NW lodge style home
Photo of a large and multi-coloured rustic two floor detached house in Portland with stone cladding, a pitched roof and a shingle roof.
Front Exterior
Front Exterior
REFINED LLCREFINED LLC
Design ideas for a traditional house exterior in Minneapolis with stone cladding.
newton residence 1 - dplk.04
newton residence 1 - dplk.04
david phillipsdavid phillips
new construction / builder - cmd corp.
Inspiration for a large and beige traditional two floor detached house in Boston with stone cladding and a shingle roof.

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