Butterfly roof

Explore stunning and innovative butterfly roof designs that add a touch of modernity to your home. Discover top ideas to incorporate this architectural feature and create a distinctive and stylish look.
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Mid-Century Elegance in Modern-Day Design There’s no doubt that one of the most distinct characteristics of a Stillwater home is the elegant butterfly roof. The origin of this design element dates back to the early 1930s and yet, it remains a prominent feature of modern architecture today. The original design of the butterfly roof was

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Home Exterior Modern, Small House Exteriors, Butterfly Roof, House Roof Design, Exterior Modern, Modern Landscape Design, Wall Exterior, Roof Architecture, Home Exterior

In this project, I present Models 26 and 27, two different design variants of butterfly roof structures specifically looking at how design alone is able to passively reduce much of a building's energy requirements. If you have been following this blog series, you've definitely noti

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SANDRA YESENIA
Gallery of Blouberg International School / Luis Mira Archi​tects & Plus Arquitectura - 16 Section Detail, Butterfly Roof, Roof Shapes, Roof Construction, Roof Architecture, Roof Trusses, Design Guidelines, Roof Structure, School Photography

Completed in 2011 in Cape Town, South Africa. Images by Wieland Gleich, Luis Mira Architects & Plus Arquitectura. The Junior School building corresponds to the Phase 1 of the Blouberg International School in Cape Town. The site is located into a residential area...

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Emma
The client’s brief was they wanted a simple structure where one could feel connected to nature away from the hustle and dense fabric of the city. We aspired to achieve a cost-effective use of natural materials in their most simplistic nature. The house is constructed through a combined structural system; with load-bearing stone walls and an external frame structure in steel with a butterfly roof. Dark Modern House, Structural System, Connected To Nature, Roof Cladding, Butterfly Roof, Dark Modern, Roof Siding, System Architecture, Steel Trusses

The client’s brief was they wanted a simple structure where one could feel connected to nature away from the hustle and dense fabric of the city. We aspired to achieve a cost-effective use of natural materials in their most simplistic nature. The house is constructed through a combined structural system; with load-bearing stone walls and an external frame structure in steel with a butterfly roof.

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