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Slope house

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Slope house. Get inspired and try out new things.
We recently had a question on our Facebook page that has since inspired this post. We were asked if we had any tips for

We recently had a question on our Facebook page that has since inspired this post. We were asked if we had any tips for building on a sloped terrain. So here goes: Cut and Fill: This describes the process of carving out a level plinth on a sloping site, in order to build a home that is essentially designed for use on a level site. Any spoil that is cut from the bank is reserved in order for it to be brought back to make up the levels on the lower edge. Depending on the type of slope you are

Contentious Cottage

Contentious Cottage - Sherwood Forest, Maryland - This project is located in a century-old community established as a summer retreat. Original cottages, averaging only 750 SF, were designed in the picturesque Adirondack rustic style employing green, horizontal siding, rustic locust post porches, railings and architectural ornament – all prescribed by design covenant. The design solution sinks the bulk of the new house into the steep grade under a green roof. From the approach, all that is…

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EFH Groth is a beautiful house with a natural and simple aesthetic, located in Lofer, Austria, designed by LP architektur.

EFH Groth is a slope house with natural and simple beauty, located in Lofer, designed by LP architektur. The asymmetrical roof of the house follows the gradient of the slope, enhancing the sense that the house might slide down the hill at any moment.