THE facade of a house is a very important item for the preparation of a residential project. And when it comes to a corner house greater care must be taken as each detail needs to be well planned and studied according to the wishes of the residents.
One should not only think of facade , but also in the place and what it has in the surroundings. Therefore, it is necessary to evaluate first of all the terrain of the house. For this step it is important to evaluate the solar position as well as the access of vehicles and the main entrance.
For security reasons, many choose to insert a wall in the surroundings of the House. Depending on the architecture proposal, it is possible to make a mix of materials or just a concrete wall. But if you prefer to leave it open, think of a landscaping project by placing a space for a garden, a green patch or even a sidewalk treatment.
If you choose the wall, think of the space left behind it, located inside the house, to use the best way. Making a play area for the kids or getting friends is a great idea for anyone who wants to fill the environment and / or give other functionality in their corner house.
We have separated some references from corner houses to inspire you. Check out the projects below:
Picture 1 - Designing a garden on the corner is always a great option.
Picture 2 - For those who want security can invest in a grid wall.
Picture 3 - In this project, the entrance occurs in the meeting of the two streets.
Picture 4 - Wall with canjiquinha stone and green flower bed.
Picture 5 - Making a low wall always leaves the facade of the house with greater visibility.
Picture 6 - Alternate by walls and grids the facade to make it attractive.
Picture 7 - Landscaping always makes the difference!
Picture 8 - A great example for residential condominiums.
Picture 9 - In this residence, the corner was walled by a gate and in the inner part a green bed with a medium height.
Image 10 - He took the corner to make a vehicular access.
Image 11 - Use different materials and textures to cover your house by walls.
Image 12 - Ideal project for large grounds.
Image 13 - The sloping terrain does not disturb the architecture of the house.
Image 14 - The glass on the facade always shows lightness! Use on your front!
Picture 15 - For a modern facade work with shapes and volumes on the facade.
Image 16 - A great way to define the circulation is to insert lawn and concrete in the floor lining.
Image 17 - The facades should be designed according to the solar position, so make a study of the terrain before.
Image 18 - A sloping terrain is ideal for entering an underground garage in the project.
Image 19 - The big coconut trees in this house make it flashy.
Image 20 - The glass wall is a great option for those who do not want to hide the facades of the residence.
Picture 21 - He took the corner to make two accesses to and main entrance.
Image 22 - The legal thing about this project is that the walls defined the accesses both pedestrian and vehicles.
Image 23 - The small slope of the terrain did not disturb the architecture of the house.
Image 24 - The mix of material on the facade highlighted some architectural details.
Image 25 - The apparent concrete wall gave an aspect of modernity to the design of the house.
Image 26 - A reference to a simple project, but without leaving the details aside.
Image 27 - The balcony on the facade leaves the project with the necessary break between full and empty.
Picture 28 - The great portico gave greatness to this beautiful house!
Image 29 - Stair Access is a great solution for sloping terrain.
Picture 30 - Corner house with volume covered in stone.
Picture 31 - The house follows the drawing of the court with its curved facade.
Image 32 - Corner house with an architecture worked with straight lines.
Image 33 - The wood gave contrast to the house black paint.
Image 34 - The cool thing about this project is that the material used on the facade is the same to wall the house.
Picture 35 - Corner house with parking space for vehicles.
Image 36 - The slope of the roof gave personality to this project.
Image 37 - For those who like an architecture with straight lines.
Picture 38 - A house with a classic architecture!
Picture 39 - The pillars covered in stone gave charm to this facade.
Picture 40 - For a residence with high ceilings, the ideal is to line large windows with glass.
Picture 41 - A walled corner can be designed in a modern way.
Picture 42 - For a residence on the beach!
Image 43 - The brick in sight on the facade gave the necessary highlight to this facade.
Picture 44 - The large glass window gave modernity to this house.
Picture 45 - Not always the material of the facade of the house needs to follow the one of the external wall.
Image 46 - Glass cloths are part of this facade.
Picture 47 - Model of a house without walls
Image 48 - The clipping of the facade gave way to glass windows!
Image 49 - The entrance is by the lateral facade.
Picture 50 - The yellow panels gave color to the facade.