Making the choice of the type of roof for a residential project is an essential part of planning and the adequacy of the architectural style. In the past, tiled roofs were more common and enjoyed in most projects. The current trend points to the extensive use of built-in roofs.
What is the built-in roof?
The built-in roof is nothing more than the use of roof tiles hidden by platibandas, in which it is also known as unseen roof tiles or house without roof. In this case the walls of the facade cover the tiles creating this modern and modern look.
Advantages and disadvantages
The built-in roof offers the main advantage of saving in relation to the total use of woodwork when compared to the construction of a conventional roof. With the use of asbestos cement tiles, the built-in roof can cost much cheaper than normal. In addition, the approach is more modern and aligned with current architecture standards.
The main disadvantage is that when choosing this type of cover, it is necessary to invest in thermal blankets, gutters for the water drainage and the construction of plaques to hide the tiles.
What kind of tile is used in this type of project?
In this type of project you can basically use asbestos cement tiles or precast concrete tiles. In the case of the second option, the advantage is a greater thermal control in the coverage.
Models and designs of houses with built-in roof
To facilitate your search, we separate beautiful designs from homes that use the built-in roof to inspire you. Start browsing below:
Picture 1 - House ground floor with built-in roof.
The roof with the platibanda offers a clean look for facade. The light colors do not disagree with the materials used, such as brick and glass, leaving the set harmonic.
Picture 2 - Modern house with roof inlaid.
Work the facade with straight lines, following this pattern on the roof, the entrance door, the glass openings and the landscaping of the entrance.
Picture 3 - House with roof embedded and metallic cover.
In addition to the hidden cover, the project gained another metallic cover where it interconnects the architecture of the house.
Picture 4 - House with roof embedded eaves.
Play with the horizontal and vertical lines to have a differentiated architecture in the design of the house.
Picture 5 - Embedded roof and facade with wooden details.
The built-in roof is common in double-legged residence because this way you can stretch the inside of the house as well as the facade.
Picture 6 - House with built-in cover of wood and metal.
Image 7 - House with geometric shapes.
Shifting the volume and playing with some detail in the finish can change the whole look of the house.
Picture 8 - House with roof inlaid in plankton.
Picture 9 - House of 2 floors with flat roof.
Image 10 - White house design with glass vents.
When the least is over! Let the architecture of the residence speak for itself. Using few materials can also be synonymous with beauty.
Figure 11 - Mix the types of toppings.
This house decided to innovate creating a versatile design using different models of coverage in each corner of the house. We can find a glass cover, a hanging garden, the percolated on the balcony, the traditional tiles and tiles.
Image 12 - House with straight and orthogonal lines.
For those who want to use the plankton, the ideal is to work all the details of the facade with straight lines. In this project the house received orthogonal openings and details that resemble a portico, following the same layout.
Picture 13 - House with invisible cover.
Picture 14 - Built-in roof: the roof with plinth covers fits most residential projects.
This model of home shows ideas of how to make the most of space on narrow, long, or very small terrain. The gates in the entrance harmonize with the architecture of the house forming a single plane, the tiles not apparent do not carry in the visual.
Picture 15 - Modern house with concrete box.
Break the white with landscaping and details with other materials like steel, brick and wood.
Image 16 - House with built-in roof and white paint.
Modernity sums up the facade of this house very well. Despite the hidden tiles, the option of maintaining the eave gave style and maintained harmony with the points that dispensed with the extended structure.
Picture 17 - House with built-in roof and white plankton.
Be inspired by the same concept, but with wavy lines. It does not lose the look clean and modern!
Picture 18 - Embedded roof: house with leaked roof.
Enjoy the eaves to give a lighter look with square features and let this detail in the front.
Picture 19 - Modern house with wooden windows.
The entrance wall does not follow the same proposal of the house, however, it has noble materials and straight lines equal to that of the residence.
Image 20 - House with details in concrete.
Opting for this proposal is also a great alternative to create a green space in the upper part of the home and bring more life to the house.
Picture 21 - House with wavy lines.
Plaid cover fits any design style. It is possible to blend the architecture of the house with the curved lines and the straight lines, following a style of its own.
Image 22 - Rectangular house with built-in roof.
The idea of this project is a clean facade with a wide green area. This combination is balanced because all the windows of the house open to the outside look with the garden and pool.
Picture 23 - House with hidden roof / built-in roof.
The brises give all the special touch to the facade, as well as protecting against external lighting, it takes privacy for the residents and beauty for the facade.
Picture 24 - Embedded roof: house with green cover.
Enjoy your terrace and create a cozy space where you complement the leisure area of your house.
Image 25 - House with built-in roof and high ceilings.
To avoid leaving the house forming a block of concrete try to soften with empty spaces and light materials, like for example, opening for the garage and the plans of glass in the facade.
Image 26 - House with modern facade and built-in roof.
This project has modern proposals for the façade: cement slabs, metal gates, glass sheds, large spans and lighting to further enhance the architecture.
Picture 27 - House with flat roof (built-in roof) and balcony.
Value the modern touch of the house with large dimensions both in the doorway and in glass vents.
Image 28 - Small house with a straight cover.
Take advantage of a part of the cover to make an open area to receive friends and relax.
Picture 29 - Embedded roof: simple house with plankton.
This residential project follows modern features starting from the proposal with straight lines and orthogonal composition.
Picture 30 - Contemporary one-story house.
In order not to leave the architecture too heavy or serious, mix the concrete with the wood to make the look more cozy.
Picture 31 - House with suspended cover.
Picture 32 - Corner house.
Image 33 - Trace mix with built-in roof.
The house has a very nice concept, where all the construction of the pavements follows straight lines and the roof is a game of curves that make a movement in the facade.
Image 34 - Covered with eaves.
Picture 35 - Contemporary house with built-in roof.
Image 36 - House with roof in eaves.
Image 37 - Small house with built-in roof.
Image 38 - Dark details on the facade.
The most common is to find facades with light tones, but here is proof that it is possible to use up black close to the cover and still maintain harmony in the design.
Picture 39 - Modern glass house with plankton to hide the roof.
Picture 40 - House with several materials on the facade.
Placing different materials on the facade is very risky, so there should be a study of the combination so that the look does not get polluted. In this case a color contrast was used using tone on tone (earthy tones), one of the alternatives for those who like to mix coatings.
Image 41 - Curvy plait.
Picture 42 - Modern house with wooden details.
Picture 43 - House with shape in cube of concrete.
The heavy volume of the concrete cube is balanced with the leaked part of the ground floor, where it gives the space to the room integrated with the green area of the external garden. And to leave the air lighter of this environment, sliding doors have been installed that open entirely.
Image 44 - Coverage with flat roof viewed from above.
Realize that the roofing is nothing more than a normal roof only hidden by a concrete box that goes around the house.
Image 45 - Create geometric effects on the facade.
To further highlight the volumetry of the house, it was decided to use materials different from the main building, such as the front doors in bamboo panel, which form a single plane. In addition, the highlight of this box house is the prism with the glass closure that inspires even more modern architecture.
Picture 46 - Roof inlaid with low plankton in luxury residential project.
Picture 47 - House with roof embedded in eaves.
Image 48 - Front view of a house with platibanda cover.
Image 49 - The blend of coverage leaves the lighter look of the facade.
In addition to the cover being imperceptible to the eyes, the outer corridor gained a metallic pergola. That is, it is okay to mix models of toppings.
Picture 50 - Single storey house with flat roof.
Picture 51 - House with facade in steel corten.
Corten steel is a noble material and can be used to highlight some detail on the facade or in decorative design such as a panel or a door.
Picture 52 - Semi-detached house with plankton.
Picture 53 - Sobrado with cover in platibanda.
Picture 54 - The brick takes all the charm to this facade of house with built-in roof.
Image 55 - Detail of flat roof with eaves.
The roof concealed by an eave has the benefit of bringing protection in the same way as a traditional roof, protecting the building of problems such as the incidence of rain.
Image 56 - Simple house with plankton.
Image 57 - Flat roof on the eaves.
Image 58 - The set of volumes gave movement on the facade of this house.
Picture 59 - House with 4 floors and flat roof.
Image 60 - Embedded roof: make a set of volumes on the facade, with the traces they form.