A Deep Roof Overhang Protects This Dwelling From The Rain

December 1, 2020
A Deep Roof Overhang Protects This Dwelling From The Rain
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This modern house has deep overhanging eaves with exposed cedar rafters, offering protection from the weather and connecting to rain chains, aiding with the flow of rainwater into the garden. #OverhangingEaves #DeepEaves #ModernArchitecture #ExposedRafters#CedarRafters #HouseDesign #PacificNorthwest

Christopher Wright Architecture has designed a up to date Pacific Northwest home in Standwood, Washington Affirm, that aspects a deep roof overhang.

The home, surrounded by several immense cedar timber, has a roof affect that enables the uncovered rafters of the roof to be on display both internal and out.

This modern house has deep overhanging eaves with exposed cedar rafters, offering protection from the weather and connecting to rain chains, aiding with the flow of rainwater into the garden. #OverhangingEaves #DeepEaves #ModernArchitecture #ExposedRafters#CedarRafters #HouseDesign #PacificNorthwest

The deep eaves also provide protection from the weather and join to rain chains, helping with the float of rainwater into the garden.

This modern house has deep overhanging eaves with exposed cedar rafters, offering protection from the weather and connecting to rain chains, aiding with the flow of rainwater into the garden. #OverhangingEaves #DeepEaves #ModernArchitecture #ExposedRafters#CedarRafters #HouseDesign #PacificNorthwest

From for the length of the home, you might ogle how the deep overhanging eaves present color from the sun, and when it rains, they mumble water faraway from the building.

This modern house has deep overhanging eaves with exposed cedar rafters, offering protection from the weather and connecting to rain chains, aiding with the flow of rainwater into the garden. #OverhangingEaves #DeepEaves #ModernArchitecture #ExposedRafters#CedarRafters #HouseDesign #PacificNorthwest
Photography: Benjamin Benschneider and Anna Spencer | Architect: Christopher Wright Architecture | Interior: Gary Henderson Interiors | Contractor: Grapestone Construction | Engineering: Peter Gintautas Nalis, A.E.C | Stonework: Julio Gaona
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