This is beautiful Jacob !! I loved the post !!
I'm not sure either, but I can tell you it's actually pretty common up here.Maybe you'd call it a wedgie??
I don't know either, but they don't like wide windows. Nice place anyway...
Looks like a NW style house. Early 60s wood. I put 350 miles on Mellow Yellow--It was fun. MB
hello J. i like this asymmetric roof so much!
There are houses for every taste.
I don't either. A bit boxy for my taste, and it doesn't look too sturdy either...hear that big wind coming?
I bet its nice inside. I like the skylight.
I'm not sure it can be classified as architecture.
@ Paula - Yes. And there are even houses for people with no "taste." :-) I like this one, though!
Contemporary wood? Interesting design though!
perhaps they added on and ran into restrictions so they did what they could to make it interestingI like it
This is an example of a building/residence that architects will tell you they had nothing to do with. It was designed" by a builder or contractor. In any case it's a weird roof line...I bet the shingle suppliers and roofers love these jobs.$$$
Reminds me of chateaus one sees near ski slopes with slanted rooftops to keep snow from causing them to cave in... inside are usually cathedral ceilings in the livingrooms ... odd for Florida
Looks more Californian, to me!
I don't know either, but we have the same thing here!
A roof to Recover Rainwater
I believe it was called contemporary back in the Seventies and Eighties??? Anyway, nice colorful shot!
I think it was an '80's mishap. They certainly aren't hurricane friendly, are they?
Those side windows look like eyes watching you. Strange.
I don't know either but I think Don's suggestion fits. :) All I can say is, that roof looks perfect for countries with lots of rain — like ours!
I think it's called "ski-jump" architecture, isn't it? Great for all that snow and ice you get in Ocala.
@ EG - You're funny!
Yeah, pretty uncommon. On first sight I thought it is a church.
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