Collection by Luke Hopping

Gabled Houses We Love

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Here at Dwell, we're big fans of the gabled roof. From a 19th century farmhouse to a polycarbonate shed in Belgium, these examples are our homage to the beloved silhouette.

The 484-square-foot room offers a cool respite from summer sun and a warm place to relax in winter.
With its pitched roof and verticality, the house blends with the surrounding seaside neighborhood yet remains...
The Floating Farmhouse’s semitransparent addition has a roofline that matches the pitch of the original 1820s farmhouse.
Scott Pitek designed this gabled structure for Betty Rahman on a 5,000-square-foot lot in Portland, Oregon.
Arba, the architecture firm founded by Jean-Baptiste Barache and Sihem Lamine, designed a 1,786-square-foot residence...
Nestled in two and a half acres of land near Boone, North Carolina, Chad Everhart renovates an old farmhouse and turns...
Located on a canal in a neighborhood outside central Amsterdam is the house Mark de Graaf and Sanne Wisman share with...
The home's outer walls were dry-stacked with limestone cut from a Texas Granbury quarry, and its gabled roof was made...
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