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Explore the top architectural styles and custom home floor plans available to you. Cua Builders can build on your land or work with you to find the perfect location for your new custom home.
With a nod to Frank Lloyd Wright and a wink to the future, Prairie style homes offer a distinctly modern feel. Stretching austere features in angular luxury, these amazing homes are sure to turn heads and establish immediate curb appeal.
Mediterranean architecture is one of the most sought-after architectural styles, and for good reason. Our 2011 Villa Toscana home build is an award-winning example of Tuscan architecture meeting the contemporary conveniences of America. Sporting a luxurious open pavilion and loggia on an acre of beautiful, sloping land, the villa proves that Mediterranean architecture and design can transport you to the warm shores of Europe in a heartbeat.
Often called “the architecture of the American summer,” shingle style architecture is as quintessentially American as apple pie and baseball. Hailing from the shores of New England, this house plan combines austere shingling outside with plenty of warm vibes when you step past the front door.
Classic Italian Renaissance Architecture became popular in the United States between 1890 and 1935. They feature pitched hip roofs with iconic ceramic tiles.
Classical columns or pilasters flank entryways.
Massive, hipped roof with the ridge paralleling the front and back of the house with a symmetrical façade and a centered entry. Details are normally formal, borrowed from French Manor homes rather than grand chateaus or modest farmhouses. Wings are commonly added to the sides of the main block.
This style is more familiar with extensive porches supported by slender columns under the main roof line. These usually have steeply pitched, hipped roofs built on high masonry foundations.
From stone, brick, and shake shingles to wrought iron balusters and walk-in wine cellars, folks tend to know this design when they see it. There’s something mystical about an English country cottage. These homes harken back to the rolling fields of Europe and almost beg you to curl up with a book by the hearth in a sprawling study.
Deconstruction Architecture (also known as “Deconstructivism”) is an architectural style that emphasizes a granular focus on individual architectural elements. This modern style may give off an initial sense of disharmony, but it's actually the product of consciously dissected and intricately reassembled moments. The logic is complex. The approach is contemporary. The results are an abstract eye-catcher.
From cathedral ceilings to gorgeous gables and wraparound porches, Southern living house plans will coax you into a new way of life. Our Evans Farm custom home is a prime example of a re-engineered version of this architectural style. Boasting exquisite, coastal interiors, four intersecting gables, and a temperature-controlled wine cellar, this home captures classy, current trends and adds a heavy dose of southern charm.
Colonial revival architecture draws its inspiration from Eastern Seaboard homes in the 17th to early 19th centuries. The term Colonial Revival actually covers seven sub-styles that spanned this time period. These homes were built along the Atlantic shoreline with varying degrees of Dutch and English architectural influence during our nation’s colonial years.
Reminiscent of sprawling castles and fields of barley, the Irish Country Manor style is a breath of fresh air ready to accommodate a fully customized interior design. Our 2002 Irish Country Manor design won a BIA award with its barrel vault ceiling, elegant pub room, and courtyard entry garage. There’s a lot you can do with this style!
From deconstruction architecture to prairie style homes, Cua Builders is uniquely equipped to build on your vision. With over 25 years in the custom homes business and the BIA awards to back it up, there’s a reason we’re the Columbus, Ohio home builders folks choose when quality is top of mind.
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