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歩きやすい導線を意識した園路
歩きやすい導線を意識した園路
椎乃庭の庭づくり椎乃庭の庭づくり
他の地域にあるアジアンスタイルのおしゃれな庭の写真
KH様邸古民家
KH様邸古民家
株式会社ローバー都市建築事務所株式会社ローバー都市建築事務所
京都にあるアジアンスタイルのおしゃれな庭の写真
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坪庭
坪庭
庭咲 niwasaki庭咲 niwasaki
他の地域にあるアジアンスタイルのおしゃれな坪庭の写真
緑に囲まれたアプローチ
緑に囲まれたアプローチ
グランド工房グランド工房
歳月が経ち、新たに心機一転、外構をリフォームしたいとのご要望をいただきました。既存物が多い為、全てをやりかえるのではなく、周りを活かしながら一部をリフォームしました。自然石門壁は既存の植栽との相性も抜群、新たに入れた雑木が優しく迎えてくれます。門扉は木彫でナチュラルテイストなLIXIL「開き門扉AA」を採用。 手摺はLIXIL「アーキレール」を設置しシャープで景観を損なうことなく緑との相性も抜群です。
Cottage on Cabot
Cottage on Cabot
Pineapples, Palms, Etc.Pineapples, Palms, Etc.
マイアミにあるビーチスタイルのおしゃれな庭の写真
2014 Parade of Homes - "Home Sweet Home"
2014 Parade of Homes - "Home Sweet Home"
Stone Bridge Homes NWStone Bridge Homes NW
NR Photography
ポートランドにあるカントリー風のおしゃれな庭 (コンテナガーデン) の写真
The Camberwell House - Garden Dining area
The Camberwell House - Garden Dining area
Fraher & Findlay Architects LtdFraher & Findlay Architects Ltd
The green of the frame to the glazing continues on the front windows, garden planters, garden furniture and is even applied to the drainpipes. Colour was an important influence throughout the house, with heritage colours picked by the client to echo a more traditional palette mixed with mid century furniture.
Summit House
Summit House
Spears Horn ArchitectsSpears Horn Architects
Entrance walk edged with pineleaf penstemon and daylily. Spears Horn Architects
アルバカーキにある中くらいな、夏のコンテンポラリースタイルのおしゃれな前庭 (ゼリスケープ、庭への小道、日向、天然石敷き) の写真
Small Xeriscape Cottage Garden
Small Xeriscape Cottage Garden
English Landscape LLCEnglish Landscape LLC
ロンドンにある低価格の小さな地中海スタイルのおしゃれな裏庭 (ゼリスケープ、日向、天然石敷き) の写真
Suburban Retreat
Suburban Retreat
NLH Landscape ArchitectsNLH Landscape Architects
Photography by Linda Oyama Bryan
シカゴにあるトラディショナルスタイルのおしゃれな前庭の写真
Moongate
Moongate
UserUser
A moongate set in a trellis provides the separation between a dining terrace and small garden beyond. A Leonard
ボストンにあるアジアンスタイルのおしゃれな庭の写真
Minimal Landscape Design
Minimal Landscape Design
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & DesignExterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
This garden house was designed by owner and architect, Shirat Mavligit. The wooden section of outer wall is actually the outer section of a central volume that creates an enlarged open space bisecting the home interior. The windows create a view corridor within the home that allows visitors to see all the way through to the back yard. Occupants of the home looking out through these windows feel as if they are sitting in the middle of a garden. This architectural theme of volume and line of site is so powerful that it became the inspiration for the modern landscape design we developed in the front, back, and side yards of the property. We began by addressing the issue of too much open space in the front yard. It has no surrounding fence, and it faces a very busy street in Houston’s Rice Village Area. After careful study of the home façade, our team determined that the best way to set aside a large portion of private space in front of the home was to construct a landscape berm. This land art form adds a sense of dimension and psychological boundary to the scene. It is built of core 10 steel and stands 16 inches tall. This is just high enough for guests to sit on, and it provides an ideal sunbathing area for summer days. The sweeping contour of the berm offsets the rigid linearity of the home with a softer architectural detail. Its linear progression gives the modern landscape design a dynamic sense of movement. Moving to the back yard, we reinforced the home’s central volume and view corridor by laying a rectilinear line of gravel parallel to an equivalent section of grass. Near the corner of the house, we created a series of gravel stepping pads that lead guests from the gravel run, through the grass, and into a vegetable garden. The heavy use of gravel does several things. It communicates a sense of control by containing the vitality of the lawn within an inorganic, mathematically precise space. This feeling of contained life force is common in modern landscape design. This also adds the functional advantage of a low-maintenance space where only minimal lawn care is needed. Gravel also has its own unique aesthetic appeal. Its dark color compliments both the grass and the house, providing an ideal lead-in to the space of the vegetable garden. This same rectilinear geometry was applied to the side yard, but the materials were reversed to add dramatic effect. Here, the field is gravel, and the stepping pads are made from grass. Heavy gauge steel planters were set into the gravel to house separate plantings of Zoysia. The pads run from the library to the kitchen, allowing visitors to travel between the two as if they are walking on a floor decorated with grass. The lawn in all three yards is planted with Zoysia grass. This species of grass is frequently used in modern landscape design because it requires only moderate amounts of water to retain its exceptionally fine texture. When mowed, it presents a clean, well-manicured lawn that compliments the conservatism of the home.
Bothell - Backyard Retreat
Bothell - Backyard Retreat
Natural Greenscapes LLCNatural Greenscapes LLC
シアトルにあるおしゃれな庭の写真
Privacy wall and deck
Privacy wall and deck
Sarita Landscape IncSarita Landscape Inc
Sara Bendrick
サンディエゴにある高級な中くらいなモダンスタイルのおしゃれな裏庭 (日向) の写真
Mid Century Modern Gem
Mid Century Modern Gem
Urban Oasis Landscape DesignUrban Oasis Landscape Design
The uneven back yard was graded into ¬upper and lower levels with an industrial style, concrete wall. Linear pavers lead the garden stroller from place to place alongside a rain garden filled with swaying grasses that spans the side yard and culminates at a gracefully arching pomegranate tree, A bubbling boulder water feature murmurs soothing sounds. A large steel and willow-roof pergola creates a shady space to dine in and chaise lounges and chairs bask in the surrounding shade. The transformation was completed with a bold and biodiverse selection of low water, climate appropriate plants that make the space come alive. branches laden with impossibly red blossoms and fruit.
The Sango Kaku Garden
The Sango Kaku Garden
Simon Orchard Garden DesignSimon Orchard Garden Design
サリーにあるコンテンポラリースタイルのおしゃれな庭の写真
Planter
Planter
B. Jane GardensB. Jane Gardens
オースティンにあるエクレクティックスタイルのおしゃれな庭の写真
Belsize Gardens Projects
Belsize Gardens Projects
Belsize GardensBelsize Gardens
他の地域にあるコンテンポラリースタイルのおしゃれな庭の写真

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New England Stone Farmhouse in Los Angeles, CA
New England Stone Farmhouse in Los Angeles, CA
Ward Jewell  Architect AIAWard Jewell Architect AIA
Ward Jewell, AIA was asked to design a comfortable one-story stone and wood pool house that was "barn-like" in keeping with the owner’s gentleman farmer concept. Thus, Mr. Jewell was inspired to create an elegant New England Stone Farm House designed to provide an exceptional environment for them to live, entertain, cook and swim in the large reflection lap pool. Mr. Jewell envisioned a dramatic vaulted great room with hand selected 200 year old reclaimed wood beams and 10 foot tall pocketing French doors that would connect the house to a pool, deck areas, loggia and lush garden spaces, thus bringing the outdoors in. A large cupola “lantern clerestory” in the main vaulted ceiling casts a natural warm light over the graceful room below. The rustic walk-in stone fireplace provides a central focal point for the inviting living room lounge. Important to the functionality of the pool house are a chef’s working farm kitchen with open cabinetry, free-standing stove and a soapstone topped central island with bar height seating. Grey washed barn doors glide open to reveal a vaulted and beamed quilting room with full bath and a vaulted and beamed library/guest room with full bath that bookend the main space. The private garden expanded and evolved over time. After purchasing two adjacent lots, the owners decided to redesign the garden and unify it by eliminating the tennis court, relocating the pool and building an inspired "barn". The concept behind the garden’s new design came from Thomas Jefferson’s home at Monticello with its wandering paths, orchards, and experimental vegetable garden. As a result this small organic farm, was born. Today the farm produces more than fifty varieties of vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers; many of which are rare and hard to find locally. The farm also grows a wide variety of fruits including plums, pluots, nectarines, apricots, apples, figs, peaches, guavas, avocados (Haas, Fuerte and Reed), olives, pomegranates, persimmons, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and ten different types of citrus. The remaining areas consist of drought-tolerant sweeps of rosemary, lavender, rockrose, and sage all of which attract butterflies and dueling hummingbirds. Photo Credit: Laura Hull Photography. Interior Design: Jeffrey Hitchcock. Landscape Design: Laurie Lewis Design. General Contractor: Martin Perry Premier General Contractors
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