1,285 haha Home Design Photos

Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks8,279
Questions1
Ha-ha for upper front yard: clean, smooth transition from parking strip to lower yard.
9. A ha-ha wall. A ha-ha wall is designed
A ha-ha wall is designed to preserve clean views while creating a distinct barrier to help keep out animals.
ha-ha wall designed to preserve clean view while keeping out animals
9. A ha-ha wall. A ha-ha wall is designed to preserve clean views while creating a distinct barrier to help keep out animals. It’s named after the (amusing)
A ha-ha wall. A ha-ha wall is designed to preserve clean views while
9. A ha-ha wall. A ha-ha wall is designed to preserve clean views while creating a distinct barrier to help keep out animals. It’s named after the (amusing) moment when
“Rocky rough wall” — pop22eye
Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
Ideabooks20,211
Questions4
The Upper Garden with 'Ha-Ha' wall: One side of the sinuous retaining stone wall is faced with stone, the other face sloped and turfed, forms a green pool for the upper garden. The ha-ha wall backed by Annabelle Hydrangeas conceals the driveway from sight and extends the view to the lower garden as
The Upper Garden with 'Ha-Ha' wall: One side of the sinuous retaining stone wall is faced with stone, the other face sloped and turfed, forms a green pool for the upper garden. The ha-ha wall backed by Annabelle Hydrangeas conceals the driveway from sight
“Bordure haie” — yvesbulabois
Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
Ideabooks23,425
Questions16
Sinuous Driveway - Acts as the backbone of the garden. Both the lower and upper garden are bordered by Annabelle Hydrangeas and Zelkovas planted along the asphalt driveway making the driveway recede and emphasizing a garden feel to an otherwise functional space. Photo credit: ROGER FOLEY
“Asphalt with white border” — Deb Del
Robert Young Architects
Ideabooks5,356
Questions3
Perhaps this example isn't a true ha-ha; most would consider it a retaining wall. But it does give us a good idea how the true ha-ha works; from the lower side, the wall ceates a secure barrier unseen from the open garden above.To install
ha-ha wall
“rock wall” — kurz33
Coupard Architects and Builders
Bold Approach
Ideabooks2,630
Questions1
ditches dug around fortified buildings. Dry moats were used by the early-American colonists in New England to protect their forts. In some respects the ha-ha, or sunken ditch, served the same purpose. This raised bridge provides a spectacular entrance, as it spans woodland surrounding the deck house.
ditches dug around fortified buildings. Dry moats were used by the early-American colonists in New England to protect their forts. In some respects the ha-ha, or sunken ditch, served the same purpose. This raised bridge provides a spectacular entrance, as it spans woodland surrounding the house.
“Bridge” — ztussing
Aaron G. Edwards Landscape Architect
Bedford Westchester County New York Modern
Ideabooks1,725
Questions1
... an example of a "ha-ha"
The ha-ha doesn't need to be only a utilitarian
The ha-ha doesn't need to be only a utilitarian feature. The beautiful stone wall here would make a superb ha-ha: It's practical in construction, fits into the landscape and is a great feature in its own right
utilitarian feature. The beautiful stone wall here would make a superb ha-ha: It's practical in construction, fits into the landscape and is a great feature in its own right. Early examples of the ha-ha in 18th-century England did not feature walls, but consisted merely of a deep ditch with a fence concealed
The ha-ha doesn't need to be only a utilitarian feature. The beautiful stone wall here would make a superb ha-ha: It's practical in construction, fits into the landscape and is a great feature in its own right.Early examples of the ha-ha in 18th-century England did not feature walls, but consisted merely
“stairs along a wall” — themaddingcrowd
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Maine Retreat
Ideabooks7,073
Questions1
Here's another view of the same type of separation. Although it's not a true ha-ha, the raised patio area with its supporting wall gently separates the spaces and provides a sitting area that lets guests take in the garden view. From
Here's another view of the same type of separation. Although it's not a true ha-ha, the raised patio area with its supporting wall gently separates the spaces and provides a sitting area that lets guests take in the garden view. From
“an example of retaining wall close to the house and most of the yard on one level” — Lynne LaJeunesse
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks6,026
Questions4
Perhaps the most realistic modern descendant of the true ha-ha is the infinity-edge pool: a swimming or reflecting pool that gives the effect of extending to the horizon without an interrupting barrier. The best site for an infinity-edge pool is on a side of a hill where land falls away.
“if it is possible” — dantdan
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