2,779 loggia Home Design Photos

John Montgomery Landscape Architects
7 Reviews
Recreational Resort
Custom loggia with rustic wood truss provides sheltered outdoor living space amid garden.
Higher beams at loggia
outdoor loggia--love it
“Columns” — giannina1102
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Robinette Architects, Inc.
The Light House I
Loggia or privat "porch" in back. Similar to Spanish style
the Prairie and Craftsman houses, which frequently had generous porches facing the street. This patio is similar to the private-facing porches or loggias of Spanish colonial architecture. The proliferation of air conditioning and private swimming pools, along with the importance of a private, fenced
“courtyard shape” — Justin Williams
John C. Sanders and Company
3 Reviews
Fairview Project
The loggia!
“pretty pea gravel walkway” — reneemassaua
Van-Martin Rowe
The Castle on Grand Oaks
Flanked by cast-stone columns, the loggia remains open to the outdoors but is protected at the same time. Rowe designed the table behind the sofa.
Loggia remains open to the outdoor but it is protevted at
Flanked by cast-stone columns, the loggia remains open to the outdoors but is protected at the same time. Rowe designed the table behind the sofa.
“might work” — janellenkitchen
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Hillside Medeterranean 02 (Design by Bernard Trainor & Associates)
saucer-shape water feature dominates (but doesn't overwhelm) this Spanish-style courtyard. Its dimensions are practically the same as the arches across the loggia, unifying the water feature with its surroundings.
“Like the lil fountain” — snp0531
Don Ziebell
1 Review
Oz Architects
home from scratch, don't neglect to include such a space in the plans. If you're retrofitting, though, remember that it doesn't have to be a lengthy loggia or magnificent portico — even a small patio out back, cloaked in stone or stucco and laden with pottery urns and creeping vines, creates the same effect
“old amazing design” — imam1
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
Lake Travis Retreat
contrast, and the columns supporting the shelter at the terrace beyond extend the punctuating effect of the tree trunks. The open, recessed, covered loggia on the left is mirrored by its opposite: solid stone walls. And notice how the sky and earth are merged by the pool, making each wing of the house
“breezeway” — aktx
McDonald Remodeling
4 Reviews
Pool House
Loggia patio doors
Like the loggia
“Roof” — basini2014
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