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Monticello Homes & Development
Modern Art Studio
The galvanized metal wraps around the corner, where a bathroom door sheathed in metal blends into the wall. Light beige paint (Sherwin-Williams' Loggia) adds warmth to the industrial space.
Paint Color SW7506 Loggia
Loggia by sherwin Williams.
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Sroka Design, Inc.
A back porch can be humble, but it can also be grand. In fact, I think we’d have to call this back porch a loggia to do it justice. But what a luscious place to have a summer dinner for 10. This makes me envision many courses, flowing wine, heady conversation and lots of laughter. The table setting is
Play with scale. This oversize centerpiece makes a beautiful, bold statement in this outdoor loggia. This scale could work just as well for a centerpiece on a large entry or foyer table.
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
Lake Home Exterior
These are 12" columns and the loggia measures 16' x 45'
outdoor loggia and fireplace
loggia for barn...The Loggia
Dick Clark + Associates
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
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
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.