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Outer space Landscape Architecture
6 Reviews
Potreo Hill Modern
Cool modern 3 sided seating bench around the fire pit. Like the circle couch thing on bottom of picture too.
Modern formal gardens use geometry to define private outdoor spaces, and smaller gardens require clean lines and minimal features to allow for multifunctional uses. Geometrics aid this design. The
Structure is the most important thing when it comes to designing a small garden. The bones of the garden hold it together in all seasons and weather conditions. The squared paved area here unites different parts of the garden through its structural use of strong lines.
fostering intimate conversation. Or, if the orientation is outwardly focused, you'll observe the borrowed landscape or enjoy a bird's-eye view of the garden.Any time the grade is changed, even with a single riser, the dynamic is also changed. Here are some clever ways designers have changed the grade. I
“firepit” — larryncelia
Garden design
A lovely addition to any garden and an excellent tool for aging in place
Pallet the whole back garden
A single line of bearded irises works well in modern water gardens to create a strong line.
Ramp to garden shed...Garden design
“Gravel paths/areas” — carolshughes
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Wine Country Residence
the laws and forces which produce it." It was the result of these convictions that produced the strong geometry his schemes exhibited.This modern hillside garden displays all the simple geometric shapes so loved by Lutyens — the squares and oblongs linked in a pleasing format.The clever trick with the
There's more nature than yard in this Wine Country garden. The space takes advantage of the view, whether someone is relaxing, soaking or swimming. At the same time, since it's set into the hillside and has
“sooo cool” — jhuebner1
Natural Balance Home Builders
9 Reviews
front of house
The look, it's modern and simple.
Like the groupings for modern look
Asymmetrical BalanceA modern entry garden is balanced thanks to the clever use of lines, materials and plants. Notice how the graphic entry path creates a visual volume equal to the front door. And the color-block planting bed echoes the volume of the window. This is a thoughtfully designed space that
“front door” — himer1
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Yellow and red curved garden
Modern front garden
lanscaping idea for modern home
Modern garden....asian garden...Nice garden...garden & flowers...type of garden
“Repeating grass” — Ritchie Frijas
4 Reviews
Hi, I'm thinking in create a modern backyard and have been looking for the name of this plant! Thank you!
Horizontal line plus garden boxes plus plant
Modern planter garden
clean and modern...Modern landscape...MODERN GARDEN...modern planters...modern fence...modern garden...modern planters...Container Garden...modern pots
“Fence” — Mark Zinn
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Hello, Beautiful garden! Can you give me some details on the type of wood (cedar, reclaimed, etc.) that you used for the garden beds. Thanks so much!
Is the bed above the garden
you can buy railway sleepers for gardening purposes
Garden security and ease of working.
plantings with modern vertical elements for a beautiful, functional combination.
Even vegetable gardens can go contemporary. These raised beds and gravel paths could be straight out of a traditional French potager, but the simple steel pergola and table beneath give this space a modern look.More:Keep
More:Keep Your Garden in LinesGive Your Landscape Rhythm
“Raised beds” — mom2bassets
Daniel Nolan for Flora Grubb Gardens
Sunken Succulent/ Cacti Garden
some kind of cactus garden is necessary
garden upwards - lettuce on high.
This modern nook in San Francisco, with its single chair and table, features an artful array of plants displayed on stacked open shelves
This modern nook in San Francisco, with its single chair and table, features an artful array of plants
This modern nook in San Francisco, with its single chair and table, features an artful array of plants displayed on stacked open shelves. The designer says it reminded him “of a cabinet of curiosities — in this case the collection is made of succulents and cacti.”
l’allure plus moderne, à San Francisco, simplement meublé d’une table et d’une chaise. Sur des étagères posées les unes au-dessus des autres, les plantes — principalement des succulentes et des cactus — sont exposées comme s’il s’agissait d’une collection d’art ou d’un cabinet de curiosités.
“Thorny Plants” — Mahesh Ostwal
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