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Auhaus Architecture
Bluff House Study
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Bluff House study overlooking Moonah trees and golf course. Photography: Trevor Mein
Moonah trees can live for hundreds of years. Their name alone conveys a sense of mysticism, but it is their ancient ties to the coastal Barwon Heads region of Australia that have made them local legends. As the trees age, their bark becomes increasingly gnarled and
and twisted, responding to the surrounding environment and conditions. Like the cypress trees of Monterey, the baobab trees of Madagascar and the giant sequoias of California, these are regional icons, part of the landscape.
“connection with outside” — howsla
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
Ideabooks4,141
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What about the other grass that has a tree trunk?
Great fence & grasses, also tree
Wow, the fence, the grass tree, the grasses
Tree container...specimen tree
“Looks” — Jeanne Field-Miller
Pyramid Builders
4 Reviews
Mass Avenue Heights
Ideabooks314
Questions1
Hillside landscaping. Box woods and trees.
trees down road
“I like the the pool cover. Is it painted concrete?” — basepesi
Archiverde Landscape Architecture
23 Reviews
Crestwood
Ideabooks2,396
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espalier can be a bit complicated if trees trained as single cordons are used, but vines lend themselves quite readily to this pattern.
A Belgian fence (or lattice pattern) makes a stylish adornment for a blank wall. This type of espalier can be a bit complicated if trees trained as single cordons are used
A Belgian fence (or lattice pattern) makes a stylish adornment for a blank wall. This type of espalier can be a bit complicated if trees trained as single cordons are used, but vines lend themselves quite readily to this pattern.
A Belgian fence (or lattice pattern) makes a stylish adornment for a blank wall. This type of espalier can be a bit complicated if trees trained as single cordons are used, but vines lend themselves quite readily to this pattern.
“I like the design. Would leave the alley plain and use design for inside” — 451mst
Holly Marder
The home of Karlijn and Pieter
Ideabooks2,793
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the window panes have a lot to do with why this works. lovely, nonetheless esp if you can extend this to the bedroom. Is that an olive tree?
A solid oak table with clean contemporary lines and a mix of replica Eames chairs ground the couple's dining area. A potted olive tree in the corner adds a touch of nature.Table: Bigboy, Steigerhout Stunter; gray cutting board: HK Living; teapot and teacups: Hoganas Keramik; pendants: Workshop (grey)
“simplicity” — sparky43
Lobalzo Design Associates, Ltd
10 Reviews
Birdie's Nest
Ideabooks1,690
Questions1
Your pool shed made into a land tree house? For later days maybe? xo
The playhouse enlivens the back corner of the yard. The trees' leafy canopy keeps it cool in summer.
The playhouse enlivens the back corner of the yard. The trees' leafy canopy keeps it cool in summer. The house was a dream of Birdie's mother for her daughter, and she loves the idea of Birdie's enjoying it with
The playhouse enlivens the back corner of the yard. The trees' leafy canopy keeps it cool in summer. The house was a dream of Birdie's mother for her daughter, and she loves the idea of Birdie's enjoying it with her own daughter one day.Have you created a dream backyard getaway? Please tell us about
“Little house” — bethh2
Auhaus Architecture
Bluff House Living
Ideabooks437
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i'm confused by the window view...is this a reflection of the inside or a see through wall...because i see the trees....whatever the view is great...some details please!!!!!
concrete wall, butterfly chairs and trees. There is also a reflection in the glass of the window at the opposite side of the room. That reflection is of sky and more trees...
i have a question..what is the material used for the wall outdoor...i can see the trees through the wall...or is this an illusion
I like the way the window framed the outside tree making a living picture but with light also
“corner accent lighting” — jackiesimpkins
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
W Landscape
Ideabooks3,160
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Outdoor dining, stone pillar, grass and trees
Lawn hard border liner of trees
Trees in the back fence
trees along fence for privacy
specimen tree
“Buffet” — Rommie Susan Guevara
Not sure if this tree works and what else I need...
Should the palm go closer towards the fireplace or the other way or directly behind the chair? Should I get a picture to match the other side or something...
Losing a Pine tree is having a domino effect on my design plans
If you look at my last discussions you can see that I thought my next project was a living room redo- and that is still on the books for this winter BUT...
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