38 enterance Asian Outdoor Design Photos

Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
18 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks4,813
Questions2
architectural piece (old!). One has to bow one's head (humble oneself) to enter the garden through this door... Cheers!
and a well-lit, open space is enough to signal to visitors that they have entered into the garden.
architectural piece (old!). One has to bow one's head (humble oneself) to enter the garden through this door... Cheers!
and a well-lit, open space is enough to signal to visitors that they have entered into the garden.
“Garden entry” — jluhern
Virginia W. Kelsey, AIA
Stablewood Remodeling
Ideabooks3,963
Questions5
pools and ponds often positioned close to houses so that they cool the air entering the buildings. Water in any garden has magical visual and soothing auditory
pools and ponds often positioned close to houses so that they cool the air entering the buildings. Water in any garden has magical visual and soothing auditory
“Pool” — Marla Albritton
Bear Creek Landscaping , LLC
2 Reviews
Entry Pergola
Ideabooks289
Questions1
Enter your dream garden through an arched Asian pergola
“Garden” — qqht2002
Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
7 Reviews
Roscoe Village Retreat
Ideabooks1,732
Questions2
japan style enterance
“goos look for stamped concrete” — dogbrees
Swick's Organic Landscaping
3 Reviews
Asian Inspired
Ideabooks1,356
Questions1
gate enterance
“Arco de ingreso” — alex1cortina
Shelley Gardea
Dana Point, CA
Ideabooks4,723
Questions2
Shanece Burton Physical boundary wall, blocking you from entering the space.
“gate door and fencing” — jamcconne
McHale Landscape Design, Inc.
2 Reviews
Darnestown Project
Ideabooks3,454
Questions2
In the ground when you enter or exit the boat plank onto the property.
“entré boréal” — landscape designer
JHLA / Jennifer Horn Landscape Architecture
Residence - Kalorama
Ideabooks15,068
Questions0
Our clients on this project were inspired by their travels to Asia and wanted to mimic this aesthetic at their DC property. We designed a water feature that effectively masks adjacent traffic noise and maintains a small footprint.
“Love the water feature” — bjeff50
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