1,498 Pavilion Contemporary Home Design Photos

Harry Elson Architect PC
Connecticut Pool Pavilion
Ideabooks2,875
Questions1
Connecticut Pool Pavilion
I liked the pavilion
Pool pavilion
“Techo” — PaoPao Antillon Bencomo
Michelle Walker architects
6 Reviews
Roseville Pavilion
Ideabooks15,308
Questions9
The Pavilion is a contemporary outdoor living addition to a Federation house in Roseville, NSW. The existing house sits on a 1550sqm block of land and is a substantial renovated two storey family home. The 900sqm north facing rear yard slopes gently down from the back of the house and is framed by
which provides generous space for year round outdoor living and entertaining and connects the house to both the pool and the deep back yard. The Pavilion at Roseville is a new in-between space, blurring the distinction between inside and out. It celebrates the contemporary culture of outdoor living
This home has an outdoor pavilion; what a great entertaining space!
12. Size mattersA Federation house in Sydney’s Upper North Shore has received a contemporary addition. This stunning pavilion is used year round, providing natural ventilation to cool down the space in summer and an outdoor fireplace for when the temperature drops.
“Outside rooms” — frasialatina
WA design
8 Reviews
Saratoga Creek House
Ideabooks6,977
Questions11
field. Multiple courtyards and outdoor spaces connect the home's pavilions with the landscape. One of the glass walkways connecting the kitchen pavilion and the dining pavilion is visible in this shot. Together, the home's five pavilions offer 7,000 square feet of living space.
“Glass connector between two separate areas of the house.” — jillcnobles
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Resort Style Living
Ideabooks20,148
Questions15
It is the outdoor pavilion of the property
6. Minimalist pavilion in a dazzling Australian backyard. This stunning contemporary landscape by Rolling Stones Landscapes incorporates a contemporary pavilion that blurs the lines between inside and out.
square as a key sculptural focal point in the garden. The spa is made of glass on all four sides. Square floating steppers connect the water and the pavilion physically and geometrically, and the bench and lower level of the spa form a smaller square that adds repetition, dimension and depth. The spa connects
“Hout Panele” — alldi
Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
16 Reviews
Alderwood Landscape
Ideabooks1,306
Questions0
another view of outdoor pavilion from waterfall and small pond
pond by pavilion...Pavilion overhang
“The pavement.” — clinniss
Michelle Walker architects
6 Reviews
Roseville Pavilion
Ideabooks14,047
Questions5
The Pavilion is a contemporary outdoor living addition to a Federation house in Roseville, NSW. The existing house sits on a 1550sqm block of land and is a substantial renovated two storey family home. The 900sqm north facing rear yard slopes gently down from the back of the house and is framed by
which provides generous space for year round outdoor living and entertaining and connects the house to both the pool and the deep back yard. The Pavilion at Roseville is a new in-between space, blurring the distinction between inside and out. It celebrates the contemporary culture of outdoor living
ng, consider what furniture you will be using and whether there’ll be enough room to move around easily under the pergola. This elegant poolside pavilion in Sydney has ample space for its users to relax and entertain. Its solid construction, timber cladding and pitched roof form merge gracefully with
“The partial glass wall” — Jim Patsavas
BC&J Architecture
1 Review
North Island House
Ideabooks1,226
Questions1
designed with the concept of a series of living pavilions. Each pavilion takes in different views of the acreage beyond. The main pavilion houses the great room and children’s bedrooms above. The west pavilion houses a discrete guest suite. The north pavilion includes the utility and family rooms on the
“Garage” — ameeker
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Waters Edge
Ideabooks95
Questions0
water. The design features a covered main pavilion with a fully equipped kitchen including a sink, fridge and wood fire pizza oven. Designed for entertainment it also includes a large dining area, sunken spa and wall mounted TV. O the same level of the pavilion is a sunken fire pit area nestled underneath
lower lawn area designed to add interest when viewing from above. A generous lounge and nearby pool pavilion provides plenty of places to relax by the pool and the cantilevered section of the pavilion, with feature timber panelling, ensures that there is shade poolside and look fantastic next to another
Sutherland Shire, NSWDesigned to make the most of a steep site, this private home in Sydney’s south features great spaces to enjoy the water views. The pavilion was designed for entertainment and includes a large dining area, sunken spa, wall-mounted TV and a sunken fire pit area nestled underneath a large
“Table” — dosterio
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