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Berger Partnership
Sunny Garden
Seattle's rain can hamper serious gardening for a good portion of the year. These homeowners didn't let that stop them; they swapped a tennis court for a greenhouse and
Greenhouses are much more malleable than you'd think. This unobtrusive greenhouse double as an entrance
"It's a great space to pot up plants in the winter when you really want to work in the garden, but don’t want to get absolutely drenched," says landscape architect Jason Henry of Berger Partnership.The greenhouse, complete with citrus and other tender plants that emerge from the flagstone paving, has
has a big counter and sink. It backs up to a new shed, which has a green roof planted with sedums and a water harvesting system for the greenhouse. "The shed was a big part of the program for the design; there was a strong desire to organize and visually contain all of the stuff including tools, pots and
“Greenhouse” — natsxx
Ron Yeo, FAIA Architect
San Marino Residence
A greenhouse for cultivating orchids.... Photo - Tim Street-Porter
Green house room to grow plants year round
Conservatory greenhouse
A greenhouse for cultivating orchids
Will want a greenhouse.
Love the greenhouse.
potting shed + greenhouse
Consider attaching the greenhouse directly to your home for use as a sunroom. You can use the space as an extra living area as well as for plants.
for all his plants...Attached Greenhouse...design for plants...Orchard greenhouse...greenhouse baby...greenhouse 2
“Green house” — A And Cuellar
Garden Studio
how excited he still is by the greenhouse — as much now as when he decided to build in summer 2012.
Beautiful greenhouse turned into a studio.
a greenhouse made into an art studio
The greenhouse is affixed to the garden in a familiar way, as if it’s always been nestled up in that shady corner.What Vendrolini finds most surprising is how excited he still is by the greenhouse — as much now as when he decided to build in summer 2012.
cramped conditions in the house? Why not extend into the garden and set up a home office in your greenhouse? This design offers plenty of natural light and would be a great environment for creative thinking.
“Love this idea!” — scarlettmouton
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What is the grassy plant under the magnolia?
The flowers plants and lighting for the guest house
a cozy 96-square-foot greenhouse kit for $13,000 from Sturdi-Built, an Oregon greenhouse company.
greenhouse turned into a studio - Cool!!!
Greenhouse kit for an ad-hoc funky master bath add-on?
Two months and four weeks after he placed his order, a cozy 96-square-foot greenhouse sat high above the property. Vendrolini chose a $13,000 kit from Sturdi-Built, an Oregon greenhouse company. Everything but a drill and a lot of patience was included, he says: “It was like a puzzle.” The kit gave him
prepared the site with a 16-foot by 24-foot deck, bolting the greenhouse directly to the deck. A line for lighting existed from a previous landscape project. Vendrolini brought an additional line and an Internet connection to the greenhouse.Design note: A level foundation is necessary prior to building
“Lights” — jmbarakett
Bernal Heights Greenhouse Addition
Greenhouse. Note use of conduit and cantilevered
of that scent when you water,” he says. Cowan had intended to grow more inside the greenhouse, shown here right after construction, but found the sunlight on top of the greenhouse to be much better.
“A greenhouse-conservatory is a kind of sacred space. A lot of things intersect there,” Stanford says. “In addition to functionality, I really wanted the interior to be a spot you could just slow down and breathe.” The cedar planter he built connects directly to the soil beneath. “You get a little of
“Nice greenhouse” — jojo33sj
Bernal Heights Greenhouse Addition
I love this for my plants
maybe a small greenhouse to protect edibles from critters for the back hill
This San Francisco couple created this greenhouse on the roof of their home out of an old orchid house. They use it primarily for growing edibles.
They hired architect Ron Stanford to revive the crumbling orchid house. After tearing it down to its foundation, he framed the new 125-square-foot greenhouse with recycled old-growth fir and added stock aluminum windows and a custom steel truss. Cowan, a holistic and food-based doctor, requested a walkable
San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood boasts some of the warmest temperatures and best views in the city. Cowan and Smith weren’t growing edibles when they bought their home (a converted chicken coop) two years ago, but the potential excited them. A backyard orchid house only sweetened the deal
“green hse” — shironjenga
Artemesia Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Garden Design
Different structures for the diffent types of plants
Greenhouse, wire trellis for tomatoes etc
PVC and plastic to shade plants
the arched covering for plants.
Greenhouses and planters
Beds, coverage, greenhouse
Interesting greenhouse idea
Raised plant bed...container bed plant...bac à plantes...covers on plants...Plant shade
“Raised plant bed” — Antonietta Uy
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
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Vibrant Surroundings
the most dreamy-like greenhouse i've seen
Like custom greenhouse
Greenhouse for herbs
Beautiful greenhouse -- wood structure
Dream...pool, greenhouse, garden
Greenhouse :))...Great greenhouse...nice greenhouse...Love greenhouse...More than greenhous
“Windows” — vyerdua
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