6 spanish courtyards homes Contemporary Entry Design Photos

Michael Lee Architects
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Herron Residence
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in this Santa Monica, California, home creates a stunning sense of arrival in a partially covered entrance courtyard. The leaves appear to be waving in
have achieved the idea of spontaneity. Lifeless areas in and around our homes cry out for verdant touches. To some, it may be incongruous to line an interior
in this Santa Monica, California, home creates a stunning sense of arrival in a partially covered entrance courtyard. The leaves appear to be waving in
have achieved the idea of spontaneity. Lifeless areas in and around our homes cry out for verdant touches. To some, it may be incongruous to line an interior
Snake plants, seen here in this home entryway, are versatile indoor plants known to improve air quality.
“paint color + wood” — ashley1970
Kirk
Arbour House
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The dwelling adopts a courtyard typology with two pavilions linked by a large double height stairwell and external courtyard. The form is conceptualised
object carved from a solid volume of the allowable building area with the courtyard providing a protective volume from which to cross ventilate each of the
the house connection but also discrete and subtle separation – the family home as a village. Photo Credits: Scott Burrows
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Kirk
Arbour House
Ideabooks1
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The dwelling adopts a courtyard typology with two pavilions linked by a large double height stairwell and external courtyard. The form is conceptualised
object carved from a solid volume of the allowable building area with the courtyard providing a protective volume from which to cross ventilate each of the
the house connection but also discrete and subtle separation – the family home as a village. Photo Credits: Scott Burrows
Kirk
Arbour House
Ideabooks0
Questions0
The dwelling adopts a courtyard typology with two pavilions linked by a large double height stairwell and external courtyard. The form is conceptualised
object carved from a solid volume of the allowable building area with the courtyard providing a protective volume from which to cross ventilate each of the
the house connection but also discrete and subtle separation – the family home as a village. Photo Credits: Scott Burrows
Kirk
Arbour House
Ideabooks4
Questions0
The dwelling adopts a courtyard typology with two pavilions linked by a large double height stairwell and external courtyard. The form is conceptualised
object carved from a solid volume of the allowable building area with the courtyard providing a protective volume from which to cross ventilate each of the
the house connection but also discrete and subtle separation – the family home as a village. Photo Credits: Scott Burrows
Kirk
Arbour House
Ideabooks5
Questions0
The dwelling adopts a courtyard typology with two pavilions linked by a large double height stairwell and external courtyard. The form is conceptualised
object carved from a solid volume of the allowable building area with the courtyard providing a protective volume from which to cross ventilate each of the
the house connection but also discrete and subtle separation – the family home as a village. Photo Credits: Scott Burrows
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