825 spanish courtyards homes Contemporary Outdoor Design Photos

Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
Lake Travis Retreat
Ideabooks6,577
Questions1
Walkway! Connect home and guest home!
love the interaction of the trees with the home
this is it, you have taken the idea right out of my head, amazing. Beautiful home
use tree shadow as fence barriers for courtyard
Two long wings connected by breezeway. Interior courtyard pool
In a home on Lake Travis in Austin, Texas, two wings are connected by a long open breezeway. Again, the pool occupies the courtyard, and a visual axis leads the eye outward into a grove of lovely live oaks, which themselves help complete the overall composition. I am particularly drawn to the way asymmetry
harmony with the larger environment. The courtyard pool lines up with the breezeway to frame a rugged stand of desert trees; together they draw your attention to the vast sky. The negative spaces — sky, trees and distant hills — are as important as the positive ones — home, pool and breezeway.
“use tree shadow as fence barriers for courtyard” — lynx421
Duxbury Architects
2 Reviews
Featured Work
Ideabooks1,911
Questions2
I want this look for my Home.
Open area from dining room center of home.
secod floor room u shape home
There are not too many windows (which make the home expensive.) but it still incorporates a courtyard patio
love the courtyard feel
The stonework in the courtyard
Combination of patio and courtyard
Courtyard windows...outdoor courtyard...and courtyard...nice courtyard
“The window and courtyard” — danroell
DNM Architect
10 Reviews
Modern energy efficient house on SF Bay
Ideabooks2,674
Questions2
Upper courtyard, over finished room. The Spanish style with glass wall isn't what we want, but the idea of a upper courtyard is nice.
am example of a simple upper deck and lower courtyard setting.
another 2-story small courtyard that looks fine
A freestanding wood-burning fire bowl is pretty portable. This one is being used in a courtyard surrounded on at least three sides, so it is very protected from wind. A portable fire bowl is also easy to scoot it off to the side when not in use, as I think they did here because it is very close to the
“Reverse the black door for my plans.” — trudithp
Janet Paik
Birds of Prey Courtyard Garden by Living Green
Ideabooks11,040
Questions5
Birds of Prey Courtyard Garden by Living Green
The brand & color would be helpful. Any special application to make it look so marvelous in this courtyard?
Gorgeous courtyard. Maybe in the house protected from the elements so nice spot for winter
This example would fit a lot of Philly row homes
courtyard - stepping down into an area
Garden Courtyard: "Birds of Prey"Designer: Davis Dalbok and Brandon Pruett, Living Green Using art outdoors is unexpected, but that's often what makes a courtyard work. Davis Dalbok and Brandon Pruett of Living Green worked with Jane Richardson Mack to place six pieces of an antique Japanese screen in
The images of Asian birds of prey on the screens helped create the framework for the rest of the garden.There was minimal planting space in the courtyard, so Dalbok and Pruett used all the vertical space they could. Each living wall explodes with conifers, maples, mosses, collectible Japanese maples
“Concrete patio” — hflien
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks8,635
Questions5
Hello I would like to by build a u shape home ,I would like to by a b.
Hello how many sq ft is this home and how much is it to build it. I am interested in building a u shape home And want to by a blue print and know how much construction cost. Thank you
We could certainly design a home like this with a similar floor plan for your property. Please contact us directly for more information. daveg@gsarchitects.net
Pool on inside of home is awesomeness
the way the courtyard hugs the pool in a u-shape
Could do this with Mennonite homes
“Pool vs house” — niki2u2
The Front Door / Dwayne Carruth
7 Reviews
The Front Door / Dwayne Carruth
Ideabooks5,935
Questions8
courtyard with tiled pool and tropical landscaping
Love it! What are the dimensions of the courtyard
about building a home within an old building. Leaving the exterior walls up to create private courtyards. Just beautiful.
this patio is a cozy corner for my private life. I want to heve one sometime when I have to move to my own home later.
“Vertical gardens” — gan20
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Harbor Springs Contemporary
Ideabooks6,189
Questions2
Wow this would be great with a Japanese Maple at the front of our home.
must explore - glass entry, courtyard, pavillion
Accentuate color. Several spotlights illuminate this courtyard and emphasize the rich red color of the Japanese maple. Consider that you might want
Accentuate color. Several spotlights illuminate this courtyard and emphasize the
Uplights showcase plants beautifully at night. These are lights on the ground, either set on a spike or recessed into the ground.The lighting in this courtyard garden beautifully illuminates the main specimen trees and plants, casting interesting shadows on the pathway. The use of mainly clipped evergreens
Accentuate color. Several spotlights illuminate this courtyard and emphasize the rich red color of the Japanese maple. Consider that you might want brighter wattage on certain plants to take advantage of their
“front ls” — Glenn Gough
Bruns Architecture
Midvale Courtyard House
Ideabooks3,019
Questions3
Two structures connected by hall way and outside courtyard
Upper deck and a courtyard, perfect
courtyard...with upper level and aperture that opens, could toward south or view
large courtyard, functional living space sheltered
The first floor wraps around a middle courtyard, which Bruns added by taking a big bite out of the original floor plan. The new main suite rises overhead. The architectural levels underneath the terrace conceal some structural and mechanical elements.Hoke and Maniaci liked the midcentury-style pitched
The first floor wraps around a central courtyard, which Bruns added by taking a big section out of the original floor plan. The new main living area rises overhead. The architectural levels underneath
“outdoor spiral staircase” — Keith Ryan
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