133 invisible Exterior Design Photos

Daniel Marshall Architect
5 Reviews
Lucerne
Ideabooks814
Questions2
I really like this concept of the invisible garage door and the lighting around the awnings is great
Invisible garage doors
invisible garage doors!
Invisible garage doors
“hidden garage doors with vertical wood” — sarajasper
Shinberg Levinas Architectural Design
River Hill Residence
Ideabooks2,102
Questions3
Garden/ House #2 Buildings 2013 Invisibility: Naim residence, Washington, D.C., by Shinberg Levinas Architectural Design. Some may prefer the understated or, taken further, chameleon-like houses
Invisibility: Naim residence, Washington, D.C., by Shinberg Levinas Architectural Design. Some may prefer the understated or, taken further, chameleon-like houses that
Invisibility: Naim residence, Washington, D.C., by Shinberg Levinas Architectural Design. Some may prefer the understated or, taken further, chameleon-like houses
“"green screen" - use of climbing vines on a framework to function as a green fence” — lalaamidala
Olson Development LLC
1 Review
Country Farmhouse
Ideabooks447
Questions1
invisible garage doors.
“vertical siding” — meganlsullivan
MICHAEL HENNESSEY ARCHITECTURE
Sonoma Barn - Front Shading
Ideabooks1,653
Questions1
traditional trellis — try a sleek metal grid like the steel support shown here. Once fully covered with vines, the support itself will be almost invisible, as in the last photo.
traditional trellis — try a sleek metal grid like the steel support shown here. Once fully covered with vines, the support itself will be almost invisible
traditional trellis — try a sleek metal grid like the steel support shown here. Once fully covered with vines, the support itself will be almost invisible, as in the last photo.
“Plant wall” — Derrick Dulay
Dale Jones-Evans Pty Ltd Architecture
Sydney Harbour House No.1
Ideabooks507
Questions1
increase visibility without sacrificing security. Though we've come a long way from the simple method of sinking a fence in a ditch to provide an invisible barrier, contemporary garden designers are still using the same idea — transparency with security to provide the perfect garden barrier.
increase visibility without sacrificing security. Though we've come a long way from the simple method of sinking a fence in a ditch to provide an invisible barrier, contemporary garden designers are still using the same idea — transparency with security to provide the perfect garden barrier.More: How
“Transparent fence” — johnnyyy10
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Exteriors
Ideabooks306
Questions0
... And the architect made the addition almost invisible from the front of the house. This is a quality that most of the examples in this ideabook share: They tend to add to the rear of the house. This is
... And the architect made the addition almost invisible from the front of the house. This is a quality that most of the examples in this ideabook share: They tend to add to the rear of the house. This is probably due to more space being available there for an addition, but also for privacy and to keep
“Nice combo between Sam's old world and my new world with my own private study.” — ricemcm
Andrew Snow Photography
Exterior
Ideabooks392
Questions1
This Toronto laneway house designed by Setless Studio has an almost invisible front door. Is it to the left of the bushes? Is it off this alley? If so, where? The glass gives a hint, even if the Corten steel panels don't.
“Lempeng” — Andruruan
Des Ewing Residential Architects
15 Reviews
Flow of movement within dwelling improved due to spacious modern extension
Ideabooks29
Questions0
Use discreet glazing for safetyAn almost invisible glass panel in front of this upper storey sliding door makes it safe, so the doors can be thrown wide open at any time for maximum fresh air.
“Glass panel in front of this upper storey sliding door makes it safe.” — Joanna Simmons
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