99,798 pavilion designer Exterior Design Photos

Asian Exterior
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The Pavilion was was designed by Derek Jones Architect and built by 2SL Design Build.
This Japanese Pavilion is located in the Duke Gardens in DURHAM, NC (Not Raleigh). If someone could make this correction, that would
Japanese Pavilion...I have a Japanese tea pavilion?...I like this Japanese garden pavilion...pavilion design...Japanese pavilion...japanese tea house/pavilion
“nature around house” — mukundaluitel
Dungan Nequette Architects
5 Reviews
Day Exterior
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Pavilion design...2 units and design...house design...best...
“Red pella window” — ICC Builders, Inc.
Lake Flato Architects
Hog Pen Creek Residence
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lap pool and through the outdoor living room, and ends at the lake pavilion. “We designed the boardwalk to look like a pier to enhance the lakeside experience
pool and through the outdoor living room, and ends at the lake pavilion. “We designed the boardwalk to look like a pier to enhance the lakeside experience
“Beams” — rodran1
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DRAW Architecture
3 Reviews
Serra Residence
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used for play and entertaining. The mini/MAXI pavilions, designed in collaboration with the landscape designer Kevin Yates of The Muddy Gardener, while functional
the 1930’s as well as transformed the backyard with a series of modern pavilions.The material palette and details complement the existing stucco clad home
“Wood/Stucco combo” — acantley
Suzanne Hunt Architect
Bedfordale House
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solar design...timber design...Pavilion style living...Pavilion design...These design appeals
“Good exterior look and combines outdoors and indoors well” — Angela Nguyen
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
LK House
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useful and appropriate. More: Design Workshop: The ‘Disappearing’ Guardrail
Pavilions The theme of simple architectural elements continues in this image. Straddling the line between enclosed and open, the pavilion can be
Pavilions The theme of simple architectural elements continues in this image. Straddling the line between enclosed and open, the pavilion can be
PavilionsThe theme of simple architectural elements continues in this image. Straddling the line between enclosed and open, the pavilion can be deployed
PavilionsThe theme of simple architectural elements continues in this image. Straddling the line between enclosed and open, the pavilion can be
those used for repose. Carports and porte cocheres are good examples of pavilion transition elements that often act as gateways to arrival. Using them as
“Landscaping” — contemporarygarage
Andrew Nuzzi Architects, LLC
Tennis Pavilion
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A tennis Pavilion for a Grand Estate
Like this is amazing! A tennis pavilion? Really? :-)
tennis pavilion...Cupola and roof design...pool pavilion...Tennis Pavilion
“Cupola” — thoatson
Moloney Architects
Woodend House
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Slope Roof, pavilion pachio... roof casement windows
This is the design for Betty's Bay ... especially the view to
SIX KEY CHARACTERISTICS OF PAVILION-STYLE HOUSES1. Simple, rectangular, box-like volumesPavilion-style houses make use of simple volumes, linear geometries
surroundings. In Woodend House (pictured) in Victoria, three rectangular pavilions – a living area, sleeping area and garage – maximise the northern light
light and capture views of Mount Macedon in the east. Indeed, in pavilion-style houses beauty is found in pared-down simplicity – rather than in added decoration
geometries and an honest use of materials. Architects design rectangular, box-like volumes that are located in the context of the local environment, and angled
“Like this look.” — Sidney McCrary
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