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5 Reviews
Schulman Residence
Ideabooks2,692
Questions2
Arizona patio privacy screen using cacti
Most people don’t consider cacti as privacy plants, but they’re a great alternative to trees
Most people don’t consider cacti as privacy plants, but they’re a great alternative to trees in areas that need vertical protection. Intersperse plantings
Cacti also make great privacy plants. Dense growing cacti is Mexican Fencepost
Most people don’t consider cacti as privacy plants, but they’re a great alternative to trees in areas that need vertical protection. Intersperse plantings with architectural details or use dense-growing cacti like Mexican Fencepost to create a living fence.
“Great outdoor landscape/feature...” — tallen1970
Nashawtuc Architects, Inc.
Riverview Cape
Ideabooks2,037
Questions4
Position trellises to frame the entrance. Positioned at each end of the porch or front steps, trellises provide welcome privacy and shade to the entrance.
5. Position trellises to frame the entrance. Positioned at each end of the porch or front steps, trellises provide welcome privacy and shade to the entrance. If the area gets good sunlight (and the climate allows), why not plant something fragrant, like jasmine, so you can enjoy
5. Position trellises to frame the entrance. Positioned at each end of the porch or front steps, trellises provide welcome privacy and shade to the entrance. If the area gets good sunlight (and the climate allows), why not plant something fragrant, like jasmine, so you can enjoy a delicious scent each
“black door” — agodfrey22
Jon R. Sayler, Architect AIA PS
Sleek
Ideabooks648
Questions0
the privacy screen concept but not sure if it would work in our space
Plantings & rock behind privacy yard instead of grass
Horizontal slatted privacy screen for patio
privacy screen/fence around house
corner privacy panels
Privacy screen to patio
add privacy...Privacy fence...privacy screen
“Fence” — daiwaigumbo
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Heavy Metal
Ideabooks1,154
Questions1
Perforated steel panels located to minimize solar gain and maximize privacy
steel panels are solid, while others are perforated. The perforated panels are strategically located to minimize sun and heat gain as well as maximize privacy from the exterior. This nighttime view of the front facade shows how the perforated steel skin becomes visually porous, offering an altogether different
steel panels are solid, while others are perforated. The perforated panels are strategically located to minimize sun and heat gain as well as maximize privacy from the exterior.This nighttime view of the front facade shows how the perforated steel skin becomes visually porous, offering an altogether different
“Night Lighting Love” — petersenprojects
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Swingline outdoor shower
Ideabooks20,929
Questions5
Nice look, not quite enuf privacy. Also changing and shower are separate activities. And need shower head and handheld to accommodate dog washing (and kid washing).
Outdoor shower with slated privacy
privacy screen...Love the privacy...Privacy partition
“Outdoor pool house area” — rodeo8365
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Curved House
Ideabooks2,753
Questions6
Like wood, privacy wall, and steps to courtyard.
U shaped houses designed for privacy
privacy barrier on left side
Privacy fence...privacy wall...privacy slat wall
“heavy bulkhead” — cheaptrick
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
East Jefferson Residence
Ideabooks5,249
Questions3
placing the front door perpendicular to the street. for privacy
Entry brings in light and privacy
front door perpendicular to street, privacy and a place for pkgs
like glass enclosed entry leaves privacy to house
Door perpendicular to the street for light AND privacy
Door perpendicular to street for privacy
“Chiflonera¿” — xrivasv
Nest Architectural Design, Inc.
3 Reviews
Belcaro Modern
Ideabooks9,075
Questions10
heavy, costly. Most likely a basic framed house, with some type of waterproof under, then dryvit then sealed http://www.dryvit.com/residential/gallery.asp?cat=25&country_id=1&nav=1&catid=49&category=9
plant selection and privacy
“...” — uday1989
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