9,785 traditional property Garage and Shed Design Photos

Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks4,513
Questions2
On this beautiful property in Mill Valley, California, Feldman Architecture designed two cabins for
homeowners have found unique ways to add creative getaways to their own properties, in the form of outbuildings like studios and cabins. A few double as
On this beautiful property in Mill Valley, California, Feldman Architecture designed two cabins for
“The roof top garden” — shy909
O'Connor Brehm Design-Build
13 Reviews
Pheasant
Ideabooks2,071
Questions2
plat of survey, which is a map that shows the layout of your lot and its property line. You’ll submit this to your local zoning department to help determine
will dictate the size of your structure and how far it must be from your property line. “The vast majority of counties across the [United States] allow
says typically these structures must be sited about 3 to 5 feet from the property line. (Even if your city doesn’t require a permit, it will still have general
plat of survey, which is a map that shows the layout of your lot and its property line. You’ll submit this to your local zoning department to help determine
“Door” — Dawn Eichman
Amantea Architects
Rosedale 'PARK'
Ideabooks3,192
Questions4
‘PARK’ is a detached garage and fence structure designed for a residential property in an old Toronto community rich in trees and preserved parkland. Located
to park their car that wouldn’t jeopardize the natural character of the property or spoil one’s experience of the place. The idea was to use the new
Thin striations of light wrap around the interior and exterior of the property. The wall of the garage separating the pool area and the parked car is
pool containment and sense of place. It edits out the view of adjacent properties and together with the pool in the immediate foreground frames a view back
“Interesting Narrow Slat with matching Garage Door” — sker66
ZH Design
10 Reviews
Central Pennsylvania Country Home
Ideabooks598
Questions0
8 acres of open lawn and meadow surrounding this traditional home and a woodland border, this property called for a diversity of planting and shaping of
structure was hand crafted on-site from salvaged lumber milled from the properties own trees. With the installation of solar panels, a vegetable patch,
was important to not only screen their view but create definition on the property. A knack for the old, the clients made it easy to incorporate a connection
of the outdoor spaces. The plant palette consisted of more traditional plants and those of the old paired with many native species to the eastern coast
structure was hand crafted on-site from salvaged lumber milled from the properties own trees.
“Look” — georgiabound
Louise Lakier
1 Review
Furwood
Ideabooks943
Questions2
A great way to use the downed trees on our property.
our garden could consist of...log raised beds from fallen trees on the property.
zucchini and tomatoes, in raised planting beds built from logs on the property.
Just right for our property!
“Log wall” — plinks
Amantea Architects
Rosedale 'PARK'
Ideabooks1,691
Questions1
‘PARK’ is a detached garage and fence structure designed for a residential property in an old Toronto community rich in trees and preserved parkland. Located
to park their car that wouldn’t jeopardize the natural character of the property or spoil one’s experience of the place. The idea was to use the new
Thin striations of light wrap around the interior and exterior of the property. The wall of the garage separating the pool area and the parked car is
pool containment and sense of place. It edits out the view of adjacent properties and together with the pool in the immediate foreground frames a view back
“fence” — andreahodson
Amantea Architects
Rosedale 'PARK'
Ideabooks46
Questions0
‘PARK’ is a detached garage and fence structure designed for a residential property in an old Toronto community rich in trees and preserved parkland. Located
to park their car that wouldn’t jeopardize the natural character of the property or spoil one’s experience of the place. The idea was to use the new
Thin striations of light wrap around the interior and exterior of the property. The wall of the garage separating the pool area and the parked car is
pool containment and sense of place. It edits out the view of adjacent properties and together with the pool in the immediate foreground frames a view back
“Garage” — davidkeithhogan
Amantea Architects
Rosedale 'PARK'
Ideabooks279
Questions0
‘PARK’ is a detached garage and fence structure designed for a residential property in an old Toronto community rich in trees and preserved parkland. Located
to park their car that wouldn’t jeopardize the natural character of the property or spoil one’s experience of the place. The idea was to use the new
Thin striations of light wrap around the interior and exterior of the property. The wall of the garage separating the pool area and the parked car is
pool containment and sense of place. It edits out the view of adjacent properties and together with the pool in the immediate foreground frames a view back
“Pool” — pkalrubaian
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