35 zone 9 tree Garage and Shed Design Photos

Menter Architects LLC
Garage renovated for family play
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it possible to tell me which growing zone this house is in?
Is it possible to tell me which growing zone this house is in?
Would you know the golden tree behind please
The space is approximately 21' x 24'. We would have liked to have a little more space maybe 28' x 24' but were limited by zoning code.
this is in sunset zone 8B, thanks
The space is approximately 21' x 24'. We would have liked to have a little more space maybe 28' x 24' but were limited by zoning code.
The biggest challenge for Menter was getting zoning approval. "We couldn't change the garage into a play space without adding car parking elsewhere on the property, so we ultimately ended up with a car
“Outdoor gym garage door” — crotti21
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks4,039
Questions1
rocks and plants under the trees
Pine trees, light, hillside, timber cladding
House coming out of ground/trees
Tall trees are great
natural feel, lots of trees
by Joe FletcherGeneral Contractor: JP Builders, Inc.More:Houzz Tour: Simple Luxury at a Swedish RetreatDirt Optional: Amazing Air Plants for Wall or Tree9 Cooling Rooftop Gardens
Tucked in the trees...Plants around trees
“Woodland side view house” — makiling1980
Studio Shed
9 Reviews
10x12 Americana Photographer's Studio
Ideabooks2,543
Questions1
Check your local zoning ordinances. Every municipality has different restrictions when it comes to sheds and other accessory buildings. Many codes will dictate the size of your structure and how far it must be from your
patio + lemon tree + pebbles
Check your local zoning ordinances. Every municipality has different restrictions when it comes to sheds and other accessory buildings. Many codes 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 up
“Uses a pre made storage shed for the basic shed” — aletajane47
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Flavin Architects
19 Reviews
Glass House in the Garden
Ideabooks3,749
Questions3
I plan on building a modern style retirement home for myself in SW Michigan. That puts us nearly in the same weather zone. Obviously, you felt it acceptable to use this type and style door. Am I being stuck in a traditional entry door time warp thinking that a sliding glass
Feature trimmed trees in large pots
“Glass house 2” — nsrinivasarao
Beth Dana Design
3 Reviews
Coastal Retreat
Ideabooks2,249
Questions1
way the architect use the tree .........facade keep it simple and give the example of harmony with nature......
the driveway also has a new life as a patio. Concrete planters allow Dana’s green thumb more gardening opportunities while separating the grilling zone from the studio space.There's no telling what great work will manifest from this artist/guest studio next. Regardless, it’s a happy environment for
“Garage” — pqow0912
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Storybook
Ideabooks13,677
Questions7
apt above...zoning?
“steps up to low wall” — julieandshon
Studio Shed
9 Reviews
Bay Area Office 10x12: Studio Shed Lifestyle
Ideabooks4,837
Questions3
Can an exterior glass/metal shed be built in Boulder? The lot is an estate zoned lot, ~ 15,000 sq ft. It is near Chautauqua park. Can it be placed at the property line? Is a permanent cement pad required?
“For josh” — joshcromer
Classic American Homes, Inc.
8 Reviews
Grave Run
Ideabooks3,359
Questions3
answer. I believe the garage portion was 9' wide by 12' deep and the patio was 13' wide by 12' deep. Hope this was helpful. Thanks for the question.
We built this on the fly, so I don't have any prints to give you an exact answer. I believe the garage portion was 9' wide by 12' deep and the patio was
“Carport?” — jackiesclan
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