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gives a splash of color that is highlighted by the gray palette of the other materials. Only the bright orange of the awnings competes with the rust in terms of color. It should be pointed out here that Cor-Ten tends to stain adjacent materials, especially concrete. I'd be curious if this homeowner has
gives a splash of color that is highlighted by the gray palette of the other materials. Only the bright orange of the awnings competes with the rust in terms of color. It should be pointed out here that Cor-Ten tends to stain adjacent materials, especially concrete. I'd be curious if this homeowner has any
at left; this relates to the way the Eameses used a retaining wall along the whole length of the house, to build it upon a hillside. Here it gives privacy as it faces the neighbors.
“fabric(?) shade panels” — halloweeny
Modern Exterior
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Mix of screen materials for privacy on a corner lot
controls sunlight and privacy
Ehrlich used a dynamic system of sunshades, mounted across the top and down the long street side of the exoskeleton to control temperature, light and privacy.
privacy and modern...LA privacy...Backyard privacy...Privacy fence
“pull down option on the side with the sun pouring in” — fox_family
Frederick + Frederick Architects
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Quonset Hut
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Bricks. A classic alternative to pavers, bricks take a bit more time to install, but the extra effort will go a long way in terms of visual appeal.
Bricks. A classic alternative to pavers, bricks take a bit more time to install, but the extra effort will go a long way in terms of visual appeal
Bricks. A classic alternative to pavers, bricks take a bit more time to install, but the extra effort will go a long way in terms of visual appeal.
“quonset hut!” — debtap123
Daly Genik
Valley Center House
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screens to give each bedroom privacy.
solution can be adapted to the widest variety of projects, because of its applied nature. You can apply it to sunshades, light shelves, security devices, privacy elements, freestanding sculptures and wind blocks. Unlike some of the other devices, these movable elements can be used simultaneously in different
solution can be adapted to the widest variety of projects, because of its applied nature. You can apply it to sunshades, light shelves, security devices, privacy elements, freestanding sculptures and wind blocks. Unlike some of the other devices, these movable elements can be used simultaneously in different
“Passive design” — Marinus Venter
MICHAEL HENNESSEY ARCHITECTURE
Sonoma Barn - Front Shading
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Cheap fencing, shade wall, privacy wall.
Nice idea for privacy.
privacy fench is cool
privacy screen...Outside privacy
“Entrance” — cmdmitchell
Andrew Snow Photography
Exterior
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To maximize privacy and minimize car noise, the architect pushed the house back as far as he could on the narrow lot. This allowed for a small courtyard that acts as a buffer between the traffic and the house. The trees cut down on noise suprisingly well, offering a green oasis in the heart of the city
“Lempeng” — Andruruan
building Lab, inc.
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shoup residence + office compound
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more hospitable and engaging character to the neighborhood. Living here remains a dynamic balance between embracing the community and maintaining privacy. Since this was intended as a live/work compound, the building needed to accommodate an office, a residence, as well as retain its workshop. It
compactly accommodate both family and business. Architecturally, the second container allowed the formation of layered inner courtyard that provides privacy without hermetically sealing us off from our neighbors. The container conversions are a significant part of extensive green building credentials
“Konnex. Dogs” — 124marianne
The Robert Crowe Team | RE/MAX Vancouver
Maurer House | Naramata British Columbia
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privacy fence
privacy screen
“Siding and sliding door” — cathi63
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