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jamesthomas, LLC
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jamesthomas, LLC
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The terrace seating area has a firepit, and with no neighbors nearby, the views are open to the north, east, and south. The birch tree branches are a reference back to the wallpaper in the adjoining terrace room (not shown). They "add some fun," Riker says. "You're surrounded by lots of concrete and
The terrace seating area has an outdoor heater, and with no neighbours nearby, the views are open to the north, east, and south. The birch tree branches are a reference back to the wallpaper in the adjoining terrace area (not shown). They ‘add some fun,’ Riker
“boxy arbor” — kellygg
Eggleston Farkas Architects
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Meadow Creek House
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The terrace is about 9' deep by 17.5' wide. There's a PDF brochure of the project that shows the floor plan available on our website. The terrace in the photo is on the upper right of the floor plan on page 6. The roof overhang depth matches the terrace. The depth of the roof
Upper covered terrace
Nice balcony/terrace - 9' deep
bedroom with terrace
Terrace and views
“Doors/glass in front of bed” — robinha
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
rear deck and outdoor play space
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rear deck and outdoor play space
I love the design appeal of the meal rear deck/porch. Im looking to redo our porch (2 flat Graystone) w/ 2nd floor enclosed w/ floating deck. And the first floor with a open deck. Looking at
Rear deck door. Windows. Stair case
to roof top terrace
“fence and sails” — nbhearn
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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Maxwell & Company Architects
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Fulham road
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Rear of house
Awsome terrace house
Rear house view...rear elevation
“hidden gem” — Adrianna Brazil
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
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steel terracing
cool terrace idea
“landscaping” — Jake Carter
Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
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1 Wren Residence
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covered deck on the left with stairs going up to roof terrace, bedrooms below.
Covered roof terrace
open living area is upstairs. Note the open deck and stair on the left side of the second floor; this is one link between the inside and the roof terraces above.
Inner terrace...Open terrace
“Facade” — Paul Milkin
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Greenhouse Living
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The terraced succulent garden is lined with corten steel and enclosed by gabion cage walls. Top Kat Photo
Terraces navigate the grade changes between the main house and the greenhouse, while gabion walls create a boundary around the outdoor patio room. Fierabend
The interplay between greenhouse, terrace, gabion walls, and surrounding lawns is outstanding.
Terraces navigate the grade changes between the main house and the greenhouse, while gabion walls create a boundary around the outdoor patio room. Fierabend crafted these from minnow cages filled with rocks. Reclaimed Cor-Ten steel surrounds succulent gardens, and a custom firepit creates a toasty center
“greenhouse” — Sherri Johnson
BWArchitects (formerly Basil Walter Architects)
Brooklyn Artist Loft
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Bello of BWArchitects he transformed it into a light-filled live-work space. Also important was a connection to a garden, which they created at the rear of the building by cutting the building’s garage open.
The garden sits on the north side of the building. From here we are looking through the large living space toward the studio beyond the stair. At the rear of the warehouse was a one-story garage that was partially demolished in the renovation. One of Bello’s tricks that helps to maintain privacy was keeping
spaces she describes as “simple, clean and warm” — exactly what Muniz wanted. Also important was a connection to a garden, which they created at the rear of the building by cutting the building’s garage open.
“Outside” — redheadgonewild33
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