763 disappearing fountain Living Design Photos

John Maniscalco Architecture
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Larkin Street Residence
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This is a disappearing sliding door. When open, the door is stored in a cavity in the wall. You can see the track that the door slides on at the base of the doorway. We install these types of doors in the homes that we build on Lake Travis in the Texas Hill Country.
disappearing window wall, large deck/outdoor space that feels like it doubles the size of the indoor space
Disappearing sliding door - Sterling Custom Homes built on Lake Travis in Texas Hill Country
The view from inside perfectly frames the bridge in the distance. The disappearing wall enables the whole view to come inside, while giving easy access to the outdoor space that allows a larger vista.
distance. The disappearing wall enables the whole view to come inside, while giving easy access to the outdoor space that allows a larger vista.
“Wow the show window:)!!!” — glennump2
Normal Projects
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Unfolding Apartment
Ideabooks1,407
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Disappearing Acts Some of the most creative projects on Houzz are those that make a small space appear bigger with furniture that’s tucked away when not in use. These disappearing acts focus mainly on beds, so that a space can serve as a bedroom at night and as a living room, office or other space
Spaces Disappearing Acts Some of the most creative projects on Houzz are those that make a small space appear bigger with furniture that’s tucked away when not in use. These disappearing acts focus mainly on beds, so that a space can serve as a bedroom at night and as a living room, office or other
Disappearing ActsSome of the most creative projects on Houzz are those that make a small space appear bigger with furniture that’s tucked away when not in use. These disappearing acts focus mainly on beds, so that a space can serve as a bedroom at night and as a living room, office or other space
“Murphy Bed” — miamimartinez
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
Ideabooks16,577
Questions8
doors disappear to connect the living room to the terrain beyond creating an open corner.
up and disappear into an adjacent wall. It's a truly wondrous way to have the largest opening possible. Cost. Expect to pay a few thousands to several thousand dollars depending on size, materials, configuration, etc. While this type of door is more costly than a standard two-panel sliding glass door
slide door disappears, but more expensive. Plus the weight with 3 panels would be too heavy.
up and disappear into an adjacent wall. It's a truly wondrous way to have the largest opening possible. Cost. Expect to pay a few thousands to several thousand dollars depending on size, materials, configuration, etc. While this type of door is more costly than a standard two-panel sliding glass door
“open space” — vadimperelman
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Culligan Abraham Architecture
5 Reviews
Madison St
Ideabooks826
Questions3
screen that disappears. Built-in screens all but disappear when pulled open and work well with contemporary and minimalist aesthetics.
screen that disappears. Built-in screens all but disappear when pulled open and work well with contemporary and minimalist aesthetics.
“love the colors” — smurray218
The Interior Place (S) Pte Ltd
525a Upper Changi Road
Ideabooks3,221
Questions4
wall fountain
Indoor fountain and planting area
the fountain is really cool
fountain inside the house
water fountain...Indoor fountain...livingroom fountain...I like fountain
“Fuente” — mine
Slifer Designs
Hawaii Residence
Ideabooks1,221
Questions3
wall with disappearing pockets doors
disappearing door...doors disappear
“furniture” — cmlutzo
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Modern Perch
Ideabooks7,203
Questions3
doors disappear opening dining space to the ocean one one side and the entry path on the other.
telescoping/disappearing door
doors disappear, opening this dining space to the ocean on one side and the entry path on the other. A pair of tall urns reinforce the symmetry and axial focus of the single point perspective.
“Yes please.” — Junior Designer - Trish Becher Interior Design
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Family room
Ideabooks2,087
Questions3
pool fountain
Outdoor wall brickwork with fountain
Fountain Wall -...fountain wall...Wall with fountains
“Pool in window” — raiderrags
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