51 rock water feature Midcentury Exterior Design Photos

H3K Design
Tangerine in the Desert
How was the water feature created?
love the water feature, rock and extra large paver!
Niveas rock for my house yesssss.
Blend of loose rock and big concrete step stones
gravel & stone mix for capturing rain water straight into the soil; water feature
Entry water feature. I looked around after I rang the doorbell and noticed an original water feature just to the side of the front door. The water feature was low and geometric and reminded me of The Rat Pack in the '60s.
“rock/ cactus” — lucienneb
make architecture
River rock + glass + wood
pavers in rock and shade plants
concrete steps set in river rock
River rock around slabs
Stepping stones and river rock.
river rock used as "mulch"
Cement and rock entryway
Rock garden...rocks with concrete
“Entryway” — cathreenperrigault
Laidlaw Schultz architects
more bulky furniture where the legs don't go down between the stones when pea gravel and dirt are water-logged
THE mix of wood pea rocks and concrete
Blythe’s practice of Jin Shin Jyutsu, with the intention that she would use the space for her sessions. A gravel field offers an abstract allusion to water, inspiring contemplation.
“Zen” — jmgrimer
Northern Virginia Contractor
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Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
uranium, which is commonly found in rock and soil across the United States. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in nonsmokers.How does it get into a home? Radon is a gas that comes from the soil and rock beneath a home. It can seep in through
service pipes. It can then become trapped in the home, accumulating in the air, gradually reaching unsafe levels. Some new homes are being built with features that help prevent radon from entering and becoming trapped in the home.
“Ranch containers” — loribeckwith
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Exterior, master bathroom added in zig-zag because of setbacks
Once i saw a concept that had a perforated Metal that dispersed the water so you would not need the gutter downspout.. not sure how that would work either.
inexpensive cement tile with DG or rock between
Square pavers and small rocks in between
Concrete extension with rocks to form patio
Concrete and rocks
“or maybe keep white trimmed windows, this is nice too” — redrolie
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Impluvium House
too much water from mixing between pool and spa.
the water feature in a more centrel location
love this U shape plan with porches and water feature
The water foutain / cocktail pool
Custom water feature with fountain
water fountain...Water feature...water path...water feature
“Amanali” — victorematos
Nest Architectural Design, Inc.
3 Reviews
Belcaro Modern
It is made from a rock that is split into two pieces, one concave and one convex. The landscape architect specified it, so unfortunately I don't know much about it.
Everything inset in the patio area!! Love the feel more than any one particular feature. We need an outdoor eating/entertaining space now that we've omitted the rec room + patio.
“Outside style” — Kerwin van Niekerk
Laidlaw Schultz architects
the overhead trellis and function as a path of floating stepping stones across the sea of gravel. Strategically placed rocks look like miniature islands, reinforcing the concept of water.
gravel and pavers, rocks
Spacers and rocks
“caillebotis1” — Alain Mario
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