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11,029 OAK TREES Modern Home Design Photos
Modern White Stone Pool
WALL WITH TREES AND SMALL POOL
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
Every tree was saved during construction and every point in the house has a view of the exterior. The design intent of the home was to feel like a tree house inside. The home has an extensive use of stone running from the outside into the home. The home has 5 individual courtyards to capture the sun
M+A Architecture Studio
Modest Modern Spring Branch House
existing tree canopy and is picked up off the ground to allow for tree roots, water run off, and to otherwise minimize site coverage. The interior is designed as one large space oriented north with lots of windows and daylight. The living space and kitchen open onto a screened in porch making it easy
Natural Rust Finish Steel Planters
Tree box...Raised trees
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
end; the trees.
roof deck at tree height, great for roof top area if flat ?
Min | Day Architects
Min | Day
SARATOGA HOUSE SWIMMING POOLSaratoga, California, 2005See also Saratoga HouseTo "complete" the north end of the ridge-top property we designed a vanishing-edge pool that dramatizes the plinth-like ridge with a gesture to the San Francisco Bay to the north. Subtle topographic manipulation and leveling afforded by the spoils from pool excavation help mitigate the inaccessible nat...More
David Thorne Landscape Architect
Mid-Century Modern Home Living
flowering trees and seasonal color interest introduces the garden and continues throughout the property. Recently included in the locally renowned Children’s Support League’s “Heart of the Home” tour, we emphasized the indoor/outdoor flow from the extensively renovated kitchen and great room of the house
Olive tree specimens frame the sundeck and welcome the harvesting of figs, citrus and rosemary from the edible garden to add to the outdoor kitchen’s grilling feast. Achieving a primary design goal for the property’s new owners, we featured a substantial “infinity” lawn for play and enjoyment, easily