1,103 tree Modern Exterior Design Photos

Modern Exterior
Ideabooks1,242
Questions2
Hi, what are the name of those trees against the sidings and also the one with the red tip?
Like the lighting effect and tree
uplighting beneath trees and bushes to create cool shadows at night. Installing the lights at night, or simply experimenting with a flashlight before installing, allows you to see exactly how the shadows will play at night.
Up lighting beneath trees and bushes
light by tree to create shadow
beneath trees and bushes to create cool shadows at night. Installing the lights at night, or simply experimenting with a flashlight before installing, allows you to see exactly how the shadows will play at night.
Try placing uplighting beneath trees and bushes to create cool shadows at night. Installing the lights at night, or simply experimenting with a flashlight before installing, allows you to see exactly how the shadows will play at night.
“solar light in ground” — phamdebakes
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
Street View
Ideabooks3,737
Questions1
bench under tree
Tree bench and pavers
retainer around tree
Bench around tree, brown house
bench surrounding tree
tree bench...Bench around tree...Seat under tree...Bench under tree!...Tree seating
“Want to have a home like this.” — santee
John Prindle
rear view
Ideabooks854
Questions1
Sturdy tree for backyard to put small tree house with zip line connected to another sturdy tree.
tree house, zip line - fun stuff
Lots of trees and it is big
Rich, a former contractor, built the treehouselike patio deck around an existing tree. It can be reached by the backyard zip line — a favorite activity of the couple's daughters and their friends.
“Sturdy tree for backyard to put small tree house with zip line connected to another sturdy tree.” — zucco15
Robert Young Architects
Ideabooks871
Questions0
woods, trees are always welcome. A few well- placed trees give a home a sense of place, a connection to the environment and welcome shade and wind protection. If you are building your own home, make sure you check out the existing trees before you dig, and tell your architect to protect the trees!
woods, trees are always welcome. A few well- placed trees give a home a sense of place, a connection to the environment and welcome shade and wind protection. If you are building your own home, make sure you check out the existing trees before you dig, and tell your architect to protect the trees!More:
More: See How Designers Build Around Trees
“modern” — lovestyle97
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Indian Springs Ranch Residence
Ideabooks1,164
Questions1
small tree. Use numbers on half wall around tree?
I don't like the landscaping but I do like birch trees.
like the layout of the house/location of the entry/vaulted entryway with both windows and overhang that is recessed back for a bit of privacy. like the foliage/trees/no grass.
Silver birch trees at entrance
Trees, low wall house numbers
Entrance and trees...Three birch trees
“Like the modern clean feel” — kali_17
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks258
Questions2
Love the tall trees, what is the name of the trees?
Would like to plant tall trees around the parameter of my yard.
shade trees keep hot sun out from openness of windows
It looks like a church surrounded by trees. But the closer you get, then you see the real beauty.
trees and clouds are my get away
high trees, low house
Pin oak tree...tall tree
“trees” — jeremiahnielson
David Vandervort Architects
4 Reviews
Flowing Lake Residence
Ideabooks420
Questions0
architecture mimics the structure of the surrounding trees and the reflection of pines in the windows offer a camouflage of sorts. It seems as though the base of the house is on the same level with the foliage on the trunks of the surrounding trees. All lines on the house are vertical, helping it to blend
blend away with the vertical form of the pine trees.
“Steel brackets” — jwhayward0
Swatt | Miers Architects
5 Reviews
Tea Houses
Ideabooks2,656
Questions1
Beautiful proportions, positioning, clarity, radiance, use of space and light. Due to the dropoff and large tree it seems to have a treehouse effect without leaving the ground. Brilliant. Can you talk about sourcing the glass used?
Sweet "floating" connector...why not? Wouldn't hurt the trees in between the houses
“I love how this home is placed within nature” — Intriguing Imagery by Sonja Robar
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