22 dining Modern Garage and Shed Design Photos

place architecture:design
6 Reviews
garage
Ideabooks3,513
Questions3
frost dining room door for privacy?
“This size may be more appropriate.” — Karen Graham Interiors
Flavin Architects
18 Reviews
Glass House in the Garden
Ideabooks3,973
Questions2
Outside deck in the roof of the living/dining glass box. The main fireplace could also be outdoor fireplace. Love the exposed metal beams. Love the glass sliding doors
“grass” — ajdelacruz
Flavin Architects
18 Reviews
Glass House in the Garden
Ideabooks321
Questions1
remove wall between dining room to bedroom ... continue flow of rooms
“Trees” — typhoonjer
Flavin Architects
18 Reviews
Glass House in the Garden
Ideabooks3,303
Questions3
outdoor dining
“4 season” — mee1001
Amantea Architects
Rosedale 'PARK'
Ideabooks35
Questions0
‘protected’ trees to create a setting and a particular sense of place for each of the anticipated activities including lounging by the pool, cooking, dining alfresco and entertaining large groups of friends. Using wood as the primary building material, the solution was to create a light, airy and luminous
“efecto cesped delante del arbol de abajo” — chusco
Amantea Architects
Rosedale 'PARK'
Ideabooks206
Questions0
‘protected’ trees to create a setting and a particular sense of place for each of the anticipated activities including lounging by the pool, cooking, dining alfresco and entertaining large groups of friends. Using wood as the primary building material, the solution was to create a light, airy and luminous
“Front of fence” — cris7227
Amantea Architects
Rosedale 'PARK'
Ideabooks2,010
Questions2
‘protected’ trees to create a setting and a particular sense of place for each of the anticipated activities including lounging by the pool, cooking, dining alfresco and entertaining large groups of friends. Using wood as the primary building material, the solution was to create a light, airy and luminous
“awsome!” — create4life5
Amantea Architects
Rosedale 'PARK'
Ideabooks1,025
Questions1
‘protected’ trees to create a setting and a particular sense of place for each of the anticipated activities including lounging by the pool, cooking, dining alfresco and entertaining large groups of friends. Using wood as the primary building material, the solution was to create a light, airy and luminous
“modern fencing” — upcyclehouse
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