4 sculptures Modern Garage and Shed Design Photos

Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Hastings Lane
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In 1960, Boston architect Jack Sarness thoughtfully designed this custom contemporary home around a sculptural outcrop of exposed native rock. The ledge is celebrated indoors and out as dramatic floor to ceiling windows capture and frame picturesque images of the stone. A multi-phased master plan was
“lower level garage?” — tomichan
Ian Moore Architects
Fink House
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car can slide underneath, why not turn the car into sculpture? This makes sense given just how much we spend in these machines and how central they are to our lives. And for the most part (the Pontiac Aztec notwithstanding), they're beautiful, sculptural forms that evoke speed and fluidity, a nice counterpoint
can slide underneath, why not turn the car into sculpture? This makes sense given just how much we spend in these machines and how central they are to our lives. And for the most part (the Pontiac Aztec notwithstanding), they're beautiful, sculptural forms that evoke speed and fluidity, a nice counterpoint
Puisque la maison a été surélevée et la voiture glissée en dessous, pourquoi ne pas faire de cette voiture une sculpture ? Si on pense aux sommes et au temps que nous consacrons à ces machines, ça n’a rien de bizarre. Pour la plupart (n’en déplaise à la Pontiac Aztec)
“runner vines on garage wall entry side” — hendra27
Sarah Nettleton Architects
6 Reviews
Yard View
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Landscape Design: Sarah Nettleton Architects
“Roof” — erinemily
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Cluck Design Collaborative
2 Reviews
Red Barn House
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Globetrotter, visible from the rear porches, served as the owner’s lodging during construction. This polished beauty is now both guest quarters and sculptural mirror reflecting the yard’s stunning Birds of Paradise garden.
“North exposure in the new garage” — Gord Galvin
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