234 asian influence Modern Outdoor Design Photos

Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
covered patio
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pergola. Nice Asian influence.
asian inspired back yard
“black bamboo trees” — rockow
Daryl Toby - AguaFina Gardens International
7 Reviews
Fusion Garden
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Asian influenced garden
“Rain chain” — carladupuis
Dirk Denison Architects
2 Reviews
Carmel Residence
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Japanese ofuro (tub) installed for watching the evening sky. Asian design influences come across in the vertical screens and in elements like the tub.
the master bedroom toward the living room and entrance. In the foreground is a Japanese ofuro (tub) installed for watching the evening sky. Asian design influences come across in the vertical screens and in elements like the tub.
“Outdoor??” — margareta11
Adriana Aristizabal
2 Reviews
casa Refugio
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pebbles, pavers, asian influence
“outside” — florex
solarsmile
patio canopy
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Asian Influence
Asian-look canopy.
“Pretty” — natashapiersky
Studio One-Off Architecture & Design
Timber Framed Screened Porch
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Asian influence
“LA CHAISE LONGUE DANS LE COIN” — chanchou102
Grounded
1 Review
Turkey Saddle
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pathway lines are important to how we view and navigate our gardens. A good garden designer will employ these shapes to influence moods and to dictate how and how quickly we move through a garden. Straight paths are utilitarian, moving people quickly from point A to point B.
90-degree turns. This belief led to the construction of zigzag bridges and paths on temple grounds. Let’s look at how to use this pattern, not only in Asian gardens but in contemporary, woodland and even traditional ones. modern landscape by Grounded GroundedSave to IdeabookEmail Photo This elevated boardwalk
“Wood path” — justinayson
Modern Landscape
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Stone and Sand Asian-style gardens quickly come to mind in a discussion of implied movement. In fact, the Japanese have employed this technique for hundreds of years in
Stone and SandAsian-style gardens quickly come to mind in a discussion of implied movement. In fact, the Japanese have employed this technique for hundreds of years in their Zen gardens. Here finely crushed stone has been raked into patterns simulating water currents flowing, even circling stone formations
“Wood panel exterior” — jazzajones
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