367 steel base Outdoor Design Photos

frederique pyra legon architecte
4 Reviews
Villa C1
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Questions0
terrace railings are made of steel, with stainless steel cables.
The terrace railings are made of steel, with stainless steel cables. Solid glass slabs cover light shafts that naturally illuminate
railings - steel with stainless steel cables
The terrace railings are made of steel, with stainless steel cables. Solid glass slabs cover light shafts that naturally illuminate
“Lanai cable rails” — djschwing
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Greek Revival Recycle Princeton
Ideabooks2,561
Questions4
greatly appreciated! Pergola top is actually constructed from reclaimed 1/4" steel, and the stone type used in both the paving and the retaining wall is argillite
and question! The pergola is actually just reclaimed and re-purposed 1/4" steel. We hope that answers your question!
Pergola top is actually constructed from reclaimed 1/4" steel, and the stone type used in both the paving and the retaining wall is argillite
1/4" steel and light posts, repurposed
“Posts” — lesleytaradale
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
outdoor kitchen
Ideabooks11,488
Questions6
Nice Clean Kitchen. Is that concrete for the base? What about cracking? Thank you!
Thanks. If you can email us some contact info, base plan, site photos, etc to our email address on our website, we can take a
Like the stainless steel, layout & materials
idea of the concrete type look with stainless steel.
Nice! What about the counter base
“Post in countertop” — meganwold
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Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Ridge House
Ideabooks3,123
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overhead stainless steel cables. to attach -sunsail cover -lighting -train a vine to grow over -attach
The structure is made out of steel, instead of wood. Ideal in a bushfire prone zone.
glass and window frames will be affected by your BAL level. For example, steel roofs, such as Colorbond, will offer better protection than roof tiles, as
fortress, or unattractive. In this photograph, the pergola is constructed of steel instead of timber, but it still looks very appealing.
“p” — verosuarez
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Shaded patio
Ideabooks36,686
Questions13
Patio shaded by steel and redwood arbor with water feature.
How did you attach the redwood cross members to the steel I-beams?
Steel framed wood arbor. Grass against exterior "accent" wall.
photo caught the eye of modern-landscape-loving Houzzers. The redwood and steel arbor and subtle greenery warm the all-concrete patio.
It is steel frame with redwood slats.
“The planters” — krups74
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Shaded patio
Ideabooks11,167
Questions13
Patio shaded by steel and redwood arbor with water feature.
Welded rectangular tube steel with redwood inserts.
Patio cover: Welded rectangular tube steel with redwood inserts.
Wood roof, is finished with steel rim/ edge. Nice modern look
STEEL & REDWOOD PART 2...Patio cover steel and hardwood
“Grass screen” — loo2604
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
9 Reviews
Farmhouse, Shelter Island
Ideabooks16,883
Questions9
exterior dining, pergola, stone, fireplace, steel windows, copper roof
Hi. This pergola is steel with stainless steel cables. It was custom designed by SchappacherWhite for this client and fabricated by Gunnar Design. You
the top of the pergola with wire and stainless steel cables.
Stacked natural stone from PA. Steel anchors support each stone.
Custom painted steel, stainless steel cables, and bamboo matting.
Bliss Nor-Am Steel Doors and Windows
“Roof cover idea” — Tari Kinateder
Billy Beson Company
Patio
Ideabooks5,570
Questions6
like the 2 different colours of wood and black steel (not sure what the posts are made out of)
steel and teak combination
“Pergola” — Florencia Lovo
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