11 fifty sixty kitchen Outdoor Design Photos

Kara Mosher
My Houzz: Modern Urban Oasis in Austin
Ideabooks454
Questions2
Covered outdoor space that flows from living areas. Don't need the outdoor kitchen.
Fifty grass for roof deck
maybe for kitchen area
outdoor kitchen...kitchen patio...Outdoor Kitchen
“ceiling and trim” — rainmaking
roth sheppard architects
Hughes/Brody Residence
Ideabooks9,370
Questions6
Fifty years ago, a sculptor, Jean Neufeld, moved into a new home at 40 South Bellaire Street in Hilltop. The home, designed by a noted passive solar Denver architect, was both her house and her studio. Today the home is a piece of sculpture – a testament to the original architect’s artistry; and amid
existing house was designed to focus on a south facing courtyard. When recently purchased by the new owners, it still had its original red metal kitchen cabinets, birch cabinetry, shoji screen walls, and an earth toned palette of materials and colors. Much of the original owners’ furniture was sold
“outdoor fireplace” — debradoliner
CCS ARCHITECTURE
5 Reviews
Palo Alto Residence
Ideabooks116
Questions0
A sixty-five feet long L-shaped interior façade of large wood-framed sliding glass doors maximizes the indoor-outdoor connection to the yard from the kitchen, office, and family room. The site interior is more domesticated to allow for playing and outside living. Close to the house is stone paving
“Fachadas modernas” — carlossm
ROWLAND BROUGHTON ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN
2 Reviews
1305 Ranch
Ideabooks21,893
Questions15
Aspen neighborhood takes the opportunity to reuse sixty percent of the original roof and walls. Raising the roofline and adding clerestory windows and skylights flood the living spaces and master suite with natural light. Removing walls in the kitchen, living room and dining room create a generous and
“Doors and patio setup” — straube9091
roth sheppard architects
Hughes/Brody Residence
Ideabooks250
Questions0
Fifty years ago, a sculptor, Jean Neufeld, moved into a new home at 40 South Bellaire Street in Hilltop. The home, designed by a noted passive solar Denver architect, was both her house and her studio. Today the home is a piece of sculpture – a testament to the original architect’s artistry; and amid
existing house was designed to focus on a south facing courtyard. When recently purchased by the new owners, it still had its original red metal kitchen cabinets, birch cabinetry, shoji screen walls, and an earth toned palette of materials and colors. Much of the original owners’ furniture was sold
“Tiles” — fgour
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Mauna Lani Bay
Ideabooks1,640
Questions3
use fifties look to go with tropical, calif. madmen look.
color scheme is pretty kitchen colors
“nice” — sharon_donnelly2001
Re:Design
Mid-Century Modern Piedmont Residence
Ideabooks1,018
Questions1
glass doors - sliding - kind of fifties - should use instead of french???
Kitchen exterior ceiling
“layout” — cahome
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
treehouse
Ideabooks28
Questions0
renovation which would improve the general building fabric and systems, and extend the sense of living out of doors in all seasons. The original sixties-modern character is preserved and the renovation extends the design forward into a contemporary, modern approach. Connections to and through the site
enhanced through the creation of new larger window and door openings. Screened porches and decks perch above the sloped and wooded site. The new kitchen and bathrooms allow for opportunities to feel out-of -doors while preparing, cooking, dining, and bathing. Smart passive strategies guide the env
“cedar/colorbond” — Mez Hoy
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