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2Scale Architects
11 Reviews
Columbia Street Residence
Ideabooks5,958
Questions5
public spaces completely open to a 50-foot lap pool and an outdoor kitchen area
The public spaces completely open to a 50-foot lap pool and an outdoor kitchen area. An irregular brick-pattern wall separates the backyard from the front. This motif of organized randomness comes up often in this house. The irregularity stems from Lyke’s artwork and the molecular patterns that inspire
“Pool” — gcornell
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Colman
Ideabooks467
Questions1
blocks to give texture to the walls, which layer themselves and increase in height as one moves closer to the house, like a means of transition from public to private . . ."
blocks to give texture to the walls, which layer themselves and increase in height as one moves closer to the house, like a means of transition from public to private. This example uses stacked bonding,
blocks to give texture to the walls, which layer themselves and increase in height as one moves closer to the house, like a means of transition from public to private. This example uses stacked bonding, unlike the more typical running bond.
blocks to give texture to the walls, which layer themselves and increase in height as one moves closer to the house, like a means of transition from public to private. This example uses stacked bonding, unlike the more typical running bond. Since the stacked bond does not gain structural strength from
“Stacked bond layout of concrete block” — samihoo
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks458
Questions0
How to use it. It's likely you'll see cork oaks planted as street trees or used in other public landscapes — which should serve as proof of their resilience and longevity. In the residential garden, escape the hot summer sun in the shade provided by cork oak's pendulous branches. They're a garden feature
“heavy use of succulents here.” — Susan Ciufo Landscape Design
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Southern Estate
Ideabooks4,591
Questions4
9. Roof and public gardens. As a final embellishment on the already grandiose Chapultepec Castle, Emperor Maximilian had botanist Willhelm Knechtel create various gardens throughout Mexico City, most notably perhaps, the roof garden on the top of the palace. These gardens had wide paths, lush lawns,
“pool” — brooket
Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture
Modern rear yard
Ideabooks4,400
Questions1
the usage of the garden space clearly defined, so it is difficult to understand just what a revolution John Brookes started in Britain with the publication of his first book.Brookes took some of his new ideas from the new architecture and gardens in the United States and Scandinavia, which may have been
“Bamboo” — annaylee
emily jagoda
918
Ideabooks3,283
Questions3
living room through the pool area and out to the ocean. Jagoda likes how this transforms the traditional idea of a private courtyard into much more of a public space, blurring indoors and outdoors even more.
“Covered area” — dawnsass
Lilyvilla Gardens
3 Reviews
Lilyvilla Garden Gate
Ideabooks2,972
Questions5
DoorstepsThe area between private and public spaces in houses where there is no real front garden can be a lost space. It has utilitarian requirements, such as safe access to the front door for deliveries and keeping free of cover for security. But we can claim this space and use it far more constructively
“this is fight on the street. It's such an attractive way for access to front door still having a ga” — susanssorentino
Actual Size Projects
1 Review
Country Crib
Ideabooks6,276
Questions4
The house sees its fair share of weekend and summer guests, so Gotlieb maximized the availability and functionality of public spaces. The most coveted lounging area in the house is the covered porch on the second floor, a lovely spot for watching the rain fall.
“railing, open concept” — juliepersonality
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