18,992 spanish courtyard home Home Design Photos

Chris Briffa Architects
Home in Garden
The kitchen top is at the same level as the entry courtyard. The backsplash is a frameless glass that blurs the kitchen top from the courtyard paving. Photograph by Michal Skorupski, Chris Briffa
Home in Garden
“Küche” — janphilip
Paula Ables Interiors
8 Reviews
Moody Residence
like the courtyard idea and different elevations
standout home
“Like winding stair way to observation tower room” — Carol La Barre
Eisner Design LLC
8 Reviews
Brooklyn Heights, NY
3 storeys to courtyard
“Large windows” — Praneta Mehta
reconstruction of a stone house in Trahila - Mani
constructed at a distance of the main building, creating thus a courtyard between both the two buildings and the main entrance of the property. A perforated metal door used as an entrance allows undisturbed views to the sea, all through the courtyard. The guesthouse flat-roof is used as a terrace and is connected
Love the idea of a stone or adobe home.
“walls” — lodewicka
David Coleman / Architecture
13 Reviews
Tower House
modern homes
“Stackable ikea chair” — lindseyangst1
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
Nestled into the quiet middle of a block in the historic center of the beautiful colonial town of San Miguel de Allende, this 4,500 square foot courtyard home is accessed through lush gardens with trickling fountains and a luminous lap-pool. The living, dining, kitchen, library and master suite on the
Nevermind the rounded architecture....see how the courtyard is part of the space? This is optimal wish design we like
“very modern” — lillacedup
WA design
8 Reviews
Berkeley Courtyard House
In this view of the staircase across the courtyard, we can see the walkway that leads back to the living pavilion, an undulating pattern in the floor. This photo is a bit misleading, since it's black and white, but the stair is similar to the entrance stair in the way it's detailed: wood treads, open
“unique design” — Skyhook Stairs and Rails
Westfall Design Studio
4 Reviews
Contemporary Bluff Residence
Visitors to the home travel to the front door through a staggered walk of overlapping rectangular concrete walks. The low stone wall begins on the inside of the house and shoots out into the lansdcape creating the connection between the architecture and the landscape.
“Olive Trees” — kskoegler
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