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Remick Associates Architects + Master Builders
1 Review
Glass Link
small terrace garden space. Love glass walls.
terracing maybe like this down the backside
shallow terraces each with a different vegetable height, and sleek concrete
further conveyed in the way the walkway follows the topography of the site. The steps actually align with the terraced landscape, a considerate means of tying the two together.
Terraced strips of vegetation on the exterior match the pattern of steps on the interior of this home. With translucent
“plantingsteps” — Helene Linder
ORBIS design
Bourke Terrace
3. Inner-city terrace (1850s to 1890s)Our charming inner-city terraces are not always what they seem. While they’re beautiful facades conceal unexpected interiors, it’s also hard to believe they were once banned in most parts of Australia.In the 19th century, the terrace house (a style imported from
stucco, architects fashionably dressed their terrace houses in, what has been fondly termed “iron petticoats” – cast-iron lacework like that of the Victorian style homes. However, as much as we may admire terraces now, by the 1890s, many of these terrace rows had come to be considered slums and breeding
Australia’s flourishing wealth. Developers built long rows of terraces to accommodate city dwellers and the country’s booming population. From modest to grand, from two rooms to 20 rooms, from single-storey to five-storey, the inner-city terrace catered to all. And whether brick, bluestone, sandstone, or
“Australia homes” — ondbrown
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Elegance Restored
terraced yard - maybe on our north side?
Nice terracing! Could do something like this in my garden.
Terracing Another way to hold back the earth
8. Landscape a terraced hillside. If your property includes a steeply sloping hillside, consider working with a landscape designer to create a terraced garden with stone walls. Terraced gardens are incredibly elegant and protect your site from erosion. The terraces shown here offer a compelling backdrop
“Stacked stone walls” — susancuper
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Bluestone Entry Walkway
Create terraced steps. Terraced steps leave a lighter footprint since they
Terraced approach for cottage to lake
terraced steps to tame a slope. quite formal.
Terraced steps (min 4 ft.) and landing
On a sloped yard, use terraced steps
Create terraced steps. Terraced steps leave a lighter footprint since they can follow the contour of the land. If they’re designed with a minimum width of 4 feet and landings between steps, the garden visitor is invited to stop and enjoy garden vignettes along the way. A staggered zigzag design, as shown
“love the walkway and greenery” — mt48
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Grass Terraces
small boxes with mulch on terraces?
east side of front yard . . . terrace landscape ??
upper terrace areas - drought tolerant idea
maybe all one plant per terrace in the front?
Terraced ground cover with different
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“steps for plants” — Helene Linder
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Stelle Architects
Terraced garden idea - although not necessarily just lawn would
terrace roof without beams
Extra Wide Concrete Terrace
Here the terracing of a backyard lawn is accommodated with tall steps, not stairs. These edges effectively reiterate the projecting awnings on the house.
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“Fachada” — camilarezende
Martha Angus Inc.
4 Reviews
Pacific Heights Family Home
the terrace and the stairs look really nice here. also the lights in the terrace is pretty nice.
Short stacked terrace. Still grass space or shrubs. Safer.
terracing like this to get down to ground level?
room whatsoever.” More ideas for using artificial turf13. Terrace a sloping yard. Angus’ project here highlights another good method of increasing a tight backyard space. If you’ve got a severely sloping yard, consider terracing. Granted, terracing can be incredibly expensive, says Angus, because an extensive
extensive substructure must be created to support the terraces, but, as you can see, it provides more flat surface for activities. Landscaping ideas for a sloped site
“Wall, Fence” — Ben Lowe
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
32 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Overlook
flagstone patio, natural stone steps, natural stone walkway, private sitting area, retaining walls, terrace on hillside, landscaping sloped area, outdoor lighting.
Terraced Yard with a lot of stone work
Way too much rock for me. Lower wall too high and too much terracing.
perhaps use rocks already on property to build a terraced area
“Don not like this, too formal and structured, like the steps though and the grass.” — mmroloff
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