176,478 urban garden Home Design Photos

John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Lim-Kimberg
Ideabooks578
Questions3
Core-ten steel (rusted steel) planters and inside doorway - little touches of gritty urbanism.
corten garden box
“blomlåda” — walewska
Interior Marketing Group
Lispenard
Ideabooks79
Questions0
garden seating
Urban living
“For大墩十七街頂樓參考” — bkinvent
ROWLAND BROUGHTON ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN
2 Reviews
Funnel House
Ideabooks406
Questions1
believe Overstock.com had this exact table, but they have several similar tables as-well, and their prices can't be beat! http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/Heritage-Sofa-Table/7918354/product.html?refccid=YZYGVU7GVEHIVCSAR2KOEYCE7U&searchidx=26
BROUGHTON ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN
“Console table” — emz614
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Designer House, 2010
Ideabooks217
Questions0
The urban forest effect is amazing - not appropriate for central circulation, but maybe off to the side. The organic table/water feature is very unique and introduces less formal, structured elements into the design.
wunh? wow. this is a pretty radical urban forest concept
garden art
“Ba mboo” — reneeoc
BcDc (B. Costello Design & Consulting, LLC)
5 Reviews
Detroit Street Carriage House
Ideabooks165
Questions0
rock garden
Urban Rustic
“Door” — heathafeatha
Urban Pioneering Architecture
2 Reviews
Carroll Gardens duplex renovation
Ideabooks54
Questions1
Carroll Gardens duplex renovation
Urban Pioneering Architecture
“bookshelf” — lesliemullins
Urban Design Remodel
2 Reviews
Hawthorne
Ideabooks126
Questions0
The rock wall and fire pit and wood screen balances and compliments the brick, iron, steel, and slate! That being said, this is the PERFECT contained garden solution and gets me excited!! This blank canvas has SO many opportunities!! (I reckon that's the City Boy in me talkin'!!)
Urban Design Remodel
“Screen” — chabotk
American Institute of Architects, San Francisco
2012 San Francisco Living: Home Tours
Ideabooks305
Questions1
terraced garden in the back connects the more private and secluded sleeping and bathing areas on the 2nd floor to the living area on the 3rd level through a pathway of stairs and a new catwalk bridge. Public function space moved to the addition on the roof. To weave the house into the urban fabric the
“Les roues de la table” — lindabouchard27
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