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Lucey Tea House
Lucey Tea House
Andrew A. Willett, Architect, PA
A jewel in the night. The ultimate yard art. Photos by Jay Weiland
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Bahama Cove
Bahama Cove
benzonidesign
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Cook Cove
Cook Cove
Builtwright Construction Company
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St. Louis Heights
St. Louis Heights
Barker Kappelle Construction, LLC
Bradbury Photography
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Santoro
Santoro
Paradise Construction
This Chinese-inspired shed was built to create a nice dry space for the homeowners to get closer to nature when it's raining. It can be used as a reading space, a place for meditation, or just simply relaxing and enjoying nature. The swooping eaves are painted red, and the header and trim is painted black.
Michigan Beach Cottage
Michigan Beach Cottage
LockeyUSA
Entry to rustic storage shed secured by Lockey E-Digital E-985R Electronic Lever Lock. Brightly-lit keypad makes for easy use for poorly lit areas. The electronic keypad lock allows for up to six unique User Codes, single-use disposable User Code and is remote compatible. Photo Credit: LockeyUSA
La Casita
La Casita
HR Construction Inc.
LaCasita or "The Little House" was conceived an built as an addition to a landscape for the purposes of entertaining and enjoying the space.
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Petunia, a Japanese Tea House
Petunia, a Japanese Tea House
Hoffman Grayson Architects LLP
You enter the Tea House, named Petunia, through a pair of custom mahogany French Doors. Glen Grayson, Architect
Example of a detached studio / workshop shed design in New York
Japanese Tea House
Japanese Tea House
Ki Arts
This is a different view of the tea house. The low bamboo fence helps to define the relation of the tea house to the garden. The ridge roof architectural style (kirizuma) is very evident in this photo. The roof has layered cedar shingles and is topped at the ridge with Japanese ceramic tiles.
Asian Exterior
Asian Exterior
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Garden Sheds and Structures
Garden Sheds and Structures
Teracottage-Limited Edition Artisan Sheds & Such
This Garden Tool Stash is a great place to hold those important "go to tools" that you call on the most when you are in the garden. This exterior of this model is done in Shou-Sugi-Ban. An old Japanese technique to preserving wood by burning the surface. After burning, the charred surface is brushed and rinsed. The final step in the process is then to apply a coat of a wood protecting oil. This process produces a textured surface with a silk-like sheen and smoothness. www.teracottage.com
Teahouse
Teahouse
Southfen Residential Construction
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Tour of Remodeled Homes
Tour of Remodeled Homes
Walls too Windows, Interior Design
Greg Kwanza
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Wayzata Residence
Wayzata Residence
MSI Custom Homes, LLC
The Prairie Style influence of this contemporary home is evident in the dual-pitched eaves, deep overhangs, and attention to wood details. Greer Photo - Jill Greer
Bonsai Pavilion
Bonsai Pavilion
Samsel Architects
Our client has a large collection of bonsai trees and wanted an exhibition space for the extensive collection and a workshop to tend to the growing plants. Together we came up with a plan for a beautiful garden with plenty of space and a water feature. The design also included a Japanese-influenced pavilion in the middle of the garden. The pavilion is comprised of three separate rooms. The first room is features a tokonoma, a small recessed space to display art. The second, and largest room, provides an open area for display. The room can be accessed by large glass folding doors and has plenty of natural light filtering through the skylights above. The third room is a workspace with tool storage. Photography by Todd Crawford

Asian Shed Ideas

Canyon View
Canyon View
ShubinDonaldson
The client, a restaurateur and former professional baseball player for the Japanese leagues whose love for Japanese culture and cuisine manifested itself into his San Francisco Japanese restaurant and his Asian-influenced home. The client desired a house that would maximize the amount of livable space while maintaining a usable backyard and pool, all with hints of an Eastern aesthetic. The client did not want the home to loom as a monolith above the surrounding neighborhood. To establish an unobtrusive streetscape presence, Shubin + Donaldson took advantage of the downward sloping nature of the land. From the street, the residence appears to be a two-story structure, but the rear view reveals a spacious three-story, terraced home with full-length glass windows and doors that look onto the pool. To impart a Japanese elegance, fine craftsmanship, reminiscent of seamless, fitted Japanese woodworking and various combinations of Asian-origin hardwoods are used throughout this ground-up construction. Rows of stained-teak planks with steel create railings, shades, gates, and fences on the exterior and interior of the house. Planks are meticulously joined at corners, appearing nearly seamless. Asian hardwoods also compose the stairs, ceilings, and floors of various interior locales. At the staircase, a shoji screen back window curves into a skylight, blurring the lines between wall and ceiling. Location Brentwood, California Principal Architects Robin Donaldson AIA Russell Shubin AIA Project Architect Mark Hershman Project Team Vance Ruppert Michael Hanson Photographer Zack Benson, Josh Perrin
Lucey Tea House
Lucey Tea House
Andrew A. Willett, Architect, PA
Note the barn door track set for the shoji type doors. Photos by Jay Weiland
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Regis
Regis
EVOKE
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