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PatioContemporary Patio, San Francisco

In the evening the garden walls are dramatically lit and the low planting wall transitions into a stone plinth for a soothing stone fountain.

Photo Credit: J. Michael Tucker

Example of a trendy courtyard stone patio design in San Francisco with no cover —  Houzz
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This photo has 13 questions
steffsmith wrote:Feb 22, 2013
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    ODS Architecture
    It is a standard glass product, supplied by any glass company, sourced by the general contractor and do not know the exact manufacturer but assume it is Corning or U.S.G. or equal.
  • mothert
    Thank you for all your answers to questions! So many do not respond at all.
Ron wrote:Jan 14, 2015
  • Amy Cantu

    Is this redwood and what type of stain did you use?

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    ODS Architecture

    It is Ipe with a clear stain.

sweetpea1010 wrote:Jul 18, 2013
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    ODS Architecture
    Both sides are 2x4" boards with a 1" gap.
  • stepher79
    Thank you!
s1mpl3 wrote:Sep 8, 2013
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    ODS Architecture
    It has been recommended that we re-coat every few years with Missmers UV Plus after lightly sanding with 120-grit sandpaper. We have done this after the Ipe has grayed and the Missmer's snaps the wood back to it's original dark brown color.
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    I love it.Wonderful
katarzyna100 wrote:Aug 15, 2014
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    California Fence Company
    You have mentioned in the post that in the evenings the garden walls are dramatically lit, could you please explain about it and how the fencing gets lighted in the evening. How does it happen and what material has been used for the fences. Thanks in advance for any replies. http://californiafenceco.com/
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    ODS Architecture
    We employed uplights as shown in the photo above, which are Lumiere Cambria 200's; the fence material is Ipe.
rparocua wrote:May 23, 2014
  • omanopa
    I think those plants may be New Zealand Flax
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    Julie Orr Design
    It looks like Phormium 'Black Adder'
dlowen7861 wrote:May 21, 2013
  • ivystarla
    Beautiful design! How thick are the horizontal panels?
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    ODS Architecture
    If you mean the horizontal slats they are custom milled Ipe 2 x 7."
freddy22 wrote:Mar 11, 2014
Amanda wrote:Sep 18, 2016
the_glenn wrote:Sep 12, 2014
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    ODS Architecture
    Sandblasted tempered glass, 3/8" thick.
US Lumber Brokers wrote:Apr 30, 2013

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to Great Home Project: Commission a New Fence or GateJan 26, 2017

New fencing is a good project for you if your current fence or gate is in poor condition, or if your property doesn’t have a fence, but you would like to add one to define your property line, add privacy or enhance the curb appeal of your home.

Donald Pell - Gardens added this to The Unparalleled Power of TreesOct 10, 2013

These beautiful trunks were important enough to the owners that a deck was built around them for their preservation. Their less-than-perfect forms act as sculptures in the garden.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Marc added this to Front Patio/EntryJun 9, 2019

good height. transparent. sloped

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