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Campi Sportivi Esterni in ombra - Foto e idee

Fortitude Valley - Internal Apartment CourtyardFortitude Valley - Internal Apartment Courtyard
The Small GardenThe Small Garden
www.thesmallgarden.com.au
Foto di un campo sportivo esterno tropicale in ombra in cortile in estate con pedane
modern Landscapemodern Landscape
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & DesignExterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
A local Houston art collector hired us to create a low maintenance, sophisticated, contemporary landscape design. She wanted her property to compliment her eclectic taste in architecture, outdoor sculpture, and modern art. Her house was built with a minimalist approach to decoration, emphasizing right angles and windows instead of architectural keynotes. The west wing of the house was only one story, while the east wing was two-story. The windows in both wings were larger than usual, so that visitors could see her art collection from the home’s exterior. Near one of the large rear windows, there was an abstract metal sculpture designed in the form of a spiral. When she initially contacted us, the surrounding property had only a few trees and indigenous grass as vegetation. This was actually a good beginning point with us, because it allowed us to develop a contemporary landscape design that featured a very linear, crisp look supportive of the home and its contents. We began by planting a garden around the large contemporary sculpture near the window. Landscape designers planted horsetail reed under windows, along the sides of the home, and around the corners. This vegetation is very resilient and hardy, and requires little trimming, weeding, or mulching. This helped unite the diverse elements of sculpture, contemporary architecture, and landscape design into a more fluid harmony that preserved the proportions of each unique element, but eliminated any tendency for the elements to clash with one another. We then added two stonework designs to the landscape surrounding the contemporary art collection and home. The first was a linear walkway we build from concrete pads purchased through a retail vendor as a cost-saving benefit to our client. We created this walkway to follow the perimeter of the home so that visitors could walk around the entire property and admire the outdoor sculptures and the collections of modern art visible through the windows. This was especially enjoyable at night, when the entire home was brightly lit from within. To add a touch of tranquility and quite repose to the stark right angles of the home and surrounding contemporary landscape, we designed a special seating area toward the northwest corner of the property. We wanted to create a sense of contemplation in this area, so we departed from the linear and angular designs of the surrounding landscape and established a theme of circular geometry. We laid down gravel as ground cover, then placed large, circular pads arranged like giant stepping stones that led up to a stone patio filled with chairs. The shape of the granite pads and the contours of the graveled area further complimented the spirals and turns in the outdoor metal sculpture, and balanced the entire contemporary landscape design with proportional geometric forms of lines, angles, and curves. This particular contemporary landscape design also has a sense of movement attached to it. All stonework leads to a destination of some sort. The linear pathway provides a guided tour around the home, garden, and modern art collection. The granite pathway stones create movement toward separate space where the entire experience of art, vegetation, and architecture can be viewed and experienced as a unity. Contemporary landscaping designs like create form out of feeling by using basic geometric forms and variations of forms. Sometimes very stark forms are used to create a sense of absolutism or contrast. At other times, forms are blended, or even distorted to suggest a sense of complex emotion, or a sense of multi-dimensional reality. The exact nature of the design is always highly subjective, and developed on a case-by-case basis with the client.
Fireplace Pavillion with Wood GateFireplace Pavillion with Wood Gate
DabneyCollinsDabneyCollins
This project is located off of Crescent Ave in Greenville, SC. From inception, this project was a complete renovation with a ‘no-limit’ approach to the design. The clients wanted to create family-friendly gardens to enjoy with their grand-children and also larger spaces for hosting charitable events. A new driveway leads into the property where various materials are married in interesting ways to create new terraces and pavilions, gates and arbors, fountains and fireplaces. Of course, the gardens wouldn’t be complete without the wide variety of elegant plantings and accessories. This truly is a garden full of wonderful detail.
Tree HouseTree House
Backyard Fun FactoryBackyard Fun Factory
Idee per un grande campo sportivo esterno american style in ombra dietro casa in estate con uno spazio giochi
Romantic garden with verandaRomantic garden with veranda
Studio TOOPStudio TOOP
design: Studio TOOP and TOOP tuinhuisjes, 2013 location: Wilp, NL status: spring 2014, TOOP tuinhuisjes, Weldam Groenprojecten, Van Bert (Bert Jan Siebesma) en OSH Hoveniers photo: Joanne Schweitzer, July 2014 An irregular lot, the challenge was to come up with a way to connect all its corners and sections. The pergola in the same style as the new veranda (pilot project for www.tooptuinhuisjes.nl) helps link the back section with the rest, as do the repeating benches. The planting is used to fill the space inbetween that winds organically around the structures. The paving is mostly crushed shells with alternating sizes of Schellevis pavers in the patio areas. The sunken trampoline and the room for sleep overs in the veranda make the garden extra popular with the kids in the neighborhood.
Country home entrance and patioCountry home entrance and patio
Perennial LandscapingPerennial Landscaping
New paver patio and retaining wall with a firepit and plantings. Old backyard had only a small cramped wooden deck with no plantings.
Foto di un campo sportivo esterno minimalista in ombra di medie dimensioni e dietro casa con pavimentazioni in cemento
layabout lilli pillilayabout lilli pilli
Impressions Landscape - DesignImpressions Landscape - Design
The planting design selected to be applied was to remain modern but be suggestive of lushness. A subtle tropical design theming was incorporated into this courtyard design due to the microclimate that was apparent to the sheltered site. Although the garden spaces are limited, interest was obtained through a differential of planting forms and by balancing repetition and randomness.
Custom Putting SurfaceCustom Putting Surface
California Turf and LandscapingCalifornia Turf and Landscaping
Idee per un campo sportivo esterno classico in ombra di medie dimensioni e dietro casa
Small Townhouse Modern Outdoor Entertainment SpaceSmall Townhouse Modern Outdoor Entertainment Space
A Small Green SpaceA Small Green Space
Megan Maloy
Foto di un piccolo campo sportivo esterno minimal in ombra dietro casa in primavera con pacciame
Thigpen ResidenceThigpen Residence
Chris Corbett DesignChris Corbett Design
Neil Michael - Axiom Photography
Esempio di un piccolo campo sportivo esterno moderno in ombra in cortile con pedane
Backyard Basketball Courts in NeedhamBackyard Basketball Courts in Needham
Sport Court of MassachusettsSport Court of Massachusetts
Needham Custom Backyard Basketball Court
Esempio di un piccolo campo sportivo esterno tradizionale in ombra dietro casa con uno spazio giochi e pavimentazioni in cemento
Pagoda HousePagoda House
Rogers Design BuildRogers Design Build
Esempio di un campo sportivo esterno contemporaneo in ombra di medie dimensioni e dietro casa in primavera con pedane
LandscapingLandscaping
Good Earth Water GardensGood Earth Water Gardens
This stack stone wall and dry creek bed creates visual interest and functionality for a down spout drain in this large mulch bed.
Immagine di un piccolo campo sportivo esterno stile rurale in ombra nel cortile laterale in estate con pacciame e un ingresso o sentiero
Fire and Water Feature in Vancouver, WashingtonFire and Water Feature in Vancouver, Washington
Drake's 7 Dees Landscaping & Garden CenterDrake's 7 Dees Landscaping & Garden Center
This cedar pergola will some day be host to some climbing roses, or at least that was the plan. Sometimes our clients want to put the finishing touches to their projects... and we're okay with that! Photography by: Joe Hollowell
Terraced Garden in Old Town Alexandria VATerraced Garden in Old Town Alexandria VA
Landscape Projects, Inc.Landscape Projects, Inc.
At the top of the steeply terraced lot, amelanchiers frame an Ipe pergola over an outdoor seating area. ©Melissa Clark Photography. All rights reserved.
Modern Landscape HeightsModern Landscape Heights
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & DesignExterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
Our Houston landscaping team was recently honored to collaborate with renowned architectural firm Murphy Mears. Murphy Mears builds superb custom homes throughout the country. A recent project for a Houston resident by the name of Borow involved a custom home that featured an efficient, elegant, and eclectic modern architectural design. Ms. Borow is very environmentally conscious and asked that we follow some very strict principles of conservation when developing her landscaping design plan. In many ways you could say this Houston landscaping project was green on both an aesthetic level and a functional level. We selected affordable ground cover that spread very quickly to provide a year round green color scheme that reflected much of the contemporary artwork within the interior of the home. Environmentally speaking, our project was also green in the sense that it focused on very primitive drought resistant plant species and tree preservation strategies. The resulting yard design ultimately functioned as an aesthetic mirror to the abstract forms that the owner prefers in wall art. One of the more notable things we did in this Houston landscaping project was to build the homeowner a gravel patio near the front entrance to the home. The homeowner specifically requested that we disconnect the irrigation system that we had installed in the yard because she wanted natural irrigation and drainage only. The gravel served this wish superbly. Being a natural drain in its own respect, it provided a permeable surface that allowed rainwater to soak through without collecting on the surface. More importantly, the gravel was the only material that could be laid down near the roots of the magnificent trees in Ms. Borow’s yard. Any type of stone, concrete, or brick that is used in more typical Houston landscaping plans would have been out of the question. A patio made from these materials would have either required cutting into tree roots, or it would have impeded their future growth. The specific species chosen for ground cover also bear noting. The two primary plants used were jasmine and iris. Monkey grass was also used to a small extent as a border around the edge of the house. Irises were planted in front of the house, and the jasmine was planted beneath the trees. Both are very fast growing, drought resistant species that require very little watering. However, they do require routine pruning, which Ms. Borow said she had no problem investing in. Such lawn alternatives are frequently used in Houston landscaping projects that for one reason or the other require something other than a standard planting of carpet grass. In this case, the motivation had nothing to do with finances, but rather a conscientious effort on Ms. Borow’s part to practice water conservation and tree preservation. Other hardscapes were then introduced into this green design to better support the home architecture. A stepping stone walkway was built using plain concrete pads that are very simple and modern in their aesthetic. These lead up to the front stair case with four inch steps that Murphy Mears designed for maximum ergonomics and comfort. There were a few softscape elements that we added to complete the Houston landscaping design. A planting of River Birch trees was introduced near the side of the home. River Birch trees are very attractive, light green trees that do not grow that tall. This eliminates any possible conflict between the tree roots and the home foundation. Murphy Mears also built a very elegant fence that transitioned the geometry of the house down to the city sidewalk. The fence sharply parallels the linear movement of the house. We introduced some climbing vines to help soften the fence and to harmonize its aesthetic with that of the trees, ground cover, and grass along the sidewalk.
Art in the LandscapeArt in the Landscape
Heynssens + Grassman, Inc.Heynssens + Grassman, Inc.
Photography by Linda Oyama Bryan
Esempio di un campo sportivo esterno chic in ombra dietro casa
Wood Arbor and Bench SwingsWood Arbor and Bench Swings
DabneyCollinsDabneyCollins
Arbor and Bench Swings with vines trained on the structure. Projects are located adjacent to each other in Greenville, SC
Esempio di un ampio campo sportivo esterno classico in ombra dietro casa con ghiaia
The Beauty of HardscapesThe Beauty of Hardscapes
Mariani LandscapeMariani Landscape
Benefiting from varied stone and gravel hardscapes, this back yard is used in many ways. Transitions are marked with a change in structure of paths, walls, and features. The dining area is defined by a seat wall that ends where the fire feature area starts. Garden beds surround the space as an accent, softening the space. A rugged yet warm design for a relatively small back yard. Photo Credit: Linda Oyama Bryan
KensingtonKensington
Harrison's LandscapingHarrison's Landscaping
A stunning inner-city balcony is transformed into a stylish contemporary garden. Featuring bench seating, floating timber decks and balcony friendly pots and plants. All pots supplied by www.thebalconygarden.com.au

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