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Giardini in cortile con ghiaia - Foto e idee

Casa de MayaCasa de Maya
Hawkeye Landscape DesignHawkeye Landscape Design
A Southwest style courtyard was designed for family and critters to enjoy an enclosed outdoor space. The 'elk mountain' flagstone path winds thru a cactus garden featuring a 'mancave macho mocha, 'old man cactus and euphorbia tirucali. The perennial garden has a 'caesalpinia pulcherrima', vitex purpurea', cuphea ignea. The sitting garden includes a Furcrea mediopicta (mexico), Leucophyllum frutescens silver leaf (Rio Bravo), and Grevillea'long john' Sitting at the mesquite table one can enjoy the re-circulating boulder fountain which attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Brightly colored mexican tile enhances the barbecue. The fireplace with built-in light box has a private sitting area surrounded by an Aloe tree, acacia cultriformis and strelitzia juncea (South Africa)
CourtyardCourtyard
Jobe Corral ArchitectsJobe Corral Architects
This house was designed around a small courtyard. Photos by Casey Woods
Foto di un giardino formale contemporaneo esposto a mezz'ombra in cortile e di medie dimensioni con fontane e ghiaia
Purple RainPurple Rain
gardenUP®gardenUP®
Esempio di un grande giardino formale chic esposto a mezz'ombra in cortile in estate con un ingresso o sentiero e ghiaia
Contemporary LandscapeContemporary Landscape
Foto di un piccolo giardino desertico contemporaneo esposto in pieno sole in cortile in estate con ghiaia
Los Altos Hills- Rustic ModernLos Altos Hills- Rustic Modern
Lifescape Custom Landscaping, Inc.Lifescape Custom Landscaping, Inc.
Kelsey Schweickert
Immagine di un giardino xeriscape moderno esposto a mezz'ombra di medie dimensioni e in cortile con ghiaia
A Designer's HouseA Designer's House
Cebula DesignCebula Design
Leo McKillop Photography
Immagine di un grande giardino formale tradizionale esposto in pieno sole in cortile con fontane e ghiaia
Laurel Way Beverly Hills modern home zen garden under floating stairsLaurel Way Beverly Hills modern home zen garden under floating stairs
Whipple Russell ArchitectsWhipple Russell Architects
Laurel Way Beverly Hills modern home zen garden under floating stairs. Photo by William MacCollum.
Ispirazione per un piccolo giardino etnico esposto a mezz'ombra in cortile con ghiaia e recinzione in pietra
Humming Bird BuffetHumming Bird Buffet
Pascale Land DesignPascale Land Design
A back yard to attract humming birds. Pascale Sucato
Foto di un grande giardino mediterraneo esposto in pieno sole in cortile in primavera con ghiaia
Country Farm HouseCountry Farm House
a Blade of Grassa Blade of Grass
Peastone parking court with antique granite curbing, perennial planting beds and evergreen screening.
Foto di un vialetto d'ingresso country esposto a mezz'ombra di medie dimensioni e in cortile con ghiaia
Pool & landscapePool & landscape
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & DesignExterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
A very private River Oaks couple who loved the simple life purchased a lot and decided to construct a house that reflected their ideals. They wanted the home to be surrounded by as much greenery as possible, with the lawn itself forming a sort of grass courtyard on both sides of the house. They also wanted landscaping around all lawn edges, an aesthetic and concealed drainage system, and a very unique, custom swimming pool designed to preserve as much greenery as possible. The front yard of this home led out to a major street and was characterized by rich San Augustine grass and massive oaks in the front near the sidewalk. The problem was there was no way of draining water from this lot, and the architect had hit a roadblock when it came time to develop a drainage system for the house itself. Standard gutters could not be inDrainage Systemsstalled on the home because it had been constructed with exposed rafters that extended past the sides of the roof. The architect asked us to develop an alternative way of moving water off the property while still maintaining the natural aesthetic of the house and surrounding landscape. We determined that the best way to accomplish this would be to surround the entire front yard with a French drain made entirely of gravel. We laid down the gravel in the shape of a picture frame, creating the aesthetic of a grass courtyard made entirely of natural elements. Functionally, it offered an even greater, hidden value as well. Gravel is a natural drain that quickly pulls water away from vegetation and man-made structures with equal efficiency. On the other side of the home, we were asked to do something even more unique—build a swimming pool surrounded by only a grass courtyard. The owners did not want any more paving than was absolutely necessary, because they wanted plenty of natural play space for their children and pets. So, rather than use paving, we used sod and grass instead to soften the entire area. The only concrete used was what we needed to build a low-profile pool coping. We also designed the skimmer throats with no lids in order to make the pool look flush with the grass. We placed simple water jets on one side of the pool so water would arch over its surface yet remain contained within its boundaries. A variety of plant species were used to add a sense of color variation and containment to our grass courtyard design. In the very front of the yard, we used some very innovative tree preservation strategies to install up lights under the oaks and landscape lights for the front yard. We also created a green border around the French drain using boxwoods interspersed with Crepe Myrtles that added height and floral coloration. In the back, we decorated the far wall with Lantana and Caladiums and planted larger Japanese blueberries illuminated with up lights. Along the wooden fence between the far wall and the house, we trained a Star Jasmine to begin growing across the surface of the wood.
Marrying Elegant Design & SustainabilityMarrying Elegant Design & Sustainability
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
Featured in Feb/Mar 2013 issue of Organic Gardening Magazine, this Boston-area courtyard functions as an entryway, parking space, driveway turnaround, and outdoor room. New York bluestone planks set into a sea of pea gravel can bear the weight of vehicles while allowing rainwater to permeate the ground, preventing run-off. Curving 7-foot-high green walls of shade-loving native plants create privacy and beauty, while native birch trees (Betula papyrifera) in the entry planters provide a handsome complement to the four-story Silver LEED-certified house by Wolf Architects, Inc. Landscape Architect: Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio Landscape contractor: Robert Hanss, Inc. Green wall: g_space Photographed by Susan Teare for Organic Gardening Magazine.
GretchenGretchen
Whitney LyonsWhitney Lyons
Photo: Whitney Lyons © 2012 Houzz
Esempio di un giardino formale classico in cortile e di medie dimensioni con ghiaia
Sheep's RunSheep's Run
Susan Cohan GardensSusan Cohan Gardens
Small, formal patio space set between a sunroom and an outdoor porch. Bird sculpture on plinth set in the adjacent walkway.
Idee per un piccolo giardino classico esposto a mezz'ombra in cortile con ghiaia
Fence at Suburban OasisFence at Suburban Oasis
Princeton Design CollaborativePrinceton Design Collaborative
Garden path with trellis Photo by: Jeffrey Edward Tryon of PDC
Idee per un piccolo giardino formale design in ombra in cortile in estate con ghiaia
A little piece of AsiaA little piece of Asia
Garden MentorsGarden Mentors
Ispirazione per un piccolo giardino etnico in cortile con fontane e ghiaia
French Country ModernFrench Country Modern
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & DesignExterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
A couple by the name of Claire and Dan Boyles commissioned Exterior Worlds to develop their back yard along the lines of a French Country garden design. They had recently designed and built a French Colonial style house. Claire had been very involved in the architectural design, and she communicated extensively her expectations for the landscape. The aesthetic we ultimately created for them was not a traditional French country garden per se, but instead was a variation on the symmetry, color, and sense of formality associated with this design. The most notable feature that we added to the estate was a custom swimming pool installed just to the rear of the home. It emphasized linearity, complimentary right angles, and it featured a luxury spa and pool fountain. We built the coping around the pool out of limestone, and we used concrete pavers to build the custom pool patio. We then added French pottery in various locations around the patio to balance the stonework against the look and structure of the home. We added a formal garden parallel to the pool to reflect its linear movement. Like most French country gardens, this design is bordered by sheered bushes and emphasizes straight lines, angles, and symmetry. One very interesting thing about this garden is that it is consist entirely of various shades of green, which lends itself well to the sense of a French estate. The garden is bordered by a taupe colored cedar fence that compliments the color of the stonework. Just around the corner from the back entrance to the house, there lies a double-door entrance to the master bedroom. This was an ideal place to build a small patio for the Boyles to use as a private seating area in the early mornings and evenings. We deviated slightly from strict linearity and symmetry by adding pavers that ran out like steps from the patio into the grass. We then planted boxwood hedges around the patio, which are common in French country garden design and combine an Old World sensibility with a morning garden setting. We then completed this portion of the project by adding rosemary and mondo grass as ground cover to the space between the patio, the corner of the house, and the back wall that frames the yard. This design is derivative of those found in morning gardens, and it provides the Boyles with a place where they can step directly from their bedroom into a private outdoor space and enjoy the early mornings and evenings. We further develop the sense of a morning garden seating area; we deviated slightly from the strict linear forms of the rest of the landscape by adding pavers that ran like steps from the patio and out into the grass. We also planted rosemary and mondo grass as ground cover to the space between the patio, the corner of the house, and the back wall that borders this portion of the yard. We then landscaped the front of the home with a continuing symmetry reminiscent of French country garden design. We wanted to establish a sense of grand entrance to the home, so we built a stone walkway that ran all the way from the sidewalk and then fanned out parallel to the covered porch that centers on the front door and large front windows of the house. To further develop the sense of a French country estate, we planted a small parterre garden that can be seen and enjoyed from the left side of the porch. On the other side of house, we built the Boyles a circular motorcourt around a large oak tree surrounded by lush San Augustine grass. We had to employ special tree preservation techniques to build above the root zone of the tree. The motorcourt was then treated with a concrete-acid finish that compliments the brick in the home. For the parking area, we used limestone gravel chips. French country garden design is traditionally viewed as a very formal style intended to fill a significant portion of a yard or landscape. The genius of the Boyles project lay not in strict adherence to tradition, but rather in adapting its basic principles to the architecture of the home and the geometry of the surrounding landscape. For more the 20 years Exterior Worlds has specialized in servicing many of Houston's fine neighborhoods.
Kyo no Zen Kuruma / 京の禅 「車」Kyo no Zen Kuruma / 京の禅 「車」
WA-SO design -有限会社 和想-WA-SO design -有限会社 和想-
Takanori Tomiura(STUDIO BUG)
Ispirazione per un grande giardino formale etnico esposto in pieno sole in cortile con ghiaia
Lakefront Idyll - Gravel CourtyardLakefront Idyll - Gravel Courtyard
Hortulus Animae llc - Mindful Garden DesignHortulus Animae llc - Mindful Garden Design
Gravel Courtyard
Immagine di un grande giardino minimal esposto a mezz'ombra in cortile con ghiaia e recinzione in legno
21 Wilkes Street21 Wilkes Street
Mackenzie Wheeler Architects & DesignersMackenzie Wheeler Architects & Designers
walled townhouse garden with pond, bridge and extensive greenery
Immagine di un giardino industriale in cortile con ghiaia e un giardino in vaso
Ландшафтный дизайн участка с садом трав.Ландшафтный дизайн участка с садом трав.
Ландшафтная мастерская Алены АрсеньевойЛандшафтная мастерская Алены Арсеньевой
ландшафтный дизайн сада трав с высокими мискантусами сахароцветными и мискантусами китайскими. Изящные соцветия молинии голубой приходят в движение от малейшего дуновения, создавая тонкую игру фактур в ландшафтном дизайне дачного сада. Автор проекта: Алена Арсеньева. Реализация проекта и ведение работ - Владимир Чичмарь

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