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Patii e Portici contemporanei - Foto e idee

Villa Bulgari
Villa Bulgari
Gabriele Sotgiu FotografoGabriele Sotgiu Fotografo
Servizio fotografico realizzato presso villa Bulgari a Portisco in Costa Smeralda.
Idee per un patio o portico minimal
Giardini segreti
Giardini segreti
Studio Davide CeriniStudio Davide Cerini
Esempio di un patio o portico contemporaneo dietro casa con una pergola
Screen Porch Poolside
Screen Porch Poolside
The Porch CompanyThe Porch Company
Idee per un portico contemporaneo
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Outdoor Living in Atlanta
Outdoor Living in Atlanta
Boyce Design + BuildBoyce Design + Build
This inviting space features a decorative concrete patio with a custom concrete fire pit and Ipe floating bench. The lush landscaping and cedar privacy fence provides a tranquil setting for city living.
Gathering Table
Gathering Table
Arterra Landscape ArchitectsArterra Landscape Architects
Michelle Lee Wilson Photography
Esempio di un patio o portico contemporaneo dietro casa con un focolare
Ann Arbor Screen Porch Addition
Ann Arbor Screen Porch Addition
Rochman Design-Build Inc.Rochman Design-Build Inc.
Ispirazione per un portico design dietro casa con un portico chiuso
Green Lake
Green Lake
Coates Design Architecture + InteriorsCoates Design Architecture + Interiors
Backyard fire pit. Taken by Lara Swimmer. Landscape Design by ModernBackyard
Immagine di un patio o portico minimal dietro casa con un focolare e pavimentazioni in cemento
Outdoor Design
Outdoor Design
Concept 2 DesignConcept 2 Design
Denice Lachapelle
Idee per un patio o portico minimal di medie dimensioni e dietro casa con pavimentazioni in pietra naturale e un gazebo o capanno
Mosman
Mosman
Harrison's LandscapingHarrison's Landscaping
A truly beautiful garden and pool design to complement an incredible architectural designed harbour view home.
Idee per un ampio patio o portico design dietro casa con nessuna copertura
Iron Shade Arbor
Iron Shade Arbor
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & DesignExterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
This shade arbor, located in The Woodlands, TX north of Houston, spans the entire length of the back yard. It combines a number of elements with custom structures that were constructed to emulate specific aspects of a Zen garden. The homeowner wanted a low-maintenance garden whose beauty could withstand the tough seasonal weather that strikes the area at various times of the year. He also desired a mood-altering aesthetic that would relax the senses and calm the mind. Most importantly, he wanted this meditative environment completely shielded from the outside world so he could find serenity in total privacy. The most unique design element in this entire project is the roof of the shade arbor itself. It features a “negative space” leaf pattern that was designed in a software suite and cut out of the metal with a water jet cutter. Each form in the pattern is loosely suggestive of either a leaf, or a cluster of leaves. These small, negative spaces cut from the metal are the source of the structure’ powerful visual and emotional impact. During the day, sunlight shines down and highlights columns, furniture, plantings, and gravel with a blend of dappling and shade that make you feel like you are sitting under the branches of a tree. At night, the effects are even more brilliant. Skillfully concealed lights mounted on the trusses reflect off the steel in places, while in other places they penetrate the negative spaces, cascading brilliant patterns of ambient light down on vegetation, hardscape, and water alike. The shade arbor shelters two gravel patios that are almost identical in space. The patio closest to the living room features a mini outdoor dining room, replete with tables and chairs. The patio is ornamented with a blend of ornamental grass, a small human figurine sculpture, and mid-level impact ground cover. Gravel was chosen as the preferred hardscape material because of its Zen-like connotations. It is also remarkably soft to walk on, helping to set the mood for a relaxed afternoon in the dappled shade of gently filtered sunlight. The second patio, spaced 15 feet away from the first, resides adjacent to the home at the opposite end of the shade arbor. Like its twin, it is also ornamented with ground cover borders, ornamental grasses, and a large urn identical to the first. Seating here is even more private and contemplative. Instead of a table and chairs, there is a large decorative concrete bench cut in the shape of a giant four-leaf clover. Spanning the distance between these two patios, a bluestone walkway connects the two spaces. Along the way, its borders are punctuated in places by low-level ornamental grasses, a large flowering bush, another sculpture in the form of human faces, and foxtail ferns that spring up from a spread of river rock that punctuates the ends of the walkway. The meditative quality of the shade arbor is reinforced by two special features. The first of these is a disappearing fountain that flows from the top of a large vertical stone embedded like a monolith in the other edges of the river rock. The drains and pumps to this fountain are carefully concealed underneath the covering of smooth stones, and the sound of the water is only barely perceptible, as if it is trying to force you to let go of your thoughts to hear it. A large piece of core-10 steel, which is deliberately intended to rust quickly, rises up like an arced wall from behind the fountain stone. The dark color of the metal helps the casual viewer catch just a glimpse of light reflecting off the slow trickle of water that runs down the side of the stone into the river rock bed. To complete the quiet moment that the shade arbor is intended to invoke, a thick wall of cypress trees rises up on all sides of the yard, completely shutting out the disturbances of the world with a comforting wall of living greenery that comforts the thoughts and emotions.
Shoreham Project
Shoreham Project
C.O.S DesignC.O.S Design
Immagine di un patio o portico minimal
Aneta Street
Aneta Street
J. Kurtz DesignJ. Kurtz Design
Esempio di un portico minimal dietro casa con pedane e un tetto a sbalzo
Screen Porch Addition
Screen Porch Addition
Fowlkes StudioFowlkes Studio
Brandon Webster Photography
Ispirazione per un portico contemporaneo con un tetto a sbalzo e un portico chiuso
Elevated Simplicity
Elevated Simplicity
OnlineGardenDesignsOnlineGardenDesigns
Foto di un patio o portico design
Casa Enid | Obra nueva
Casa Enid | Obra nueva
NOS | ArquitecturaNOS | Arquitectura
La vivienda se ubica en una colina elevada próxima a la reserva natural del Tello. El concepto del proyecto trata de poner en valor las visuales por lo que se crea un patio central donde se ubica una zona de jardín sombreada por el propio volumen, y la piscina. El programa se desarrolla alrededor del patio central envolviéndolo por tres de sus lados y volcando la zona de día al Tello, mientras que los dormitorios se ubican en la zona trasera y enfocados a la pinada, para disfrutar de la privacidad de un pequeño jardín trasero.
Pinecrest Residence
Pinecrest Residence
Interiors by Maite GrandaInteriors by Maite Granda
Modern Outdoor Dining Table for 10, BBQ Area, Hanging Chairs overlooking the beautiful landscaping.
Ispirazione per un grande portico design dietro casa con lastre di cemento, un tetto a sbalzo e parapetto in vetro
LEE RESIDENCE
LEE RESIDENCE
Tate Studio ArchitectsTate Studio Architects
Covered outdoor patio with a view of the adjacent Golf Course. Builder - Madison/Couturier, Interiors - Sherry Engle SE Design, Photographer - Thompson Photographic.
Shawnee Residence
Shawnee Residence
Lazar Landscape Design and ConstructionLazar Landscape Design and Construction
Foto di un patio o portico contemporaneo dietro casa con pavimentazioni in cemento e nessuna copertura

Patii e Portici contemporanei - Foto e idee

Outdoor Kitchen Project, Orchard House
Outdoor Kitchen Project, Orchard House
Humphrey MunsonHumphrey Munson
Hand-crafted using traditional joinery techniques, this outdoor kitchen is made from hard-wearing Iroko wood and finished with stainless steel hardware ensuring the longevity of this Markham cabinetry. With a classic contemporary design that suits the modern, manicured style of the country garden, this outdoor kitchen has the balance of simplicity, scale and proportion that H|M is known for. Using an L-shape configuration set within a custom designed permanent timber gazebo, this outdoor kitchen is cleverly zoned to include all of the key spaces required in an indoor kitchen for food prep, grilling and clearing away. On the right-hand side of the kitchen is the cooking run featuring the mighty 107cm Wolf outdoor gas grill. Already internationally established as an industrial heavyweight in the luxury range cooker market, Wolf have taken outdoor cooking to the next level with this behemoth of a barbeque. Designed and built to stand the test of time and exponentially more accurate than a standard barbeque, the Wolf outdoor gas grill also comes with a sear zone and infrared rotisserie spit as standard. To assist with food prep, positioned underneath the counter to the left of the Wolf outdoor grill is a pull-out bin with separate compartments for food waste and recycling. Additional storage to the right is utilised for storing the LPG gas canister ensuring the overall look and feel of the outdoor kitchen is free from clutter and from a practical point of view, protected from the elements. Just like the indoor kitchen, the key to a successful outdoor kitchen design is the zoning of the space – think about all the usual things like food prep, cooking and clearing away and make provision for those activities accordingly. In terms of the actual positioning of the kitchen think about the sun and where it is during the afternoons and early evening which will be the time this outdoor kitchen is most in use. A timber gazebo will provide shelter from the direct sunlight and protection from the elements during the winter months. Stone flooring that can withstand a few spills here and there is essential, and always incorporate a seating area than can be scaled up or down according to your entertaining needs. Photo Credit - Paul Craig
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