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The 300-year-old beech tree supplies shade, movement, sound, and color to the site, and provides a towering natural counterpoint to the renovated home's long, low expanses of glass.
Accordion-style glass wall opens onto balcony.
Geothermal heating and cooling system
Original elements such as the curved glass windows, added in the 1930s, remain, as does the original parquet floor.
Terry removed the entire second floor, which featured a gabled roof and two diminutive bedrooms, and replaced it with an aluminum-trimmed box covered in cement fiberboard.
The rear of the Villa Bio features an almost 50-foot-wide expanse of glass.The pool (now just a large gravel pit) echoes the panoramic window’s exact shape. The custom kitchen features a Silestone counter.
Large koi pond on a cast-concrete footbridge by entrance
With its bold, upswept profile, the roof gives this otherwise simple house its distinctive character. But those curves are not merely for show. The concave forms are integral to the dwelling’s self-sufficiency because they act as water collectors and sun
The Fish Camp acts as the couple’s forest getaway, just a quarter mile from their main house.
The sun shines over the meadow on the backside of Kuczia’s carbon-saving creation, whose central atrium contains the living room. In summer, the glass doors open.
Steel cladding and outdoor fire pit of Wisconsin cabin by Revelations Architects/Builders.
Canopy and trellis, with larch siding, of NY State University at Buffalo's Solar Decathlon design.
Modern San Francsico renovation with concrete outdoor structure courtyard dining
Modern farmhouse backyard patio area
Moen fixtures and teak deck outdoor shower in San Diego renovation by Architects Magnus.
a gravel-lined courtyard features vintage metal outdoor table and chair and a cedar wood wall under the steel overhang of the roof
Drought-resistant garden in Menlo Park
Woody the Trailer Milgard sliding door
Woody the Trailer Milgard sliding door
Outdoor view of modern farmhouse renovation
concrete Brutalist exterior
Entirely off the grid, the house is powered by four photovoltaic panels that supply electricity to lights, small appliances, and water pumps.
Architect Jim Garrison of Brooklyn-based Garrison Architects was asked to design a retreat for visiting families on an idyllic lakeside expanse of land at a boarding school for troubled teens, Star Commonwealth in Albion, Michigan. To drastically reduce a
the steel and glass greenhouse of a Brooklyn school's learning garden
Exterior ladder leads into one-man sauna.
Thanks to passive solar and radiant floors, the metal-clad home is comfortable year-round.
From the deck off the master bedroom, Eric Grunbaum looks across his front yard. Barbara Bestor designed the second story to float over the ground “like a cloud.”
Copenhagen Townhouse Outdoor Space