107 Outdoor Concrete Fences, Walls Design Photos And Ideas

Protected from the northeasterly winds, the deck enjoys ample access to sunlight. “My concept of the deck was to treat it almost like an infinity pool where there’s a very sharp edge and it being coplanar with the floor when you’re in the house looking out you can’t really see anything but the water,” adds John.
The outdoor terrace features an infinity pool and spacious deck.
A stone walkway weaves through a grassy, terraced backyard, which is studded with mature trees and complete with a flat lawn, al fresco dining area, and a walled courtyard surrounding an oversized pool, spa, and hills.
The excavated material has been used to shape the property's exterior features.
The Hollywood Hills home sits on a high bluff and features stunning canyon views.
An expanse of floor-to-ceiling glass sliders opens to the garden and a lap pool.
The house is oriented toward the Aegean Sea. Floor-to-ceiling, glass sliding doors flood the home with plenty of Mediterranean sunshine.
"The house is integrated to the cliffside, leaving the least possible imprint," says Marianna Kapsimali, one of the studio’s founders.
view to new addition from rear lawn
Green Roof and Ocean View
New guest house and pool
Entrance.
The backyard at dusk.
A black-stained Western red cedar fence now runs along the perimeter of Sharen McLean and Mark Derraugh’s property in Vancouver, part of a complete revamping of the couple’s outdoor space. The project was spearheaded by Sharen’s daughter, Andrea McLean, whose daughters and nephew make the most of the urban oasis.
Modern pool house exterior. Designed by JBellessa Design. Indoor-outdoor living
On a scenic but exposed lakefront site on New Zealand’s South Island, architects Tim Lovell and Ana O’Connell of Lo’CA created a pitch-roofed 2,690-square-foot residence for Tim’s parents. The home’s courtyard was excavated to help shelter it from high winds. A 10-foot eave over the windows and doors assists with sun shade and heat retention during the intense summer and winter months.
Nothing says midcentury Palm Springs like a custom pool and a backdrop of mountains.
Outdoor Living
Villa Rosa. Exterior view. North
The light well that allows for sunlight AND an addition above
Outdoor shower
from Pavilion. Backyard overview
from Pavilion looking at the master suite, family room and lofted kitchen
The geometric volumes reference local building traditions.
Planters have been placed around the pleats to create pockets of sky gardens on the perimeter of the building, with some featuring steps that lead to other outdoor terraces.
The architects chose a swivel fireplace so the family can flexibly use it indoors or outdoors.
"I intended to create futuristic and savage architecture that awakens human animal instincts in which the inside and outside are reversed multiple times," states Hirata.
Stacked like building blocks, the cement boxes are housed within a main structure that features complex voids.  The voids then become terraces or spaces where planters are slotted.
The open voids in the home give the property its beautiful, breezy character.
Protected from prying eyes by a planted slope, the back of the property soaks up the sun with a hammock hung from the ceiling.
The courtyard is open to the sky and mainly finished in concrete.
At the rear patio is a kitchen, dining area, and an Ipe-wood deck with a fire pit, lounge seats, and a water feature.
The garden effortlessly integrates the outdoors into the living space.
The patio furniture  is from CB2.
The downstairs garden space offers another outdoor escape.
The deck rises up in sections to become sun loungers.
Above the garage, the sturdy concrete eaves support a pool and terrace on the upper level.
The topmost level is much more transparent and permeable compared to the rest of the home.
The third level can be totally opened up to fuse indoor and outdoor space.
Gregory and Caryn Katz are dwarfed beneath the cantilevered concrete overhang, which houses the bedroom on the upper level. The stackable glass doors that run beneath allow the house to open completely to the yard and swimming pool, soften the severity of the concrete, and blur the boundary between indoors and out.
Six-year-old twins Nicolas and Constanza use Pentimento as their “little battleground,” says Pasternak. “They have some options here that they will not find anywhere else.” Among those options are a climbing wall offering easy access to the roof.
In the ivy-covered garden on the first level, Alice, 16, sits near “Rakaia 2,” a rock sculpture by New Zealand artist Chris Booth.
The floors and decking are all made from long-lasting, rot-resistant ipe wood.

Whether it's a backyard patio, an infinity pool, or a rooftop terrace, these modern outdoor spaces add to the richness of daily life. Escape into nature, or get lost in city views. Wherever you are, let these outdoor photos take you somewhere new with inspirational ideas for yards, gardens, outdoor tubs and showers, patios, porches, and decks.