62 Outdoor Metal Fences, Walls Trees Design Photos And Ideas

A rolling green lawn completes the residential feel of the new LA showroom for Casa Perfect.
This beach house is sited on a former rice plantation near Playa Guiones.
A plunge pool on the roof of the small building.
Intended to be cutting-edge prototypes for modern living, the experiment ended up involving many of America's greatest architects, including Richard Neutra, Charles and Ray Eames, and Eero Saarinen—and had a major impact on modernist residential architecture.
The villa's location is just a stone's throw from the sea.
Casa Bri Bri.
Numerous balconies allow the owner to enjoy the warm Californian sunshine.
Perched atop the historic Gilsey House, the J+K Residence also overlooks a storied neighborhood. The land, located north of Madison Square, was one of New York's last remaining family farms before becoming a bustling theater district. It then devolved into a neglected wholesale district until being rediscovered by artists and entrepreneurs.
Front
A living wall by Habitat Horticulture brings life to the compact backyard.
Automated shutters overhead provide privacy when closed and shade the deck when open.
29th Street Residence in San Francisco, California
Delighted with the result, they requested additional structures, including a pool house with a dining area that opens to the outdoors. Rising from the edge of the pool deck, a planted overhang shelters a gym and sauna below.
A Mood Outdoor Table by Studio Segers for Tribù is surrounded by Terra Outdoor Chairs by Bram Bollen, also for Tribù. They rest atop silvertop ash hardwood decking.
To reduce the home's environmental footprint, OLA installed rain water collection tanks and solar panels, which the house relies upon for water and electricity. White tile and tan travertine pool pavers mimic the color palette of the nearby beach.
Operable timber shutters and screens offer protection from extreme weather. Zoning the house into three distinct masses creates a partly sheltered courtyard to make this year-round blending of the indoors and outdoors possible.
Exterior with infinity pool-VILLA CP
Exterior-VILLA CP
Makai’s structural steel components were designed by Mark Donofrio and affixed to the lava at four points. “Because of the angle of the lava, it’s asymmetrical,” says Moore.

Maui, Hawaii
Dwell Magazine : September / October 2017
One of the main reasons why balconies aren’t used as frequently as they could be is because they are often too small and hence a little claustrophobic. When planning balconies, it helps if you can make them as large and open as possible, and locate them in a spot with prime views like what architect Bruce Bolander has done with this Canyon house on a sloping site in Malibu.
South / West view
From the interior of the courtyard the blue Uintah Mountains can be seen sprawling along the horizon.
Back patio and outdoor living room. Board form concrete fireplace
Private garden with deck
This 1949 inter-war modernist house in New South Wales was renovated by Sam Crawford Architects, Conway Atkins House in a way that paid homage to it's heritage with nautical and transportation art deco elements.
Sitting on the edge of a lake in the Mornington Peninsula, this house by Melbourne-based MA Architects was designed as a series of teak-clad modules with the main living areas in the center and large deck that extends from the living room.
Landscape designer Lillian Montalvo swapped disparate plantings for a cohesive plan centered on a pergola.
Existing front facade
Front Porch: Bronze sculpture by Gail Folwell
Front outdoor area
Street view, frontal, dusk
Street view, dusk
Clean lines and mass groupings of plants help create a sense of openness and space within a small garden.
The spa is positioned to maximize the ocean view, and is sheltered on three sides by bamboo, privacy wall and house.
The belvedere vantage point to enjoy the vineyards
Morning vista

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.

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