64 Outdoor Stone Fences, Walls Design Photos And Ideas

A linear swimming pool in the back of the property runs parallel to the central axis.
The side yard is filled with a long, narrow built-in swimming pool. It is the perfect environment to enjoy the Australian 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
The Pool
Green Roof and Ocean View
Front of the house.
View from the garden on the cantilevers.
Entrance.
Studio Otto Felix opted for a Light Steel Frame system to minimize site impact and eliminate the need for concrete or bricks.
The cap for the fireplace was so massive it had to brought in by helicopter.
The pool connects the complex with its breathtaking beachfront setting.
The elongated feeling of the pool is balanced by the surrounding circular deck.
In 1982, UNESCO declared the beaches of General Villamil as having the second-best climate in the world.
The wood-slatted louvers to provide shade from the setting sun and a breathtaking view.
The pavilion overlooks the 60-foot long lap pool which was built into the hillside with a stunning roughhewn exposed stone ledge.
Attached to the pool is a single pitch steel-framed pavilion with an outdoor kitchen and dining area. The shelter provides additional outdoor living space for the family to congregate.
The living room on the ground floor had an original floor area that follows the form of an imperfect square.
The height difference between the entrance at the ground level and the internal courtyard presented architects Diego Cisi and Stefano Gorni Silvestrini of Archiplan Studio with the opportunity to create a wooden deck outdoors.
The back facade features large windows to bring in light to the rear rooms and central stairs.
Amenities include a pool with a waterfall and a sunken tennis court.
A spacious wood-decked veranda that's part of the duplex apartment.
An old cistern found on the original site is now a black concrete plunge pool.
The rear of the house features Victorian brick, a modern extension, and Velfac windows. Landscape designer Matthew Wright was inspired by the art of Henri Rousseau when choosing plants to set amid the garden’s Dorset pebbles.
An outdoor terrance behind the kitchen.
A wisteria-shared courtyards and garden with a dining area.
The home wraps around a protected courtyard
Clay brick flooring in the front yard helps drain rainwater and reduce heat.
Flush at the corners where the eaves of the roof meet the siding, the kitchen’s streamlined body is partly clad in charred wood.
After renovation
A wide, open-air, stone-paved corridor with a saltbox roof shelter.
An outdoor patio where the owners can enjoy some Californian sunshine after a swim.
An exterior stone wall surrounds the property.
The exterior stone wall.
The walled in garden.
The stacked stone fireplace is perfect for entertaining on cool desert nights.
The outdoor entertaining space includes a shuffleboard court and built-in outdoor seating area complete with a fireplace and barbecue.
The glass and wood walls of the bathhouse, like other retractable panels on the house, 

offer shade with a view.
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From the back patio, stone steps lead down to the lake.
Massive volumes of dry stacked, locally supplied granite supports the roof.
Local stone was used on selective interior walls as well as the exterior.
The Kenneth and Phyllis Laurent House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, features a solar hemicycle footprint. Image courtesy of Wright Auction House.
On the terrace, Air chairs by Jasper Morrison for Magis surround an oak table with black trestle legs. The limestone used to build the original structure was sourced from a quarry less than a half-mile away.

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.