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3.113 fotos de piscinas en patio lateral

Baldridge Lake Cottage
Baldridge Lake Cottage
Bonsai Architectural Designs LLC
Diseño de piscina con fuente alargada contemporánea rectangular en patio lateral
NIVEKO Polystone Überlauf Advance 10,00 x 4,00 x 1,50 m in grau
NIVEKO Polystone Überlauf Advance 10,00 x 4,00 x 1,50 m in grau
Pro Pool Schwimmbadtechnik
NIVEKO Polystone Überlaufbecken Modell Advance 10,00 x 4,00 x 1,50 m in grau mit Natursteinrinne, Treppe über ganze Beckenbreite mit integrierter Gegenstrom Schwimmanlage, Wandmassageanlage, Edelstahl Einbauteile, Rollladen versteckt im Rucksackschacht, Niveko Technikschacht mit integriertem Schwallwassertank unter Holzdeck.
Pool House Zen
Pool House Zen
Wadia Associates
Modelo de casa de la piscina y piscina natural contemporánea a medida en patio lateral con losas de hormigón
Easy living
Easy living
Bayon Gardens
Landscape design & construction by Bayon Gardens // Photography by Tim Turner
Ejemplo de piscina alargada actual pequeña rectangular en patio lateral con entablado
Secret Garden
Secret Garden
Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture
Tamara Alvarez
Modelo de piscina exótica de tamaño medio rectangular en patio lateral con adoquines de ladrillo
Spanish Colonial Custom New Home,  River Oaks
Spanish Colonial Custom New Home, River Oaks
Mirador Builders
Foto de piscina con fuente alargada mediterránea grande rectangular en patio lateral con adoquines de ladrillo
Martis Camp Residence 1
Martis Camp Residence 1
John Maniscalco Architecture
Imagen de piscinas y jacuzzis modernos de tamaño medio en patio lateral con losas de hormigón
Kool Haus
Kool Haus
sw-architects
David Sievers Photography
Modelo de piscina alargada actual pequeña rectangular en patio lateral con entablado
Poolside Sophistication
Poolside Sophistication
David Thorne Landscape Architect
Photography by Treve Johnson
Diseño de piscina alargada clásica renovada extra grande rectangular en patio lateral con adoquines de piedra natural
Past Projects
Past Projects
Avex Builders Inc.
Foto de piscina alargada contemporánea grande rectangular en patio lateral con entablado
Contemporary Landscape and Pool Lap Design
Contemporary Landscape and Pool Lap Design
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
A family in West University contacted us to design a contemporary Houston landscape for them. They live on a double lot, which is large for that neighborhood. They had built a custom home on the property, and they wanted a unique indoor-outdoor living experience that integrated a modern pool into the aesthetic of their home interior. This was made possible by the design of the home itself. The living room can be fully opened to the yard by sliding glass doors. The pool we built is actually a lap swimming pool that measures a full 65 feet in length. Not only is this pool unique in size and design, but it is also unique in how it ties into the home. The patio literally connects the living room to the edge of the water. There is no coping, so you can literally walk across the patio into the water and start your swim in the heated, lighted interior of the pool. Even for guests who do not swim, the proximity of the water to the living room makes the entire pool-patio layout part of the exterior design. This is a common theme in modern pool design. The patio is also notable because it is constructed from stones that fit so tightly together the joints seem to disappear. Although the linear edges of the stones are faintly visible, the surface is one contiguous whole whose linear seamlessness supports both the linearity of the home and the lengthwise expanse of the pool. While the patio design is strictly linear to tie the form of the home to that of the pool, our modern pool is decorated with a running bond pattern of tile work. Running bond is a design pattern that uses staggered stone, brick, or tile layouts to create something of a linear puzzle board effect that captures the eye. We created this pattern to compliment the brick work of the home exterior wall, thus aesthetically tying fine details of the pool to home architecture. At the opposite end of the pool, we built a fountain into the side of the home's perimeter wall. The fountain head is actually square, mirroring the bricks in the wall. Unlike a typical fountain, the water here pours out in a horizontal plane which even more reinforces the theme of the quadrilateral geometry and linear movement of the modern pool. We decorated the front of the home with a custom garden consisting of small ground cover plant species. We had to be very cautious around the trees due to West U’s strict tree preservation policies. In order to avoid damaging tree roots, we had to avoid digging too deep into the earth. The species used in this garden—Japanese Ardesia, foxtail ferns, and dwarf mondo not only avoid disturbing tree roots, but they are low-growth by nature and highly shade resistant. We also built a gravel driveway that provides natural water drainage and preserves the root zone for trees. Concrete pads cross the driveway to give the homeowners a sure-footing for walking to and from their vehicles.
Oceanfront
Oceanfront
McRae Lambert Dunn
Grey Crawford Photography
Foto de piscinas y jacuzzis infinitos contemporáneos rectangulares en patio lateral con suelo de baldosas
Modern
Modern
CB Cooper Construction
Modelo de piscina alargada moderna pequeña rectangular en patio lateral con losas de hormigón
Contemporary Landscape and Pool Lap Design
Contemporary Landscape and Pool Lap Design
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
A family in West University contacted us to design a contemporary Houston landscape for them. They live on a double lot, which is large for that neighborhood. They had built a custom home on the property, and they wanted a unique indoor-outdoor living experience that integrated a modern pool into the aesthetic of their home interior. This was made possible by the design of the home itself. The living room can be fully opened to the yard by sliding glass doors. The pool we built is actually a lap swimming pool that measures a full 65 feet in length. Not only is this pool unique in size and design, but it is also unique in how it ties into the home. The patio literally connects the living room to the edge of the water. There is no coping, so you can literally walk across the patio into the water and start your swim in the heated, lighted interior of the pool. Even for guests who do not swim, the proximity of the water to the living room makes the entire pool-patio layout part of the exterior design. This is a common theme in modern pool design. The patio is also notable because it is constructed from stones that fit so tightly together the joints seem to disappear. Although the linear edges of the stones are faintly visible, the surface is one contiguous whole whose linear seamlessness supports both the linearity of the home and the lengthwise expanse of the pool. While the patio design is strictly linear to tie the form of the home to that of the pool, our modern pool is decorated with a running bond pattern of tile work. Running bond is a design pattern that uses staggered stone, brick, or tile layouts to create something of a linear puzzle board effect that captures the eye. We created this pattern to compliment the brick work of the home exterior wall, thus aesthetically tying fine details of the pool to home architecture. At the opposite end of the pool, we built a fountain into the side of the home's perimeter wall. The fountain head is actually square, mirroring the bricks in the wall. Unlike a typical fountain, the water here pours out in a horizontal plane which even more reinforces the theme of the quadrilateral geometry and linear movement of the modern pool. We decorated the front of the home with a custom garden consisting of small ground cover plant species. We had to be very cautious around the trees due to West U’s strict tree preservation policies. In order to avoid damaging tree roots, we had to avoid digging too deep into the earth. The species used in this garden—Japanese Ardesia, foxtail ferns, and dwarf mondo not only avoid disturbing tree roots, but they are low-growth by nature and highly shade resistant. We also built a gravel driveway that provides natural water drainage and preserves the root zone for trees. Concrete pads cross the driveway to give the homeowners a sure-footing for walking to and from their vehicles.
Leschi Residence
Leschi Residence
Casa Architecture and Interior Design
Jed Miller
Ejemplo de piscina alargada contemporánea grande rectangular en patio lateral con entablado
Tropical Pool
Tropical Pool
Imagen de piscina alargada tropical en patio lateral
Norman Park Home Renovation
Norman Park Home Renovation
Dion Seminara Architecture
This very plain 1950’s home in Norman Park was built on a flood prone site and the existing design did not allow for natural airflow nor did it provide much in the way of natural light. The owners of the home felt that an architect design would be the only way to address the need for sensitive adjustments to cope with the flood prone site and to retain the integrity of the current home whilst incorporating a new environmentally sensitive design with a new unique appearance.
Open Pavillion Pool House w/Exterior Fireplace
Open Pavillion Pool House w/Exterior Fireplace
Kemper Associates Architects, LLC
Beautiful pavilion style pool house with kitchen, eating area, bathroom along with exterior fireplace and seating area.
Foto de casa de la piscina y piscina alargada clásica pequeña rectangular en patio lateral
Haus mit Blick in die Weinberge
Haus mit Blick in die Weinberge
Rosenberger + Neidhardt
www.laziundlazi.de
Ejemplo de piscina con fuente alargada contemporánea de tamaño medio rectangular en patio lateral
Villa Biarritz
Villa Biarritz
Denis Lacharme
Denis Lacharme
Foto de piscina alargada minimalista grande en patio lateral

3.113 fotos de piscinas en patio lateral

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