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Midcentury Patio
Midcentury Patio
Imagen de patio retro con pérgola
Truly Open Eichler House
Truly Open Eichler House
Klopf ArchitectureKlopf Architecture
Klopf Architecture, Arterra Landscape Architects, and Flegels Construction updated a classic Eichler open, indoor-outdoor home. Expanding on the original walls of glass and connection to nature that is common in mid-century modern homes. The completely openable walls allow the homeowners to truly open up the living space of the house, transforming it into an open air pavilion, extending the living area outdoors to the private side yards, and taking maximum advantage of indoor-outdoor living opportunities. Taking the concept of borrowed landscape from traditional Japanese architecture, the fountain, concrete bench wall, and natural landscaping bound the indoor-outdoor space. The Truly Open Eichler is a remodeled single-family house in Palo Alto. This 1,712 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom is located in the heart of the Silicon Valley. Klopf Architecture Project Team: John Klopf, AIA, Geoff Campen, and Angela Todorova Landscape Architect: Arterra Landscape Architects Structural Engineer: Brian Dotson Consulting Engineers Contractor: Flegels Construction Photography ©2014 Mariko Reed Location: Palo Alto, CA Year completed: 2014
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Mid-Century Modern
Mid-Century Modern
Amy Martin Landscape DesignAmy Martin Landscape Design
Created a multi-level outdoor living space to match the mid-century modern style of the home with upper deck and lower patio. Porcelain pavers create a clean pattern to offset the modern furniture, which is neutral in color and simple in shape to balance with the bold-colored accents.
Houston Mid-Century
Houston Mid-Century
Jamie Bush & Co.Jamie Bush & Co.
Imagen de patio vintage en patio trasero con pérgola
Thunderbird 8
Thunderbird 8
Jill Lewis ArchitectureJill Lewis Architecture
The goal for this mid-century home was to exploit the best features of the property, taking advantage of views, the dramatic light, the potential for an incredible indoor-outdoor experience and the mid-century bones of the house. When we first visited the property, I was struck by the potential for a beautiful mountain view that was currently cut off by a low ceiling height in the main living area. Raising the roof of the main living area became the largest gesture in our scope of work. The former chopped-up side entry and tiny kitchen were combined to make a long, generous kitchen and built-in banquette. The original rhombus-shaped pool was kept, restored and lined with Ann Sacks tiles. In the center of the action, we conceived a large floating desk surface suspended from a black metal screen to define the space and allow filtered light and views to pass between. The clients were drawn to clean lines, pared-down details and highly disciplined palettes of white, grey and matte black. We generally opted for deep, muted colors balanced with crisp white, adding textures to create patterns with the shifting daylight throughout the house. This soothing collection of finishes playing with light and shadow would achieve a peaceful and elegant home that would stand the test of time and honor the landscape of the surrounding area. ​ Photography: Douglas Friedman
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MX1 Luxe
MX1 Luxe
SchaneliSchaneli
Luxury, style, elegance, design, class and exclusivity, are all the attributes that our most luxurious retractable awnings in the world contain. Our high-end custom made models are designed for the selected group of people who love to break with the traditional.
West Seattle Mid-Century
West Seattle Mid-Century
Board & VellumBoard & Vellum
Photos by Tina Witherspoon.
Foto de patio retro pequeño sin cubierta en patio trasero con adoquines de hormigón y brasero
Woodside House 2
Woodside House 2
Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + DesignDotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design
Imagen de patio retro grande sin cubierta en patio trasero con brasero y suelo de baldosas
Mid-Century Outdoor Sanctuary
Mid-Century Outdoor Sanctuary
Kraft Custom ConstructionKraft Custom Construction
After completing an interior remodel for this mid-century home in the South Salem hills, we revived the old, rundown backyard and transformed it into an outdoor living room that reflects the openness of the new interior living space. We tied the outside and inside together to create a cohesive connection between the two. The yard was spread out with multiple elevations and tiers, which we used to create “outdoor rooms” with separate seating, eating and gardening areas that flowed seamlessly from one to another. We installed a fire pit in the seating area; built-in pizza oven, wok and bar-b-que in the outdoor kitchen; and a soaking tub on the lower deck. The concrete dining table doubled as a ping-pong table and required a boom truck to lift the pieces over the house and into the backyard. The result is an outdoor sanctuary the homeowners can effortlessly enjoy year-round.
Mid-Century Concrete Patio - Racine
Mid-Century Concrete Patio - Racine
Ginkgo Leaf StudioGinkgo Leaf Studio
Runnels in the concrete function to drain water out of the patio area but also add a subtle inlay detail. Here the runnel is filled with both beach pebbles and dry-laid bluestone. Renn Kuhnen Photography
Sherman Oaks Family Friendly Modern
Sherman Oaks Family Friendly Modern
Hive HomeHive Home
Outdoor lounge with outdoor firepit. Hanging rattan chair from Serena and Lily, canvas chairs from Eco Outdoor. Side table Crate and Barrel. Pillows Rejuvenation. Firepit and sofa owners own. photo by Amy Bartlam

4.759 ideas para patios retro

Sennett Residence
Sennett Residence
Living Stone Design + BuildLiving Stone Design + Build
Ejemplo de patio vintage grande en patio trasero y anexo de casas
Beverly Hills MicCentury Modern
Beverly Hills MicCentury Modern
Dutton Architects Inc.Dutton Architects Inc.
Dutton Architects did an extensive renovation of a post and beam mid-century modern house in the canyons of Beverly Hills. The house was brought down to the studs, with new interior and exterior finishes, windows and doors, lighting, etc. A secure exterior door allows the visitor to enter into a garden before arriving at a glass wall and door that leads inside, allowing the house to feel as if the front garden is part of the interior space. Similarly, large glass walls opening to a new rear gardena and pool emphasizes the indoor-outdoor qualities of this house. photos by Undine Prohl
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