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Balcony Ideas and Designs

Terrace Balcony GardenTerrace Balcony Garden
MyCloudforestMyCloudforest
Lighting Design at Rawling StreetLighting Design at Rawling Street
Light House Designs LtdLight House Designs Ltd
Small courtyards and outdoor spaces can be just as homely as large gardens and should be seen as an extension of the interior. By picking out the planting with a couple of spiked garden lights and highlighting the brick wall texture with wall downlights, you can draw focus to the elements you want to see. Photo Credits: Tom St Aubyn
Pune 3 Bedroom ApartmentPune 3 Bedroom Apartment
Aum ArchitectsAum Architects
Outdoor SpacesOutdoor Spaces
Architelle Architecture & Interior DesignArchitelle Architecture & Interior Design
Outdoor Living Space Outdoor living spaces need to provide inviting areas to relax and enjoy the outdoors. They should be warm and sunny in winter and provide shade from the hot sun in summer. Ideally you want them to be connected to your interior living areas. If they are visible and accessible they'll be used and enjoyed more often. This one is located at the front of the house, to catch the north sun, so it is given a formal treatment with columns to match the front entrance porch. The proportions are designed to be generous to allow the comfortable arrangement of outdoor furniture, without being too large and overwhelming for the front facade of the home. An adjustable louvre roof allows sun into the space in winter, and prevents the adjacent living room from being too dark. When shade or weather protection is required, the roof can be conveniently closed.
ÁTICO PEDRALBESÁTICO PEDRALBES
The Room StudioThe Room Studio
Proyecto realizado por Meritxell Ribé - The Room Studio Construcción: The Room Work Fotografías: Mauricio Fuertes

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