33,359 Modern Courtyard Design Photos

Guillermo Cruzado - Fotógrafo de Interiores en Madrid

庭の植栽は京都で活躍されている庭師の比地黒氏の手によります。 常緑樹と広葉樹を巧みに配列することで四季折々に彩りを楽しめる庭となっています。 室内から庭へと続く床石にはトルコ産トラバーチンを用いています。 巨大な原石の塊を買い付け、一枚一枚必要な寸法に切り出し、張り付けています。 一見、全てが同じ寸法のようですが実は全ての寸法を微調整することで整然とした美しい並びをつくり出しています。 また、トラバーチンは吸水性が良く、そのままでは苔などが繁茂し易いため特殊なコーティング剤で吸水率をコントロールしています。

Clean lines and modern feel packed into a small outdoor living space.

This courtyard garden perched on top of a double garage in the hub of Sydney City was overgrown and never used. There was some structure in place but it was bordering on dangerous. The slate was wiped clean, and a consistent palette of materials introduced that provides a rustic but edgy ‘town garden’ feel. The plant sections respond to the shaded environment and create a cool, soothing place to unwind.

Designed to embrace an extensive and unique art collection including sculpture, paintings, tapestry, and cultural antiquities, this modernist home located in north Scottsdale’s Estancia is the quintessential gallery home for the spectacular collection within. The primary roof form, “the wing” as the owner enjoys referring to it, opens the home vertically to a view of adjacent Pinnacle peak and changes the aperture to horizontal for the opposing view to the golf course. Deep overhangs and fenestration recesses give the home protection from the elements and provide supporting shade and shadow for what proves to be a desert sculpture. The restrained palette allows the architecture to express itself while permitting each object in the home to make its own place. The home, while certainly modern, expresses both elegance and warmth in its material selections including canterra stone, chopped sandstone, copper, and stucco. Project Details | Lot 245 Estancia, Scottsdale AZ Architect: C.P. Drewett, Drewett Works, Scottsdale, AZ Interiors: Luis Ortega, Luis Ortega Interiors, Hollywood, CA Publications: luxe. interiors + design. November 2011. Featured on the world wide web: luxe.daily Photo by Grey Crawford.

This home's modern architecture capitalizes on Southern California's mild climate with a central atrium. The atrium can be seen from almost anywhere in the house, and sculptural plants (sansevieria, dracaena) look great year round with almost no care. photo by Martin Cox


Peter Taylor

Unusable back ward area transformed into great lounging area in full use daily from the day we complete led. Check out review of Oleary project

Architects: B.E. Architecture Photographer: Derek Swalwell


The backyard is designed to take advantage of the abundant space and allows for plenty of outdoor living throughout the year in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

Photography by Chris Redd


Full Design & Build in Bel Air, California

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