Some of the following swimming pool design we expect to inspire you to designed a swimming pool be more beautiful. This pool design ideas come from Eckersley Garden Architecture, an Australian owned company specializing in garden design.
Apartments and townhouses with hidden garden in Melbourne, Australia by Elenberg Fraser Architecture
Situated in South Yarra Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Clara apartments and townhouses was designed by Elenberg Fraser Architecture, an architecture firm that revolutionises the way architecture is practised. This apartments and townhouses is the development of an environment that harmonises built form with landscape that respects the scale and diversity of the surround, and pays tribute to the hidden garden. read more »
Located in Toronto, Canada, house with 352 m2 area was designed by Paul Raff Studio. Perched on a gently sloping site, the house is a marriage of environmentally responsible building strategies and elegant architectural composition. The design is shaped around the concept of making visible the architecture as interface between habitation and landscape. More info from Paul Raff Studio after the jump.
Located in Mangawhai, this holiday house was designed by Hillery Priest Architecture.
Casa familia house has designed by Kefin deFreitas Architects. This house is a reinterpretation of quintessential Southerm Californian courtyard houses, this is a modestly sized home that lives much bigger than it really is by throughfully opening up to, and engaging, the landscape and wonderfully temperate coastal climate.
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Situated in the heart of Texas hill country this house was designed by Patrick Tighe architects. From the architects “This project is a residential compound situated in the heart of Texas hill country. The 3200 square foot residence is on a fourteen acre sloped site with native oaks, natural springs and unobstructed views. The layout of the house is a direct response to the site conditions. The plan is organized so as to experience the many features of the landscape. A panoramic view that spans 260 degrees is experienced as well as other more site specific orientations. The front of the house is made of heavy materials that rise from the earth. The heavy, solid, grounded front is in sharp contrast to the more ephemeral back. At the down slope side of the house, the structure becomes lighter and opens to the landscape. Steel pipe columns splay at unsuspecting angles dancing the rugged landscape.”