City Roof Terrace

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rebeccalgross
Rebecca Gross added this to 5 Sloping Roofs Styles That are a Cut Above the Rest4 December 2017

Because of its tensioned and curved structure, the roof requires minimal contact with exterior walls and no internal supports, as can be seen in this awning that shades a rooftop terrace. The hyperbolic roof is ideal for homeowners who want an open, light and economic building.

larasargent
Lara Sargent added this to Light Up Your Patio in 10 Ways23 May 2017

Maximise your patio day and nightGood lighting is imperative in a garden seating area, as this is where friends and family will congregate as day turns into night. Directional spots create a bright and focused stream of light, so you can make the most of a warm summer evening, even when darkness falls.

victoriaharrisonwrites
Victoria Harrison added this to 10 Contemporary Designs for Small Terraces1 March 2017

Be dramatic with lightingThis contained seating pod has the feel of a cosy restaurant booth or snug sitting room thanks to the tall surrounding walls, overhead canopy and the arrangement of the furniture. Perfect for creating a cosy outdoor living space that can be enjoyed in all weathers, this design has added drama thanks to the targeted spotlighting which adds a wash of light, and allows the space to be used after nightfall. You could create a similar effect by adding a canopy and light source to your existing outdoor space, effectively creating a ‘snug’ area.

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vern93
vern93 added this to v93's idea11 July 2021

alfresco, bbq area, patio, fence

shane_moore27
Shane Moore added this to CarrowMacBrien11 June 2021

The problem with a lot of outdoor spaces is they're only designed for summer. No firepits or ways to enjoy fresh outdoors with a blanket and a transparent umbrella.. While I don't like the wood, I appreciate the effort to keep people dry

lbaily
Laura added this to decking16 May 2021

cosy and comfy for summer evenings! bit of a pain in winter though...?