Compound Wall Designs & Ideas
Yankee Barn Homes
Yankee Barn Homes - Bennington Carriage House
Living areas opening up to connect to garden and swimming pool.
Frank Shirley Architects
Photo by Randy O'Rourke
Sean Papich Landscape Architecture
Photography by Sean Papich and Monty & Nan Abbott
John McDonald Company
A beautifully designed classical anglo carribean home. It features arch transoms over french doors flanked by matching balconies and porches
Conte & Conte, LLC
Conte & Conte, LLC landscape architects and designers work with clients located in Connecticut & New York (Greenwich, Belle Haven, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Fairfield, Southport, Rowayton, Manhattan, Larchmont, Bedford Hills, Armonk, Massachusetts)
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
Angle Eye Photography
Overlooking a lake, this colonial house underwent a significant expansion and renovation. Keeping a portion of the original house intact, the expansion provided the owners with an indoor/outdoor pool, media room, home office, and master bedroom and bath suite. Photo Credit: Dan Walsh
WA Design Architects
Copyrights: WA design
In the renovation and addition to this home in Falls Church VA, exterior hard-scapes and garden spaces surround the house while the spaces within the home are made larger and are opened up to the forestall views surrounding the home. When walking on the pathway one crosses the many thresholds along the exterior that help to separate and create new intimate garden spaces. Steel, concrete, and wood come together in this intricate walkway system comprised of slatted screen fences, a guiding pergola overhead, and a hard-scaped pathway. The changes in grade, volume, and materiality allow for a dynamic walkway that runs both to the new entry and continues to the rear patio where it then terminates at the patio access of the home. The master bedroom is extruded out over the lower level into the rear of the house and opened up with tall windows all along two sides. A more formal entry space is added at the front with full height glass bringing in lots of light to make for an elegant entry space. Partitions are removed from the interior to create one large space which integrates the new kitchen, living room , and dining room. Full height glass along the rear of the house opens up the views to the rear and brightens up the entire space. A new garage volume is added and bridged together with the existing home creating a new powder room, mudroom, and storage.
Jacob Elliott Photography
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
With the careful use of a few simple but massive walls, the house, its adjacent grounds, and the site are organized into four simple quadrants for approach, arrival, entertaining and privacy. Each quadrant affords its own special views across the varied landscape. An aperture in the wall separating the entry from the private bedroom quarter frames a view of the garden in the foreground and a typical western New York meadow in the background. Photo: Ben Rahn
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
Photos by Bob Greenspan