Industrial Deck Design Ideas
When the pergola structure got to the large oak we notched it around the tree. We replaced the single entry door with twelve feet of glass to connect the inside to the outdoors and make the small living room feel bigger.
PHOTO: Ignacio Salas-Humara
Proyecto realizado por Meritxell Ribé - The Room Studio
Construcción: The Room Work
Fotografías: Mauricio Fuertes
Complete backyard renovation from a traditional cottage garden into a contemporary outdoor living space including patios, decking, seating, water and fire features. Plant combinations were selected relative to the architecture and environmental conditions along with owner desires.
river stones / vocanic rock - rachaelcorcoran
A necessity for every beach house is an outdoor shower.
Corrugated steel clads the walls of this outdoor shower to create an industrial outdoor feature.
Located under the main deck, this outdoor shower provides home owners with a great space to rinse off after a day on the sandy beach and prevents sand from being tracked inside.
Outdoor shower - luke_senior
Outside kitchen window could put pergola with glass over part of it to make sheltered area between kitchen and bedroom? - clan_candy
This shipping container office has installed louver vents to help circulate the air flow. Louver vents can be adjusted to open and close when necessary. This shipping container office has installed bamboo flooring on the outside porch. This custom built porch provides plenty of space for outside furniture to lounge on during lunch hours. We also offer the option to put your companies logo on the side!
Our client wanted a modern industrial style of backyard and we designed and build this outdoor environment to their excitement. Features include a new pool with precast concrete water feature wall that blends into a precast concrete firepit, an Ipe wood deck, custom steel and Ipe wood arbor and trellis and a precast concrete kitchen. Also, we clad the inside of the existing fence with corrugated metal panels.
Photography: Daniel Driensky
Photography by John Gibbons
This project is designed as a family retreat for a client that has been visiting the southern Colorado area for decades. The cabin consists of two bedrooms and two bathrooms – with guest quarters accessed from exterior deck.
Project by Studio H:T principal in charge Brad Tomecek (now with Tomecek Studio Architecture). The project is assembled with the structural and weather tight use of shipping containers. The cabin uses one 40’ container and six 20′ containers. The ends will be structurally reinforced and enclosed with additional site built walls and custom fitted high-performance glazing assemblies.