Modern Outside Spaces: Blurring the Lines Between Outside and Inside

All these are a few of the best outside spaces that are modern. I chose all of them in metro Atlanta, mainly on the Modern Atlanta 2008 Home Tour (just the very best picture isn’t from mentioned tour).

While I I can not stand that aged “Deliver the Outside In!” omnipresent exclaimation, all of these areas have totally obscured the lines between inside and outside, be it with Saarinen rocking chairs on a front porch, or a 2 story garage door that opens between a sitting room and a veranda.

By the way, this yr the Modern Atlanta Tour is on May 16th and 17th; I suggest heading both times!

That is my Lily’s home. I blogged about her Sambo-developed add-on, about observing the interior pining, and the post was seen by her and encouraged around me. Here is the first dairy barn component of the home, using a fresh tin roof

This home had a 2-tale garage door that opened between the lawn as well as the family room. The the next couple of images are from that lawn. This residence was on the Modern Atlanta 2008 Home Tour.

I really like the line of the pavers involving the hardwood flooring that is outside along with the indoor flooring. Itis an enjoyable flip flop of flooring; the interior has a veranda flooring as well as the exterior has a family area floor.

I really like that great attention was paid by the designer to transitions and little details in this lawn.

The water seems to be going from inside to outside well. This lawn was therefore nicely-considered. The sound of the water also helped to drown out the sounds of the ‘hood…

It is a roof deck in the Fourth Ward in Atlanta. This residence was on the Modern Atlanta 2008 Home Tour.

It is a little detail on a roofdeck in Atlanta. I simply adore the idea to include this geometric and textural combination and the tiny round pebbles.

You know, I do not understand just what was going on in this back yard, all I know is it was dug by me. It turned out to be just a little oasis in the Fourth Ward of Atlanta.

I will be a sucker to get a trough. It’d great bones, although this lawn was a workinprogress.

Not only was this a fantastic entrance after I experienced the walkup to the front entrance, it seemed stunning in strategy when looking down in the roof deck on it. I lucked out when I took my shot, the guy was leaving; he is a scale figure that was great!

It is a master container thought – containers that are such price at large box home stores next-to-nothing – they’re paint troughs. Assess Home Depot or Low E to get various pails that are great shaped – I use them to stash all sorts of stuff round your house. Provided that they’re on a ledge above eye level, they appear contemporary and fantastic, as well as your mess is concealed! However , I digress…poke some holes in the underside and fill the bottom layer with gravel in the event that you would like to reproduce this planter thought.

Sharp geometry is used by adore the way this outside space with outside feels like grass. It is got an Alice In Wonderland vibe going on.

Sagan / Piechota Architecture

Feldman Architecture, Inc.

Feldman Architecture, Inc.

William Duff Architects, Inc.