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The courtyard containing the tree also features a winding staircase (with railing) leading up to the pavilions. An ornamental stone structure with two small ponds adds another visual element to the circular patio. A rare flowering Tabebuia tree remained from the property’s original landscaping. Photo: Hughes Umbanhowar Architects
This sleek and minimalist courtyard features a low pond that flows into a border around the space. Another alpine white concrete slab appears to float over the pond. Dwarf papyrus springs up from the center of the pond and the surrounding plants reinforce the Asiatic themes throughout the garden. The timber bench, pictured here, hangs off the house and crosses a strip bed filled with liriopes.
A look into a stunning modern courtyard with a swimming pool. Retractible glass panels and a thoroughly modern design really open up the interior to this courtyard, blurring the line between indoors and out. The broad kitchen space inside can share the fresh air and sunlight of the landscape with the pool area.
Lovely Japanese style indoor courtyard with a modern design. The minimalistic appeal is present in the use of space between the potted plants and is emphasized by the bold black frames surrounding the windows and corners of the white wall. The wood accent gives a nice organic appeal. When you see it... Architect’s Firm: Archidance Photo credits: Momo Kitagawa
Modern indoor courtyard that blends in well with the stylish contemporary design architecture of the Ranch by VSHD design. This small courtyard is minimalistic and features large plants and a patch of grass. The black and white theme of the house extends to the courtyard so the green on the indoor plants pops out nicely. Photographer: Koen Van Damme Press distribution: v2com
This courtyard design was made to fit lifestyle that was mostly outdoors, a theme prevalent in the design of the Verandah house by Arphan Shah. This courtyard idea features a simple garden which is complemented by the surrounding wooden accents. Tap for a better view and explore the rest of the home. #CourtyardIdea #CourtyardGarden #CourtyardDesign Architect: Arpan Shah (Modo Designs) Photos: Bharat Aggarwal