Rooms Outside the House: From Gazebos to Garden Rooms

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Harper Collins, Sep 20, 2005 - Architecture - 183 pages
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Rooms Outside the House presents an innovative range of building types for rooms and freestanding structures that will extend the living space of your home.

Building structures beyond the walls of your home can be an inexpensive yet creative way to expand and enhance your living space. Rooms Outside the House presents a broad range of projects encompassing a variety of purposes such as pool houses and saunas, dining and entertaining rooms, and even freestanding private libraries, all built to blend into your home's garden space.

Featuring the work of top architects such as Bolin Cwynski, Miro Rivera Architects, Hanranhan and Meyers, Frank Harmond, and more, Rooms Outside the House provides beautiful full-color photography and detailed architectural plans that are sure to inspire new ways of thinking about your home and garden space.

 

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Contents

FOREWORD
6
BARNS POOL HOUSE
12
GUEST HOUSE PARTY BARN
20
BROADFORD FARMS PAVILION
28
EIERSON SAUNA
40
IVAINE DINING PAVILION
52
POOLSIDE GAZEBO
64
STJDIO GARAGE AND GUEST HOUSE
70
G _BERTBARKER POD
102
POL HOUSE AND DECK
110
HOME OFFICE
116
TAYLOR PAVILION 22
122
TEXAS POOL HOUSE I30
130
MUSIC STUDIO I42
142
WAINWR GHT WOOD STUDIO 50
160
POOLSIDE DINING
178

BG SHELTER
80
LOKEN BARN AND SAUNA
90

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About the author (2005)

James Grayson Trulove is an author, publisher, and editor of books on the subjects of architecture, landscape architecture, and garden design. His recent books include New Sustainable Homes, 25 Apartments and Lofts Under 2500 Square Feet, and Prefab Now. He resides in Washington, D.C., and New York.

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