Adolph Loos lived in an era when it was thought that the perfect patio required decorations. An Austrian architect was the first to look at it in a different way. He believed that design should be functional in the first place.
Stairs leading up to the house
The plot should be connected with the cottage, and it is vital. The water body in front of the window aperture sets up a contemplative mood, for reflection. Both structures – glass and water – reflect light, which creates balance and unites the patio with the room.
Link the house to the park, using the same building materials and ornamental trees and shrubs.
Custom gate installation
Use regular blocks to create desired effects. In the photo this material is soft landscaping.
Landscape architects Thomas and Roberto Burle Marx believe that home and yard should make up one space. Standard blocks are used for this purpose, perfectly suited to the modernist landscape and greatly reduce the cost of the work.
The roof of a modern home
Using traditional installations, you don't have to bind yourself with lawns and flowerbeds. In the photo we can see the colorful and modern green part, behind which the house is hidden.
The perfect landscape