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The architects at Mexico-based Grupo Arquitectura wanted to create a space inspired by the concept of living in harmony with the natural environment, while still embracing contemporary, sustainable …

Bar Method

Horizontal sliding screens. Indoor/outdoor flow. Single main living space. Photo by: Joe Fletcher

Tribeca Loft

The residence is transformed by a relocated mezzanine featuring a sunken court which connects to the planted green roof garden above.

Most of us do not have the luxury of huge backyards and front yards- playing in the lawn with siblings, building a tree house, or making snow angels in chilly winters. Do not let your spirits down if your home is on the small side, or if there is little space in the backyard, you can still turn the tables around with the below ideas and convert it into a small garden worth flaunting. Remember – it’s not the quantity that matters, it’s the quality!

Soft calming neutrals in the furnishings and the great indoor/outdoor area, a natural extension of the kitchen/dining area. Interiors & garden by owner Liz Prater | renovation by Swell Homes Energy | Efficient new builds and extensions | DMax photography.