As land costs soar, having a copious amount of outdoor space in which to enjoy the greener side of life is just a pipe dream for many of us, but these two homes with small courtyards show us how we can incorporate a natural space into our modern city central homes.
This impressive visualization by Iskander Khodzhaev uses a rich depth of color throughout it’s interior, which is picked up in the planting of an internal courtyard installation. A punchy red accent runs between the two spaces, visually tying them together with a cheerful tone.
The industrial look of this real home, designed by architect Terra E Tuma, undergoes a beautiful softening effect from the introduction of some natural beauty.
Above 6 photography by Pedro Kok
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