Two Verandas by Swiss architect Gus Wüstemann, who used raw concrete, oak and travertine to create the smooth walls and floors of this home and pool house overlooking Lake Zurich. The pool pavilion is clad in timber. (Photo by Bruno Helbling)
Belgravia House in London by Todhunter Earle. Even though this is a rooftop garden, the design show would be excellent for any long, narrow yard. Great way to break up the space by making different "zones"!
2 Verandas Gus Wüstemann Architects Zurich A cutout in the terrace brings daylight to an open-air room on the ground floor. This space connects to the main living area by a sliding glass wall and features concrete benches and a square void for plants.