This contemporary breezeway offers shelter from both the rain and the sun. Notice, too, how thoughtfully the space was designed, with slats that allow for natural light and stone siding that's as durable as it is elegant.
A breezeway connects the two sections of this modern home — the larger section housing the main living, dining and sleeping areas. The smaller structure contains a garage, a wood shop, an art studio and a guest bedroom.
The house's black trim was meant to serve as an anchor and a complement to the lighter colored stone exterior. A large arched window looks into the great room and all the way through the house; there's a matching arched window on the back wall.
For a seamless transition from one part of the home to the next, the architects installed an outdoor breezeway enclosed in glass. Industrial light fixtures keep the space well-lit and ensure that the interior and exterior feel cohesive.
This contemporary living space is nestled into a protected breezeway, and a bedroom beyond features a sliding glass wall that opens it to the home's outdoor spaces. A stone walkway connects each space to the pool and courtyard.
Situated in a natural clearing of a large grove of aspen trees, this Wyoming home's landscape design makes the most of its wetlands and natural water courses. A breezeway connects the front drive, barn and main house.
The beauty is in the design for this transitional home office: it spans a breezeway, connecting two sides of the house. The office has a wall-length desk with plenty of storage space to ensure great workflow.
Set in a breezeway outside this Mediterranean-inspired home is a comfortable outdoor living area. Yellow-and-orange striped cushions add bright color to brown latticework furniture. French doors seamlessly blend the indoors and out.
Following that concrete path leads visitors to a wood landing, where they can either go upstairs or continue straight ahead to the water. This breezeway also accommodates ocean winds and allows for proper aeration.