“To create this peaceful retreat above bustling Center City Philadelphia, we selected natural materials and finishes to bring softness and comfort to what had been a barren rooftop,” says designer Barbara Eberlein. “Teak furniture does not need to be stored indoors during the winter,” she notes, and “direct sunlight is mitigated with enormous cantilever umbrellas.” Get the same effect in your own city sanctuary with a single umbrella and a cushy all-weather armchair.
This modern home is situated to take great advantage of its leafy, sunny site. Broad windows capture a view of tall trees and rolling terrain. A cantilevered deck adds design interest and outdoor living space.
This backyard covers various purposes with grace and efficiency. The areas right off the house are primarily for relaxing and entertaining and include a pool, patio and a cantilevered deck. Stairs lead down to a lower level garden, featuring a pretty range of drought-tolerant plants.
The ocean bluff side of the house is a narrow strip designed and installed with strictly low impact uses. A cantilevered deck, native plants, dry-laid pavers and a bocce court bring the living outside. On a clear day, the homeowners watch pelicans fishing, hang gliders drifting by at eye level and surfers in the white water from their breakfast table.
A small deck with sweeping views of the Hollywood hills provides a romantic, relaxing spot for dining and entertaining. The site allowed for construction of a cantilevered infinity pool with an integrated hot tub.
The studio/pool house is actually a freestanding structure, but it feels connected to the main house because of a wood-clad accent wall. Pergolas cantilever out over the deck providing shade and visual interest.
This hillside project allowed for a unique, cantilevered infinity pool and spa. A tiled deck and surround offer access to the pool and hot tub, and two patio areas provide uninterrupted views of the Hollywood hills.
This incredible outdoor space has all the razzle dazzle of a futuristic fantasy. Decks and terraces are cantilevered atop one another. The infinity pool gets underwater cube stools and purple lighting.
The cantilevered bed pavilion is clad in dark wood, and anchors the space — a central object around which everything revolves. A dark wood floor and wood stair treads lead through and around the apartment, spiraling up onto the wood deck at the roof.
Terraced outdoor space makes the most use of the mountainside location of this Phoenix home. A soaking pool and pool deck are located just below the home's covered walkway and infinity hot tub. Steps lit from beneath by LED lighting appear to float beneath the cantilevered second-story addition to the home.