Outdoor Architecture

From spaces of entertainment, outdoor lighting and garden furniture – outdoor architecture is based on the assumption that the design of your outdoor space is equally important as inside. 

Through the power of social media, homeowners have become more aware of what architects in European countries are doing.  Granted, climate may be different, but through thoughtful design initiatives, everyone should have access to the great outdoors.

In this blog, Unboxxed reveals some of our favourite design initiatives, by leading companies, passionate about bringing you maximum enjoyment of the outdoors.

1. Create a patio area – strategically positioned to maximise sunlight.  The Modular patio area by Renson Outdoor consists of louvered roof with tilting Aluminium blades  which can be rotated to control protection from the sun and rain.  For Northern Ireland suppliers contact Daly Renewables. 

2. Exterior lighting should be functional and astatically pleasing.  Light up your outside living space for BBQs and get togethers.  For ideas check out Lighting Direct.

3. Consider an outdoor feature design.  We love Richard Murphy Architects example of outdoor architecture which uses board-marked concrete shuttering to create a gorgeous focal point.   If you like this, or would like to create concrete wall poetry, check out Brick and Stone which operates throughout Ireland 

4. Enjoy the outdoors in more comfort with a rattan exterior furniture set from D&S Furniture.  Comfort and style are both essential to enjoying the outdoors.

5. Consider some quality paving to create a functional outdoor space.  Check out AG Outside Rooms for more inspiration.