March 17, 2015
Split Level Deck with Staircase and Timber Framed Pergola
This split-level timber deck follows the contour of the landscape, with the pergola sitting on high ground with steps leading from it down to a lower level deck area with a swimming pool.
The top level Merbau deck with a gable pergola.
The pergola features a lined ceiling with combined recessed and overhanging lighting fixtures.
Recessed planters around the deck break the monotony of the timber decking.
The pergola looks over the lower deck, with timber stairs leading to and from it.
Access between both decks is via a timber stairway.
The lower deck’s main feature is the swimming pool, which counter-balances the pergola structure on the upper deck.
Stone planters break the monotony of the timber decking and soften the boundary between the upper and lower decks.
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