Contemporary design idea for carport parking, gazebo design with folding doors and transparent panels
A contemporary gazebo design with foldable transparent panels can add a nice touch to yard landscaping, blending the functionality and attractive look into a stylish outdoor structure. A multifunctional gazebo design with folding up doors can provide a shelter for a car and create a roofed outdoor seating area.
Lushome presents a unique, contemporary and multifunctional gazebo design for innovative car parking. Consisting of a roof supported on posts, traditional gazebo designs are great to have. The new design idea of a transparent gazebo with folding up doors offers a spectacular alternative to car parking.
The protected parking spot for your car and a sheltered outdoor seating area in contemporary style add a modern vibe to homes. The new concept of carport or garage parking, the Gazebox, www.gazebox.net/ gazebo design serves as transparent garage and gazebo, all in one. You can choose the look of movable panels, – carbon, wood, aluminum or stone.
Contemporary gazebo design and carport parking
The revolutionary folding system allows to put your car or motorcycle on display and use the gazebo for outdoor dining when the car is away. The special anti UV polycarbonate panels give protection from the sun, hail, rain, wind, ice, pets and birds.
Gazebox comes with two exit options and automatic opening. The gazebo design features easy installation and quick anchorage in the ground, and can be customized. The color can be integrated into the contemporary parking structure adding more aesthetic appeal to outdoor living spaces.
The gazebo system features powder painted and protected iron framework. Its roof is made with composite material with brushed aluminum finish, 4mm tick. Beautiful and durable, the contemporary gazebo design with folding doors is an excellent addition to modern homes.
The gazebo provides a large sheltered seating area for a family to dine or relax outdoors.
by Ena Russ
last updated: 23.07.2015
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