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JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
23 Reviews
Italian Modern
Ideabooks10,089
Questions4
Can you tell me the manufacturer of the cage light in the entry.
Love the light taupe stucco color
Building with landscaping works
the landscaper rocks!
like the landscaping
landscaped front yard
Colors and landscape
Entry Light...Nice landscaping...Pots and lights...natural landscape...rock landscape
“exteriors” — swpoe
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks2,232
Questions4
deck or landscape. http://www.houzz.com/photos/15121/Blasen-Gardens-mediterranean-landscape-san-francisco For a more industrial look, consider aluminum, stainless steel, or cor-ten steel. They are safe to use as planters and bring a new texture and style to a landscape that may be lacking the architectural
orary-landscape-other-metros http://www.houzz.com/photos/54283/Mangan-modern-patio-san-francisco http://www.houzz.com/photos/123753/Labyrinth-and-Landscape-contemporary-landscape-other-metros And of course, there is always stone, concrete, stucco, and other hard building materials. Your planters can
in your landscape, there are a lot of fun options to go with. From this photo, you can see that you can easily go with wood — redwood, ipe, or other outdoor strength woods are great for the traditional raised bed look. Using terracotta pots or other styles of landscape containers can be a unique approach
“Dark and light pathway” — christopheralan24
Blackwell Architecture Inc.
6 Reviews
Renovations
Ideabooks11,705
Questions5
Great flow of landscaping by the fence
backyard landscaping
Grasses and up lights
874 Backyard landscaping
backyard landscaping idea
Landscape #2...Landscaping to...landscape design
“Love the grasses. great shade gardening” — noradiana
Myron Greer Garden Design
5 Reviews
A Cottage Garden
Ideabooks1,295
Questions1
path lights
White and green landscaping
Landscaping for entrance
Landscape awesome...Landscape shrubs...Landscaping idea...The landscaping....front landscape
“Beautiful foundation planting in Charlotte” — carolincarolina
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks1,444
Questions1
I love the landscape. Drought resistant plants.
Landscape. Big trees. Variety
pool and landscaping
Light colored stack stone
Interiors & Landscape
good landscaping...gorgeous landscape...light color pavers...and landscape
“olive trees” — marnigable
Todd MacLean Outdoor Living
Designs By Todd MacLean Outdoor Living
Ideabooks97
Questions0
Want to include a small amount of landscape lighting
The eye is directed to the trees and the surrounding foliage to light up this amazing landscape. Down lighting from the trees into the shrubbery would be a nice addition.
night lighting...down lighting...nice lighting
“Landscaping” — jennktaylor
Sage Design Studios, Inc.
6 Reviews
Vegas Residence
Ideabooks5,026
Questions7
overall feel of the font landscape
Metal numbers stuck on rock, put lights behind it
Light tan stucco dark joinery
Landscape simplicity
colorful desert landscape
garden lights be purchased?
Steps with lights...Lights in steps...Desert landscape...rocky landscape...path lights
“Light tan stucco dark joinery” — simonrfenton
orlando comas, landscape architect.
10 Reviews
Hollywood Residence - 02
Ideabooks10,373
Questions4
Landscape architecture project by Miami based landscape architect Orlando Comas, member of American Society of Landscape Architects, licensed by State of Florida.
allow more light to go thru the canopy an into the grass and shrubs. There are several varieties o St. Augustine: Bitter Blue, Floralawn, Palmetto, Sapphire, Delmar, Raleigh, Common, Jade, Floratine, Floratam, and Seville. I suggest fir more technical information you contact the following: http://polkm
mixed light on the side of a house that abruptly shifts between full shade and direct sun throughout the day. You can gain shade by planting new trees and let in more light by hiring an arborist to thin branches and remove any undesirable trees.Beware of trees marketed as fast growing, as they're often
“Landscape” — tamarhc
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