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Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Sun Valley
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trees to act as a low-tech air conditioner for the entire property, creating a cool zone; breezes can then distribute coolness throughout the property and around the house.
Funnel breezes through your property. Plant a row of trees on one side of the house and a wall on the other side of the house,
encourage stronger cooling breezes through the property and around the house. You can also plant a grove of trees to act as a low-tech air conditioner for the entire property, creating a cool zone; breezes can then distribute coolness throughout the property and around the house.
"Funnel breezes through your property. Plant a row of trees on one side of the house and a wall on the other
encourage stronger cooling breezes through the property and around the house. You can also plant a grove of trees to act as a low-tech air conditioner for the entire property, creating a cool zone; breezes can then distribute coolness throughout the property and around the house."
“gravel with grasses” — Davis Landscape Design LLC
Erik Block Design Build LLC
Bridge
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That is a very cool bridge that could work well on my property. How is it anchored and do you have anymore pictures of it?
Awesome if had a crick on property
Suspension bridge. If you have a creek or pond on your property, make it into a destination with a striking bridge like the one shown here. A suspension bridge is unexpected
you have a creek or pond on your property, make it into a destination with a striking bridge like the one shown here. A suspension bridge is unexpected in a backyard and adds architectural interest.
Suspension bridge. If you have a creek or pond on your property, make it into a destination with a
A SUSPENSION BRIDGE??? If you have a creek or pond on your property, make it
“Bridge” — kpmcqueen
Landscape Design Associates of Westchester, Inc.
Varios Plantings
Ideabooks1,951
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maybe some big clusters of sea grass for screening of rear of property. Fill in with lower plant material that covers soil completely. Keeps in water and reduces irrigation costs. We don't want white variegated grass
eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller
green border for edges of property
eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller
“plants” — Kath Stavrellis
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Bernal View Garden
Ideabooks5,372
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you’ve got a small square spot to deal with, San Francisco landscape architect Rich Radford suggests turning paving in a lateral direction to your property line to create more hardscape space.
you’ve got a small square spot to deal with, San Francisco landscape architect Rich Radford suggests turning paving in a lateral direction to your property line to create more hardscape space. For the 25-foot by 30-foot backyard seen here, he shifted the paving 45 degrees to get more surface area.
More From Your Small Backyard #3. Play with the angles. If you’ve got a small square spot to deal with, turning paving in a lateral direction to your property line can create more hardscape space. For the 25-foot by 30-foot backyard seen here, the paving was shifted 45 degrees to get more surface area.
“backyard, tile & wood mix, succulents” — weseisses
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Sunset Overlook
Ideabooks1,489
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cut off views to and from adjacent properties and enhance privacy while maintaining a view out. Here it also breaks up the composition of the planar wall.
Used in a wall application, a taller bar height will work to cut off views to and from adjacent properties and enhance privacy while maintaining
bar grating used as a wall application, a taller bar height will work to cut off views to and from adjacent properties and enhance privacy
light entering the space behind and provides privacy. Used in a wall application, a taller bar height will work to cut off views to and from adjacent properties and enhance privacy while maintaining a view out. Here it also breaks up the composition of the planar wall.
“garage door” — benmackey
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
Copper cladding exterior
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Fougeron wanted to avoid having any vents poking out of the main house’s roof. The green roof also covers a separate bedroom and bathroom, where the property’s caretaker lives.
Fougeron wanted to avoid having any vents poking out of the main house’s roof. The green roof also covers a separate bedroom and bathroom, where the property’s caretaker lives.
“Land scaping” — Kemka enterprise
Robert Young Architects
entry
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LOVE the driveway and bushes. - The residence is composed of 2 properties the owners were able to acquire over time to really create the feeling of a genuine sprawling coastal campground - LOVE!!!!!
to the main house is lower and more understated, with the larger two-story portion of the home receding to the back of the property. The residence is composed of two properties the owners were able to acquire over time to really create the feeling of a genuine sprawling coastal compound.
entrance to the main house is lower and more understated, with the larger two-story portion of the home receding to the back of the property. The complex is composed of two properties the owners were able to acquire over time to really create the feeling of a genuine sprawling coastal compound.
“Roof with brown” — alihintelmann
SHED Architecture & Design
4 Reviews
Barn Conversion
Ideabooks2,304
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The property has about 50 acres, once devoted to grazing animals and gardens. When the owner purchased the farm, almost everything was out of working order, including this barn — one of several on the property. The client's own shingle-style cottage is nearby, making the barn the perfect place for a
The property has about 50 acres, once devoted to grazing animals and gardens. When the owner bought the farm, almost everything was out of working order, including this barn - one of several on the property. The client’s own coastal-style cottage is nearby
“Siding” — c_irene
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