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Michael Callan Landscape Architect
Most excellent waterfall and walk way
large stone across creek bed cost????
Natural bridge using the big slab of stone
Love the terracing and the stone bridge
waterfalls, trees, stones
Love the slab of stone
Walk space...stone bridge...Cool stone work!...walk way
flag stone walk way
Walkway stone pavers & gate
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
Rustic step-stones in moss pass between lush perennial plantings.
what is the moss between the stones & will it survive sun?
How do you keep the moss from growing on/over the stepping stones?
Nice integration of moss and stone, allows walking on stones in wet weather and moss in dry weather
Stone set over soil with planted joints costs much less and uses fewer resources than a grouted and mortared stone path. It also integrates well with the adjacent plantings while adding dimension, texture and
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We used bluestone treads and local stone available in upstate New York for the risers. We used weathered wood architectural shingles for this house although we have used black shingles on projects
step downs with stone & slab
windows on either side of the front door open? maybe not all the way to the floor, shorter and a tiny bit wider to open?
existing oak trees on the property.Wherever possible, Crisp emphasized energy efficiency, utilizing geothermal heating, soy insulation and old wood and stone. “Using reclaimed materials not only gives you a wonderful patina, it’s very green, without having it in your face,” he says.
French Provincial Home
French eclectic w/stone detailing and pinnacles
a way to use terrace on front of
pinnacles and stone detailing. A belt line and broken eave also convey a château impression. Note the brick veneer, which can be found on many examples throughout the style's history.
Façade recessed front door serving as covering. Stone surrounding front
Though this house could be considered French eclectic, an attempt has been made to imply a château by the use of pinnacles and stone detailing. A belt line and broken eave also convey a château impression. Note the brick veneer, which can be found on many examples throughout the style's history.
Stone Walk way
stone patio...stone walkway...Walk way...bluestone walk way
gennxo Interior Constuction Designer
the large flat stones are for stepping on to cross the creek that meets and pools there before running off down the mountain..
plants like the flag stone walk way as you exit the creek
stepping stones to cross the creek - containers of
large flat stepping stones
I love the look. does it affect the building in any way?
stepping stones in water
stepping stones...flag stone...stepping stones