194,213 feature water Home Design Photos

Envision Landscape Studio
10 Reviews
Garnet Residence
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colored concrete wall begins at the main water feature and weaves to the south west corner of the yard where water once again emerges out of a 4” stainless
pewter colored concrete wall defining and retaining earth around it. A water feature is the backdrop to this outdoor room extending the flooring material
wall, a warm western red cedar bench extends perpendicular out from the water feature on the outside of the slate patio maximizing seating space in the limited
three playful stainless steel spouts that spill water into a large basin. Koi Fish, Gold fish and water plants bring a new mini ecosystem of life, and
Where can I find scupper/water spouts like these? Thanks!
grease pencil to mark the water level, then check the mark 24 hours later. If the water feature has lost more than ¼ inch of water, it may have a leak.Next:
“loud water feature” — ajabraha
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Maher
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There is a small pump that recirculates the water to the spout only. The top of the planter has a separate irrigation and drainage system.
BUILD YOUR OWN WATER FEATUREC-section spoutsAnother great low-cost water feature is to find an old, recycled piece of ‘c section’
installation, where water drops in a single stream from the edge of a tall, narrow metal planter into a concrete bowl below. Incorporating water into planters
Water is a common element in a modern landscape, but don't expect a rock-filled waterfall or a naturalistic garden pool. Instead, you'll find something
built into wall feature, using I beam...water feature on side of wall
“BUILD YOUR OWN WATER FEATURE C-section spouts Another great low-cost water feature is to find an ol” — Louise Anderson
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Grand Rapids Exterior
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Is the water stagnant or circulating? How does it stay so clear/clean? Love everything about this landscape!
water feature!!!!! love this! but would want something pouring into it for the water sound
Stones in water feature that could be used inside or outside.
finished as an extension of the architecture. The sheet of water slides over the edge of the water feature into a recessed channel at its base, creating a small
clear, still water reflects the surrounding garden. The raising and separating of the rill by the use of a surround of cobbles makes a real feature of the rill
Water features. The true depth of a stone’s color shines through when the stone is wet, making cobbles, pebbles and paddle stones beautiful choices
is used in the water feature ?
“Water features. The true depth of a stone’s color shines through when the stone is wet, making cob” — jverwijs
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
Lake House
Ideabooks19,722
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Rain water is channeled through a perforated pipe to create a waterfall. The water then is channeled into rain water reserve tanks under ground. Photo:
Must have one! How, where does the water drain off? Recirculate?
mjlopez1983, The rain water is stored in a cistern, and re-used for the water feature, (and irrigation). We never have water shortage in Seattle. But
are in a dry area, you can set up your system to be supplemented by city water. You can also have a switch on the system to turn on and off the waterfall
So, the amount of water coming down the waterfall (or the time it lasts falling) depends on how much
built in water feature- it would help cool the area in summer too.
Genius - backyard water feature, Sea
“fountain” — Jeri Lavitt
Thuilot Associates
Palo Alto Residence
Ideabooks8,767
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Water Feature - who the manufactures please?
This is a custom water feature. The piece was very costly.
This is a custom steel water feature for this project. We designed the feature and had a steel
this water feature basin is 9'-0 x 5'-6." The height of the steel sculpture piece is about 4'-0."
Thanks! The approximate size of this water feature
water sculpture like Oskar or VMFA?
“Back garden” — antjievdh
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Shell Beach Residence
Ideabooks2,139
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water spout feature on planter wal
Water feature...Water spout for wall feature...Water spout...Water element...Simple water feature
“Fuente” — cata1961
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks2,739
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Where did you get the water fountain from?
I like the design along with the water fountain.
The curved granite water wall was purchased from Stone Forest, then inserted in a custom built basin
“Shimmering water feature” “Raised bronze water feature” “Beautiful custom water feature” “water fall steel...water wall...water feature...water wall ?.
..water element...Water wall Pebbles...Slim wall water...cool water feature...water feature” “water” — susangreif
“Water Feautre Option” — moyopailath
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
Marrying Elegant Design & Sustainability
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Contractor: Robert Hanss, Inc. Steel Fabrication: Wovensteel and Richard Duca Water Systems: Pond Creations by Sean Photo by Susan Teare.
How long is the stream and does a pump bring the water back to the wat
Thanks for your question. The whole water feature is actually two recirculating systems. The upper stream, in the hand rill seen in the back of this photo
approximately 60 feet long. There is a pump in the water basin that is shown here to bring the water back to the top. The stream in the foreground is part
part of the second system and has a second pump to recirculate water. This stream is approximately 30 feet long. It was complex but a lot of fun to figure
Love the built in water creek.
“The rill then carries water throughout the remainder of the space. A cohesive sense of place is esta” — jverwijs
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