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orlando comas, landscape architect.
10 Reviews
Hi Mr. Comas, I love the designs of landscapes that you have done. Have you ever used garden sculptures to give more natural accent of the landscape? Please check out mine. Ghofur
Thanks Orlando. I am glad to read some interaction between sculptures and landscape design, as I mostly work on sculptures, so need to now how they can add something to landscape design. Very nice. By the way, in couple of weeks, I am going to send few sculptures to a buyer in Michigan. If you happen
“steps to lawn” — BWM, Inc
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
perfect place for a cool refuge from hot summer days. A custom-made fountain is integrated into the wall, a bed of lush flowers is woven into the bluestone, and a view to the surrounding landscape is framed by the posts of the deck above. The rear patio is made of large bluestone pieces. Grassy seams
define the entrance to this enchanting outdoor room. This project earned Windsor Companies a Merit Award for Excellence in Landscape Design by the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association. Photos by Paul Crosby.
This intimate, interconnected landscape gives these homeowners three spaces that make being outside a joy. Low stucco walls create a courtyard near the front door that has as unique sense of privacy, making it a great place to pause and view the pond below. Under the deck the stucco walls wrap around
“grey shutters” — sueketch
Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
18 Reviews
Eastern Water + Light
two colors of rock in garden bed
garden wall and landscape ideas
Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
“Cute craftsman, like the house color and the stonework” — hugsandwhiskers
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Spanish Bungalow
- to my mind this is a bit too formal and would really have to lineup with the added posts, but it does both obscure the fence and not block the landscaping inside.
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture Save to Ideabook Email Photo Fragmented stone slabs laid out in a circular pattern create a courtyard effect even if you don't actually
This landscape designer used Dymondia margaretae, a durable South-African ground cover that does best in USDA Hardiness zones 9-11. "As ground cover, the main thing
something that's going to end up growing super high, so it doesn't cover the pavers," says Drew Sivgall, founder of Southern-California based AMS Landscape Design Studios. "Make sure whatever you use won't grow above four inches, or it's easy to mow down or trim." Next: 6 options to consider
“Ground” — stancollins
Aquascape Inc.
5 Reviews
Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
The landscaping with rocks is really nice. I like the different shades and leaf shapes.
Backyard stream and pond, nice landscaping
waterbody, landscape
“Planter un arbre côté lac” — lilycote67
Martin Bros. Contracting, Inc.
5 Reviews
Lakefront Elevation
Landscaping, open views, upper balcony
Levels of landscaping
Backyard landscape
“wheel chair ramp” — Jillian Popplewell
David Edrington, Architect
5 Reviews
Shingle exterior
Flower beds - simple with perrenials and mulch.
windows + shed dormer + landscaping
Edible landscape?
“Trim” — jsct
Envision Landscape Studio
9 Reviews
San Francisco
Consider SculptureGarden art adds an extra dimension to almost any landscape. Appropriate sculpture not only can decorate a space but can influence moods and challenge thinking.This Buddha does exactly what the designer of this garden had in mind: brings a sense of tranquility and relaxation to the space
“Zen landscape” — Vindra Shanmu
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