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Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
concrete stepping pads, Ipe' deck, water feature, grasses
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Yes, that is 1/8" steel edging. There is a base of crushed rock under pebbles.
Is that a metal trim that holds the rocks from the dirt and what are the rocks sitting on to keep them from sinking in?
The rocks and the borders around the rocks.
1/8" steel edging holding rocks in
PRO Huettl Landscape Architecture Yes, that is 1/8" steel edging. There is a base of crushed rock under pebbles.
“Rocks” — RM Elite, Inc.
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Geodome for the garden, Natural Boulder sets and beautiful garden
Ideabooks725
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Geodome for the garden, Natural Boulder sets and beautiful garden
Mixing different sized rocks for movement
Big rocks, dimension
landscaping rock mulch mix
Rock garden...rock garden #4...use of rocks, plant...river rock...outdoor lighting
“Big rocks, dimension” — l_halter
GRADY-O-GRADY Construction & Development, Inc.
8 Reviews
Laguna Hills Country French Manor
Ideabooks4,275
Questions2
What's the name of the rock used outside
Love the outdoor lighting on this
Love the path and the round garden bed.
subtle, soft lighting -- not in your face
pathway, perhaps from front. great lighting. distinct seperation of areas.mixing of medium
without looking overgrown or excessive. lighting to highlight areas
“Front door” — Ellen Craig
South Coast Architects, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Spanish Revival/ Spanish Colonial
Ideabooks2,613
Questions4
out door ground with garden strips
The lighting really sets the mood
We need some mood lighting in courtyard
blue mood lighting water feature, nice
I like everything except the lighting.
Solar color lighting
Lights in water tree
courtyard fountain with lights
Part of garden area...Garden lighting...Backyard lighting...Blue Lighting...Like lighting...love lighted water...fountain lighting
“exterior porch opening to water feature” — Sandra Bonifas
Tatum Building Corp
Tate Ln #2
Ideabooks3,097
Questions4
Light stone and brick with dark shutters
Rock lining garden...Rocks along walkway...Rock Border...Brick rock combo...Brick and rock...Walkway and garden...Rock and brick...Lights on front...Light brick
“brick” — rheptner
Ecotones
6 Reviews
Blakely
Ideabooks552
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Steps, rocks, mulch, plants, lighting. It all blends well together.
the rock walkway with grasses around
large flat rocks mixed with small to cover drainage area
No cement just rocks.
Grass and rock steps
path river Rock proofs
Rocks in sunny place
multi-colored rocks and
Multicolored big rocks
Rock steps...rock garden...river rock...Round rocks...Rocks and steps...Pavers and rocks...The rock landscape...river rock...landscape lighting
“Natural path” — aschassberger
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
From Pre-Fab to Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,923
Questions1
where did you purchase the garden orb?
The circle in the middle. small rocks, bird bath and then flowers around it.
put birdhouse in a small garden enclosure
How I love this sculpture! Beautiful garden interest.
Love the feel of this area of the garden looking back at the house. Notice it is mostly just greenery... not much
This is the view from just outside the studio across the gardens to the main house. This view also shows you just how successful the team was in making the house look like it had grown over the years.
“like the iron statue” — scopaken
Melocco and Moore Architects
Birchgrove House
Ideabooks1,148
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features of the original building to then act as a backdrop to a new living pavilion to be located within the rear garden. This new pavilion is also used to capture water for reuse, provide good light and cross ventilation, and to control the western sun. The pavilion is deliberately separated from the existing
existing building by a central courtyard to create a private outdoor space that is accessed directly from the kitchen allowing solar access to the rear rooms of the original dwelling. The new kitchen was designed within the original kitchen wing to become the central pivot point of the house; providing
on the NORTH side, facing backyard not marsh, would give lots of indirect light, some morning light (b/c it's really north-northeast), keep out super-glare of southern/western sun, AND slope roof towards south for possible solar panels.
“Skilion look windows” — philpracomau
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