16,838 integrated irrigation and lighting Home Design Photos

Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
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garden integrated into an existing landscape where it serves as a focal point.
and drip irrigation are ideal. The slow rate and direct-to-soil application translates into reduced evaporation, overspray and runoff, which, in turn, translate into reduced water use and weed growth. If you’ve already got an irrigation system, now’s a good time to give it a tuneup. Station by station,
smart irrigation timer now? You’ll get plenty of savings at this peak water-use time of the year — and maybe a rebate from your local water provider.
Water deeply and less frequently. Light, frequent waterings will simply encourage shallow roots, which will not serve your plants well in times of
had an irrigation system put in. The yard is nicer, the plants are healthier and life is easier.Your turn: What small fixes are you glad you added — or sorry you didn't add?More: 100 Contractor Tips Every Homeowner Should Read
“Soaker hoses in beds” — gam04
Amy Woodward
Flowers-garden 021.jpg
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genius irrigation + good use of pipe
Green houses, irrigation
Irrigated Hoop House
Irrigation!! And the hoop structures.
hoop house top irrigation
Irrigation system....Irrigation idea...Irrigation ideas...flood lights
“ทำโครงเหล็กให้พาดสายยางรดนำ้” — jinnylee2014
Architectural Gardens, Inc
4 Reviews
Lake Bluff, IL Modern Garden
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sun to light shade, and although it is drought tolerant once established, it does best with some consistent irrigation. Native to Eastern Asia, liriope is adapted to many parts of the United States, and can handle light foot traffic on occasion. Growing tip: Place plantings 1 foot apart and lightly
sun to light shade, and although it is drought tolerant once established, it does best with some consistent irrigation. Native to Eastern Asia, liriope is adapted to many parts of the United States, and can handle light foot traffic on occasion. Growing tip: Place plantings 1 foot apart and lightly mulch
sun to light shade, and although it is drought tolerant once established, it does best with some consistent irrigation. Native to Eastern Asia, liriope is adapted to many parts of the United States, and can handle light foot traffic on occasion. Growing tip: Place plantings 1 foot apart and lightly mulch
“wild” — Rana Singh
Loudon Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Joni L. Janecki & Associates, Inc.
Caterpillar House
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sits lightly on its site and connects outwards to the Preserve’s landscape. We located the structure at the lowest point between surrounding hills so that it would be as visually inconspicuous as possible. Rammed earth walls, built using earth excavated from the site, define outdoor living spaces
rainwater for irrigation and are a clear indication of water available for the landscape throughout the year. LEED Platinum certification. Photo by Joe Fletcher.
collection and irrigation is one of the many features that makes this home a home to strive for.
LEED house A rural home that is well integrated with its site can respond to the local natural environment and even contribute to the area's biodiversity and ecology
“Trees, wildflowers, native grasses” — ganzua
Calico Studio
Ames Lake Studio
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Harvesting rainwater is another really good way to save water. Using it to irrigate lawns and even as the source for graywater in your home would replace the need to use treated and conditioned water where it’s not needed.
it to irrigate lawns and even as the source for graywater in your home would replace the need to use treated and conditioned water where it’s not needed. And this is an easy DIY project. Rainwater barrels can be purchased at many retailers, and some water companies give them away for free. You can even
to lawn irrigation, for harvested rainwater include using it to wash cars, to fill swimming pools, as graywater for toilets, to fill fish ponds and, when treated, as potable water for daily use.
“Beautiful rain barrel.” — raymondcarl
PAUL CREMOUX studio
Casa CorManca
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used for irrigation and the bathrooms
courtyard and plant integration with modern lines is perfect
used for irrigation and the bathrooms.
A three-story vertical garden adds leafy beauty, helps cool the house and filters rainwater into a storm tank that's used for irrigation and the bathrooms.
used for irrigation and the bathrooms.
“Green wall” — flandersm
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Orchard
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system integrates with landscape (irrigation, and grey water)
wood, one light cocoa with concrete
water for irrigating
savings an integral feature
opportunity to integrate them into the design, using the concrete tanks as a wall that creates an entry court and acts as a noise barrier from the street.
light wood siding
“not sure is this is particularly attractive for a home exterior” — scanmod
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
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reduce irrigation needs - passive solar design that reduces heat gain in summer and allows for passive heating in winter - passive flow through ventilation provides natural night cooling, taking advantage of cooling summer breezes - natural day-lighting decreases need for interior lighting - fly ash
veneer, and integral color plaster are combined with strong horizontal roof lines that emphasize the expansive nature of the site and capture the “bigness” of the view. Large expanses of glass punctuated with a natural rhythm of exposed beams and stone columns that frame the spectacular views of the Santa
Pehar - Lighting Design Conrado Co. – General Contractor Marion Brenner – Photography
“Earthy modern” — jimdeclaire
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