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Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Dry Creek Valley Home - A Pool For Sharing
Ideabooks3,420
Questions2
This would be a perfect question for our Landscape Architects who did this project : Arterra Landscape Architects 88 Missouri Street San Francisco, CA 94107 (415) 861-3100
hill side landscape, would look great on the hill by the pool
landscape for back hill, big plants
It is always best to go with the natural landscaping.
“Bank landscaping” — nicklekitty
AHBL
Brighton Beach Estate
Ideabooks4,896
Questions1
how do you keep the dirt from washing down the hill. I love this so much and have a small slope on a small hill that I have planted but the dirt washed down even with some rocks placed here and there?
Love the lawn going up to a raised landscaped area
The walkway up and the elevated landscaping
this is what I want my hill to look like : )
Landscape - stones slopped hill
“Rocks down mulch covered hillside for retention? with shrubbery...” — Rachel Strong
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Entry Garden
Ideabooks1,479
Questions5
I don't know if I like the landscape design, but it does make
Backyard landscape ?
Landscape a slope clean look
Gives pop to your landscape
Backyard landscaping ideas
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
Front hill?...Xeriscape on hill...Hill above stone...Planting on a hill...landscape hill!...Good for hills...Sloping landscaping
“different color of mulch with red brick house” — janewangyh
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Roger Washburn Landscape Architecture
Wellesley, MA Garden
Ideabooks2,606
Questions2
landscaped slope and stairs leading to flat lawn area on top end of orchard
Hillside landscaping
sloped landscaping idea
Hill side landscaping
look at that hosts hill
Roger Washburn Landscape Architecture
side landscape...Landscape for hill...hill idea...Hill Landscaping...backyard hill?...sloped landscape...landscaped slope...Landscape 1...landscape idea...Hillside landscape
“slope” — markms12
VerdeScape Inc
Encinitas Out Door Kitchen
Ideabooks1,236
Questions0
The hill but with cement bleachers.
Steep bank landscape
Landscaping on a hill
Retaining wall and landscaping
Retaining wall landscape
Planter boxes up on hill
hillside landscaping
terraced landscaping
hill plantings...Landscape timber...Back hill...Hill side...Backyard hill...Hill use...landscape timbers
“Different Textures of materials, wood, stone, stucco” — rntjae1
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
Ideabooks7,046
Questions2
of native plants. Here in the Midwest, I use a different palette of plants, but the effect is the same. Sweet fern finds its way into almost every landscape I design. It is a great nitrogen fixer also.
love the natural look of the stones embedded into hill and greenery
love the use of natural material and landscape on the hill side
Ferns on hill Steps look easy and inexpensive
stone stairs. we could plant manzanita on our hill.
Plants, trees and shrubs used to make this hill picturesque
“Steps” — nicklekitty
Susan Hunter Interiors
Historic Renovation
Ideabooks3,235
Questions0
Susan Hunter Interiors Daniel hunter AIA landscape design Hunter architecture ltd. San Francisco Boston
the unterraced/unfinished hill area of yard. concept being to welcome kids/people up the hill for 'adventure'
* sitting area on top of hill *
Sitting area at top of hill
Love the "in the woods on the hill" idea
Rustic steps and stones...using the natural landscape
“Sitting area up top” — caseyjades
Kerrie L. Kelly
45 Reviews
Architecture Walk: Exterior Styles and Palettes
Ideabooks7,251
Questions8
quite colorful on the inside, but less so on the exterior. New England homes reflect the area's traditional values, rich history and landscape of rolling green hills, slate-colored mountains and subdued gray waters. New Englanders prefer a conservative palette for exterior siding, and pick lighter shades
“front door overhang” — eicronin22
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