stepped up section of the patio and not hte stairs to the house. I',m not entirely sure what you mean by pattern. The patio layout was shown on the plan but there was not a pattern for the steps. The installers took it from there and brought it to life.
trees and landscape features. The remainder of the addition is wrapped in stained cedar siding that flows seamlessly onto the attached deck and surrounds the precast concrete
dipping pool. Paint colors create a lively palette that, even from the street, provides clues of what the backyard holds. Phase two
windows up high - would work with a bathroom up front with front addition
lets more light in than typical overhanging roof
who grew up in the home. The original detached garage was failing.
Mosby architects worked with the architect's original drawings of the home to create a new garage that matched and echoed the style of the home, from roof slope to brick color. Several pieces from the original garage were salvaged to be
garage. New landscaping was part of this design-build project by Mosby Building Arts.
Photos by Mosby Building Arts.
a new landscape design for the garden in the rear.
As natives of Brooklyn who loathed the darkness of traditional row houses, we were driven to infuse this space with abundant natural light and air by maintaining an open staircase. Only the front wall of the original building was retained because the
permit light to illuminate the home and afford views into the garden, which is located on the south side of the site and benefits from copious quantities of sunlight.