Tim Cuppett Architects
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Courtyard contemporary-landscape
 

Courtyard

Glass is tempered and frosted, approximately 3/4" thick, Glazing installer set panels on steel tabs welded to steel columns, added gaskets; then steel column is skinned with wood.
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September 28, 2014
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Thank you Cat.....a confirmation that I don't know plants:)
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Cat Hudgins
No need to know plants when you produce designs of such beautifully elegant simplicity :-)
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February 19, 2014
Anthony Waggott wrote:
What are the dimensions of the glass panels and what was the spacing? - Looks great
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wow thanks for the quick reply
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I'm sorry that I don't have the source of the planter.
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January 7, 2014
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the glass panels are approximately 16" tall x 48" long
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These look very nice!
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Crepe Myrtle in early spring
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February 15, 2013
joshio1984 wrote:
Plant name at the base of the tree? - Looks like a juniper but what type please?
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Il Quadrato
This plant should be gladiolus a kind of flower
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Where did you get the pot from ?
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Absolutely, that's extremely helpful. Thank you so much!
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That is the fence of my dreams!
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Agreed! I've been toying with the idea for ages. My next project decided, Thanks!
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10 mm tempered etched glass would be strong enough
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It looks like a crepe myrtle to me?
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September 21, 2011
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Emily Hurley
It looks like glass to me. I wonder how acrylic would far in the sun after a while.
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I know you wrote this a year ago, Emily, but I think that most acrylic has serious UV inhibitors in it now...should work fairly well.
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July 30, 2011
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The panels are mounted within channels.
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July 20, 2013
rogalmb wrote:
Are the tempered glass panels available in Manitoba, Canada?
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Debra Prinzing added this to Landscapes Make a Privacy Statement
Opaque panels look like glass, but I suspect they are some kind of unbreakable material. By slightly spacing each horizontal panel, the designer created an interesting see-through effect. This detail pairs beautifully with the dark-stained wood posts and more traditional fencing at the left.
Not so simple to install yourself, these glass panels allow light into the garden yet maintain neutral colors on the boundaries. The timber posts holding the panels allow the hardness of the glass to link with the adjacent timber fencing.
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Block a Street ViewWhen your home is on a busy street, creating a peaceful backyard space begins with the right fence. If you want to allow some light in, pick a fence with small gaps between boards (or even a lattice-like design) and layer lush plantings on both sides to provide additional privacy. Or try a frosted glass design, as shown here. As with privacy fencing, it can be helpful to test out the fence height you are considering before you commit.
3. A mixed-materials fence. This glass, steel and wood fence incorporates three materials into a unified design. Architect Tim Cuppett says that the key element in bringing different materials together is that they “all reflect the same pattern and rhythm.”
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