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Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
6 Reviews
Roscoe Village Retreat
Ideabooks1,563
Questions2
What is the name of stone? And where can I buy it?
I want to make a deck by this stone and could you tell me how to make it and how much cost this stone? I am living in Virginia so where is the right place to order this stone. Thank you
can check with Charles Luck for this stone.
The stone is bluestone. In the Chicago area
kind of like the stone and plants.
Lovely dark stone pathway and dark river
“floor” — avocraf82
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Ideabooks2,233
Questions0
Japanese dry river bed and an Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern. pattern. Photo credits:Dan Drobnick
Stones, wall, small metal roofed sleeping
This impressive stacked-stone figure on the path to a Japanese teahouse is based
This impressive stacked-stone figure on the path to a Japanese teahouse is based on the inukshuk, a landmark cairn long used by native Arctic peoples. But it does have hoodoo genes: The Inuit also created inukshuk-like markers with the design requirement that they always resemble figures.
“I like this kind of nature...rocks, trees, etc,” — susicrew
TERRIGENOUS Landscape Architecture
Bathhouse
Ideabooks5,004
Questions1
this bathhouse attempts to combine classic Japanese elements with the rich history of New England timber structures. Once you walk down the curved stone stairs and enter the building, an eight person hot tub allows one to float and look up into the Pine tree canopies through the roof. Scott Wunderle
we like the natural feel of stone work, vs man made perfectly manacured.
Love the separate cabana sanctuary and the stone path
Like the stone work. Stone steps
stone ladder.........with stone wall...........which looks awesome...........its pure nature.......
“yard” — klstyles
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks6,287
Questions9
What kind of stone is used ?
Can you tell us if this patio is out of real stone or porcelain tile a
Look in yellow pages under landscaping or stone supplier.
big stone incorporated into patio stones
Nice gravel, stone, rock and grass layout for yard
This patio is full of interest. Why? Because it exemplifies juxtaposition. The boulder rises from the stone patio like a volcano rises from the sea. Both the boulder
Combo of tile, stone and greenery
This patio is full of interest. Why? Because it exemplifies juxtaposition. The boulder rises from the stone patio like a volcano rises from the sea. Both the boulder and the pavers are related by means of material and share similar colors, but they differ
“asian style” — edmundsanpedro
Jesse Im/bugonmyleaf
1 Review
5609 Residence
Ideabooks10,314
Questions2
The fountain is from http://www.gardentemple.com/index.html. It's a limestone waterfall design.
stones along wall--curving to resemble creek
blue stones looking like a stream
like the separation treatment between the stones and the grass
Use of stone...Stone garden
“Bamboo fencing.” — picetti
Whitmores Landscaping
Zen Rock Garden
Ideabooks3,712
Questions1
What kind of stone is used for the walkway?
Pennsylvania Wall stone was the material used to build the rock walls.
stone wall border around crepe myrtles?
Live the dry stack stone beds.
Stones to raise gardens, grasses, shrubs and small trees mask the next leg of the journey.
Like low maintenance plantings, stone work and pebble path
What’s around the bend?Notice how the garden shown here is filled with interesting shapes and textures, provided by both the plant palette and the stone. The gravel underfoot creates another layer of depth by adding to the sense of exploration.
“Rock wall” — lguidry
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Ideabooks800
Questions0
cast bridge as an entry feature for the garden
hide swail cut with raised deck and stone spillway
balanced yet asymmetrical relationship. You could also try pots of maples and bonsai with a water basin, a buddha or a stone lantern. Avoid brightly coloured features and containers; stone, concrete and dark-coloured glazed pots suit the Japanese garden style best.
“Wood fence in back” — jonklopf
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
Ideabooks2,253
Questions2
10. Plan a maze. Looking for something completely different? Add a meditative element with your very own backyard maze. Mark out a space and fill it with gravel, then use smooth stones to create a curving maze.
smooth stones to create a curving maze.
Walk a labyrinth. Labyrinths have a long history among spiritual seekers. If you like the experience, why not make one of your own in the backyard? Use river stones, either
labyrinth. Labyrinths have a long history among spiritual seekers. If you like the experience, why not make one of your own in the backyard? Use river stones, either collected on walks or purchased from the garden store, and lay out a design — you can find many labyrinth designs with a quick online search
“Could be made with something else, like plants.” — Clara Smith
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