Asian/contemporary design. Exterior is slate that has been hand cut from large slabs. Each piece is cut into rectangular shapes and placed individually like puzzle pieces. Our installer, Catherine put odd shaped pieces jutting out randomly throughout the facade to create a one of a kind look. Our home is the first to have this tecnihque applied to it. we opted to do the wall 3/...More
“simple planting” — airies
JSL Exteriors Landscape Design/Build
Asian style garden spaces
“Fab backdrop for buddha statue” — Deanna Dopslaf
Living Gardens Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Lotus fountain garden
Custom water feature in a contemporary asian landscape design
“I've been thinking of a water feature pool with something shaped like this in it. Where this would” — Matthew
C.B.Dizon Construction, Inc.
“simple workable” — Rainier Awayan
Shanghai Green Antiques
3 Reviews
Design Projects - Jasmine Courtyard Home - Vero Beach - Shanghai Green Antiques
The kitchen utilizes its openness, and with a lengthy marble-topped bar facing the dining area, the kitchen makes it easy to see whatever delicious food is cooking!
“Kitchen” — arsalan998
Asian Bathroom
“Dark” — katsok
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
Japanese Journey
A former raised ranch turned glassy, open structure with views from front to back looks out onto a geometric Japanese garden. JMMDS designed a landscape journey that encircles the house made of a simple palette of bluestone squares and oblongs that travel over gravel, grass, and plantings to end up at a little teahouse on a hill. While Japanese in spirit, the garden is designed...More
“Plantings” — shiso663
Ecostruct LLC
16 Reviews
Backyard Planter and Mechanical Housing
Custom cedar planter, gate and mechanical housing for Brooklyn backyard and coi pond.
“planter w/bamboo” — cypress
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