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Tali Hardonag Architect
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Concrete floor
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A concrete floor with radiant heating is finished in natural tones acid wash. Laser cut leaves from slate, embedded in the floor, seem 'blown in' through the front door. A raised platform behind shoji screens offer japanese style seating at a 'sunken' table.
acid wash. Laser cut leaves from slate, embedded in the floor, seem 'blown in' through the front door. A raised platform behind shoji screens offer japanese style seating at a 'sunken' table.
and sunken style seating in room. The bamboo and pebbles look lovely in the hallways and the leave patterns on the floor ass a nice touch.
Leaves 'blown' into front foyer - slate leaves embedded in concrete floor.
“simple details” — Karen Gilmore
Tali Hardonag Architect
9 Reviews
Concrete floor
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Coming in from the back yard, a concrete floor with slate leaves installed to look as if they've just blown in...
Radiant heating - concrete entrance with leaves embedded
compass rose installed flush into the concrete over the flooring system. And the concrete was dyed green. The concrete floors in this entry have slate leaves embedded in them, "to look as if they've just blown in," says Tali Hardonag Architect.
compass rose installed flush into the concrete over the flooring system. And the concrete was dyed green.The concrete floors in this entry have slate leaves embedded in them, "to look as if they've just blown in," says Tali Hardonag Architect.
“Radiant flooring” — jpmhome
Tali Hardonag Architect
9 Reviews
Concrete floor
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A concrete floor with radiant heating is finished in natural tones acid wash. Laser cut leaves from slate, embedded in the floor, seem 'blown in' through the front door. A raised platform behind shoji screens offer japanese style seating at a 'sunken' table.
laser cut stone leaves
slate leaves...stone leaves
“I love the sliding doors.” — Allison Gamblin
BAYBERRY NURSERIES
3 Reviews
The Details - Contemporary
Ideabooks2,053
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What is the name of the tree?? With the red leaves
statues, stones. for the woods where the rocks emerge
combination: gold, red and orange leaves
relative noise of flowers and leaves. Here you can see a pathway beneath low trees, and how the eye is drawn deeper into the landscape due to the element of absence — that’s a metaphor for experiencing a garden if ever I saw one. WWW.BAYBERRYNURSERIES.COM
love the scarlet leaves on left and contrasting leaf colors against evergreens
This is an area void of very much, if any, plant material; a place where the eye and body can take a break from the relative noise of flowers and leaves. Here you can see a pathway beneath low trees, and how the eye is drawn deeper into the landscape due to the element of absence — that’s a metaphor
“it's colours” — kamryn22
Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
6 Reviews
Roscoe Village Retreat
Ideabooks1,563
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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
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
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Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks6,287
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What kind of stone is used ?
Can you tell us if this patio is out of real stone or porcelain tile a
I think it may be part of a japanese maple tree. There is a pretty wide variety of colors, but the shape of the leaves looks similar.
Look in yellow pages under landscaping or stone supplier.
leave big rocks found in the digging to be used in landscaping
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
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
Robert Shuler Design
3 Reviews
Carmel
Ideabooks2,789
Questions4
Is this stone done using the, dry stack method? What is are the stairs made from?
The wall is a tight jointed natural stone veneer, of CT bluestone, the stairs are blocks of hewn bluestone
its leaves. Mature size: 15-25' tall x 10-25' spread maximum, depending on cultivar
morning sun with afternoon shade is best; too much sun will scorch its leaves. Mature size: 15-25' tall x 10-25' spread maximum, depending on cultivar
acer palmatum & stacked stone wall
zones: 5-8Water requirement: RegularSun requirement: Soft dappled shade or morning sun with afternoon shade is best; too much sun will scorch its leaves.Mature size: 15-25' tall x 10-25' spread maximum, depending on cultivar
“Bel amenagement” — micheline
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks9,762
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Are the large stones cemented or just laid on the gravel?
Please tell me what type of boarder or divider seperates the mulch and stone?
a company called "Stone Forest" stoneforest.com a number of years ago. In recently checking their website, I no longer see that model available, but do see others that might interest you. If you want that particular style, you may need to contact them.
It is a Japanese stone lantern style called
These stepping stones are laid on a compacted baserock bedding, set snuggly so that they will not shift, then filled in around with gravel. However, this path is intended
intended for minimal use and is symbolic in nature. If you plan to constuct a highly traveled pathway, I would recommend a concrete base with the stones mortared on top to lessen the possibility of future settlement and a tripping hazard!
“Walkway” — kpelle71
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