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Pool Environments, Inc.
17 Reviews
Contemporary II
Ideabooks19,019
Questions5
Randy Angell, Designer At the back of the property we created a curved wall, in a brilliant chartreuse stucco to act as an artful backdrop to our preserved bamboo sculptural installation. At the base of the bamboo we created a custom fire feature, which follows the arc of the wall for 14', finished
could you tell me the brand that they are, the distance they should be from the pool, and how far they are from this pool. It is best to set them in a garden, or in the pavers? t thank you so much!
Sorry for the confusion. The water features in my design were set 2’ from the back of the coping (or back of the beam).
Ideas for pools in small backyard
“pool” — atyrrellaz
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Caterpillar House
Ideabooks1,317
Questions2
Hello, We really like the water tanks. Are they used for landscape irrigation, or domestic water use--or both? Are they custom-made? Thank you, merge studio
These specific tanks are used for landscape irrigation. The tanks themselves are not custom, but are covered with a custom wrapper.
incorporate water tanks into design feldman
Beautiful composition of curved elements - both the tanks and the roof curves. Truly just a lovely design.
pursue, such as low-flow toilets and energy-rated appliances. Harvesting rainwater and using other sources of recycled water are rewarded, as is landscaping that has low irrigation needs (for example, it uses native plants adapted to your climate). For a complete list of products that meet the guidelines
“water All the water needed for a living building project must be collected onsite. This can be acco” — lindaraeclark
Hobsons Choice
London Town House
Ideabooks1,928
Questions3
A bulthaup b3 kitchen designed and installed by hobsons|choice and featured in the September issue of KBB Magazine in the UK.
Kitchen island and living area opening onto garden. Light and bright.
Bi fold doors to garden...swop kitchen around? Dining room at garden end??
Like the island but not necessarily the handles would prefer no handles. Like the way the end of this room is done with roof lights and doors onto the garden.
“Small but nice” — sandrahurley
Elad Gonen
1 Review
exterior
Ideabooks3,945
Questions3
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could be good for back wall - garden ?
“Plants” — onvest
Contemporary Patio
Ideabooks2,583
Questions2
rock garden
Landscaping stone....pit - design of pit
“comments on forced air” — azwoodshed
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design modern now showing after it's first year
Ideabooks147
Questions1
Garden design modern now showing after it's first year
We have natural color hardwood and dark chocolate color sofa. What color should we paint the wall. Lighter color is preferred as our living room is small
Reminds me of the garden I'll have in my backyard..
Here, a really large functioning spout serves as fountain and garden sculpture.
“above ground” — Therese Herzog
Samara Greenwood Architecture
Pavilion - Entry
Ideabooks341
Questions0
Create intimate spacesThe Japanese landscape style works well in small, enclosed gardens. Larger gardens will need divisions (hedges, screens) to create serene, contemplative spaces. In this Melbourne garden, bamboo screens ensure those using the courtyard are not distracted by outside noise and views
house would not complement the Japanese style. A busy, highly decorative house exterior would, for instance be visually distracting alongside a garden designed in a minimalist Japanese style.
“Studio” — traceysfaves
DDB Design Development & Building
MALVERN HOUSE Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks6,235
Questions12
contact Nathan Burkett Landscape Architects to find out the answer to this question.
I am sorry this Pergola was designed and specified for the Client by the Landscape Architect Nathan Burkett.
It was Architect designed , DDB specialists in
Hi , The pots were custom made for the Client by the Landscape Architect Nathan Burkett, The table and chairs are from TAIT outdoor furniture in Collingwood, Melbourne. Best to contact both suppliers for more information.
These planters were provided by the Landscape Architect
“Alfresco” — montes17
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