14,225 exterior sculpture Landscape Design Photos

Suzette Hosken
Coast Tea Tree (Leptospermum laevigatum)
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bark and twisting form of the tree's trunk are identifiers of the tea tree and what make it so unlike any other. The trunk and bark only become more sculptural with age.
Evocative, sculptural, beautiful
“Tea tree” — twenty7 design
River Valley Landscapes & Pools
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Modern Courtyard
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within their budget the clients performed the demolition of the old garden. The designer’s intent was to create a garden that would possess a clear sculptural quality and would be as visually striking from inside the home as it would be from inside the courtyard. The strategy behind the design was to use
The clients love the space and recently said that “the design is so well thought out and simple that they would never get tired of it.” The designs sculptural quality compliments the modern feel of the home and creates a sublime yet dramatic view from within the house or within the courtyard. The clients
“one day...” — Jasmine Brown
Environments by Miko
Residential Interior Plants
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Black Aralia Interior Plant posing with sculpture.
plant with sculpture
“Black Aralia Interior Plant” — Kymberlee Burgmeier
Camille Beehler Landscape Design
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A Sand Sculptural Landscape in Hungington Beach
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A Sand Sculptural Landscape in Hungington Beach
sand sculptures
Sculptured Earth LLC
Boston Estate
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Sculptured Earth LLC
Adrian Payne sculpture and Ironwork
Hand forged garden gate.
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Adrian Payne sculpture and Ironwork
“original gate for top of steps backyard entry” — nommo48
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Melbourne Penthouse Art Deco
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Steel Sculptures
stone sculptures
“Fountain idea” — Suzette Faille
Earthwork Landscape Architects
Waikuku Woodland Garden
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the new spring growth. Tussock grasses provide a link to the open padocks beyond the fence. The stumps of removed trees have been kept to provide sculptural interest - topped with selected rocks from the local riverbed. Rebecca Wilson
lime color matches the new growth. Tussock grasses provide a link to open paddocks beyond the fence. Wilson kept the stumps of removed trees for sculptural interest; she topped them with rocks from a local riverbed.
“great grass” — tinashouse
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