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Tim Cuppett Architects
11 Reviews
Courtyard
Ideabooks21,477
Questions11
A mixed-materials fence. This glass, steel and wood fence incorporates three materials into a unified design.
3. A mixed-materials fence. This glass, steel
A mixed-materials fence. This glass, steel and wood fence incorporates three materials into a unified design. Architect Tim Cuppett says that the key element in bringing different materials together is that they “all reflect the same pattern and rhythm
3. A mixed-materials fence. This glass, steel and wood fence incorporates three materials into a unified design. Architect Tim Cuppett says that the key element in bringing different materials together is that they “all reflect the same pattern and rhythm
3. A mixed-materials fence. This glass, steel and wood fence incorporates three materials into a unified design. Architect Tim Cuppett says that the key element in bringing different materials together is that they “all reflect the same pattern and rhythm
“arbolito” — cecirivera
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Peninsula Estate 03 (Design by Suzman Cole Design Associates)
Ideabooks7,178
Questions3
Loose materials. Although they might seem like a low-budget cop-out, loose materials like gravel, crushed rock, compacted shale and decomposed granite can be an inexpensive yet elegant choice, especially when edged by a richer material, like stone or brick. Advantages include
Loose materials. Although they might seem like a low-budget cop-out, loose materials like gravel
choice, especially when edged by a richer material, like stone or brick. Advantages include permeability, low cost and ease of installation. However, these materials are more likely to be displaced, especially if water passes over them. And gritty, sandy materials are the last things you want to track onto
include permeability, low cost and ease of installation. However, these materials are more likely to be displaced, especially if water passes over them. And gritty, sandy materials are the last things you want to track onto your hardwood entryway. One of my favorite design treatments for upgrading crushed
“Path from pergola” — wateaboutique
Scot Eckley Inc
Alfresco Living
Ideabooks7,372
Questions3
Using weathered steel, or Cor-Ten, eliminates maintenance needs, like painting. This material is used to create walls, bridges, treads and whatever you can imagine.
like painting. This material is used to create walls, bridges, treads and whatever you can imagine. It has even become more common in civic spaces. How to start picking materials: With so many materials to choose from, I recommend considering walkways first, and then selecting materials based on the future
of your city with your camera. Today's public spaces are being developed by talented designers and are great places for gleaning ideas on space and material use. Let me know where you find inspiration!Browse the work of landscape designers near you
“stone planters” — khueni
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Sitting area in my garden.
Ideabooks2,181
Questions3
of outdoor-grade lumber can be clad with this material, creating a unique and beautiful garden structure. The texture and color striations of concrete board mimic granite cliffs in the application shown here.
Concrete fiberboard. This underused material, also known as backer board, is manufactured
this material, creating a unique and beautiful garden structure. The texture and color striations of concrete board mimic granite cliffs in the application shown here.
Concrete fiberboard. This underused material, also
Concrete fiberboard. This underused material, also known as backer board, is manufactured for use as a substrate for tile floors and shower enclosures. It consists of concrete, fiberglass mesh
“red chair” — Lucile Rense
Atelier Nelumbo Garden Design
Provençal Garden
Ideabooks1,184
Questions1
Photo 5. Local materials. Many Mediterranean gardens scramble up hillsides or are carved into rocky cliffs and feature walls and other features made from local stone. You can give your garden a sense of place and reduce its carbon footprint by sourcing materials locally.
5. Local materials. Many Mediterranean gardens scramble up hillsides or are carved into rocky cliffs and feature walls and other features made from local stone. You can give your garden a sense of place and reduce its carbon footprint by sourcing materials locally.
Mediterranean element- local materials for walls and structures
Local materials. Many Mediterranean gardens scramble up hillsides or are carved into rocky cliffs and feature walls and other features made from local stone. You can give your garden a sense of place and reduce its carbon footprint by sourcing materials locally
“Love th” — erumshakir
Carson Arthur Design
1 Review
Beachview
Ideabooks4,196
Questions4
"Use one surface material. If you have multifunctional areas, use one material to unify the spaces. “Small spaces need that cohesion,” says Arthur, who designed this
use same surface material for different ares in small spaces for unity
7. Use one surface material. If you have multifunctional areas, use one material to unify the spaces. “Small spaces need that cohesion,” says Arthur, who designed this 17-foot by 25-foot space for a family
continuous paving ties it all together. Radford goes even further, suggesting using the same material that’s found elsewhere on the property. For one of his backyard projects, he used the same paving material as in the front entryway. “It created a unified space that made it seem bigger,” he says.
“stone” — dbrannan1970
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
'Spira Mirabilis'
Ideabooks2,703
Questions2
give you the opportunity to talk about where to place the Sani-Can or Dumpster, where material can be staged, and which plants and trees should be protected. Expect to have to re-sod or restore areas where material is staged and workers are walking.
house will also give you the opportunity to talk about where to place the skip bin, where material can be staged, and which plants and trees should be protected. Expect to have to re-sod or restore areas where material is staged and tradies are walking.
“simple pavers; i love'm” — Ben Shonkwiler
Erin Lang Norris
Fire Pit DIY
Ideabooks32,001
Questions5
project rather than a photo of the materials because it's a little more interesting than a bunch of tools and materials laid out would be. I also thought it may be a good idea to give a general idea of what your efforts can produce if you choose to go this route.Materials:Concrete: 4 or 5 bagsMortar: 5 or
Add Fire Time required: A weekend.Starting budget: I found a 30-inch portable fire pit for $40; the DIY fire pit shown above cost $450 in materials. Whether it's a permanent installation or one of the many portable versions available on the market, a fire pit lets you enjoy your patio later into
“Stone” — dcd8
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