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R. P. Marzilli & Company Landscape Contractor
3 Reviews
Classic home and landscape
Landscape construction, masonry, architectural stone all installed by R. P. Marzilli & Company Keith LeBlanc Landscape Architecture Photography by Rosemary Fletcher
“TREES!!!!!!” — jane49
Suzanne Hunt Architect
Bedfordale House
Photography by Robert Frith Construction by Gransden Constructions
“Use path to hot-tub...?” — babeinwondreland
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
The clean lines of the contemporary house and concrete staircase are softened by scattered trees and drifts of woodland plantings.
“Roof, color, and door” — Nicole Bulich
Lori Scott Landscape Design
Lori Scott Landscape Design
Back yard space for entertaining includes a gas fire-pit, infinity-edge water fountain, and curving steel and cedar pergola. Floor is paved with Cut Bluestone and features a soft green divider. Rain garden helps collect and divert water around the patio and down the slope. Ipe deck with stainless steel cable railings and wide easy-to-navigate steps provides dining space next to...More
“Poles for vine to climb over” — spyglass56
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
Marrying Elegant Design & Sustainability
The cylindrical steel water bubbler forms the beginning of the water journey that travels from the upper landscape to the lower level around the back of the house. Landscape Contractor: Robert Hanss, Inc. Steel Fabrication: Wovensteel and Richard Duca Water Systems: Pond Creations by Sean Photo by Susan Teare.
“fun stuff” — Chandler 4 Corners
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Corten steel waterfall
Corten steel and stone walls create a cascading water feature.
“setup” — Jemma Altamirano
Nicolock Paving Stones and Retaining Walls
1 Review
Stepping Stones—Log Sleepers
Bradstone Log Sleepers are an authentic, maintenance-free alternative to traditional railroad ties which are hard to come by and can be expensive. Log Sleepers are extremely versatile and can be used for paving or as lawn or patio edging. They can also be installed vertically in staggered heights to create a tall boundary to enclose raised beds. Log Sleepers can be used for ...More
“Pathway” — nchiang649
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop
1 Review
Sonoma County Residence
Architects: Turnbull Griffin Haesloop (Design principal Eric Haesloop FAIA, Jule Tsai, Mark Hoffman) Landscape architects: Lutsko Associates Interiors: Erin Martin Design Photo by David Wakely Contractor: Sawyer Construction Windows: Blomberg aluminum windows, powder coated Sliding pocket window screens: Liberty Valley Doors, Western Red Cedar (FSC), painted
“kitchen window sliding” — amydmit
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