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5 Reviews
Guyz..i'm projecting a new openspace studio. Is 60m2 in 15x4metres...the two long walls are slide glass..the floor is cement..i want give to it an industrial look. It's
Hi there, That may be something you can have made by a local fencing contractor, since it would need to be specific to your space.
“Front gate” — mjjcox1
Carson Arthur Design
1 Review
Instead, consider built-ins or extendable tables. Likewise, you won’t want to plant a tree that’s going to grow to 100 feet tall and completely overtake your yard. Here Radford smartly worked in small, native plants and grasses to keep an open feel.
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.
“With grass instead of the rocks” — britt217
Utah Landscaping
12 Reviews
Millcreek Project
No the concrete is not sealed it is just wet. The stacked stone is dry stacked Black Quartzite. Thanks for your questions.
Millcreek Project
“River rock edging” — Amy Mitchell
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Pool, Water, Light
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possible, as they no longer represent my current marketing efforts. Please communicate whether this can be completed on your end or whether you require input from me. Sincerely, Michael Tolleson, Architect michael@michaeltolleson.com
“tiered pool” — rguzman02
DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Courtyard House
We designed the gate. I believe 12th Avenue Iron in Seattle fabricated it but your local custom metal shop could also do it. DA
The projects calmness.
“front gate” — fresson
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
geometric angles and free flowing water. So many people want a 'natural' water feature and very rarely does it look very natural in a urban backyard. If your reasons for wanting a water feature are further investigated, something of this nature could actually come closer to achieving them.
Outdoor project
“waterfall” — 4debra
Designscapes Colorado Inc.
1 Review
Best Project Shots
Is this an ancient loss garden. Get your leather strap things, toga head wreath and let's go for a stroll.
Best Project Shots
“Arbor” — cranecourt
Urban Green
Del Mar Contemporary
Great project to do with kids.
Living wallsNo space on the ground? No problem - just move your garden onto the walls instead. A living wall is perfect for urban spaces and makes an unusual focal point. You’ll need expert help to design and install one, but it’s a great way of containing and controlling greenery in a small space.
“Herbs” — bellefleur69
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