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merge studio
2 Reviews
napa residence
Ideabooks9,253
Questions10
Is the plan for the covered structure available for puchase? where?
Hello, thank you for your question. We appreciate your interest. The plans are not available for purchase, as the structure was built custom to the site--specifically engineered for structural and seismic requirements.
Hi, thanks for your question. It is in fact real lawn, not artificial. It
already on-site before the backyard project had been started. We believe it was purchased from a company called "Marin Backyard" in Marin County, CA.
Hi marymcnichols, the play-set was provided by the homeowners and was already on-site before the backyard project had been started. We believe it was
Hi, thanks for your comments and question. Yes, the beams do span quite a distance. The structure was engineered, and the overall size is about 20' wide by 40' long.
“Outdoor pergola different design” — nkonca
pulltab design
East Village Roof Garden
Ideabooks56,608
Questions9
of india and i loved your terrace...could you please let me know what kind of wood is used
Press Invitation for your great project
Dear Pulltab, Nice to contact with you. This is Sara from Hi-design International Publishing (HK) Co.,Ltd, which is specialized in planning, promoting and publishing
interior design, culture and art. We are collecting projects for a new book on Garden Landscape. Your project East Village Roof Garden is of much interest to us. May I know if you are interested to publish your great projects in our upcoming book? Your prompt reply will be highly appreciated. Thank
hi guys im jason from South AFRICA and really like your designs. what program can I use
Choose your maintenance levelHaving a rooftop space doesn’t necessarily mean a huge amount of maintenance will be required. By keeping greenery to a minimum in planter boxes and adding comfortable bench seating with a few throw cushions, you can design a welcoming space with minimum upkeep even if you
“Sun lounge” — bridgesnick
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks7,254
Questions3
we can replicate your gate exactly the same if you still want it !
help determine materials, costs, and labor and time requirements.“We encourage folks to identify their home’s style and architecture, then set up a plan for changing out hardware items as a budget allows, and that includes gate hardware visible from the street, decorative garage door hardware, mailbox
M&S want to include a simple gate where the existing fence ties into the new walk/canopy (see updated plan drawing).
determine materials, costs, and labor and time requirements.“We encourage folks to identify their home’s style and architecture, then set up a plan for changing out hardware items as a budget allows, and that includes gate hardware visible from the street, decorative garage door hardware, mailbox, doorbell
“like the door” — deazy29
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks6,856
Questions4
pieces are fairly heavy, making this project difficult to do solo. Cost: There are a few different styles of cinderblock; materials alone cost about $9 to $15 per square foot. If you hire a professional and add a cap stone and a surface treatment like stucco, plan on triple that cost.
another view of your cement planter with veggies
pieces are fairly heavy, making this project difficult to do solo. Cost: There are a few different styles of cinderblock; materials alone cost about $9 to $15 per square foot. If you hire a professional and add a cap stone and a surface treatment like stucco, plan on triple that cost.
“Love the stone wall from what looks like Cinder Blocks and the more expensive shelf stops for sittin” — myshelley
2.ink Studio | Landscape Architecture
Hoke Residence
Ideabooks2,087
Questions0
Mixing things up. Don't limit your options when planning your lighting. Sometimes combining different types of lighting works best.
Mixing things up. Don't limit your options when planning your lighting. Sometimes combining different types of lighting works best. The dramatic steps rising above this grass garden and turning by the water feature are completely lit rather than simply bathed in a light that blurs the edges. This lighting
“stairs and lighting” — eshendelman
J'Nell Bryson Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
A Mountain Landscape
Ideabooks5,189
Questions4
Todd Bush Photography, Various projects featured on jbryson.com
I would love to meet with you about using our products in your plans. Beautiful work!
Good afternoon... As you know, you have granted us permission to showcase your picture on my website. However, I need the appropriate size. Can you please e-mail the following dimensions: 1600 pixel x 300dpi resolution If
We didn't buy the stone in Asheville but if you'll call or go by any local stone yard and tell them you're interested in strip rubble and you're in Asheville, they will likely have long, narrow pieces of real stone from Tennessee and/or Pennsylvania. Tennessee stone is generally
Thanks Rob. Looks really good. Good luck with your business!
“Lighting” — tigger1222
Anston Paving Stones
Toorak Project
Ideabooks5,809
Questions5
Adapt classical layoutsWhen planning formal gardens, whether your house is contemporary or traditional, the classical principles of symmetry, proportion, harmony and balance still apply. In this Melbourne garden the designer has positioned the pool and trees at either end in perfect symmetry with each
“Pool area alternative” — jhhattingh
Garden Architecture
3 Reviews
Garden Architecture/Robert Trachtenberg
Ideabooks1,808
Questions6
I would also like to know the name of the rock or other material for the Territorial utlise your soil.
Work existing mature trees into your design. Have a mature tree on your property? Count yourself lucky. A healthy mature tree can become the focal point of a lawn-free yard. Plan a gravel patio around your tree, creating an outdoor space for lounging, dining and hanging
Love: Minimal yard work; sand beneath your feet
out which trees will do well in your region. Also consider the mature size of the tree and be sure to plant far enough from your home and other structures that it will not cause problems down the line.
1. Plan for the future with properly positioned young trees. Once trees reach groundwater, they can thrive with little to no assistance. And in a mostly “dry” yard, trees provide greenery and shade. Just be sure to consult with knowledgeable staff at a local nursery (or call an arborist) to find out
“Table” — nancydaignault
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