81 educational Outdoor Design Photos

Resolution: 4 Architecture
Brown Bar exterior
order to reduce construction costs, the client acted as his own general contractor and spent his summer months and weekends finishing the home. To educate and share his experience of building a prefab home with others, weekly and monthly updates were documented on his blog, aprefabproject.blogspot.com
“Railing. Simplicity of the design” — David McKenna
2012 Philharmonic House of Design
Graf of Grace Blu Designs, Sean Hashemian, Chris Kittrell, Shala Shamardi, and Hal Swanson and Dan Ollis. Funds from the event benefit youth music education programs of the Philharmonic Society of Orange County.Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday through Sunday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m.–9 p.m
“I want something like this....just kidding!” — Leah Schildknecht
Lisa Hallett Taylor
OC Eichler
The large yard and pool were both selling points for Sean and Stacey. Sean, a middle school physical education teacher, was a lifeguard at Huntington Beach when the couple met at a pool party in the early 1990s. Stacey, who is an occupational therapy assistant, enjoys the ample space to work on agility
“retaining wall” — loriflannery
Pool Guard Of Ohio
Pool Guard of Ohio
means they have at least 600 hours of childproofing experience and have passed a background check, a certification exam, and reference and continuing education requirements.
“Removeable” — lmoone
Urban Roof Gardens
Victoria 2
agriculture. In many low-density and suburban neighborhoods, community gardens are already making a comeback. And in more urban environments, projects can educate children and adults through the use of smaller demonstration gardens.
“garden” — rajeshemail
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
very happy guy.So what flowering natives for shade work for you? Let’s get a nice list going in the Comments section!More: Native Plants Inspire and Educate at NYC’s Botanical GardenNative plants for the Western U.S.:California native plants | Northwest native plantsSouthwest native plants | Rocky Mountains
“Polygonum bistorta” — swreinhardt
Red Oak Landscaping LLC
Outdoor Living Areas
one is there to monitor. My opinion is that pavers and pavement look really easy, but unless the DIY-er has taken a lot of time to research and educate themselves about products and installation methods, this is probably a task best left to professionals. Seek the advice of an experienced landscape
“Like the firepit.” — gingerwalker
Larson Landscaping
3 Reviews
Edible gardens
Great edible garden, kids project/education
“Great edible garden, kids project/education” — Jennifer Young
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