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Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Sam's Creek
There is actually a seventh box, the pool house, that is removed from the rest of the house. The pool house combines with the stepped landscaping to help screen the house from neighbors on this side.This view of the pool house also gives a closeup of the travertine, which is cut thin and applied like
“Simple” — freeava
CWB Architects
Yard & Rear Facade
And these garden spaces can be intimate, quiet and serene oases in the urban landscape. They are perfect for small flower gardens, reading the Sunday morning paper and more.Browse more row housesMore:Houzz Tour: Neotraditional Style
grass and landscaping
“glazing” — Ruoya Li
BAAN design
310 Rambler
summarizing the natural beauty of the Seattle area that Woodridge and Montgomery mention, as well as the ways architects respond to it. They frame the landscape through large openings and provide outdoor space for taking in the dramatic views.
Beautiful framing of the landscape.
“the railing kind of” — stokelyc
Contemporary Pool
Pool shape, coping and landscape proportion to pool with mini abrovities
This breathtaking landscape offers a very modern take on the clean and manicured style of the classic English garden. The chairs fit right into this aesthetic, offering an easy classic comfort while retaining the symmetry and clean lines of the place.
“darker tile” — ebath
Phillips Garden
4. Formalist and minimal hardscaping. This sort of landscaping reminds me of minimalist artists who worked with form and line among the basic elements of the visual world. I love the pattern that the pavers create and the interlocking forms of the pool, steps and hot tub.
Nice landscape
“great layout incorporation of all aspects” — nv2025
Lotus Gardenscapes
5 Reviews
An Urban Oasis
more like its own living room. “Stylistically, you want to pick up on colors and textures that tie the two spaces together,” says Amber Freda, a landscape architect in New York. “Make it more than just a couple of chairs and a dining table. A plain dining table with wooden chairs won’t entice you to
“Planter on fence” — khorstman
16 Reviews
e, repetition, scale, visual and tactile texture and pattern. All of these elements are important whether we're talking art, interior design or landscaping.
“blocking wall on deck” — kristin8
Kathleen Shaeffer Design, Exterior Spaces
11 Reviews
Santa Cruz I
soft purple pots. The rustic beams overhead complement the pavers below. Look for patio pavers with a Mediterranean feel and specialty tiles at landscaping supply stores and tile shops. If you live in a cold-weather climate, be sure the tiles you choose can stand up to the winter conditions.
Landscape in the whole project
“Wall fountain with mosaic” — lkjome
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