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Others who worked on this project: Steve Dodd + Associates
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Fire and Water. The fire pit is at seatwall height and attached to a seatwall that is also a retaining wall for the slope. This helps divert the water that was flooding this outdoor area. The muddy garden is now an outdoor terrace with kitchen, seatwall, fountain and fire pit. Photo by Steve Dodd
“Brick” — murphjt
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Fountain. Photo by Steve Dodd
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The quatrefoil pattern in the gate is repeated in the paving of the rear terrace. The symbol is taken from the friezes just below the roofline of the home. This historic home was built during the transition from victorian to arts and crafts bungalows in the1890s. The owner wanted a nod to the past with a clean modern feel to her garden. Photo by Angie Wright
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The pattern of the brick was achieved by cutting individual bricks to fit the pattern. The inlays are honed limestone. Photo by Angie Wright
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A limestone band separates the covered walk from the outdoor terrace. A herringbone pattern of brick on concrete makes the surface.
“brick walkway” — bchapm01
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The wooden aprons for the pedestals were rotting and needed to be replaced. We changed them to brick. They are of the same height as the seatwall and fire pit. The grill area and seatwall tie into one of the pedestals. This covered walk wraps two sides of the terrace. Photo by Angie Wright
“Close up on column with brick base” — mbaldree
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