Unique Hillside Residence

Each year the City of Piedmont recognizes projects completed in the past year that not only meet Piedmont’s design and planning guidelines but exemplify outstanding design excellence. This Piedmont residence was selected by the City of Piedmont Planning Commission to receive the 2009 Design Award as the Best Remodel and Landscape.
Others who worked on this project: Wm. F. Holland/Architect
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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Each year the City of Piedmont recognizes projects completed in the past year that not only meet Piedmont’s design and planning guidelines but exemplify outstanding design excellence. This Piedmont residence was selected by the City of Piedmont Planning Commission to receive the 2009 Design Award as the Best Remodel and Landscape. Landscape Architect: David Thorne Landscape...More
“pool area flagstone around the pool” — kygirls333
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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Bluestone terrace patios off the main living areas can be accessed from the interior through a collection of French doors.The cooling lawn beckons guests to stroll down stone steps to the gracefully curving pool and exuberant planting. This Piedmont residence received the 2009 Design Award as the Best Remodel and Landscape. Landscape Architect: David Thorne Landscape Archit...More
“Hillside residence WM F Holland Architect” — 1smartcookie
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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The steep site unveils rich garden vignettes elegantly integrated through carefully crafted stone walls, stone paths, and abundant plantings. The stepping stone path sweeps down around the house changing scenes from a sunny rose garden to a shady glen, and grounds the visitor at bluestone terrace patios off the main living areas, which can be accessed from the interior through ...More
“Wall and color” — Lisa DeCosta
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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From this landing one can decide between a game of bocce ball, shooting baskets in the sports court, crafting handiworks in the studio workshop, sipping drinks while seated on a cool stone bench nestled in orange and purple flowers, dipping below to the cutting and vegetable garden to find a fresh sweet tomato, or simply disappearing up the shady birch walk amongst maples, fern...More
“I like the color of the flowers & the dense feel of the flowering plants - no empty spaces between t” — twin0926
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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The stepping stone path sweeps down around the house changing scenes from a sunny rose garden to a shady glen, and grounds the visitor at bluestone terrace patios off the main living areas, which can be accessed from the interior through a collection of French doors. The clients’ preferences for unique plants, a touch of whimsy, family enjoyment & entertaining, and artistic tas...More
“Patio post” — mickeyhunt
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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The clients’ preferences for unique plants, a touch of whimsy, family enjoyment & entertaining, and artistic taste infuse the garden with personality and spirit. The steep site unveils rich garden vignettes elegantly integrated through carefully crafted stone walls, stone paths, and abundant plantings. This Piedmont residence was selected by the City of Piedmont Planning Comm...More
“David Thorne LA” — ableiche
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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The cooling lawn beckons guests to stroll down stone steps to the gracefully curving pool and exuberant planting. This Piedmont residence was selected by the City of Piedmont Planning Commission to receive the 2009 Design Award as the Best Remodel and Landscape. Landscape Architect: David Thorne Landscape Architect Architect: Bill Holland Landscape Contractor: Cleary Brothers...More
“Pool shape” — gallantbug
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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Landscape Architect: David Thorne Landscape Architect Architect: Bill Holland Landscape Contractor: Cleary Brothers Photography: Treve Johnson
“Wood gate” — sjabeck
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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The steep site unveils rich garden vignettes elegantly integrated through carefully crafted stone walls, stone paths, and abundant plantings. This Piedmont residence received the 2009 Design Award as the Best Remodel and Landscape. Landscape Architect: David Thorne Landscape Architect Architect: Bill Holland Landscape Contractor: Cleary Brothers Photography: David Thorne...More
“Ground” — deggie01
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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This Piedmont residence was selected by the City of Piedmont Planning Commission to receive the 2009 Design Award as the Best Remodel and Landscape. A smaller fountain vanishes over the edge of the lawn through a runnel and bids one to descend an additional stone staircase and behold the ten-foot-high stone waterfall exuding a peaceful, rushing murmur. Landscape Architect: D...More
“Looks nice for a fence.” — gladysm1
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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The clients’ preferences for unique plants, a touch of whimsy, family enjoyment & entertaining, and artistic taste infuse the garden with personality and spirit. The steep site unveils rich garden vignettes elegantly integrated through carefully crafted stone walls, stone paths, and abundant plantings. A smaller fountain vanishes over the edge of the lawn through a runnel and ...More
“grasses and succulents @ bottom left” — Stephen
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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This beautiful sloping residence beguiles visitors as one enters through a custom crafted arching iron gate into lush, stately plantings amongst specimen Japanese maples. The clients’ preferences for unique plants, a touch of whimsy, family enjoyment & entertaining, and artistic taste infuse the garden with personality and spirit. The steep site unveils rich garden vignettes el...More
“Back yard entryway” — Amanda Meng
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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The clients’ preferences for unique plants, a touch of whimsy, family enjoyment & entertaining, and artistic taste infuse the garden with personality and spirit. The steep site unveils rich garden vignettes elegantly integrated through carefully crafted stone walls, stone paths, and abundant plantings.This beautiful sloping residence beguiles visitors as one enters through a cu...More
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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The clients’ preferences for unique plants, a touch of whimsy, family enjoyment & entertaining, and artistic taste infuse the garden with personality and spirit. The steep site unveils rich garden vignettes elegantly integrated through carefully crafted stone walls, stone paths, and abundant plantings. This Piedmont residence was selected by the City of Piedmont Planning Comm...More
“Railing” — Lisa Cortesi_Stern
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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This Piedmont residence was selected by the City of Piedmont Planning Commission to receive the 2009 Design Award as the Best Remodel and Landscape. A smaller fountain vanishes over the edge of the lawn through a runnel and bids one to descend an additional stone staircase and behold the ten-foot-high stone waterfall exuding a peaceful, rushing murmur. Landscape Architect: D...More
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
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The clients’ preferences for unique plants, a touch of whimsy, family enjoyment & entertaining, and artistic taste infuse the garden with personality and spirit. The steep site unveils rich garden vignettes elegantly integrated through carefully crafted stone walls, stone paths, and abundant plantings. In this garden, one can decide between a game of bocce ball, shooting basket...More
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