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Huettl Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
Mangan
Ideabooks2,423
Questions1
cute water feature and concrete blocks but too much brush--needs to be sleeker modern
privacy, water feature, great use of small area
this water feature, or you could do the same with a dry stream bed or soaking pool
Like the outside water feature with the layout
Water features can mask sounds and, when used well, can also help give a petite yard the feeling of a
Enhance an urban yard with a unique water feature. City yards need special consideration. With neighbors and traffic so close, noise can be an issue. Space is also likely to be tight. Water features can mask
unique water feature. City yards need special consideration. With neighbors and traffic so close, noise can be an issue. Space is also likely to be tight. Water features can mask sounds and, when used well, can also help give a petite yard the feeling of a secret garden. In the space shown here, a raised
“Koi pond and water feature Near the kitchen” — draccah
Huettl Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
Maher
Ideabooks1,773
Questions1
s the water to the spout only. The top of the planter has a separate irrigation and drainage system.
Organically Urban garden with water feature.
water drops in a single stream from the edge of a tall
Water is a common element in a modern landscape, but don't expect a rock-filled waterfall or a naturalistic garden pool. Instead, you'll find something like this installation, where water drops in a single stream from the edge of a tall, narrow metal planter into a concrete bowl below. Incorporating
water into planters, whether they're filled with plants or not, is a simple way to add a contemporary touch to any garden space.See more fountains like this one
“Waterrr” — gcreation
WA design
8 Reviews
Parlette Residence
Ideabooks2,015
Questions2
Simple water feature. What about Bluestone? It would echo the front.
Water for Controlled Sound and Movement Water features in minimalist gardens tend to be understated. They should be part of the
Could we have a water feature in the courtyard?
Add Water for Controlled Sound and MovementWater features in minimalist gardens tend to be understated. They should be part of the overall scheme rather than added ornamentation. Even with the movement they provide, they should create a feeling of calm.This simple water feature, with an almost industrial
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2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks2,607
Questions0
feature treatment” “concrete and steel water cascade” “detail of water feature” “Pretty water feature” “Pool. WatEr featUre in corner?” “Metal & water...Water feature...water feature. :)...water fall...Modern water...water feature
Steel water feature incorporated into a poured wall
Combine water and metal. This simple water feature, created from rusted
mbine water and metal. This simple water feature, created from rusted steel, allows the different textures of the stone, steel and water to contrast. A further contrast is also created by the still, clear stream feeding the waterfall and the turbulent result below it.
“Cor ten waterfall” — gaelicwinter
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Water Towers
Ideabooks3,306
Questions5
though the water would evaporate pretty quickly as I'm here in FL. Is this real stone or the fake stuff, and how much $$$?
11. Water for life. All kinds of insects and birds and amphibians will use almost any water feature you can provide. And if that water feature does double duty as a sculptural element, so much the better.
Water for life. All kinds of insects and birds and amphibians will use almost any water feature you can provide. And if that water feature does double duty as a sculptural element, so much the better.
Water for life. All kinds of
Use rock water features in lieu of trough.
(such as water), reducing the risk of electrical shock.
11. Water for life. All kinds of insects and birds and amphibians will use almost any water feature you can provide. And if that water feature does double duty as a sculptural element, so much the better.
“Rock” — pswillys
Thuilot Associates
Palo Alto Residence
Ideabooks6,367
Questions4
Water Feature - who the manufactures please?
custom water feature. The piece was very costly.
This is a custom steel water feature for this project. We designed the feature and had a steel fabricator construct parts of it and install it in the field.
The approximate size of this water feature basin is 9'-0 x 5'-6." The height of the steel
of this water feature basin is 9'-0 x 5'-6." The height is about 4'-0."
Amazing water feature and mix of landscape textures
like the water fall, not necessarily the shape of structure
Modern water feTure at front door
Privacy wall, interior plantings, water fountain
Shallow pool spouted water feature, running water
“for my back yard” — patjane
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Sunset Idea House
Ideabooks5,477
Questions0
custom water runnel resembling an old log flume laid out as a metal sculpture. This water feature and the irrigation are fed by collected snowmelt. Coal-colored recycled glass is added to the concrete patios and stairs, reminiscent of the coal originally mined in the area. Rammed earth walls make up the
OMG! Cool water feature idea
Water feature -- gorgeous clean lines!
water features don't need to include ghastly fake rock
“Nice but not for me” — Joelle McCook
Pearson Landscape Services
5 Reviews
Project Four
Ideabooks4,017
Questions3
catch the water and what type pump are you using to get that pressure? Thanks!!! jen
sealed and water proofed. Not sure about the pump. A good pump company can help you spec the proper size for this
corten oval water feature, bird bath over spilling
What a great water feature -- or is it a bird bath?
Add WaterI bet you don't think of water as necessary for butterflies, but it is. You won't see them sipping from a pond or pool like birds, though, as they slurp droplets. This is why a fountain or other water feature that splashes a bit is important, as the action creates nearby butterfly-size mud puddles
such a feature in almost any landscape design, from formal to informal.
“Flat modern look for the courtyard” — uptfam
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