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Beinfield Architecture PC
2 Reviews
House on Belle Island
Ideabooks1,479
Questions2
risks of soil erosion where the water leaves your hardscaping and will reduce the load on your municipality's storm water sewers.
hardscaping- design it such that it allows water to seep into the soil below.
Sometimes, however, the answer for saving water is a little more hardscaping and a little less lawn. The approach works well
New York. If you add hardscaping, try to design it in a way that allows water to seep into the soil below. In other words, don't create a solid concrete
risks of soil erosion where the water leaves your hardscaping and will reduce the load on your municipality's storm water sewers.
Sometimes, however, the answer for saving water is a little more hardscaping and a little less lawn. The approach works well for this traditional farmhouse
Hard scape should be water permeable.
“river rock color, design bottom portion of structure” — Kristen Lugo
Robert M. Cain, Architect
3 Reviews
Briar Creek Farm
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Questions2
How did you get the "ditch" to hold water? The whole project looks great!
pumps natural water from a well into the heat pump heat exchangers and from there into the lake. Problematic minerals in the well water are handled by
county extension agent to test the soil and modify the lake bed to hold water. In addition open loop groundwater geothermal heat pumps are used to heat
“superb” — gaurav constructions
Richardson Homes Ltd
4 Reviews
Lantzville 2 Residence
Ideabooks3,480
Questions0
wheelchair accessibility down to waters edge
Deck by water, with fire pit. Like an extension of the dock.
I love the water and the proximity to such
love the decking that leads to the water
Loving this patio right in front of the water
Decking walkway and patio on the water...Deck platform near water...decking and water
“deck” — be4uty01
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks51,849
Questions25
Should these plants be watered and how do you do that?
They also have these water reservoirs that attach to the top to help trickle down water. All the modules have little holes so the water slowly goes through
HI. Yes, you should water them usually at the top so the water will trickle down. You can also purchase with recirculation
Awesome! How often to you water them and by what means?
I like the idea of incorporating nature and architecture. Low water usage is also good
1. Try xeriscaping. A fancy term for low-water landscaping, xeriscaping is all about using plants that can withstand extremely dry (or drought) conditions
How we give water to the plants?
“Succulent & grasses wall” — Michelle Mangan
Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
5 Reviews
Exteriors
Ideabooks9,983
Questions6
water feature...Arch water...courtyard water feature...Water Fountain...roof ledge and water work
“I like the windows” — cjm39
Shehan Pools
1 Review
Private Estate #10
Ideabooks36,062
Questions11
a vanishing edge, rock waterfall, slide, beach entry with rock accents, water geysers and a large travertine patio Shehan Pools
the water spout can be used as a foot massage
If it is does it mix with the water?...Like this area for chairs in water...Beach area, water spout and rocks....Water entry...Entrance to water
“Cool” — puppylover1000
Molly Wood Garden Design
2 Reviews
fresh and clean
Ideabooks943
Questions3
use obscure glass or acrylic for privacy. Also made me think of using a water feature as a noise canceling element...
on water feature...water feature...cool water feature
“Hier is bietjie verbeelding nodig- verdwyn. Dalk plaat met 3 vlak tuite of 1 bree tuit ? En beligtin” — koosniti
Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Key West Contemporary
Ideabooks9,248
Questions6
The pool water color is created from the tile that is throughout the pool. Unfortunately
that name of. The green/grey tile was shipped in from Bali and it made the water a cool "steel blue" as I've named it. Thanks for having a look. Craig
This pool has the steps over the pool water. In addition, it has planter boxes placed around the pool.
How hot can the water be in winter?...Like this too and water feature
“love!” — dmelioras
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