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Cow Hollow Historic Home

Contemporary Landscape, San Francisco

Complete renovation of historic Cow Hollow home. Existing front facade remained for historical purposes. Scope included framing the entire 3 story structure, constructing large concrete retaining walls, and installing a storefront folding door system at family room that opens onto rear stone patio. Rear yard features terraced concrete planters and living wall. Photos: Bruce DaMonte Interior Design: Martha Angus Architect: David Gast
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josiebella wrote:May 5, 2013
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    Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
    This work was done by Thumbellina in SF. I don't know the name of the climbing plants on the sidewalls, but the back wall is planted with bonsais, ivies, mosses, ferns, orchids, fuchsias, daphnes, junipers, cypresses, succulents and grasses.
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falonland
Falon Land Studio LLC added this to How to Turn an Ugly Wall Into a FeatureJuly 18, 2016

Add a living wall. Living walls make a dense, lush texture of plants that spread across a vertical surface. There are...

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angwwilliams
angwwilliams added this to For Landscape ArchitectMarch 20, 2020

wall (fence) garden

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