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Foundation Plantings Contemporary

The Nursery
The Nursery
McKittrick Nurseries
Makes a Great Hedge, Screen, Topiary or Foundation Planting This long-lived plant is an excellent choice for a tall hedge or foundation planting. American Boxwood is also a favorite for topiary use, which requires a dense habit and the ability to grow well after shearing. And it is very useful for outlining a parking area or screening a private space, as well as providing a background for perennials or blooming plants.
Del Rey Duplex
Del Rey Duplex
Native Staging
Trendy tile front porch photo in Los Angeles with a roof extension
Recent Projects - Capitol Hill Residence
Recent Projects - Capitol Hill Residence
Folia Horticultural + Design
Inspiration for a contemporary backyard deck remodel in Seattle with a fire pit
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Rain Harvesting
Rain Harvesting
Bevins & Company Landscape/Design
The property was enhanced by the addition of this rain garden that served also as a makeover to the front foundation planting. More can be seen about this part of our company at www. RainHT.com. We specialize in rain harvesting systems and drainage control projects
Rain Harvesting
Rain Harvesting
Bevins & Company Landscape/Design
Not you average foundation planting!
Design ideas for a large contemporary partial sun front yard brick formal garden in Louisville.
Part Shade Plant Combination
Part Shade Plant Combination
Signature Landscapes and Design Inc.
Begonia, Hosta, Impatiens, Creeping Jenny and Variegated Sedge combine well in semi shade.
Design ideas for a contemporary landscaping in St Louis.
Contemporary Front Yard Landscape - Brookfield
Contemporary Front Yard Landscape - Brookfield
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
New foundation plantings add splashes of color to the front entrance. Westhauser Photography
This is an example of a mid-sized contemporary front yard stone garden path in Milwaukee.
Outdoor Fireplace
Outdoor Fireplace
Arterra Landscape Architects
Taking inspiration from the agrarian site and a rustic architectural vernacular this terraced hillside garden evolved in response to time and place. The design vision was to celebrate the site, preserve the oak trees, accentuate views and create opportunities for modern day recreation and play. Michele Lee Willson Phototgraphy
Skyline
Skyline
Jon Luce Builder
Paul Bardagjy
This is an example of a contemporary side yard landscaping in Austin.
Coastside Retreat
Coastside Retreat
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
Flagstone path with Armeria, Lavender, Dymondia and Fortnight Lily
This is an example of a mid-sized contemporary partial sun backyard stone landscaping in San Francisco.
New Canaan Carriage House
New Canaan Carriage House
Spring Lake Garden Design
Fieldstone steps to the back yard are accented with hostas, ferns, and various boxwood cultivars.
Design ideas for a contemporary shade hillside stone garden path in New York.
Belmont Hill Residence
Belmont Hill Residence
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
The master plan for this south-facing woodland property celebrates dramatic topography, muscular canopy trees, remnant fieldstone walls, and native stone outcroppings. Sound vegetation management principles guide each phase of installation, and the true character of the woodland is revealed. Stone walls form terraces that traverse native topography, and a meticulously crafted stone staircase provides casual passage to a gently sloping lawn knoll carved from the existing hillside. Lush perennial borders and native plant stands create edges and thresholds, and a crisp palette of traditional and contemporary materials merge––building upon the surrounding topography and site geology.
Capitol Hill
Capitol Hill
Prentiss Balance Wickline Architects
With a compact form and several integrated sustainable systems, the Capitol Hill Residence achieves the client’s goals to maximize the site’s views and resources while responding to its micro climate. Some of the sustainable systems are architectural in nature. For example, the roof rainwater collects into a steel entry water feature, day light from a typical overcast Seattle sky penetrates deep into the house through a central translucent slot, and exterior mounted mechanical shades prevent excessive heat gain without sacrificing the view. Hidden systems affect the energy consumption of the house such as the buried geothermal wells and heat pumps that aid in both heating and cooling, and a 30 panel photovoltaic system mounted on the roof feeds electricity back to the grid. The minimal foundation sits within the footprint of the previous house, while the upper floors cantilever off the foundation as if to float above the front entry water feature and surrounding landscape. The house is divided by a sloped translucent ceiling that contains the main circulation space and stair allowing daylight deep into the core. Acrylic cantilevered treads with glazed guards and railings keep the visual appearance of the stair light and airy allowing the living and dining spaces to flow together. While the footprint and overall form of the Capitol Hill Residence were shaped by the restrictions of the site, the architectural and mechanical systems at work define the aesthetic. Working closely with a team of engineers, landscape architects, and solar designers we were able to arrive at an elegant, environmentally sustainable home that achieves the needs of the clients, and fits within the context of the site and surrounding community. (c) Steve Keating Photography
Home on Pemaquid Pond
Home on Pemaquid Pond
BRIBURN – Architecture for Life
The vegetated roof is planted with alpine seedums and helps with storm-water management. It not only absorbs rainfall to reduce runoff but it also respires, so heat gain in the summer is zero. Photo by Trent Bell
Bald Cypress Hedge
Bald Cypress Hedge
Prairie Blue Landscapes
Photo by Linda Oyama Bryan
Photo of a contemporary driveway in Chicago.
Portfolio
Portfolio
Edmunds Studios Photography, Inc.
Design: modernedgedesign.com Photo: Edmunds Studios Photography
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary backyard concrete patio remodel in Milwaukee with a fire pit and a pergola
debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
Inspiration for a contemporary landscaping in San Diego.
Niche
Niche
Seed Studio Landscape Design
image: Travis Rhoads Photography
Design ideas for a small contemporary drought-tolerant and partial sun backyard gravel landscaping in San Francisco with a fire pit.
Custom Built-in Cored Stone Water Feature
Custom Built-in Cored Stone Water Feature
Mile High Landscaping
Mile High Landscaping
Inspiration for a contemporary water fountain landscape in Denver.
Doheny Estates
Doheny Estates
Foundation Landscape Design
Inspiration for a contemporary hillside gravel landscaping in Los Angeles.
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