Kim ResidenceSouthwestern Landscape, Phoenix

Entry Walkway at Dusk. Photo by Michael Woodall

Design ideas for a large southwestern drought-tolerant and full sun side yard concrete paver garden path in Phoenix for fall. —  Houzz
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Duarte Romero wrote:Nov 20, 2017
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    Tate Studio Architects

    The stucco is a synthetic top coat color matched to Dunn Edwards color DE6098 - Burns Cave

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Kolozar David wrote:Apr 9, 2015
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    Tate Studio Architects

    Hello David. The stepping stones are actually integral color exposed aggregate concrete. The color of the concrete is Davis Graphite.

davandyke wrote:Apr 21, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to 10 Ways to Make the Most of Your Side YardJul 20, 2015

    4. Frame a view. If you have room only for a straight and narrow path, then just go with it. Here, the distinct flora of the American Southwest provides a sculptural focal point at the terminus of the path.

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Desert Home Blurs Every Line Between Indoors and OutMar 10, 2015

    Architect Mark Tate wanted to create an arrival processional. Just off the driveway, one heads almost directly west, looking out to carefully placed cacti and, at dusk, to the setting sun. The long view keeps the area from feeling constricted. Stepping stones: aggregate concrete with Graphite pigment by Davis Colors

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    druffeldl
    Dan Druffel Inc. added this to 448 Warren Ave.2 days ago

    The movement created by the different sizes of the stepping stones. This will create nice pockets for plantings and create a more interesting pathway.

    anobis
    anobis added this to BeamesAug 13, 2019

    DG and pavers - different sizes

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