Morro Bay Breezeway contemporary-deck
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Morro Bay Breezeway Contemporary Deck, San Luis Obispo

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zsazsa23 wrote:
Decking - What material was used for the deck? It's under the Composite category, but looks more like wood.
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ipedeckco
It's Ipe with Garapa highlighted decking.
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
It's IPE but not Garapa highlighted decking. It is vertical grain fir. Thanks for the interest!
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maryroberts1201 wrote:
Excuse me, but what is that large turqouise mosaic like receptacle?
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s1234
what material is the over head screen ? Looks very neat !!
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Yes, Sheila wins the prize! We prefer these over standard BBQ pits that look like big toasters. Thanks for your interest!
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Hopkins Studio, architecture + design wrote:
Where did you get that fire pit?
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
This is a custom design and constructed on site to grade.
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
We do work all over we have a project in Oakland and San Jose presently and as far south as San Diego so call us or check out our website at www.jgsdesigns.com we would be glad to work with you!
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jhhampton wrote:
what is the wood?
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
It's IPE. Thanks for your interest.
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amyastdesigns wrote:
Where do I find the lighting that is mounted in the wall please?
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
This is one of a kind design, built on site as a custom design. You can contact us at www.jgsdesigns.com for design consultations its how we stay in business. Thank you for your interest.
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normlee wrote:
How is the Ipe wall built and attached to the wall?
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