Jeremy Taylor Landscapes
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As a licensed Landscape Architect in Los Angeles, Jeremy Taylor Landscapes provides a full service design studio to our clients. We try to advocate the best value while working within each client’s individual budget and maintaining the sustainable green aspect of the site. One method of achieving budgetary conservation is through reusing existing materials that exist onsite whether it is salvaging plant material or broken concrete. Another way is through a long-term broad scope approach to water management over the future years of the project, by allowing for water efficient irrigation and drought tolerant plant design. Also, with the use of permeable materials such as gravel, decomposed granite, decks, and planted joints between pavers & flagstone, we try to allow water to percolate naturally into the soil to refill the deprived water table in the ground. But, the true test of a great design is the balance between the client’s needs, their personality, the client’s wants, the context and essence of the setting, the site ecology, and style of the architecture. Our firm tries to preserve the stylistic integrity of our vision while adding a personal touch to the care of each client from the design process through construction observation. This mixture allows us to forge long lasting relationships with our clients and fulfill the owner’s enjoyment of the transformation of their garden. Graduating from The Ohio State University in 1997, with a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture, Jeremy expanded his knowledge base with work experience in resort design, urban design & planning, park & recreation design, and design-build residential construction. Subsequently in 2002, he mentored under Jay Griffith, one of the top vanguard landscape designers of the modern movement. With six years of unparalleled experience there, Jeremy elevated his sense of design aesthetics, sharpened his instincts for space planning, and developed a greater appreciation for drought tolerant planting design. Our company specializes in effective space planning, low maintenance gardens, sustainable landscapes, the use of drought tolerant planting, and eco-friendly designs. Our various abilities, depth of knowledge, and originality, allow us to be flexible and transform the client’s garden into an astounding livable space. Jeremy’s aspiration of starting a landscape architectural firm came to fruition in 2005; he finds that this realization makes the projects more gratifying and that it rekindles his love for the profession. In this past year, Jeremy was named as a consultant for Jamie Durie Design (jamieduriedesign.com). In addition, JTL was selected as one of only four Landscape Architects to be included as part of Santa Monica’s Sustainable Landscape Architecture Professionals Program.

Services Provided
DESIGN ONLY: Pools & Spas, Concrete, Decking, Driveways, Retaining Walls, Shade Structures, Drip Irrigation & Water Efficient Irrigation, Drought Tolerant Planting, Water Features, Ponds & Aquatic Planting, Grading, Fencing / Gates, Cushion Design, Built-In Furniture, Outdoor Furniture Selection & Sourcing, Outdoor Fireplaces, Outdoor Kitchens, BBQ's, Specimen Tree & Plant Sourcing, Conceptual Home Remodels & Additions, (Excludes Engineering)

Areas Served
Most of Los Angeles County

Certifications and Awards
*The Ohio State University
Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture - 1997

* State of California Landscape Architect - License # 4982

* Certified Sustainable Building Advisor - 2010
Contact: Jeremy Taylor
Location: 717 California Avenue
Venice, CA 90291
License Number: 4982
Commented: Pacers for front door? Thank you, it was French Limestone... We sourced the material from Joanie Schecter (310) 459-6778.
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Commented: Our new patio Vintage Majestic. Thanks
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Commented: Size of the pool please?? The pool is roughly 10'-6" x 22'-0". Thank you
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Commented: What is this plant? The plant in the photo is Echeveria 'Afterglow'. Thank you
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Commented: Do Fucrea really need protection from the sun? The ones in this photo are in full sun and no issues with snails here. Its decomposed granite around the base. Please let me know if that helps you. Thanks
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Commented: Deck is a great idea! What are its dimensions? Thank you very much! The Deck is roughly 12' x 24'. Best, Jeremy
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