Archive for the ‘Fountains’ Category

Hillside Villa

By Melanie | Published: October 24th, 2014

Creating the possible out of the impossible!

These plan and section renderings which we create for every project show the extensive planning and detail we put into maximizing the potential of every property.

The very steep slopes of this property which were considered unusuable are now beautiful gathering spaces through careful plant selection and terracing.

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Fire / Water Feature bringing the design elements to the street front

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Child’s Play

By Melanie | Published: October 10th, 2014

A customized back yard to expand a child’s imagination and promote fun and adventure for the amazing children of this fun loving family!

We created 3D renderings of two different designs that took into consideration the clients needs and promoted fun, adventure, and whimsy!

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Bringing whimsy through color, lights, and sculptural elements…

The different zones promote areas for group gathering, playing, and areas to relax and get lost in one’s own imagination.

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The Gem of the Block

By Melanie | Published: October 1st, 2014

From the initial sketch to the planted masterpiece – this plentiful and copius yet water conscience garden makes a bold statement in the neighborhood.

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Actualize the Design with 3D Renderings

By Melanie | Published: September 26th, 2014

For clients who need help visualizing the design, we create customized 3D renderings that allow the client to envision the finished landscape.

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The Sculptural Garden

By Melanie | Published: July 1st, 2014

A modern succulent garden

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Each plant is treated as sculptural element in the landscape. (more…)

The Found Garden

By Melanie | Published: May 10th, 2014

A garden escape that highlights the client’s love for geology and found objects.

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Modern Oasis

By Melanie | Published: April 4th, 2014

Large impact with minimal planting material for this front yard oasis

Each plant type is selected for its specific form and structure to highlight or define major elements.

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Sculptural plants highlight the water feature by creating a backdrop… (more…)