Archive for the ‘sculptural lights’ Category

New year, New things to celebrate!

By Melanie | Published: January 5th, 2015

On behalf of BlueGreen Landscape Design, We would like to wish you all a Happy New Year 2015!

With the New Year, brings new and exciting things! Below is an article from an international French magazine featuring our design for the Corten steel succulent wall used as an added element in the landscape.

It is described as an artistic focal point combining the use of Corten steel and drought tolerant plant material for a low-maintenance design element that brings dramatic color and interest to the landscape.

 

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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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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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