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Archana Vikram Photography
RAYA SHANKHWALKER ARCHITECTS
Studio An-V-Thot Architects Pvt. Ltd.
ESSTEAM DESIGN SERVICES LLP
The Thach Creations ™
A“Healing garden” is a garden or landscape designedfor a specific population, place, and intended positive health outcome. ... A“restorative landscape” or “landscape for health” isany landscape—wild or designed, large or small—that facilitateshuman health and well-being Safety, the perception and safety, and comfortare all essential elements in healthcare gardens. The healing gardensshould provide 1) Contact with Mather Nature, 2) A sense of control, 3) Opportunitiesfor socializing & 4) opportunities for movement and exercise. Biophilic design is an approach to Architecture thatseeks to connect building occupants more closely to nature. Thesebuildings incorporate things like natural lighting and ventilation, naturallandscape features and other elements for creating a more productive andhealthy built environment for people. Do come to us forExceptional Homes, Interior, Traditional Furniture and Landscapes. We have experience,expertise and exposure since inception in 1991- i.e. More than 28 years.We can also help you with Architectural Design, Building Design, InteriorDesign, Landscape Design, Garden Design, Furniture Design, Kitchen Design,Wooden Flooring, Wooden Kitchen, Modular Kitchen, Swimming pool Design, Waterfeatures, Water Cascades, Feature walls, Sustainable Homes, Green Homes,Traditional Homes, Timber Architecture, Building Construction, InteriorContracting and Landscape Contracting. Come, let’s make magic Together.
ecodesign Pty Ltd
Images By Peter Brennan Integrated outdoor sitting room with outdoor fireplace. Three blocks of Bifold doors link the indoor living areas and invite you out onto the hardwood decking with linear pond with fountain bubblers. Privacy created with tiger grass and stylised bamboo laser cut steel panel screens timber battens are also used.
Outside Dreams Landscape Design and Construction
On a slight sloped front yard, we installed a brand new paver patio, complete with steps and a walkway leading to the sidewalk! With plantings in mulch new grass, and rocks placed strategically, this design has a true flow to it and our customer will love it for years to come!
A drought-tolerant landscape design with a concrete paver walkway with river rocks leads up to the front door. Along either side are large areas of decomposed granite with succulents. While closer to the house are gravel beds with low-moisture plants.
John Stadelman - Bachman's Landscaping
We used a dry stream and bridge to set this front entrance apart from others. Tumbled pavers were used for the sidewalk. Large blocks of weathered limestone were placed next to the sidewalk to be used as benches.
geoff sumich design
200 year-old Mesquite doors framed in Cor-Ten steel form the entry to the house courtyard. Cable strung between freestanding concrete monoliths form a trellis for vines to grow.
Washington Landscape and Design LLC
Arrow. Land + Structures
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Amber Freda Garden Design
This townhouse garden on Manhattan's Upper West Side features backyard plantings for a partly shady backyard. We curved the plant beds for some contrast to go against all the straight lines found in the fence and patio. Plantings include a Forest Pansy redbud tree, sky pencil hollies, rose-of-Sharon, and hakone grass. See more of our projects at www.amberfreda.com
When you open the back doors of the home of Nancy and Jeremy Campbell in Granville, you don’t just step out onto a patio. You enter an extension of a modern living space that just happens to be outdoors. Their patio’s unique design and setting provides the comfort and style of indoors while enjoying the natural beauty and fresh air of outdoors. It all started with a rather desolate back yard. “It was completely blank, there was nothing back there,” Nancy remembers of the patio space of this 1972 split-level house they bought five years ago. With a blank slate to work with, the Campbells knew the key elements of what they wanted for their new outdoor space when they sat down with Travis Ketron of Ketron Custom Builders to design it. “We knew we wanted something covered so we could use it in the rain, and in the winter, and we knew we wanted a stone fireplace,” Nancy recalls. Travis translated the Campbells’ vision into a design to satisfy outdoor entertaining and relaxing desires in all seasons. The new outdoor space is reminiscent of a vast, rustic great room complete with a stone fireplace, a vaulted ceiling, skylights, and ceiling fans, yet no walls. The space is completely open to the elements without any glass or doors on any of the sides, except from the house. Furnished like a great room, with a built-in music system as well, it’s truly an extension of indoor living and entertaining space, and one that is unaffected by rain. Jeremy comments, “We haven’t had to cover the furniture yet. It would have to be a pretty strong wind to get wet.” Just outside the covered patio is a quartet of outdoor chairs adorned with plush cushions and colorful pillows, positioned perfectly for users to bask in the sun. In the design process, the fireplace emerged as the anchor of the space and set the stage for the outdoor space both aesthetically and functionally. “We didn’t want it to block the view. Then designing the space with Travis, the fireplace became the center,” remembers Jeremy. Placed directly across from the two sets of French doors leading out from the house, a Rumford fireplace and extended hearth of stone in neutral earth tones is the focal point of this outdoor living room. Seating for entertaining and lounging falls easily into place around it providing optimal viewing of the private, wooded back yard. When temperatures cool off, the fireplace provides ample warmth and a cozy setting to experience the change of seasons. “It’s a great fireplace for the space,” Jeremy says of the unique design of a Rumford style fireplace. “The way you stack the wood in the fireplace is different so as to get more heat. It has a shallower box, burns hotter and puts off more heat. Wood is placed in it vertically, not stacked.” Just in case the fireplace doesn’t provide enough light for late-night soirees, there is additional outdoor lighting mounted from the ceiling to make sure the party always goes on. Travis brought the idea of the Rumford outdoor fireplace to the Campbells. “I learned about it a few years back from some masons, and I was intrigued by the idea then,” he says. “We like to do stuff that’s out of the norm, and this fireplace fits the space and function very well.” Travis adds, “People want unique things that are designed for them. That’s our style to do that for them.” The patio also extends out to an uncovered area set up with patio tables for grilling and dining. Gray pavers flow throughout from the covered space to the open-air area. Their continuous flow mimics the feel of flooring that extends from a living room into a dining room inside a home. Also, the earth tone colors throughout the space on the pavers, fireplace and furnishings help the entire space mesh nicely with its natural surroundings. A little ways off from both the covered and uncovered patio area is a stone fire pit ring. Removed by just the right distance, it provides a separate place for young adults to gather and enjoy the night. Adirondack chairs and matching tables surround the outdoor fire pit, offering seating for anyone who doesn’t wish to stand and a place to set down ingredients for yummy fireside treats like s’mores. Padded chairs outside the reach of the pavilion and the nearby umbrella the perfect place to kick back and relax in the sun. The colorful throw pillows and outdoor furniture cushions add some needed color and a touch of personality. Enjoying the comforts of indoors while being outdoors is exactly what the Campbells are doing now, particularly when lounging on the comfortable wicker furniture that dominate most of the area. “My favorite part of the whole thing is the fireplace,” Nancy says. Jeremy concludes, “There is no television, it would destroy the ambiance out there. We just enjoy listening to music and watching the fire.”