657 Home Design Photos
RH Factor Landscape Design
View through the front gate. Architecture by NAA+A. photo by Ralph Smith
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
A purple hyacinth bean vine (Lablab purpureus) drapes one of the gateways. Planted as an annual in Pennsylvania it will grow up to 20’ in a season, producing purple/pink flowers and fabulous purple pods all summer long. The leaves, flowers and pods look beautiful both clambering on the fence and in mixed bouquets.
Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
Donna Giguere, APLD Landscape Design
An Asian Style entry courtyard draws inspiration from the 1980's home's Asian Style roof-line and the owner's crane sculptures. Donna Giguere Landscape Design
GEL: Griffin Enright Landscape
An axis through the hillside layers with korean grass steps above.
Contemporary landscape design that's a blend of traditional plant palette with modern hard structures and pool area. Landscape Design: COS Design. Photos: Tim Turner Photography. Copyright COS Design
Wheeler Kearns Architects
construction - goldberg general contracting, inc. interiors - sherry koppel design photography - Steve hall / hedrich blessing landscape - Schmechtig Landscapes, Wade Harvey, project director
Opaque white glass panels framed in redwood create an illusionary natural lighting source. Here they divide the entrance walk-way and the car-port. The recycled redwood horizontal fence is an architectural feature. By: Lisa Lukianoff & Chris Raney
Conte & Conte, LLC
Conte & Conte, LLC landscape architects and designers work with clients located in Connecticut & New York (Greenwich, Belle Haven, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Fairfield, Southport, Rowayton, Manhattan, Larchmont, Bedford Hills, Armonk, Massachusetts) The Blue Door with planters, thanks to Fairfield House & Garden Co. for building this!
Jeri Koegel Photography
Design by Vanessa De Vargas, photography by Jeri Koegel
LuAnn Development, Inc.
Cozy walk street Cape Cod, Doug Leach Architect, Built by LuAnn Development, Photos by Greg Bowman
Grizzly Iron, Inc
These gates and the adjacent railing panels were built new for this house during a large remodel. The finish was sandblasted with a clear sealer which we intentionally left incomplete. This allowed the gates to weather over time and allow the rust to grow in some areas more than others. http://www.facebook.com/grizzlyiron