Small Lawn Designs
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
Entry and vehicular gate. Photography: Matthew Millman, RTD
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
"National Designer Show House at the Historic Greystone Estate in Beverly Hills" ** Our overaching theme was "It's definitely NOT your granddad's mansion anymore!"
R L S Associates Architects
New addition with covered terrace off of the new Dining Room. Marc Soracco Photography
Harry Braswell Inc.
Photography by Greg Hadley
Robert Rhodes Architecture + Interiors
Whitecross Street is our renovation and rooftop extension of a former Victorian industrial building in East London, previously used by Rolling Stones Guitarist Ronnie Wood as his painting Studio. Our renovation transformed it into a luxury, three bedroom / two and a half bathroom city apartment with an art gallery on the ground floor and an expansive roof terrace above.
Design Collective Studio
Roof top garden designed with various areas for entertaining.
Brooks Kolb LLC Landscape Architecture
Steep hillside garden with 2 sets of curving stone stairs, stone terrace, fountain, small lawn, extensive shrub and perennial border. Photos by Brooks Kolb
Jane Harries Garden Designs
The new lawn makes the garden seem bigger and deeper. It's a shallow garden with a point to the left, now concealed by trees and the swing seat. New planting contrasts purples, greys and greens. Jane Harries
Prairie Blue Landscapes
Photo by Linda Oyama Bryan
Embracing the organic, wild aesthetic of the Arizona desert, this home offers thoughtful landscape architecture that enhances the native palette without a single irrigation drip line. Landscape Architect: Greey|Pickett Architect: Clint Miller Architect Landscape Contractor: Premier Environments Photography: Steve Thompson
Todd Haiman Landscape Design
© Todd Haiman Landscape Design
Kate Gould Gardens
The perfect green oasis for a small courtyard garden with an artificial lawn surrounded by powder coated planters, a bespoke wooden console & storage/seating bench, retro white soft furnishings & overhead festoon lighting; all amongst the evergreen planting & green wall. Photo Copyright Helen Fickling
Mark Brand Architecture
Mid-Century Modernism inspired our design for this new house in Noe Valley. The exterior is distinguished by cubic massing, well proportioned forms and use of contrasting but harmonious natural materials. These include clear cedar, stone, aluminum, colored stucco, glass railings, slate and painted wood. At the rear yard, stepped terraces provide scenic views of downtown and the Bay Bridge. Large sunken courts allow generous natural light to reach the below grade guest bedroom and office behind the first floor garage. The upper floors bedrooms and baths are flooded with natural light from carefully arranged windows that open the house to panoramic views. A mostly open plan with 10 foot ceilings and an open stairwell combine with metal railings, dropped ceilings, fin walls, a stone fireplace, stone counters and teak floors to create a unified interior.