Pitter Patter – Rain on the Roof

PITTER PATTER Don’t get your hopes up, the sound isn't Santa’s reindeer coming for an early surprise, but a long anticipated visit from Mr. Rain. The drought has caused a lot of concern among Bay Area residents. We are very proud of our eco-centric community, bombarding the xeriscape section at Home Depot, replacing roses with agaves, opting for artificial turf as opposed to tradition sod lawns. We have come a long way! Now, let’s completely switch gears for a moment [...]

By |December 18th, 2014|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Pitter Patter – Rain on the Roof

Multi-Family Portfolio – 2200 Pacific Homeowners Association

Multi-Family Portfolio In 2011 we won a competition for the 2200 Pacific Homeowners Association to transform their landscape into a contemporary, elegant entry fitting for a 1960’s Modern, 12 story building. The design brief described a desire to create a “wow” factor while dealing with large vents in the street-side planters that take up over 50 % of the space, and cannot be blocked! Stainless steel trays hover above the vents and hold a soft, naturalistic planting, which contrasts with [...]

By |March 8th, 2014|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Multi-Family Portfolio – 2200 Pacific Homeowners Association

A Rustic Tiburon Retreat Project

A clearing in a Eucalyptus forest, bordered by a creek, provides the setting for this “rustic but elegant” landscape. Upper decks were expanded to gain views of San Francisco, and additional sunshine, and descend to a generous lower deck edged with stone. This deck provides a perch overlooking a spa, built for 12 people, artfully created to harmonize with its natural surroundings. A fire pit found at the Sausalito Art Festival complements the spa. A patio with joints of Isotoma [...]

By |August 21st, 2013|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on A Rustic Tiburon Retreat Project

Acknowledge the past, moving forward…

Before we introduce some new projects we are excited about as we move into the new year, we would be remiss in not expressing our gratitude to our clients for your support and trust in us over the past year(s), enabling us to indulge our passion for fine and creative landscape design, while fulfilling your goals for your outdoor living spaces.  We also express our gratitude to the contractors, trades people and vendors whose talent we rely on as team [...]

By |January 25th, 2012|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Acknowledge the past, moving forward…
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