Modern Front Landscape - New Berlin
Modern Front Landscape - New Berlin
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
A stone address marker and bluestone steppers lead you from the driveway entrance to the front walk. Westhauser Photography
Nursery Entry
Nursery Entry
F. John LaBarba Construction
F. John LaBarba / Design: Beth Ann LaBarba
Outdoor
Outdoor
Laura Morton Design
A generously sized natural wood slab table is right at home in this space. Tall timber bamboo and translucent plexi provide screening without bulk
Aquatica True Ofuro Freestanding Stone Japanese Soaking Bathtub
Aquatica True Ofuro Freestanding Stone Japanese Soaking Bathtub
Aquatica Plumbing Group
Exterior dimensions (in) 51.5 L x 36.25 W x 33.75 H Inspired by ancient Japanese traditions of soaking in Ofuro tubs, the True Ofuro Japanese style bathtub is a ‘sit and soak’, solid surface bathtub, featuring a deep design for a full-body immersion. Crafted in Italy, this immaculately sculpted tub is available with an optional inline water heater and digital control panel with temperature display, which will reduce water consumption and provide for a prolonged soaking experience at very comfortable temperatures. One of the True Ofuro's key features is it's carefully designed elevated rim for improved bathers neck and head support, and the convenient ergonomic seating, which allows the body to be comfortably emerged to maximum water capacity. The international industrial design team, commissioned by Aquatica to create this product, used advanced CAD tools, modeling and repeated testing with real size prototype units, in order to reach the optimal balance between ergonomic comfort and visual appeal for this one of a kind bathtub. Thanks to the AquateX™ material, this Japanese soaking tub retains heat for much longer and has a silky and smooth surface. Besides being one of our most space conscious bathtubs, the freestanding and petite construction of this Japanese style bathtub means that it can be installed pretty much anywhere in your bathroom.
Bonsai Pavilion
Bonsai Pavilion
Samsel Architects
Our client has a large collection of bonsai trees and wanted an exhibition space for the extensive collection and a workshop to tend to the growing plants. Together we came up with a plan for a beautiful garden with plenty of space and a water feature. The design also included a Japanese-influenced pavilion in the middle of the garden. The pavilion is comprised of three separate rooms. The first room is features a tokonoma, a small recessed space to display art. The second, and largest room, provides an open area for display. The room can be accessed by large glass folding doors and has plenty of natural light filtering through the skylights above. The third room is a workspace with tool storage. Photography by Todd Crawford
Serangoon North
Serangoon North
StudioMyte
The homeowners of this HDB maisonette flat in Serangoon are an outgoing couple who wanted a home designed to be able to host large gatherings and cell groups comfortably. Hu Wen and Mei Ying designed an open plan combining the living, balcony, dining and open kitchen into a single contiguous space. A small yard was created at where the back of the wet kitchen used to be and, cleverly located behind the new open kitchen, it is where the couple is able to keep their unsightly laundry hidden away while entertaining guests. In this way, the social and service areas on the first storey are kept neatly separated, making it always ready for hosting! The homeowners are also passionate foodies! They love exploring new cafes and restaurants around our island, so the designers transformed their balcony into their very own "cafe"! A glass canopy, wooden trellis and fairy lights transform the space into a great spot for brunch during the day or romantic candlelight dinner at night. This project was done in collaboration with Bezelel's Craftsmen.
Modern Asian Garden
Modern Asian Garden
Little Miracles Designs
Mature flower bed with low maintenance ground cover. Corten steel frame and fountain
Kalorama Contemporary
Kalorama Contemporary
JHLA | Jennifer Horn Landscape Architecture
Our clients on this project were inspired by their travels to Asia and wanted to mimic this aesthetic at their DC property. We designed a water feature that effectively masks adjacent traffic noise and maintains a small footprint.
Meditative Healing Garden- Laurel Canyon
Meditative Healing Garden- Laurel Canyon
Ketti Kupper Conscious Life Design
Build out of the Meditation Hut next to the spa deck and gravel filled steps that lead into a recessed fire pit area. Photo by Ketti Kupper.
Water feature in a small space
Water feature in a small space
JHLA | Jennifer Horn Landscape Architecture
Our clients on this project were inspired by their travels to Asia and wanted to mimic this aesthetic at their DC property. We designed a water feature that effectively masks adjacent traffic noise and maintains a small footprint.
West Seattle Eco-friendly Home: rain chain and rain garden
West Seattle Eco-friendly Home: rain chain and rain garden
In Harmony Sustainable Landscapes
A rain chain collects roof runoff and delivers it to the rain garden. The rain garden collects water and lets it soak into the ground slowly, so it doesn't run off into nearby waterways.

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