This property's stunning landscape design was patterned after a 1950s Caribbean villa with elegant British Colonial lines and open water views. The pool was raised slightly to keep it from being flooded during high tides.
The exposed subterranean rooms of this Aspen residence aid in bringing light into the home while connecting to the terraced backyard. Colorado-quarried stone supplied by Telluride Stone Company and cedar siding from Western Pacific Building Materials cover the facade.
This backyard is sectioned off to create space for every outdoor desire. A retaining wall creates privacy and adds a wood accent next to the outdoor sitting area with wicker furniture and a fire pit. Concrete pavers continue out to create a grid-like look supporting a lounge chair perfect for sunbathing. Steps descend down to a grass section for outdoor color and fun.
A backyard paradise with limited access and a client wanting a fun pool for the kids, but with an adult feel..The solution was to craft a vessel that would sit within the multiple terraced gardens, that were created with dry stacked stone.
This Mediterranean-style dining terrace features a large patio table with seating for eight and light stone tiles that coordinate with the tile roof, making this space perfect for outdoor parties and casual entertaining.
Lighted steps and clean glass railings are functional features that add to the sleekness and drama of this contemporary California terrace. Stacked stone sheathes the backyard's various tiers, while patches of grass and landscaping add a soft touch.
A long glass wall lines the rear of this modern home, providing a view of the tranquil terrace. The simplicity of the terrace is punctuated by the unique water feature that serves as a reflecting pool for the canopy of tall trees that surround it.