A water feature complements a commissioned garden sculpture at the entry garden of Charlson Meadows, home of Life Science Foundation (LSF). The mission of LSF is “Using its land and resources, Life Science Foundation exists to create and provide environments for the public that renew, inspire, and enrich all life.” The entry creates a tactile, inviting, ADA compliant path to the main offices and allows easy and obvious access to the LSF Chalet.
To give his clients a path across the grass, landscape architect Jason Cromley installed stone pavers that stretch from the patio to the fence. Thanks to their neutral finish, these squares perfectly complement the stone retaining walls.
On a roof garden in New York's Tribeca neighborhood, natural materials, such as stone pavers surrounded by moss, fit with the homeowner's love of nature. This project by Aaron Andrews McIntire of Gunn Landscape Architecture in New York won a 2015 Association of Landscape Designers award.
This project was designed to blend visually stimulating and calming elements at the same time to create thought-provoking social spaces. Hard clean lines are softened with natural earth tones, color and vegetation, providing contrast and excitement.
Every corner is maximized in this small outdoor patio with potted plants along the walkway. Large pavers are used to create clean lines, while soft wooden elements provide a more natural and organic feel.
Talk about making an entrance: In this incredible Hawaiian home, come in via a walkway of pavers hovering above a pond. The surrounding rooms are filled with greenery and open to the house's sweeping views.
The exterior of this modern home features a sleek brick-and-wood facade with a metal roof and dark, updated trim. A walkway of pavers lends design distinction to the front path, while gravel beds fit with the home's mod aesthetic.