What do you see when you look out your windows? All of them? Even windows looking out onto a utilitarian sideyard should have something pleasant to gaze at. Does your front yard make you the envy of the nieghborhood? Does the backyard lure you out on warm days with lush, happy plants, ample patio space, comfortable lounge furniture and interesting features like architectural pottery and the lulling sounds of water trickling down the face of a fountain? Do you have the soft enveloping privacy of screening trees and protecting branches of an architectural tree that matures and grows with the family?
This inviting pool hosted and nurtured young, national champion swimmers as part of it's recent history.
This sculptural tree aloe that now watches over the pool was carefully craned in from the street below and positioned to take full advantage of it's mature character.
The overhead structure was designed with canvas draped bays to soften the mass of it and provide shade without darkening the space.
Perfect for entertaining groups or quiet family with multiple pockets of cozy spaces.
The back wall of the fire trough is a water feature layering opposing elements.