This Logan Circle loft terrace space, which was very cold and harsh transformed into a landscape oasis through the addition of a new large container for three (3) Crepe Myrtle trees and a variety of seasonal color. The grouping of the client’s square containers with boxwoods anchors and defines the spaces. The landscape lighting visually [...]
The renovation of this Arts and Crafts home in this Northwest DC Palisades neighborhood was carried into the landscape through the use of stone retaining walls, flagstone walks and terraces and through the low fencing built-on top of the new retaining wall, which mimics the home’s porch railing. The rear of the home was more [...]
This hillside home’s entrance was vastly improved through a widening series of stone stairs and landings. A custom wrought iron railing utilizes the ‘X’ detail from the home’s balcony. The hillside was terraced to lessen the steepness of the slope. A variety of low-maintenance plants bring seasonal color, textures of leaf and flowers.
This DC home is located in the Forest Hills neighborhood. The renovated home was a blending of its original Colonial Revival roots and its new contemporary open plan addition at the back of the home, so it was important that the landscape and hardscape spaces also blend the two. Traditional materials, such as the stone [...]
This two-level terrace space for this penthouse loft area in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia was made lush through the integration of a series of containers providing shade, seasonal color and texture. Two custom-designed stainless water features were integrated into the larger upper terrace. A tall stainless steel water wall mimics the enameled metal [...]
For this ‘Old Town’ Alexandria home, a new pool and two-level terrace space were integrated through the broad staircase connecting the two spaces. Two colors of travertine marble were laid in a diamond checker board pattern and the travertine marble was carried over to the pool’s coping. Brick was used as an accent to the [...]