RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS 

 

Happy Vallley

A single-family home with an overlooked yard with no adequate circulation. It has basic retaining walls and an unused lower deck, to enable the best use by the family, the garden was designed for grade changes by incorporating retaining walls. Click here to see details of this project with more photos.

Seattle Rooftop Garden

single family residence in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle WA, with a rooftop English garden with a bluestone paver patio, and surrounded by formal boxwood and colorful perennials. Click here to see more details and photos.

West Linn Residence

This home had a small backyard with a significant sloping embankment, adding retaining walls to move the slope back for larger lawn and room for a cozy pavilion. Click here for more images and details.

Canby Residence

In Canby OR, the design allowed for creating a seating patio, level lawn and terrace slope. The hardscape included Columbia Slate patio pavers, dry-stack basalt stone retaining wall, adding a firepit and variegated bluestone pavers. To read more details and pictures click here.

Vancouver Home

The design for this Vancouver WA  home created an attractive useable space while improving the heavy clay soil drainage, by adding a raised artificial turf lawn to encourage drainage, Trout Creek stack stone walls, crushed rock pathways. Click here for more details and images.

Home in West Linn

This design resolved problems with a waterlogged backyard, using dry creek beds, well placed boulders, for more details and images click here.

Tualatin Residence

This home had a mature garden and the design needed to enhance the the current landscape while solving the drainage issues and providing an area for a patio space. Click here for more details and images.

19th Street Home

19th Street home design included a cottage garden, stone fire pit, walls that had seating around flagstone patio and organically shaped paving stones. To see more pictures and details click here.