This new construction in the Cochran Heights neighborhood needed a modern backyard to match the clean and simple geometry of the home. The open space was vast enough for a lengthy pool with shallow lounger, flanked by lawn and plantings. It acts as a focal point of the main living areas, viewed through walls of glass that open to the private backyard.The landscape is divided into rooms, with raw steel walls creating negative spaces to accentuate the homeowners’ art and sculpture collection.
The clients wanted some clean and modern additions to their home. Two arbors were built, one as a invitation over the main entry as well as a shelter for an outdoor kitchen. A pool was added to accentuate the views of the lake from the site along with a fire table to warm up the space.
The previous landscape was lackluster and in desperate need of refreshment. The existing pool was at a lower level than the finished floor of the house so the new pool was raised and designed with a negative edge. The surrounding landscape was also designed to cater to outdoor living and relaxation and so a terraced patio was added.
This brand new construction was in need of a landscape to soften and shape the wide, spacious lot. The back of the house is full of floor-to-ceiling windows, so the pool and spa serve as perfect focal points to lead the eye outside. Planters delegate various outdoor living spaces, adding texture and depth.
This home had a complete renovation. To match the new house, the clients wanted a clean and fresh landscape as an accompaniment. A pool was added along with fountains to keep the sound of running water a constant feature. A lush variety of foliage greets all who approach the front door.