This 36th floor condo patio provides plenty of living space and amazing views. The challenge was to create a personal oasis in the city without obstructing the scenery. Thus use of stone pavers, crushed lava rock and basalt boulder helped bring a more natural feel to this semi formal design. Careful placement of pots and select plantings help to soften this inner city hardscape.
Para Space Landscaping Inc.
The idea behind this garden design was to create separate spaces to relax and enjoy the garden unified by the mix of natural and precast materials. Soft blues, tans & whites were used to generate a calming tone throughout. From the low seating walls to the verticality of the arbors, both combined to bring depth and scale to this small garden.
Landscape 2000 Ltd.
Living for over a year in a sandy desert and concrete jungle, the owners decided to create a liveable space. This project included a limestone patio, multiple water features, fire-pit, entrance stairs, and plantings. This is now an outdoor oasis.
This is Landscape 2000 Ltd’s 6th win in 5 consecutive years. In 2012, they had two winning projects and one of those being the coveted Grand Winner which is only handed out in special circumstances.
Fossil Project Services & Paul Sangha Landscape Architecture
The street side features layered planting surrounding the autocourt, imported stone paving for a brdge and steppers through the entry reflective pool and an extensive greenroof that transitions to natural grade as it approaches the street.
The ocean side included comprehensive foreshore work, a large planted retaining wall (20’high, 100’long), 35 screening trees, lower lawn and imported stone for entertainment terrace, slab stars and a curved seat wall. Extensive planting and feature trees were installed throughout the property along with a sophisticated irrigation system.
Fossil Project Services & with Paul Sangha Landscape Architecture wins under the Unique Special Feature Category for the “Sculptural Wall” project.
This unique metal sculptural retaining wall spans 200’ and varies in height from 6’-12’. Significant engineering and innovative construction methods were required to bring this functional artwork to life. Majority o the wall is free-standing with the remaining portion attached to an existing concrete wall.
Working with the landscape architect and oceanic engineers significant foreshore work was undertake to dissipate wave energy and facilitate the deposition of sand to enhance the foreshort and create habitat for flora and fauna.