Landscape Architect & Specifier News

MAY 2017

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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210 Landscape Architect and Specifier News See ad on page 207 Information Request # 9126 FireBoulder FIREBOULDER, a one-of-kind natural stone fire feature. Fire and Water Boulders add multiple elements of enjoyment to any outdoor living area. www.fireboulder.com 317-750-7384 Fire Pit Block 2017 Specifier's Guide outdoor living Architectural Pottery See ad on page 189 Information Request # 9209 Architectural Pottery is a leading manufacturer of high quality GFRC fire tables, landscape containers, fire and water bowls. Sizes up to 72" - choose from a variety of styles and finishes. www.archpot.com 714-895-3359 See ads on pages 211, 219, 255, 257 Information Request # 9017 Pavestone Company www.pavestone.com 866-409-7971 Pavestone SplitRock Series provides natural looking split-face blocks for your projects. The rugged look adds texture and dimension to paver applications. The durable blocks can be assembled in many configurations, including running bond patterns. The stones can be stacked with insets, moved forward and backward, and horizontally and vertically. See ads on pages 286 Information Request # 9526 American Specialty Glass Inc. www.americanspecialtyglass.com 877-294-4222 Heighten the ambiance of your outdoor space with fire pit glass. With so many color options, give your fire pit a fresh existence. Replace those old ceramic logs and commonplace lava rocks. Fire pit glass retains more heat than ceramic logs. Glass is a wonderful material–stays clean, emits no soot, doesn't melt, and has a captivating appearance. I n f o r m a t i o n R e q u e s t # 2 2 9 Fire Pit Glass Fire Features continued from page 208

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