Landscape Architect & Specifier News

NOV 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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fragrance, or displaying a particularly elegant structural profile in the winter landscape was a primary goal of the design team. Following those criteria an extensive collection of rare Japanese maples was added next to the landscape and 120,000 daffodils of five varieties were naturalized in the emerging meadows. A collection of hydrangeas offer floral interest from April through September, and welcoming white buds underplanted with ferns and hostas lead up to the entry gate of the pool complex. The landscape architects had the pleasure and challenges of working with a client on this complex project over almost four years, ultimately very satisfying for any professional. The final pleasure as always lies in the realization that the design has brought a relaxed and comfortable ambiance to the home and property. Team Landscape Architecture: PAGE | DUKE, Nashville Contractor: Matt Bright Custom Millwork: Vintage Millworks Madison Pool Natural Creations Stone: Pyramid Stone Above: The raised pavilion looks out to the pool and the vast lawn expanses. The homeowner wanted a grey-colored stone for the pool decking, one that would not retain heat during the sultry summer months. The selection was a Waukasau limestone from Wisconsin. 32 Landscape Architect and Specifier News

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