Landscape Architect & Specifier News

NOV 2018

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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where they live, bringing a touch of vacation to everyday activities. The landscape offers intimate gathering spaces with outdoor fireplaces and a multi-level pool deck with private cabanas. The pool deck is surrounded by tropical plant materials, which will make any resident feel as if they are on a tropical trip in their own backyards. To make this area more visually impactful to the residents, Lifescapes International lowered the gates around the pool area so that residents would not have to look through a fence to see the beauty and activity going on inside. Additionally, an outdoor fireplace, event lawn and poolside BBQ complete the recreational area of Circa 37. In all, the amenities and corresponding landscape design instantly allow residents to feel like they have been transported to a destination where they can play, relax and feel at home in luxurious and environmentally-sensitive surroundings. Team List Landscape Architecture Firm: Lifescapes International Sr. Principal/Project Director: Mike Myers Executive. Sr. Principal/Vice President of Design & Horticulture: Roger Voettiner November 2018 57 Above: The designers at Lifescapes International were concerned with including the right plants to create a paradise-like environment for the residents. To achieve this, they chose plantings that formed a dynamic color scheme, with calm greens mixing among bright floral choices. Some of these plantings include: Fox Tail Agave, Mendevilla Red Riding Wood, Bush Tango Kangaroo Paw, Lady Palm, Split Leaf Philodendron and Manzanita. PHOTO: HARRISON PHOTOGRAPHIC Middle: The combination of colorful and soothing plantings, in addition to the water feature, provide a welcoming setting to potential and current residents. As the opening view of the complex, Lifescapes International chose to make the front courtyard as bright and clean-looking as possible. PHOTO: ANTHONY GOMEZ PHOTOGRAPHY

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