The "Guts" of a Project

The most important part of a project is often time missed.  Great detail and planning goes into figuring out how a project comes together and how all the elements will be supported and work together for a successful final product.  The following photos show a project under current construction.  The project consists of an elevated terrace and coy pond.  

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August 9, 2013: Aldie Residence Completed

With an estate overlooking the sprawling hills of Aldie, Virginia, our client wanted a landscape project that maximized his magnificent views.  The project included a pool house (including full bath, kitchen, fireplace and audio visual system), an infinity edge pool, hot tub, fire pit, deck, screened room and a sitting area with pergola.

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July 31, 2013: Oakton Residence Completed

It all started when we were invited to look at a “simple” pool renovation project. We visited a couple’s home where weeds had taken over the planting areas, flagstone steps were loose and tripping hazards were abundant.  The owner was “tired of making up games with his children to swim underwater to see how many broken and fallen pool tiles they could collect.”

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July 5, 2013: McLean Residence Completed

With a program developed closely with the client, our team was able to create a multi-use space suitable for the client’s wants and needs as well as entertaining friends and family. The highlights of the new backyard included a custom gas and wood burning fireplace, a putting green, unique herringbone paving patterns, an outdoor kitchen, feet of usable seatwalls and established plantings.

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