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Palme in giardino: foto, idee e ispirazione

Davids Garden
Davids Garden
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
Immagine di un giardino tropicale dietro casa con fontane
Franklin
Franklin
William Howard Studio
Ispirazione per un giardino minimal esposto a mezz'ombra dietro casa con un muro di contenimento e ghiaia
Paradise in Kahala
Paradise in Kahala
MCYIA Interior Architecture and Design
Geoff Miasnik
Ispirazione per un grande giardino tropicale esposto a mezz'ombra dietro casa in estate con pavimentazioni in pietra naturale
Forest Hills modern
Forest Hills modern
Working Nature LLC
Homeowner had a cool house but no landscape, and wanted to avoid installing irrigation. Spanish dagger, love, grass, agaves and pennisetum work in the sunny areas, and rain lilies and native sedges fill in shady slopes. A beautiful palo verde tree is the beginning of the courtyard landscape. More to come, stay tuned!
Secret Garden
Secret Garden
Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture
Tamara Alvarez
Idee per un giardino tropicale esposto a mezz'ombra di medie dimensioni e davanti casa con pavimentazioni in mattoni
A Succulent Wall
A Succulent Wall
BlueGreen Landscape Design
This is a custom designed succulent wall. This striking green wall is a site specific landscape that incorporates a variety of plants with contrasting color, texture, and form. It has a built-in irrigation system which means literally minimal maintenance for the homeowner.
An Arlington Residence
An Arlington Residence
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
The garden that we created unifies the property by knitting together five different garden areas into an elegant landscape surrounding the house. Different garden rooms, each with their own character and “mood”, offer places to sit or wander through to enjoy the property. The result is that in a small space you have several different garden experiences all while understanding the context of the larger garden plan.
Brennan Residence
Brennan Residence
Creative Atmospheres, Inc.
Idee per un vialetto d'ingresso contemporaneo davanti casa con sassi di fiume
Tropical Landscaping
Tropical Landscaping
Exteriors By Chad Robert
Main entryway features staggered terraces and tropical plantings.
Ispirazione per un ampio giardino stile americano dietro casa con sassi e rocce
The Colony House
The Colony House
The Design Laboratory
Leland Gebhardt
Immagine di un giardino minimalista dietro casa con un giardino in vaso
Contemporary Landscape
Contemporary Landscape
Foto di un piccolo giardino desertico contemporaneo esposto in pieno sole in cortile in estate con ghiaia
Contemporary Landscaping Project
Contemporary Landscaping Project
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
A Memorial-area art collector residing in a chic modern home wanted his house to be more visible from the street. His yard was full of trees, and he asked us to consider removing them and developing a more modern landscape design that would fully complement the exterior of his home. He was a personal friend of ours as well, and he understood that our policy is to preserve as many trees as possible whenever we undertake a project. However, we decided to make an exception in his case for two reasons. For one thing, he was a very close friend to many people in our company. Secondly, large trees simply would not work with a landscape reflective of the modern architecture that his house featured. The house had been built as story structure that was formed around a blend of unique curves and angles very reminiscent of the geometric patterns common in modern sculpture and art. The windows had been built deliberately large, so that visitors driving up to the house could have a lighted glimpse into the interior, where many sculptures and works of modern art were showcased. The entire residence, in fact, was meant to showcase the eclectic diversity of his artistic tastes, and provide a glimpse at the elegant contents within the home. He asked us to create more modern look to the landscape that would complement the residence with patterns in vegetation, ornamentation, and a new lighted water fountain that would act like a mirror-image of the home. He also wanted us to sculpt the features we created in such a way as to center the eye of the viewer and draw it up and over the landscape to focus on the house itself. The challenge was to develop a truly sophisticated modern landscaping design that would compliment, but in no way overpower the façade of the home. In order to do this, we had to focus very carefully on the geometric appearance of the planting areas first. Since the vegetation would be surrounding a very large, circular stone drive, we took advantage of the contours and created a sense of flowing perspective. We were then very careful to plant vegetation that could be maintained at a very low growth height. This was to prevent vegetation from behaving like the previous trees which had blocked the view of the house. Small hedges, ferns, and flowers were planted in winding rows that followed the course of the circular stone driveway that surrounded the fountain. We then centered this new modern landscape plan with a very sophisticated contemporary fountain. We chose a circular shape for the fountain both to center the eye and to work as a compliment to the curved elements in the home’s exterior design. We selected black granite as the building material, partly because granite speaks to the monumental, and partly because it is a very common material for modern architecture and outdoor contemporary sculpture. We placed the fountain in the very center of the driveway as well, which had the effect of making the entire landscape appear to converge toward the middle of the home’s façade. To add a sense of eclectic refinement to the fountain, we then polished the granite so that anyone driving or walking up to the fountain would see a reflection of the home in the base. To maintain consistency of the circular shape, we radius cut all of the coping around the fountain was all radius cut from polished limestone. The lighter color of the limestone created an archetypal contrast of light and darkness, further contributing to the modern theme of the landscape design, and providing a surface for illumination so the fountain would remain an established keynote on the landscape during the night.
Kuikawa Lot 1
Kuikawa Lot 1
GM Construction, Inc.
Ispirazione per un giardino tropicale con fontane
LOTUS RIDGE
LOTUS RIDGE
Designscape Inc.
SEALIGHT STUDIOS KAUAI
Idee per un giardino tropicale dietro casa
Casey Key Residence
Casey Key Residence
Michael A. Gilkey, Inc.
A contrasting palette of grey concrete pavers meanders through the backyard of this Casey Key residence. The floating fence panels provide privacy while offering glimpses of the gulf frontage beyond. The opposing angle of each panel creates a visual chevron pattern.
Balmoral
Balmoral
Utopia Landscape Design
Tony Phillips
Foto di un giardino tropicale davanti casa e di medie dimensioni
Tropical Backyard
Tropical Backyard
Ami Saunders, MLA
Idee per un giardino tropicale con un muro di contenimento
Lilyvilla Display Garden
Lilyvilla Display Garden
Lilyvilla Gardens
Lauren Hall-Behrens
Esempio di un giardino contemporaneo dietro casa con pavimentazioni in pietra naturale
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