This project on Lake Roosevelt, WA – Just outside of Wilbur, WA – involved the terracing of a sloped property and developing boulder retaining walls, new concrete driveway apron, landscape bed development and a large back patio with a fire bowl in the middle. The finishing touches including plantings and landscape mulch will be put […]
Our booth at the Fall 2012 Home Idea Show was a great success. We had a blast building it and, by the responses we received, people really enjoyed our unique approach to landscape design and construction. The show featured ideas that can easily be implemented throughout the inland northwest, whether it’s a lake front home […]
We’ll be at the Spokane Home and Garden Show this year, March 16,17,18 at the Spokane Convention Center! Our booth has DOUBLED in size this year, with more room for conversation and consultation. We will again have our Living Wall display along with a number of other pieces. If you are interested in learning […]
Posted in NEWS on 13. Mar, 2011
We’ll be at the Spokane Home and Garden Show this year, April 1,2 and 3 at the Spokane Convention Center! While we will not have the biggest display on the floor we WILL have the most original display including an original sculptural piece by Grant Keller. If you are interested in learning about how and […]
If you are even considering having a home built sustainably, or you are a homebuilder with a client interested in sustainability, set those internet floorplans aside and START HERE: NATURE’S AFFECTS ON THE SITE: Which way does the sun move across the sky and, therefore, what orientation will provide the home with the best solar access? Where does the wind […]
Imagine that rainwater harvesting could be turned into an art and given its place in the landscape.
So, it’s pretty easy to look at a book , read a magazine article or watch a show on TV and think, “Hey, I want that in my yard”. However, the practicality of introducing species of plants and trees, landscape features or even landscape construction methods that do not typically work well in our inland northwest landscape […]
Thanks to our good friend Steve Rovetti at RovettiDesign.com we were able to update the look and feel of our website and bring it in line with current web trends.