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Uncatena Residence

Thomas Olcott
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York River Deck - Close-up of top stair post

Close-up of DesignRail® Base Mount to deck surface and CableRail infill. Transition from level railing to stair railing. Nat Rea Photography

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Roof Terrace Sevenoaks - Artificial grass, shade sail, green walls and lighting

We completed an outdoor transformation on a roof terrace in Sevenoaks yesterday. The project included the supply and installation of 32m2 of LazyLawn Wonder Yarn 26mm, a bespoke linear trellis, artificial and natural green living walls. We also introduced a new planting scheme to enhance the area. Uplighters were installed to create a relaxed ambience, giving our customer an additional room where he can dine with friends and family. We installed a water feature, a drip irrigation system to the planters. The custom made sail shade in waterproof fabric was also installed by us, it not only provides shelter from the sun and rain, but also adds more privacy to this roof terrace. LazyLawn Kent | Shaded Nation

Private Residence:  Russell, Ohio

An overview of the backyard made for entertaining. It features an outdoor bar, blue stone patio, pergola with outdoor lighting and an ipe deck with sunken hot tub.

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Feinstein Residence

An extension of the kitchen and living room addition, the arching deck continues the lines of the kitchen and extends the living space into the back yard.

Courtyard House

Ann-Louise Buck

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Lebanon, IN: Cable Infill & Fittings for Customer's Wood Frame

Between the forested backdrop and customer-provided, thick, bright wood frame, our stainless steel cable and end fittings all but disappear completely. What a lovely wrapping deck!

Upper Philimore Gardens

Bartholomew Landscaping were awarded this project through a competitive tender process to work alongside the renowned designer Tom Stuart-Smith. Terraced over four levels the construction including drainage, mechanical, engineering and build-ups was particularly complex and logistically challenging. The lower courtyard included a newly sawn lime stone cladding to the fascia of the building. Antique French limestone was used throughout for all the paved areas with reclaimed cobbles interspersed between solid lime stone steps to create the pathways linking the spaces. Two antique reclaimed water features were installed within the terraced areas to provide interest along the journey and create a truly tranquil ambience. A bespoke metal arbour was also installed in which to drape climbing plants to provide privacy from the surrounding buildings, as well as an area for shade and contemplation. The planting was virtually fully established from day one with a selection of mature evergreens trees and shrubs craned in over the building awaiting Tom’s arrival to personally set them out with the team. Tom likes to add the finishing touch to all his gardens including a lime wash to tone down the selection of pots. Discreet subdued lighting and irrigation was installed throughout the scheme. The bespoke furniture was imported from the USA with one piece granite surfaces coming from Italy. This consisted of a dinning arrangement, loungers, side tables and chairs all finished in a beautiful custom design shower proof fabric. Needles to say the clients were absolutely delighted with the finished garden and it was a pleasure working along Tom Stuart-Smith and Size-breed Construction.