– To create a serene tropical landscape for meditation and yoga.
– Convert an existing 1950s swimming pool into a grotto and natural water feature.
– The integration of spectacular rooms and spaces for contemplation
– Privacy from neighbors to the north and south Preserving Critical Views
A Balinese tea garden house was designed adjacent to a spectacular grotto and natural water feature. Wraparound pergolas were designed off the tea garden, together with interesting patio corridors for yoga and meditation.
The grotto and integrated water features is rather spectacular! You 1st hear the sound of water before you are able to appreciate the workmanship of the artisans who installed this amazing landscape element.
Chiki huts are used to define special this aas you nd unique locations in the landscape.
Large palms with strategically located to create interest and privacy. These palms were also used to frame views.
Tropical plants were strategically positioned to co-mingle and to create a tropical paradise.
Native and salt-tolerant plant material we used in areas of the landscape that were exposed to the prevailing winds off the Gulf.
Empire Zoysia turf was used to link different areas of the landscape. Large flat boulders were integrated into the Empire Zoysia turf.
Balinese urns and vessels was strategically positioned throughout the landscape
Large root enhanced Cabbage Palms
Large Clump Cabada Palms
Fiji Fan Palms
Notable Services Rendered:
Site and development planning
Detailed concrete paving plans and working drawings
Casey Key, Nokomis Florida