creating your lifestyle spaces

Working with homeowners is an intimate experience where we collectively explore several design alternatives of equal merit; eventually arriving at the desired solution that fully satisfies your vision.  Our designs are original, technically accurate, and attainable within the prescribed budgetary guidelines.  No attitudes.  No egos, just great places for families & friends.

We remain involved throughout your project.  Whether our recommended contractors are building your project (or you procure a third party) you can find confidence in the fact that our design team is available (as your landscape architect) to represent your best interests throughout the construction process.

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South Hill Rancher

An extensive residential remodel completed in 2009.

Manito Country Club, Spokane WA

Key elements include a new primary entry with a bridge spanning the excavated grade; allowing for maximum daylight into the basement level.  The address is prominently displayed on a columnar basalt water feature.  The landscape boasts a variety of colors and textures using perennial grasses and evergreen plant material.  Low-voltage landscape lighting was installed throughout the property and an outdoor kitchen was designed for the backyard entertainment space.

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Palouse Paradise

As part of a new shop project, this property received a landscape makeover with tons of character; built in 2012

Ridge at Hangman Golf Course, Spokane WA

The landscape design for this traditional country property included a new driveway with guest parking, native screening, a cascading pondless water feature, low-voltage landscape lighting, several outdoor entertainment spaces, deer tolerant landscape, a hot tub adjacent the exercise room, and a swimming pool.

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Modern Entry

The broken arch entry feature was one of the last (but certainly not least) details of this new north side mountain home.

North Spokane; 2012

The primary goal of this project was to create a sense of arrival; the homeowner wanted friends and family to feel like they were passing through a gate - with one exception, no gate.  The arch was replicated from the curved front porch beams; large steel turnbuckles allow for a modern cantilevered twist.