A Aromatic/Fire table, Torches
A Lighting plan
A Bubblers, spill trays, pool w/plants, lights
A Water wall/spillway/bridge/bay, plants, wood-deck/dark trim
A Large white deck slabs
A Multiple size large tiles
C Image recessed into concrete? water flow through it?
A Flat tiered surfaces, black jacuzzi/infinity-edges, deck puck lights
A Tiered-path that water follows
A Large slabs with thin river rock borders
A Uniterrupted glossy plane that is water surface without border
A Illusion of stones floating on water, small island on water
A Large slabs overhang water by varying amounts. House layout is Sand Sea Surf Sky, each being a different floor of house
A Tiered deck levels, wood trim on white deck, dual waterfalls on a rooftop! Spillway into pools. This 'Rooftop Island' by Chicago Green Design
Is the black part of the water feature a hard surface? Could act as a water feature, splashpad for the dog and still function / not look out of place when not running. The water feature that sits between the dining and lounge areas was inspired by the work of Italian landscape designer Luciano Giubbilei, after one of the homeowners sent Stevens a picture of the kind of water feature she wanted. “They also wanted the water feature to activate the space with sound. We tried to create something similar but using materials in Colorado,” Stevens says. A quarry in the nearby town of Lyons cut a huge slab of Colorado buff sandstone for the water feature. “Then we had a custom steel water weir made that we chiseled into the stone and set, and then we core-drilled the monolithic stone so we could run the pipe up through it to feed the weir,” Stevens says. “And then we poured a custom water basin. This feature is central to the whole design, and the space just feels incredible when you’re in it.” Stevens planted dwarf fountain grass (Pennisetum alopecuroides, USDA zones 6 to 9; find your zone) around the fountain.
Located along the Intracoastal Waterway in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, this elaborate pool design continues from indoors to out. Van Kirk & Sons Pools and Spas carved out a sunken lounge space surrounded by water on three sides and with a cover. The space can be accessed by steppingstones across the pool in two places. And a linear fire pit marks the line between indoors and out.
I like the water feature on the left, with multi-levels and it empties into gravel.
Bluestone product: Has no browns, geometric pattern, smooth surfaces
Use of white stone/poured concrete with black river stone surrounds (and some sections without...)
Continuous Strip lights, using light to float features,