This project was constructed to be an entertaining hotspot, while working around an important drainage feature. Concept and design layout proposed maximizing usable space, tucking a pergola into naturalized woodlot area. This allowed the use of a stone bridge into the existing trees, where the use of heavy timbers and natural stone further enhanced the area. A Hydropool self-clean hot tub as a central entertaining piece is very accessible as a built in feature, and a fire area is made possible with a gas burning copper fire bowl. Over 30 LED nightlights illuminate the landscape and surrounding naturalized area, controlled by remote switch. 

  • Residential Construction Award Winner 2014

  • Lighting Design/Installation Award Winner 2014

  • Precisely fitted jumbo flagstone patios

  • Heavy barn beam pergola fitted with custom architectural metal brackets

  • Natural stone steps, sawn, fitted, and re-textured into surrounding boulder work

  • Extensive native plantings throughout woodlot and new landscape

  • LED automated nightlighting

  • Gas burning copper fire bowl