Rock walls and flagstone patio create a sheltered outdoor living room in this lush fairy garden. A window-well view is transformed into a painterly scene backed by a stone wall that extends into the rest of the garden.
This garden of gray greens and hot-colored blossoms incorporates a sculptural fountain as well as a green roof prairie that melds with dramatic views of the syncline mountain beyond. Excess bluestone paving was turned on its side to create an undulating, sculptural rain garden planted with moisture-loving plants.
This garden mirrored the rugged landscape of the site, located in the rain shadow of Long’s Peak.
This garden centers on the elemental forces of water and fire. Both fountain and fire pit are outdoor sculptures with built-in seating.
This net zero energy Architect’s house and garden were designed around existing trees.
Inspired by Victorian gardens, we added a shade pergola with decorative screens and planted climbing Wisteria to provide a verdant backdrop for outdoor gatherings or breakfast on the deck.
The reimagination of this garden for a stately Tudor house in an old neighborhood in Denver turned the front yard into the backyard and transformed tired lawn monoculture into a diversified Parterre food and flower garden.
This garden for a Midcentury home includes a berm that wraps around the house, screening the front of the home from the street and serving as seating for an amphitheater in the back.
The narrow backyard of this tiny, modernistic cottage is shaded by mature trees. Playful geometric paving in the front yard extends the character of this high-design, low footprint living space.