A recent Install in the Kitchener-Waterloo area completed by Aaron, Charles, Giancarlo and Owen last week.
A combination of river stone, armour stone and flagstone were used to naturalize the backyard space. A sunken garden patio increased the livability of the backyard by converting the under-utilized slope into a sitting area. A large existing tree just off the centre of the yard, generated slight difficulty during the design process. The Nature’s Palette design team used it to their advantage by creating a shade garden beneath the tree and used the existing infrastructure to stabilized the installed steps. It now creates an interesting border feature for the patio.
The design concept for the space followed a 3 principle concepts beginning with functional passive seating and separation from the house. This was successfully achieved by separating the upper backyard level from the patio with a change in grade. By altering view points into and out of the patio, a more intimate space is created. Secondly, the use of natural stone features meld with the existing elements in the yard. The final tier in the design process involved the manipulation of water. The natural water feature stimulates the senses and drowns out any disruptive city noise. The incorporation of water not only serves as an aesthetic feature but also attracts wildlife.
We are still booking Landscape Construction projects for this fall and are available for landscape design consultations all year round. We look forward to working with you!