We completed this project in 2018 and have recently revisited it to see how it has evolved throughout the year. The beauty of our profession and the palette that we work with, is that time changes everything. Unlike a building that will look the same decades later, our landscapes are guaranteed to change even a year after they were completed.
Track homes are seen as both good and bad things in America. Some people think that they are creating a blanket of beige in our cities, while others see track homes as an affordable chance to have their own home with a yard, dog, and the “American Dream”. No matter the shape homes are cut from, Falling Waters takes this opportunity to give a copy cat home unique touches that are specifically suited for the personality of the homeowners and in turn preventing it from becoming a mirror image of the home next door.
We were brought into this design/build project in summer 2018. It was initially a unifunctional designed yard that prohibited the family from fully enjoying the expanse of outdoor space that was available to them. Therefore, like most of our clients, this household gave us the task of providing a layered design that creates endless possibilities for activities… Click to see before and progress shots!!
“It's important to understand your ownership pattern because it is an expression of the values that guide your life. The question of what you want to own is actually the question of how you want to live your life.”
Through thick and thin Falling Waters showed up and braved the weather this past weekend to give visitors of the 34th Annual Garden Show an experience they would never forget. We were hesitant of how the audience and the panel would receive our display, but the response was unexpected and we are so blessed by the outcome.