Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Main hillside deck, pool and garden project

Morning shots.
Trying to get a few portfolio worthy shots for the portfolio .
Will go back this late afternoon / early evening to capture a few more shots.

Hillside deck, pool and garden project.

From Smith Project


From Smith Project


From Smith Project


From Smith Project


From Smith Project


From Smith Project

8 comments:

Desert Dweller said...

WOW...great shots already.

Q...is that bluish conifer a spruce or Rocky Mtn Doug Fir? I would not guess the 1st, nor any reason for the 2nd w/ the massive Doug Fir in the Bay Area.

vignette design said...

Lovely deck and pool. Looks like Tahoe?

compost in my shoe said...

Looking good! It seems to fit in so well with the surrounding natural landscape. Love the garden.

Deviant Deziner, aka Michelle said...

Hi Desert Dweller,
That is a blue spruce.
This evening while taking the second round of photos I stepped back a bit too far into the branches that were just pruned back and the back of my head/ hair is clumped together with spruce resin.
On a positive note, it smells good.

Vignette, It is in Marin County, on the side of Mt. Tamalpias overlooking the S.F. bay.

Compost in your shoes,
Thanks for stopping in and leaving your thoughts.
Always appreciated !

thanks to all who took the time to leave a comment.
Michelle

Christine said...

I like how you chose a chunky aesthetic for the canopy- it really frames the view without getting lost in it.

phrago said...

I guess what is truly amazing to me is that the pool and deck/spa area is actually hanging over the edge of a cliff. The finished project is really nice Michelle, The engineering is awe inspiring... Patrick

Deviant Deziner, aka Michelle said...

This was one of those projects where the clients really made the difference.
They made good decisions from the information that the team brought to them.
As the mantra goes ,: " Good clients make great projects".

thanks for your comments and thoughts.

Mich.

Garden Lily said...

Good clients may make good projects, but good designers make an amazing deck and pool. I'm in awe - I love it.