The American Society of Landscape Architects rewards every year fabulous projects, particularly the ones connected with careful stewardship of the land. We depict in this article the 2014’s Award Winners of the “Residential Design” category which stood out for their spectacular work that goes from ranches to rooftops. Best Design Projects presents some of the best ASLA 2014 Best Residential Garden Winners. Take a look!
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Woodland Rain Gardens
The Jeff Carbo Landscape Architects was the responsible office for this project in a Louisiana’s private residence. The project involved several level play lawns for the owner’s grandchildren, water collection systems, a previous limestone parking area and also walking paths and driveways.
Alex Hanazaki sculpted for a weekend retreat outside the vibrant city of São Paulo, a sloped terrain into multiple terraces filled with Jabuticaba fruit trees and other Brazilian plants. Cor-ten steel was applied in the walls and adorned with LED lights to delineate the landscape’s sculptural components.
Hill Country Prospect
For a retreat in the Texas Hill Country, Studio Outside constructed an outside fireplace with modern lines surrounded by native vegetation and perennial plants that provides coloring flowers along the growing season. This place will certainly assure perfect sunset views.
This project made by Herzog & de Meuron was implemented in the rooftop of a penthouse built onto a parking garage. This luxury secret garden provides views for the Biscayne Bay towards the downtown Miamy skyline.
West Texas Ranch
Ten Eyck Landscape Architects designed a residential plan on the 8,000-acre place of a former working ranch in Texas.The residential garden has included a pool, lawn, shade, and flowering beds.
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