While we normally wait until a project is finished, we’re really happy with the way this step detail of cantilevered concrete came out yesterday.
The project is a 1960’s ranch house thats been updated.
The program was to add a small amount of parking in front, with out being too obtrusive, and…

A walled courtyard screens this lawn from the runners and bikers around White Rock Lake, while leaving the panoramic views from the house open.

This small enclave of mixed traditionally-styled homes was designed to emulate the surrounding Lakewood style from the twenties and thirties.

The planting design for the Katy Trail required low-maintenance, mostly native plants to screen surrounding neighbors and businesses, while remaining open enough for bikers, joggers and walkers to feel safe.

David Rolston

Landscape Architecture services to Residential, Commercial, and Public-service clients in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area.

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