This mid-century makeover included the removal and extension of the garage and back of the house by the architect. We designed a new driveway and landscaping at the front. We worked closely with the client, architect, and contractors to develop the back patio and surrounding landscaping. The new low retaining wall helped add seating opportunities, defines the outdoor living spaces, garden plot, and grilling pad, and also the drainage design.
Fayetteville, AR 72703
This project features a black mexican beach pebble contrasting the white concrete and pulling from the colors of the home. The retaining wall was poured with forms made of rough cedar boards. With the forms removed, the imprint of the boards are still visible adding a unique texture and honest material to the palette.
Completion: Summer 2017
Project Type: Residence – Renovation
Architects: Edward Richardson Brya
Driveway, Drainage, Hot Tub, Fire Pit, Retaining Wall, Patios, Night Lighting, Planting, Fencing, Vegetable Garden
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