Natural Rock Pondless Stream and Patio

Natural Rock Pondless Stream and Patio

Natural Rock Pondless Stream and Patio

Our client’s vision was to add some type of water element to their patio that they could sit, relax and enjoy the sound of running water in their own home, without the added maintenance of a koi ecosystem.

The challenge here was that they didn’t have a lot of space. We came up with the perfect design to fit right into their paved patio area and the result was better than what they had imagined.

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Wandering 35′ Stream With Bubbling Urn Fountains

Wandering 35′ Stream With Bubbling Urn Fountains

Wandering 35′ Stream With Bubbling Urn Fountains

The more water features the better! This wandering 35 foot long stream and pond project started as just that. But soon after it was completed, the homeowner added on 4 more bubbling urns along the stream.

The water features people get the most enjoyment from, are those they can truly interact with. Creating stepping stone pathways and large boulders for both kids and adults to explore is always a creative way to ensure the water feature is enjoyed and appreciated for many years!

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Large Waterfalls at Calabasas Community Entrance

Large Waterfalls at Calabasas Community Entrance

Large Waterfalls at Vista Point

The homeowners association for this Calabasas community wanted something to separate their entrance from the rest of the neighboring communities. They wanted 2’ – 6’ tall, by 5’ wide waterfalls to greet the residents and visitors at the front gates. This was incredibly challenging for a number of reasons, but the main one being, the location of the water feature on this 45-degree slope.

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Pool Waterfall and Koi Pond Combined 2-in-1!

Pool Waterfall and Koi Pond Combined 2-in-1!

Gorgeous 2-in-1 Pool and Water Feature!

It might look like it goes into the pool, but the waterfall and stream on the pond side of the bridge is it’s own self contained unit. The waterfall on the pool side of the bridge is the chlorinated pool water tapped into the pool plumbing. This homeowner can now enjoy a natural koi pond with thriving aquatic plants that give their newly remodeled pool a unique look.

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