Pasadena Showcase House of Design 2018

Pasadena Showcase House of Design 2018

Pasadena Showcase House of Design 2018

Within our design space for the Pasadena Showcase House of Design for 2018, stood a 100 year old tree that was one of the most unique elements to our canvas. This mystical tree inspired our theme ” The Enchanted Garden” where we installed our 25 foot stream (pondless waterfall), succulent garden and matching succulent urns to add a touch of magic to this patio area.

Teaming up with Pacific Outdoor Living for installation of the synthetic turf and paved patio, we were about to create this stunning outdoor space.

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Westridge Calabasas HOA

Westridge Calabasas HOA

Westridge Calabasas Gated Community

This Home Owner’s Association was stuck with two heavily chlorinated and un-natural waterfalls at the entrance to their community.

We presented a natural, eco-friendly and aesthetically pleasing solution that would eliminated the need for chlorine altogether, working with mother nature and not against her. Now the community enjoys the natural water feature that is safe for wildlife and pets to drink from and enjoy.

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Waterfall Views Outside Your Window – Waterfall Built in a Small Space!

Waterfall Views Outside Your Window – Waterfall Built in a Small Space!

Waterfall Views Outside Your Window

Steep Waterfall Built in a Small Space!

This homeowner had a very limited space to work with and they were worried it wouldn’t be possible to install a water feature in their yard at all!

They were willing to settle for a small fountain when they called us, but we assured them we were up for this challenge in building them their dream waterscape at a larger scale than they could even imagine.

We turned this steep hill and retaining wall into their own personal secret garden. We constructed a waterfall that looked like the home was built around and existed naturally in nature. Our experts in waterfall building and masonry were able to ensure the retaining wall continued to do it’s job of holding up the hillside and keeping this waterfall in place for a lifetime to come.

Imagine this right outside your window!

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Secret Garden Waterfalls

Secret Garden Waterfalls

Secret Garden Waterfalls

Our client’s property had been challenging to utilize properly. Their home was built on a very steep hillside and 50% of their backyard was almost unusable to entertain in.

He is very passionate about nature and wanted something built that embraced the hillside instead of fighting it. We successfully turned this dream into a reality with a huge 40’ waterfall cascading down to the lower level of his yard, hidden away and only accessible by hand placed natural rock stairs down to his “secret garden”.

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California State University Northridge (CSUN) Pond Revitalization Project

California State University Northridge (CSUN) Pond Revitalization Project

California State University Northridge Project

California State University Northridge (CSUN) Pond supplies a home for many ducks, geese, turtles and insects that just like us, need water to survive. This large scale was desperately in need of a make-over. CSUN had the option to fill in the existing pond on campus, but instead decided renovate it and make is more sustainable for nature and our wildlife in the surrounding communities. CSUN brought in the experts – California Waterscapes and Pro Ponds West, who specialize in the construction and renovation of natural looking ponds and water features here in Southern California.

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The pond has come with some controversy, also with additions of non-native red-eared slider turtles that have adapted to the pond. Over the years, people have taken their household pets that they have bought for small tanks that have outgrown their home and released them in the pond on CSUN’s campus. Homeowners have decided to take the easy route and drop them at the CSUN pond to solve their problems. This has only transferred the problem to the CSUN pond to handle a turtle population that is detrimental to native turtles of California and across the United States. While the turtles seem to be a nice addition to the pond to visitors, they actually are harmful to the wildlife.

CSUN has chosen to keep the turtles in a somewhat quarantine environment at their pond, while trying to make the feature more sustainable for all types of wildlife. In the process making the experience for visitors and students more enjoyable. The pond will act as a living, breathing, sustainable ecosystem that’s enjoyable for visitors, but more importantly keeping our ever precious water environment from being destroyed.

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