|The black tablecloths and the black and red of the miso bowl and TOR sign looked so elegant back lit by the afternoon light with the ocean and North Vancouver in the distance.|
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Thursday, September 6, 2012
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Tuesday, August 14, 2012
After phase one of the living wall, I was looking forward to the doing the floor plants. They are the missing element in any interior space. They help the space feel like a home, they warm it up in a way that is so profound it is hard to describe. The very next morning after the instillation I received a phone call from Re/Max, they were so happy with their new plants. The receptionist said people used to come out to see her and now they come out and all they see are the beautiful plants, they have stolen the lime light.
This beautiful terrazzo zen bowl is the perfect coffee table piece.
Down a very long hallway the Ficus is perfectly backlit, sticking at a distance and even better up close.
The living wall is growing like crazy!
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Overlooking Coal Harbour a very modern simplistic look for a clients patio, clean lines and natural forms framed by beautiful stones, all with low maintenance plants, he loved it!
It compliments his style perfectly.
These topiary boxwoods frame the breathtaking view, mimicking the trees below. I just gave them a trim this day, as they were from a project I managed when I worked at Kermodi.
The portulaca planter sits nestled between two low patio chairs offering a splash of colour. By mid summer they will cascade down over the edge.
The set of three containers in the corner are all works of art on their own but look even better together.
Saturday, June 2, 2012
I just completed a living wall for the new ReMax office on Arbutus street in Kerrisdale. It was a very interesting project as the wall faces the east but is also only a few feet away from the south facing window on the side of the wall. I was using a new living wall system created by DIRTT called the Breathe Living Wall purchased through The Office Resource (TOR) and as far as they have said this is only the second wall to be built in Vancouver. It is a modular wall system and the 6 inch containers slide and lock into place using a trough and wick system that draws water from below.