Another superb project designed by Terremoto, we loved taking this amazing lot in the hills of Echo Park and transforming it into a true gem.
Built in 1962, this beautiful post + beam home was in need of a hillside pool. Terremoto Landscape designed the space and it was important that it felt like it had always been there. The decks are untreated ipe wood, tile is Ann Sacks and the pebble finish in the pool was custom mixed for the client.
This project was a complete renovation of an original 1950’s Harold B Zook home. Architect Emily Farnham and landscape architect David Godshall took great care to bring this home back to life.
This home in the hills of Silverlake still remains one of our favorite projects. The pool is 13'X22' with an encapsulated pool cover. The homeowner used Heath ceramic tiles, Ipe wood for the decks, Cumaru wood for the fencing and a floating concrete counter for the bbq area.
This Westside project in the Palisades was designed by Environmental Design Studio. We used bluestone throughout, black basalt tile in the pool and a dark PebbleFina pool finish.
Homeowners wanted a simple yard - clean pool, ipe wood decking and lots of grass for their kids. Heath tiles with a french grey mini-pebble finish were used inside the pool.
This Brentwood project was designed by SAW studios in San Francisco. The relation of the pool to house, garage and guest house made the pool location key to making this yard work.
This project showcases what can be done with a small space - Ipe deck, French grey mini-pebble and black basalt tile were used in the pool.
This Tulum-inspired pool and spa was the vision of the homeowner. Cedar decking, Heath tile and a PebbleFina dark finish were used in the pool.
JVP built the water feature at the Flagship RH Modern store in Beverly Hills, California.