Blooming green grids and custom made zinc water fountain all fit nicely into the 24" cement paver system on so many New York City rooftops.
Leaf Print Cushion was designed special for log bench.
Mountains, lakes and streams...urban style. This 'living green roof' has it all, places to stroll, relax by the water fountains and gaze at the streets below.
Dining under the Williamsburg Bridge during the fall sunset...not a bad way to live in New York.
This is what I call a Living green roof. It is a roof with green grids, tree, water features AND plenty of furniture so you can LIVE WELL in the green.
A green roof need not be one that can't be walked on. On this green roof I created blocks go sedum grids that can be walked on and walked around.
I really think this is the best green wall ever! I designed it for The Northwest Flower and Garden Show as a tribute to Mondrian, created and nurtured by T
A green grid 'rug' sits under a glass coffee table, and the custom-made cement furniture with log stools mixes an woodsy urban landscape perfect for a Seattle rooftop garden.
I think this green wall is the best I've ever seen. We created this for the Northwest Flower and Garden Show and won Best in Show!
Willows, Birch groves and green grass lawns surrounded by Red-twig dogwood, Red Maple and sweet potato vine...and all in the heart of Soho. James Hotel in Soho.
A 'living' green roof design created to both live and grow green wins Best in Show in Seattle. Event the art on the office wall is living.
Bamboo works well with a green grid, provides a modern evergreen look on a roof top garden.
This intricately planted green wall shows contrasting colors and geometric shapes can make a spectacularly modern landscape.
Details like bold cushions, this ginkgo leaf tray from Mariposa, green apples, Milkweed pod tiles designed by Rebecca Cole for Imagine Tiles, and live chives!
My dog Rambo looks for any sign of wildlife in this rare batch of grass at the James Hotel in Soho