Featured in 2013 October issue of Sunset magazine and the Bozeman Daily Chronicle HOME
This designed involved creating an outdoor space for entertainment for the homeowner’s large family, and included a fire pit, to enjoy during our cool summer evenings.
Stone treads were utilized for the grade change and provided a smaller, separate seating area behind them. The edge of stone walk and patio created planting spaces for native perennials and grasses.
This high elevation project, located in a mountain meadow allowed the use of native perennials and grasses, as well as seeding a native lawn with Idaho Fescue. Creating stone paths for pedestrian traffic, a patio for summer use, and allowing the stone edge of the pathways to define the planting areas, created a sense of place in the meadow.
The pictures show this project a month after installation.