It is our greatest passion to create living water features that are totally realistic.
We can work with any type of stone to create magical water features. In this one we used a combination of white stripe black granite and Idaho Quartzite stone to create a silver, grey angular effect which compliments the architecture of this $10 million dollar estate perfectly.
We used local local stone for this naturalistic water feature. This water feature feels like it totally belongs on this hill, our goal.
This is the Mirman School outdoor classroom and pond. In the top left corner of the pic is the classroom surfaced with Decomposed Granite.
This stream was designed to let the students at the Mirman School study and explore the beautiful nature without having to get into it.
This special zen themed bamboo and stone water feature fountain is perfectly complimented by a blend of California shade and Asian zen plantings.
We love creating different ways for water to play in our naturalistic streams. Here we have a shoot where water makes a gurgling sound. a few feet away the water jumps of a rock to dive and splash below.
Water features and ponds don't have to be big to be awesome. Our attention to detail makes this relatively small water feature feel huge, with lots of plant pockets and pools in the falls themselves.
This huge Buddha head water feature and fountain basin had to be completely waterproofed by us. Then we added in an automatic water fill, lights and decorative rocks to complete this masterpiece illusion.
We used @400,000 lbs. of stone to create this huge water feature at the Mirman School. We put them up with such strong foundations that not one stone or boulder has settled or moved in 6 years!
This formal water feature was intensely challenging to create. Every stone on the walls had to be custom cut and grinded. The fountains had to be installed on very strong foundations we created so they won't settle, cause they are very heavy. We installed the brass down spouts in the fountains. We then took plant pots, and put them in basins, waterproofed everything and turned them into water features. Everything has lights!
Our realistic water features are unmatched in their naturalistic feel and look.
The harmonious balance of shapes, colors and textures that plants provide in and around our water features is critical to carrying off the illusion that they were already here, and the house was built around them.
We are always on the lookout for gnarled driftwood looking wood to put in our water features. They add such a cool sense of age to any naturalistic pond, stream or pondless water feature.
We like to use stones that compliment the look, feel and architecture of a property. This tan/orange stucco home looks even better with these amazing stones 'popping' out color like they do.
This amazing bowl fountain was purchased at Reseda Discount Pottery and before we installed it, we constructed a strong concrete reinforced brick faced pedestal foundation for it. Not only does the basin have two lights in it, each bowl does too!
This incredibly delicate and expensive statue was shipped from India. We had to take it out of the container it was in, permanently waterproof the box, then re-install the statue with an auto fill, new pump and tube, lights and decorative rocks.
Our Water Features invite one to come sit and learn from natures lesson book at this world famous and highly prestigious school.
Come sit by your water feature and relax, knowing that the paradise you seek is right at home!
We used a combination of native California plants and tough, sun loving drought tolerant plants on this amazing hillside water feature and classroom. It was important to design with plants that have strong root systems to help stabilize this hillside.