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On the west and south I balance with cool colors. You need different types of lighting for different hours of the day. I like a lighting plan to use layers of light of different qualities to set the mood within a room. We also suggest exterior lighting for highlighting features at night.
Instead of having the windows frame a cold black void, you are looking at the beautiful lines and shadows of a gorgeous tree. You light for mood. For evenings outdoors you would want lower level lighting for reading or relaxing. You light pathways or light objects to create silhouettes. When designing rooms outdoors do you feel more creative freedom? Porch interior and suspended day bed by Lorna Gross. I really enjoy popping up the color outside. I do consider plantings and blooms in the surroundings to play off of.
When you have really great light you can use really intense colors. Also, on the interior you may not be able to get large stone objects to work, but outdoors they do quite well.
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But I might do that in an outdoor space. I like to incorporate pieces that are personal to the client and the activities they enjoy. This year I designed a swinging day bed see photo for one of my clients and Bill Gardner fabricated it for me. Right now, we are doing an office building but we are bringing in outdoor natural elements. We are bringing in coconut shell wall paneling. You want the synergy of creative minds producing ideas together.
I think a smart client will bring all the designers together at the beginning When you work with a landscape designer, how do your areas of expertise intersect? Loggia interior by Skip Sroka. The yard is beyond my expertise. But for a patio where I know I want foliage, I will spec the planters, containers, furniture and furnishings.
And I am working in concert with the landscape designer to decide what kind of foliage makes best sense on the patio. Are we going to do a lemon tree? Or is it going to be more of a hedge type bush or ivy?
I talk to the landscaper about the feel of the home interior. For example, I did a home in Chevy Chase that has a tropical feel on the interior.
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It really is a team effort and we make sure everybody has a voice for their special area of expertise. I am excited to hear those ideas and to figure out how it will all work together. It takes the whole process further. I think a smart client will bring all the designers together at the beginning.
That is absolutely positively the best way to save money because everything is coordinated from day one. I think outcome is far better. Geoffrey Hodgdon All three designers indicated that collaboration during the planning and design phase is desirable to them and a great benefit to the homeowner.
The result has been a deep and persistent suspicion of designed nature that still endures today. Designers must radically readjust their ways of thinking and working. We must adopt the more complicated viewpoint advanced by progressive scholars and scientists: Climate change reveals that there is not a square inch of the planet that does not in some way bear the imprint of humans.
Landscape and culture intermix in various combinations; while constructed elements are more common in urban areas and natural elements predominate in rural zones, organic and synthetic operate as a gradient of differing intensities that forms a continuum across the surface of the earth.
Sincea new way of thinking and working has been gaining momentum. Groundwork attempts to map this trend by assembling in one volume the work of a wide range of international architects and landscape architects some who all share an interest in dissolving traditional distinctions between building and environment. This interest in the alliance of landscape and architecture also informs JSA projects at a range of scales, from private residences to public parks.
For us landscape does not necessarily presuppose working with trees and plants but is a question of articulating the relationship between indoor and outdoor space. If architects tend to concern themselves with the design of closed spaces, and landscape architects with open spaces, Interface focuses on the threshold where the two come together.