The definition of Landscape design could read as the ability to combine elements of exterior design along with an innate sense of the traditional forms that combines nature and culture. In contemporary practice, landscape design bridges and hovers somewhere between what would be referred to as landscape architecture and and garden design. When those elements are combined and taken in conjunction with creative vision, the sky is the limit. And when you have a team of experts that can turn your visions into a reality, you have the recipe for creating something unique, something special, something that defines your home and your living space like no other.
Landscape design is the unique ability to utilize basic hardscape fundamentals with the greenery, soil, and earth to create what made the ultimate in stone and earth design. When you stop and thing about it, cross utilizing these two root elements can create what could be described as nothing less than an artistic design masterpiece. Utilizing elements ranging from Asian principles of aesthetics and beauty to modern ideas on landscape design, we incorporate all of the strongest elements and principles of design. Much like our passion for quality Hardscape, Landscape Design is a service we love providing because it allows us the creativity and almost unlimited option to work and partner together with you to turn your landscape design ideas and dreams into the reality the neighborhood will be envious of.
Newport Beach Hardscape utilizes and combines or all our techniques, skills, and materials to create the one of a kind yard that is reflects your personality, your lifestyle, and your distinct tastes. Whether your choose to use stamped concrete, classic hardscaping, brick or stone veneer, or some other unique building material, Newport Beach Hardscape’s passion for landscape design is clearly evident in every creation.
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