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Really love this, and think it would be a great way to modern-up the look, not sure if it would be slippery which is one of Steve's big concerns.

maybe too thin, but like general idea for driveway Sala Phuket - Landscape & Photography by Department of ARCHITECTURE Co.

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Credit: DK - Garden Design 2009 Dorling Kindersley Limited Gravel and Stones In this contemporary courtyard, carefully chosen rocks and stones form a sculptural route across gravel and moss. The vertical lines of the trees offer a balancing contrast.

integrated landscape

Graduating hard surfacing into garden bed & lawn areas. thinking about recreating this with cob and moss (much more low maintenance than grass) for a courtyard

Ulf Nordfjell - modern design with old-fashioned flowers

Modern garden designed by Ulf Nordfjell in Sweden. Really love the plant palette and the juxtaposition of the hard and soft lines on this one. Well done, Ulf!

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The Library House  / Khosla Associates

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Architecture:Library House Bangalore Floor Ceramic Tile Rectangle Stone Ceramic Tile Flooring Small Pebbles Swing Wall Lamp Ceiling Outdoor Plants Wall Imposing Library House Architecture in India Evoking Bangalore’s Colonial Past by Khosla Associates

B&B Italia Outdoor’s Canasta sofa, by Patricia Urquiola, shares a shady patch in the ground-floor Carnegie Hill garden with three gin...

Carnegie Hill (NYC) house garden designed by Thomas Woltz of Nelson Byrd Woltz B&B Italia Outdoor’s Canasta sofa, by Patricia Urquiola

Small lawn rests the eye and balances reflecting pool (Town House North West London by Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design).

A small area of garden to soften the look - under the window would give a nice street view; by the hedge/railings would give you a view - and then the rest can be left to resin for cars.

For a fashion designer in Fulham with a small townhouse backyard about 16 feet wide and 42 feet deep, London-based garden designer Charlotte Rowe came up with a plan to connect the garden visually with the interior spaces by using a dark palette of blacks and grays—lightened by fragrant white jasmine.

Before & After: A Jet Black Garden with White Jasmine Perfume

Stunning urban garden by Charlotte Rowe Garden Design- I dig the black layers of texture- Mondo, pebbles, and deck material.

Bucktown Three: Modern, Light and Transparent Interior, by Studio Dwell Architects - http://www.interiordesign2014.com/home-design-ideas/bucktown-three-modern-light-and-transparent-interior-by-studio-dwell-architects/

Side-stacked timber deck path, gangplank, cantilever: Bucktown Three by Studio Dwell Architects. A pretty good idea for the side of the house - Liz