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LC/DBM July 2014 Table of Contents




On the cover:
This creatively designed "violin" pool is illuminated with 350 feet of hidden fiber optic rope lighting, which is woven through the joints of the glass tile around the perimeter of the pool. The violin strings are lit with 5,760 fiber optic strands.


Features
  • A Finely Tuned Pool
    Luxury pool builder Cipriano Custom Pools & Landscaping, which is located in Bergen County, N.J., recently completed a pool shaped like an 18th century Stradivarius with elements that represented the violin's strings, chinrest, purfling, bridge, f-holes and tailpiece.
    --Michelle Medaris, LCDBM

  • Water Feature Showcase
    LC/DBM editors chose eight impressive installations to highlight a variety of aquatic possibilities for residential, commercial and campus projects in a diverse group of states and sites.
    --Kyle Cavaness and Michelle Medaris, LCDBM

  • Skokomish Scenery
    A homeowner overlooking the Skokomish River Valley in Washington replaced an outdated pond with a new water feature that blends into the landscape with creeks, waterfalls, decorative boulders, plantings and custom d?cor built by the client.
    -- Kyle Cavaness, LCDBM

  • The Leading Edge
    The existing pool at this Laguna Niguel, Calif., residence was refashioned by Urban Landscape into a four-sided negative edge pool as part of a landscape transformation front and back that included other water features.
    -- Garett McCorkle, Urban Landscape Inc.

  • Understanding Sustainable Irrigation
    Functionally better and sustainable irrigation systems can benefit from knowledge of the watershed in which the project is to occur, as well as the watershed that will supply it.
    -- David Mandel, Dune Landscape Design


Deparments
  • Publisher's Commentary: Jump On In . . . The Water's Fine!

  • Hardscapes Expanding Outdoor Rooms

  • Product Focus: Water Elements & Irrigation

  • Off the Clock: Horticulture Students Install Memorial Garden

News
  • Economic News

  • Weather Outlook

  • A Summer Scourge

  • The Digital Toolbox

Editorial Contributors
Garett McCorkle, Nels Griffin, Urban Landscape Inc.; Jacob Tate, Dreamscapes Landscape & Design; Dave Mandel, Dune Landscape Design; Christie Colville, Cipriano Landscape Design; Chris Baumer, Ridgecrest Landscaping & Garden Center; Clayton M. Varick, Land Expressions; Erin Spencer, Theme Designs; John Hayden, J.J. Hayden, Inc.; Margo Maule, Great Oaks Landscape Assoc Inc.; Rosalie Taormino, TDH Landscaping, LLC; Todd Cure, Earthsculpture, Inc.; Jason Isenberg, Realm; Rob Wright, Stone Age Manufacturing, Inc.; Justin Snyder, Alamance Community College








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