This pool is a product of design by working closely with the client and architect. It consists of the main swimming zone acting as a reflection pool when having sundowners on the veranda as well as a wonderful place to cool off in the summer. The filtration system surrounds the outdoor patio area which adds a cooling effect and soothing sound of running water.
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I saw a pool like this online a few years ago and always wanted to build one, and I was recently given the chance by a very good client of mine.
Needless to say, both the client and I are thrilled with the results, and the circular swimming area really gives the pool a more natural feel in my opinion.
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This is a recently completed terrace/rooftop garden at Letamo Wildlife Estate.
The garden has been designed in such a way that it requires very little maintenance, as this is a weekend getaway home.
There are 2 ancient Olive trees coming from Spain which will be planted on each end of the garden to finish it off.
You know some of them—use renewable energy, eat less meat—but others will surprise you.
At a time when the science of global warming is under attack and many people complain of climate change fatigue, some cheering news occurred last month: A book about climate change became a New York Times bestseller in its first week of publication.
Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming, edited by environmentalist Paul Hawken, is the first environmental book to make such a splashy debut since Elizabeth Kolbert’s Field Notes from a Catastrophe in 2006.
Kolbert’s book warned of cataclysm; Hawken’s tries to prevent it. Bringing together geologists, engineers, agronomists, climatologists, biologists, botanists, economists, financial analysts, architects, NGOs, activists, and other experts, Drawdown offers 100 solutions to reverse global warming.
When National Geographic caught up with Hawken at his home in San Francisco, he explained why climate change is a gift, not a curse; why empowering girls and women is the number one solution; and what role musk ox, reindeer, and wolves have to play. Here is the interview:
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It was lovely to visit a project we did at Blair Athol 2 years ago.
The pond is well established and the roof garden blends nicely into the landscape from the upstairs rooms. Water and roof gardens are a great way to make use of dead space and bring the exterior of your home into glorious life.