This stunning infinity spool project is located in Porter Ranch, in the Toll Brothers Westcliffe development. The modern landscape project includes cast concrete outdoor kitchen countertops, an oversized spool, infinity rim flow feature and color changing bubblers.
To access the recessed fire feature seating area, you cross over a cast in place concrete Jedi bridge. The fire seating area is great for evening entertaining and comfortably seats a dozen friends and family members.
Shade over the BBQ is provided by a custom louvered aluminum structure. Louvers can be easily opened or closed to allow just the right amount of sunlight, or close off completely to stay dry in the rain.
On the cast concrete waterfall design bar, we tried something new with acrylic rods that were lit from top and bottom with 500 fiber optic cables. It took 5 days to create the lit rod feature. The lighting works but was too subtle for our client and we ended up refunding his money for this effect.
The front entry and drive create an inviting formal feeling without being overly grand or showy. We like how the splash of greenery helps hide the fact you need to cross the driveway to get to the front door.
This stellar design took extra time to build because it was constructed during the Covid pandemic and permits, materials and personnel were difficult to procure. In the long delay (it took 10 months to build) we lost the client as an advocate. Hopefully, as time goes on, they will forget how long it took and instead remember how eloquent the design is and how well it was built.
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