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About Sam Goldstein

Sam’s educational and work background spans a diverse range. With a certification in Landscape Architecture from Merritt College and a Fine Arts degree in painting, the visual arts have long been her calling. Recently, her love of writing has led her down a new path towards blogging, journalism and editing.
1 03, 2023

Feng Shui for Landscape Design

By |2023-03-08T13:14:15-08:00March 1st, 2023|Categories: Landscape Design|

Feng Shui for the Landscape Feng Shui is often discussed in relation to Interior Design, and whether or not you believe in the life-enhancing powers of orienting elements, there are many Feng Shui principles that may surprise you with their ability to enhance your landscape as well as your interior.  It’s [...]

7 02, 2023

Backyard Stay-cations

By |2023-02-09T17:18:44-08:00February 7th, 2023|Categories: Landscape Design|Tags: , , |

Backyard Stay-Cations Over the past couple years, we’ve been thinking more about the art of the Stay-cation, and how we can bring rest and relaxation home to our own backyards.  The concept of the “Stay-cation” isn’t new (though the pun might be) but its meaning as it pertains to the home landscape [...]

24 01, 2023

Roses in the Landscape

By |2023-01-25T16:00:32-08:00January 24th, 2023|Categories: Garden Design|

Roses In The Landscape As Landscape Architects, the plants we incorporate into our designed spaces are as integral to the experience as our built structures.  We love many plants for their beauty, durability, and long-term performance in the garden, and of course we share our clients’ favorites, among them the [...]

12 12, 2022

Featuring Fire

By |2023-01-16T22:37:02-08:00December 12th, 2022|Categories: Landscape Design|

FEATURING FIRE There is something instinctively wonderful about relaxing around a fire, and as a result we find ourselves incorporating fire into most of our outdoor living spaces.  Fire features, as we call them, can take on infinite forms and aesthetic styles to fit seamlessly into a designed space.  Here are a few [...]

16 10, 2022


By |2023-01-16T22:50:50-08:00October 16th, 2022|Categories: Landscape Design|

Indoor/Outdoor Spaces Depending on your climate, outdoor living can be a seasonal enjoyment or a year-round experience.  Increasingly, the indoor/outdoor living space is becoming part of almost every landscape we create.  These transitional spaces give all the feeling of the outdoors, with all the comforts of the indoors.  Take a look [...]

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