“Residential design is a key aspect to our practice at Design Workshop. When it comes to water features, pools still do remain a prominent element in many of our gardens but what we have seen in recent cases is an interest in having the presence of water but in a more artistic and intimate way. Many people see that water is a precious resource and from a design perspective it brings audible and visual qualities. At the end of the day water features can offer the opportunity to elevate the aesthetic and visual power to a space.” Mike Albert, Partner Design Workshop.
Celebrating its 50th Anniversary, Design Workshop was founded in 1969 and is an internationally renowned design firm specializing in landscape architecture, urban planning and strategic services with seven offices in the U.S. and projects spanning the globe. The firm has been recognized with more than 360 prestigious awards. Design Workshop differentiates its planning and design process through DW Legacy Design®, the integration of art, community, environment and economics in every project. From fragile ecosystems to urban sites in rapidly changing cities, Design Workshop works in challenging environments around the world.
1390 Lawrance St., #100
Denver, CO 80204
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