The pebbles are a little large for my taste, but this is an amazing integration of frameless glass, natural materials (wood+stone) and plantings to create a back yard feel in a very shallow depth of deck on a NY rooftop. I think a continuous wood path would be better than the wood sections in this case, but great takeaway for our project
Luciano Giubbilei - Smith Collection Garden designer met Sir Paul Smith at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2011, it was a meeting that was to se Luciano on a new path in his design career. Come to the Gardens Illustrated Talk in May to discover the what for them are the key realtionships between fashion, plants, flowers and design http://www.gardensillustrated.com/article/gardens-illustrated-talk-2016-sir-paul-smith-and-luciano-giubbilei
Teak Fence and Backyard Garden Deck - City Beautiful Carpentry: A modern design using reclaimed teak from china. By using reclaimed wood, this client ensured that no trees were felled to create his ultimate backyard meditation garden.