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  • Studio Outside :: Projects :: Urban Living :: Fiori
    that offer a variety of experiences for residences and visitors The main pool court includes an elevated infinity edge swimming pool with an outdoor lounge open lawn space generous seasonal color plantings and an outdoor grilling court A private fitness room overlooks an interior shade garden with a series of low stone benches and lush plantings creating a transition to the Garden Court an exterior room activated by an 8

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  • Studio Outside :: Projects :: Environmental & Camps :: Sea Scout Base
    turf grass paving includes a large boat ramp boat lift wood boardwalks extending out to a variety of boat slips and the signature ship of the complex the Point Glass sailing vessel This significant project is seeking LEED Platinum certification and promises to be an iconic national scout landmark for decades to come Have you seen the Sea Scout Base s new forest Have you seen the amazing newly planted Sea Scout Base Galveston at 7509 Broadway On three and half acres of campus adjacent to Offatts Bayou a veritable forest has been planted This has earned the Sea Scout Base and Rosemary and Capt Charles Doolin the 2014 Deep Roots award from the Galveston Island Tree Conservancy given for exceptional commitment to community landscaping and the replanting of Galveston Island With a vision and commitment to the environment the campus has been planted with natives including live oaks of all sizes and Bald Cypress understory trees for wildlife like Wax Myrtles and yaupons and grasses native to the coastal environment Three hundred of the trees planted were saplings grown from Sand Live Oak acorns collected from survivor trees found in Laffite s Grove Nature Preserve on the west end of the island A thousand acorns were collected and grown for planting at the base several years ago Paul Freeland of Studio Outside landscaping architects said he was especially proud of the sweat equity used in the collecting and raising of the local acorns into baby oak trees for the base Seventy palms were in the way of construction but Charles Doolin insisted on saving them and all were moved within the site seventy another point of pride Eleven large specimen oaks were planted to give a vision on opening day that the trees had always been there These continue

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  • Studio Outside :: Projects :: Retail & Mixed Use :: Cypress Waters
    anchored by commissioned sculpture the three parks create a campus feeling and offer a shared space for outdoor meetings corporate gatherings and other events Pavilions recall the form of the primary architectural landmarks and plantings reinforce the clean geometry of these refined spaces The three parks welcome visitors arriving on Cypress Waters Boulevard and usher them further into the campus and toward the lakefront town center As the hub of

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  • Studio Outside :: Projects :: Corporate & Campus :: New Parkland Hospital
    Studio Outside and Ten Eyck Landscape Architects fused nature back into Dallas urban core with the restorative and adaptive landscape at the new Parkland hospital Using the ecosystem and plantings of the Texas Blackland Prairie the design team created a resilient landscape that promotes healing and celebrates the beauty of Dallas ecoregion Wildflowers native grasses and other robust plants compose the hospital grounds and offer patients visitors and hospital employees a lush and tranquil environment The landscape architects created an iconic setting for the hospital and region Along with its LEED Gold certification Parkland received the Distinguished Greenscape Project of the Year award from the STAR North Texas and the North Texas Corporate Recycling Association At the heart of Parkland s landscape is the 2 acre Wellness Park that welcomes visitors to the main entrance Inside the Wellness Park a spiral path of native stone contrasts the orthogonal geometry found elsewhere on site and takes pedestrians on a journey to a place of solitude at the spiral s core There they encounter the soothing sounds of a brimming water feature that mirrors the surrounding landscape With the hospital s new location its proximity to the nearby DART station gives people

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  • Studio Outside :: Projects :: Parks & Public Spaces :: Dealey Plaza
    1963 Dealey Plaza s destiny was transformed from humble city gateway and memorial to a world recognized historical landmark the tragic site of a fallen President John F Kennedy For the 50th Anniversary and Memorial ceremony of President John F Kennedy s assassination the City of Dallas will be opening its doors and welcoming thousands of visitors to the hallowed grounds of Dealey Plaza on November 22nd Following a yearlong

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  • Studio Outside :: Projects :: Corporate & Campus :: High Cotton
    nation On the five acre site of a former cotton gin the High Cotton program provides temporary shelter for Lubbock s homeless population in the form of Tent City as well as various assistive services High Cotton is managed by Link Ministries a faith based non profit organization that works to connect those in need with appropriate facilities and programs In its three years of existence High Cotton has grown rapidly both in terms of programming and also facilities in order to keep up with increasing demand from Lubbock s homeless population In the fall of 2013 Link Ministries and the High Cotton Core reached out to HiWorks Architecture Urbanist Design and Studio Outside Landscape Architects to produce a conceptual and schematic design for the High Cotton site The design team arrived in Lubbock for an initial two day site visit including a tour of Tent City led by Burrus and Driskill and two design charettes with the Link Ministries Board of Directors held at Urban Tech s downtown office In addition to touring the existing facilities and meeting with various stakeholders they discussed both the tactical and strategic goals of the project as well as a staggered phase based

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  • Studio Outside :: projects :: ranches & houses :: Arnold Residence
    the Creek Bridge House Sunlit House Arnold Residence Burleson Texas Mediterranean gardens inspire this landscape design consisting of a series of outdoor rooms complementing the house Play lawn dining terrance and pool area are linked by the garden s central path which terminates at the pool s impressive vista of surrounding ranch land The gardens provide floral displays throughout the year contrasting the drifts of agave plants A quiet birdbath

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  • Studio Outside :: Projects :: Public Gardens :: Bok Tower Gardens
    Lake Wales Florida Senior leadership of this National Historic Landmark property selected Studio Outside and David Sacks RLA to facilitate a team based collaborative exploration of the Gardens future The heart of the planning process involved respecting founder Edward Bok s and landscape architect Olmsted s early Twentieth Century landscape while seamlessly integrating it with the non historic parts of the property The design team worked closely with Board members

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