A series of retaining walls were designed and constructed for this project in Virginia. Boulders local to the area were brought in to help soften the ends of the walls and add a woods like feel to the space.
Multiple sets of steps connect this driveway to the backyard. Boulders are used to anchor and soften the look of these steps.
These steps allow access to a private beach. The large boulders were individually placed before step construction began.
These thick stones were selected to make both walkway and steps in this Virginia based project.
Atlantic worked with Dimauro Architects to create this seaside estate. Blue stone steps a are flanked by locally sourced boulders.
The flat form of the lawn is complimented by the mounded gardens and boulders.
Large slabs make up these steps connecting to a natural stone path. Boulders flank the steps and create a nice anchor for the retaining wall.
These aged bluestone pieces were recycled and re-cut from an older front walkway. Crushed Holliston stone was used as a groundcover around the steppers.
These steps were designed to pass through a beach dune like landscape. Boulders help anchor the steps to their surrounding.
This is an image of a stone wall. Boulders line the driveway and flank these steps. Rock-faced blue stone caps both steps and wall. Plants spilling over the edges give this space an aged look.
This water garden was designed to allow the boulders to sit within the water, this gives a much nicer look to the gardens edge.
Weathered boulders break the corner to this front yard. Every boulder is carefully selected and placed in the landscape to achieve a natural look.
Bluestone steppers pass through this sodded lawn. Boulders spill out of the border gardens.
This random rectangular bluestone patio overlooks a peaceful woodland setting.
Boulders found on site were incorporated into this backyard patio.
Hector and Juan are setting bluestone caps on these steps. The caps are measured and cut to fit within the flanking boulders.
Atlantic designed and installed all the landscape elements in this Jamestown, RI home.
This roadside drainage swale is lined with small boulders and river stone. The stone help prevent erosion and add year round beauty.
This landing and set of steps was designed to have a cross hatch style of pattern. Boulders anchor this landscape feature and create a nice juxtapose to the linear pattern of the bluestone treads.
This water feature flanks the front entry path to this home.
Atlantic designed and installed this exposed aggregate driveway. Concrete was selected to help accentuate the retaining walls and other features in this project .