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.
This water feature flanks the front entry path to this home.
Atlantic won first place for this project in the RINLA awards for residential hardscape. This project includes fieldstone walls, hot tub, and surrounding patio.
This field stone wall lines the entrance to this neighborhood.
Diagonal bluestone bands radiate through this backyard patio design.
This fire pit was positioned to take advantage of this homes beautiful Narragansett Bay view.
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.
Slab steps cut through this retaining wall. Boulders help anchor and soften the wall ends.
Field stone pillars were constructed to flank a cedar entry gate. Custom light fixtures were made from copper and frosted glass.
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.
This retaining wall allowed the grade to be flattened in front of this home.
This patio is located in the Beavertail area of Jamestown, RI. Atlantic worked with Dimauro Architects to design this home. Construction took about one year to complete.
Atlantic worked with Dimauro Architects to create this seaside estate. Blue stone steps a are flanked by locally sourced boulders.
This coastal landscape was designed by Atlantic and Dimauro Architects.
Stepping stones create this front entrance. Small field stone retaining walls are capped with bluestone.