With the help of Groupe Paramount’s phenomenal landscape architect, Ellen, we were able to design a plan filled with beautiful design elements, bringing out the gorgeous landscape of this Beaconsfield waterfront home. To correct the property’s slope, we added retaining walls made with cut limestone using a drystack process, where stones are placed without any binding cement. The retaining wall that corrected the slope, allowed us to put in a pool for the clients. A great compliment to the wall’s natural look are the Brazilian Walnut wooden stairs, this wood is also called Ipé – it is known to be one of the most durable woods on earth! The brown wood and the light stone are a perfect contrast to one another and emphasize the greens of the surrounding landscape. At night, the wall lights up with integrated eyelet fixtures that shine down on the stairs and give the property ambient lighting.
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