Let’s face it: parking is mundane, banal, boring, bland, bromidic, tedious, trite, irksome…but oh so functional, and completely necessary for the majority of us living here in the greater Boston area.
How exciting is it then, when you encounter a driveway and/or parking area that is constructed of materials other than asphalt?
Suddenly a parking pad becomes a stone tapestry that doubles as an enjoyable outdoor patio; a carport becomes an aesthetically appealing, multi-functional architectural element used for both parking and nifty floating trellises.
Car port: design © Sylvester Damianos
At our company, we understand the importance of designing visually appealing outdoor spaces, which is why in addition to landscape lighting design, we also offer landscape installation services that can transform a mundane parking pad into a beautiful stone tapestry, complete with a peastone surrounded by brick or a brick herringbone pattern with cobblestones.
Certainly, it’s these little things in life that delight me. In my book there’s nothing wrong with paying homage to the “well-built” environment.
Brick herringbone pattern with cobblestones.