Residential Design Group


Residential Design Group

This is a group for professionals who focus either partially or mainly on the residential sector of Landscape Architecture.

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Latest Activity: Sep 14, 2015

Landscape Architecture Discussion Forum

Summary of 2013 3 Replies

Started by Anna Skorupska. Last reply by Goustan BODIN Feb 11, 2014.

Take-Offs/Estimating using QuickBooks 6 Replies

Started by Chad Shaw. Last reply by Chris Jan 31, 2013.

Construction Management of Residential Projects... 15 Replies

Started by Brandon Reed. Last reply by Mike Metevier Dec 14, 2011.

Does anyone have a basic list for landscape jobs? 3 Replies

Started by Arturo Guerrero. Last reply by Mike Metevier Sep 21, 2011.

General Liabilty vs. Professional Liabilty Insurance

Started by Pat Beam May 5, 2011.

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Comment by Heather L. Venhaus on August 25, 2012 at 1:27pm
Comment by Jamie Walsh on September 27, 2011 at 10:48pm
Hey Kev, funny we should be communicating this way instead of calling but wondered if any of you out there would want to start a sub group of residential for traditional/classical. Not many out there but I think would help to focus the discussion. Not that interested in what's 'hip'. Trying to keep a long view. No offense to the fashionistas. ps green doesn't really mean technology like plastic.
Comment by Dave Maciulis on August 29, 2011 at 9:57am
Hey everyone, I recently launched a landscape Design Build Magazine this Spring.It focuses more on the consumer rather than the landscape architecture/ landscape designer profession. If any of you are interested at all to see what it's all about you can visit click the magazine and you can look through the magazine free of charge. We are launching our Fall issue this September! feed back or advice is always appreciated.
Comment by heidi diskin on August 14, 2011 at 5:54pm
Hello, does anyone in the philadelphia, new York or Delaware area have dynascape design program on their computer. Thanks for your response
Comment by Hugh Ryan on July 11, 2011 at 5:39am
Hello. I just want to let you know that at SLANT we have just launched our second competition and this time it is an open international garden design competition and all are welcomw. Details can be viewed on
Comment by Cielo on March 10, 2011 at 2:10pm

Hello all.. Any plant buffs out there have experience with Panicum virgatum 'heavy metal' or 'Northwind' in the SF bay area?  Based on the zone specs it should be fine but my broker hasn't sold too many of them and couldn't comment on how they perform in the area... any help would be appreciated.

Comment by mark foster on February 27, 2011 at 4:37am

Another bit of good news on the residential front:

Maybe not the most scientific, but it is client based...

Comment by John C. Barney on March 3, 2010 at 3:42pm
to David -- your response was great. thanks. we are about to over-seed an area with native wildflower mix. have to say, had a really good chuckle, more like chortle reading your comments. then had this amazing image of you talking to some folks out in your mojave neck of the woods about carbon sequestration (mostly because I have been in that situation), and only understanding that you intended to sink the host of American Idol in their front yard. and then you just settling for an agreement on their part not to butcher the Texas Rangers into baseballs. and them left wondering, but the Texas Rangers are a base ball team, so..... anyway, that brought on the loud much-needed laugh i think you were referring to lower down on the comment wall. so, i guess i am left with this: be committed to bringing an approach that encompasses what is most sustainable for a particular site (given what the latest and best information is), be willing to educate our clients, but in the end, it's their landscape, so above all we have to keep our sense of humor. keep up the good work. John
Comment by Ryan A. Waggoner on March 3, 2010 at 12:19pm
I was wondering what sites residential designers use to find certain products or materials. Let's say you want to find certain types of outdoor porcelain tiles, sculptures, water features, etc. Are there sites out there that are relevant for us to use? And if so, would anyone like to share these?
Comment by Chris on February 27, 2010 at 7:47am if I can just get the gardeners to stop hacking the Leucophyllum candidum's into baseballs I'd be great!

-Ditto here
-haha 'gardeners' - right, sure. They used to have hammers and were framers, now they have a hedge trimmer so they're gardeners.

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