Schnetz is obviously a big fan of Lake Flato Architectural style and the philosophies that we can all apply in our own ways. That’s why we love this article featured by Interior Design magazine: http://www.interiordesign.net/projects/11753-lake-flato-architects-and-plus-two-interiors-design-a-vacation-house-that-captures-the-drama-of-its-site/.
Check out this gorgeous landscaping inspiration from the AIA Housing Award Winners. See all at http://www.curbed.com/2016/4/8/11392282/aia-housing-awards-2016
Special Notice: Southern California Water Regulation The rainy season is not over yet. It’s important to know that Southern California water restrictions have gotten a little stricter with the current drought situation. There is now a regulation requiring all non-sensor based irrigation controllers to be turned off during a rain event and to keep controllers off for 48 hours after the rain has stopped.
The drought that has been plaguing California has brought about necessary changes in how we irrigate our landscape. There are 2 things to consider during times of drought. Irrigation that Saves You Money and Water The first thing to consider is the type of irrigation applied to the landscape. There have been many advancements in irrigation products, we want to keep you aware of how these products can and do save water in your landscape. The fan spray nozzles
Brooke Schnetz of Coral Bloom will be working with Bamboo DNA on the environment and decor for the Okeechobee Music Festival: http://okeechobeefest.com/chobeewobee/gerard-minakawa/. Coral Bloom’s unique and contemporary succulent arrangements are living art. Sustainable and water-wise, they will be a fantastic compliment to Bamboo DNA’s dynamic architectural designs. Check out Coral Bloom’s amazing designs on her website: http://coralbloom.net/ and Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coralblooms/. The Okeechobee Music Festival is March 4 – 6 in Okeechobee, Florida.