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Coastal Home: This property features over one-thousand feet of freestanding stone wall. Some were preexisting in need of repair, and others we constructed to match the same style -- a loose fitting, but stable arrangement of field stone. For the motor court, the team crafted a contrasting formal stone wall by hand splitting granite slabs with feathers and wedges.  Photography by Figmints.  

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Modern Retreat. The aim of this project was to create a relaxed and open retreat that's intimately connected to the outdoors.  While the result appears effortless, the project required extensive contouring and excavation, and the sourcing of numerous specialty plants and seed mixes.  Robert Cardillo Photography.

Landscape Creations:

715 Mooresfield Road

Saunderstown, RI 02874

www.landscapecreationsri.com

info@landscapecreationsri.com

Serving Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut
 

Landscape Creations partners with New England's top landscape architects, custom homebuilders, and clients to construct extraordinary landscapes -- the exceptional outdoor spaces that enhance lives and help people flourish. A full-service landscape contractor, we offer one hand to shake and decades' experience bringing exceptional designs to life across every aspect of the outdoor project scope. Our work spans urban oasis gardens to sprawling coastal estates, and everything in between.

Photo on Previous Page:  Pastoral Estate -- Formerly the site of a gentleman's farm with horses, the update of this historic coastal home in Little Compton, RI required construction of a refined, timeless landscape.  Reclaimed granite was used extensively to fit the rustic feel of the property. Anthony Crisafulli Photography  

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Field House: To create a modern home that would “belong” to the field where it was built, our scope began with the fine grading of the site to make it look like the house had been there all along. On approach, the driveway meanders through an expanse of wildflowers and vegetation to an inviting carport. George Gray Photography.