The construction of the Liveroof installment is now complete, and we’re very happy with the results! We’ve also poured the mexican pebble around the fire pit and in the drainage channels around the site. After touring the site last Friday, we thought we’d share some photos we took around sunset.
This shot of the pavilion rooftop shows the decking that leads to the firepit and the ocean in the distance. The sun shining off of the pavilion’s copper plate roofing (on the left) creates a great contrast with the Leymus grass below.
The mexican pebble has been poured along the wooden borders and the drip-system irrigation has been laid out.
Down near the retention pond, the mexican pebble lines the concrete ‘diving board’. The colors of the mexican pebble, concrete, black mulch, and surrounding bamboo work really nicely together in this area.
Also lining the fire-pit on the ground level, the pebble pops the vibrant red inside of the installation. Can’t wait to see it lit!
Finally, we view the pavilion & Liveroof installation from the backyard patio. Once all of the lighting is in place, this view will dramatically change from night to day.