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The Green Scene Landscape and Swimming Pool Design Services
Scott Cohen is available for on-site, online, and telephone consultations as well as training and speaking engagements.
"...FROM CONCEPT TO COMPLETION..."
Creative Garden Designs
During the initial consultation, Scott Cohen meets with all homeowners of the property to discuss budget and size and scope of the project. Based on that meeting, he prepares a Work Order for Design Services.
Scott Cohen then takes the time upfront to explore your needs with our exclusive Design Questionnaire. Next, with our design staff, he begins to form a custom hardscape and landscape design around your lifestyle and budget.
Sketches, Computer Design, and Professional Perspectives
For local clients, we measure your property to create the "base map", and then our Green Scene design team begins conceptual drawings. These are quick ideas drawn out in pencil for your review. We often provide several ideas from which you can choose.
For out of area clients, Scott will create a design based on the measurements and photos you send us. Click here for his consultation rates.
(At right, the Brals display the landscape design Scott Cohen created for them on an episode of HGTV's Landscaper's Challenge)
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|Next, based on your feedback on the concept drawing, using landscape design software, Scott will present detailed printouts to show you the proposed layout of landscaping, hardscaping, and water features. Our garden illustrator creates hand drawn colorful landscape perspectives to show you what the completed project will look like. Your new yard plan will be easy to understand and visualize. Below are some of Scott Cohen's amazing back yard swimming pool designs.|
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Here are some results of our design work. Go to our Project Profiles page to see more.
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Photos by Deidre Walpole and Nick Lucero