The new terrace at the entrance to Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, NV
Tournesol Siteworks was part of one of the hottest tickets in Las Vegas last fall when renowned Washington DC chef Michel Richard opened his newest eatery, Central Michel Richard at Caesars Palace. The restaurant was named to several “Top 10″ lists within months of opening. Landscape architect Chris Attanasio designed the outdoor terrace using our Wilshire Collection rectangles to create the terrace space, and Downtown Collection as focal planters.
Downtown Collection DS-6000 planters, in a custom shade of green
Los Feliz Residence - photos courtesy of Park Slope Landscape
A while back we featured a few images of a residential project in a blog post titled “Another satisfied customer”. Joan Grabel of Park Slope Landscape worked on the Gurman Residence in Santa Monica, transforming a beatiful 1924 home with an average landscape into something special.
Jon, attached is a photo of the Los Feliz house with ’Downtown’ GFRC pots. Looks great!!
We agree, she’s done great work here! Joan is an exhibiting artist in the Los Angeles area, who created Park Slope Design to “expand her art from the canvas to the landscape”. She’s a featured designer on HGTV, and another satisfied Tournesol Siteworks customer. Thanks, Joan!
Downtown and Wilshire Collection planters, The Clark Hotel, Los Angeles
We recently worked with Syntax Builders on the pool deck of the Clark Hotel. This historic hotel in the heart of downtown L.A. was built in 1913, and known for most of its years as the Hotel Clark. The current owners are adding a pool and lounge area, and reopening the building as a 350-room hotel.