July 2015 | Qualified Remodeler

Nature Refined

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"Projects incorporate hardscaping and masonry for an earthy appearance, durability and the 'pop' of contrast provided against a home or landscape."

Southview Design's award-winning project Lakeside Jewel is featured in this Qualified Remodeler article about landscaping projects incorporating natural stone and masonry into their design. This project features a stacked boulder wall, holding back tons of earth – an impressive engineering feat belied by the final product's graceful elegance.

Lakeside Jewel

Expansive views and dramatic landscape design includes an Infinity swimming pool, fire features, an outdoor kitchen, and hot tub.

More challenging projects on slopes and hills

Space for a Wedding

In just 10 days, Southview Design transformed this Eden Prairie landscape into an idyllic setting for a wedding.

Multi-Level Backyard Fun

Designers and crews had to carve out a portion of a hill to create a level space for a swimming pool and hot tub in this backyard.

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