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Project Update – Boise Plaza Interior

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Construction is progressing on the interior portion of the Boise Plaza in downtown Boise, Idaho. Yes, you read that correctly. Here is the construction progress INSIDE the Boise Plaza in downtown Boise. Your mind is blown, we know. Project Team Stack Rock Group – Landscape Architecture (YES!!)Hummel Architects – ArchitectureDauby[…]

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WEBINAR – Conceptual Landscape Design

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If you’re a Landscape Architect, landscape designer, landscape DIYer, or a landscape enthusiast you want to mark your calendar for April 25th at 10 a.m. PST. Kiley Gardiner from our Boise office is conducting a webinar titled “Conceptual Landscape Design” where she will talk about conceptual residential landscape design and[…]

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Project Update: La Pared Verde, Piedmont, California

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Here at Stack Rock Group we design custom, sustainable, beautiful, and functional residential landscapes nationwide from our offices in Boise, Idaho and Salt Lake City, Utah. This project, located in the beautiful hills of Piedmont, California is a serious update to the original landscape. Construction is progressing and we are[…]

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Here at Stack Rock Group We Solve Problems for Architects

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By: Jesse Buster, PLA, ASLA | Stack Rock Group – Landscape Architecture Here at Stack Rock Group we’re in the business of solving problems for our clients. Often times, our clients are architects. Problems we routinely help with are quickly turning around a suddenly-needed landscape plan, helping the client know all design possibilities[…]

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We Make Buildings Better

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We have a saying here at Stack Rock Group: “A building in a parking lot is just a building in a parking lot and a park without people doesn’t matter.” Great parks need to be accessible by people and great buildings need to be surrounded by natural life. The best[…]

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Here’s Exactly How to Get Rid of Those ‘Too Wet’ or ‘Too Dry’ Spots in Your Lawn Once and For All

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By: Michael Williams Does your lawn have dry spots? Does your lawn have areas that remain wet throughout the year? Have you ever walked outside to discover your irrigation system is over-spraying your house, walkways, and patio’s!!? Chances are you’re experiencing a very common occurrence I like to call ‘regular[…]

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We Hit Deadlines

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Most consultants aren’t good at hitting deadlines, or so we’ve been told by numerous architects. Architects are under a lot of pressure to deliver multiple projects to multiple clients simultaneously. There are so many moving parts to wrangle; consultants, engineers, client meetings, cities, codes, stakeholders, etc.⠀⠀The last thing an architect[…]

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Top 10 Reasons to Add Native Plants to Your Landscape

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When most people hear the terms “native plants,” “Xerisacpe,” or “drought tolerant” they immediately think of sagebrush. Unfortunately this couldn’t be further from the truth. Native wildflowers, grasses, shrubs, and trees do so much for a landscape. No matter your geographic location when you add native plants to your landscape:[…]

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Is Design At A Paradigm Shift?

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By: Jesse Buster In a recent ArchDaily article Steven Holl claims “It’s not a great moment, there are a lot of bad architects,” attributing to his successes of award winning projects. This reminds me of the 2014 ArchDaily article where Frank Gehry claimed that Today’s Architecture is (Mostly) “Pure Shit.”[…]

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