“Many, many people don’t like chlorine,” said Bryan Morse, who runs a landscaping company in Vista, Calif., called Expanding Horizons that builds water features and branched into natural pools five years ago.
We’ve been working on this Natural Swimming Pool for the past few weeks and it is nearing completion Advertisements
In Europe, this technology has been proven and is in wide use, yet, in America, the popularity of these chemical free pools is just catching on. Our company; Expanding Horizons has developed a hybrid version of the Swim Pond that differs from the normal European model in various ways.
Environmental Artist Bryan Morse traveled to Thailand to consult on the construction of a Natural Swimming Pool adjacent to the Eco Villa under construction at the Six Senses Soneva Kiri Resort on the island of Koh Kood.
A few years ago in consultation with Craig Kessinger; a local First Nation Medicine Man, I designed and, along with the Artisans at Expanding Horizons, created a Medicine Wheel in the Desert Garden at Alta Vista Botanical Gardens
With 25,000 euros and 1000 hours of work, Maurizio Cesprini and his partner Paola Gardin rebuilt a ruined home in the medieval village of Ghesc, Italy. They hope other young families will consider their example with a plentiful supply of medieval ghost towns.
In initial consultations with the Childress’s, Bryan Morse mapped out the vision, which would guide the development of the gardens. The six-acre parcel was divided into rough zones that would form the boundaries of the various Gardens.
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With more than nine different examples of Morse’s Environmental Art spread across Alta Vista Botanical Gardens, his contributions to this project are easy to appreciate
“Bryan did an outstanding job,” Childress said, “exactly what I wanted. It was world class. Everybody who came said it was magnificent.”
The owners were looking to change the look of their pool and create something completely unique. Bryan Morse and the Artisans at Expanding Horizons came up with the concept that is pictured in this Blog
This is a massive Faux Rock (artificial rock) project contrasting against Quartzite that was imported from China at the waterline and Natural Rock walls.