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.
The Kabbalah is an ancient spiritual wisdom that empowers us to improve our lives, discover our purpose, and achieve the … More
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.
This five ring classical labyrinth was designed and built by Bryan Morse and his team of artisans at Expanding Horizons.
As the Director of the Gardens and President of the Board for six years, Bryan Morse was pivotal in the … More
From sdhome magazine Designer Details: Bryan Morse “Ignore the rules” was the mantra of Vista stone artist and landscape designer Bryan … More
Bryan’s Swimming Pool in Vista California has been featured on the cover of the Home Section of the New York Times and … More
Text from Brochure… “Bryan Morse’s professional experience and artistic flair are evident in his home and landscape. Use of field-stone … More
Sometimes an opportunity arises to do a project that is truly unique. This front yard remodel in Cardiff-by-the-Sea, CA was … More