Projects : garden
Grapevine Bluffs is a planned community as part of a mixed-used plan based around the Kubota HQ (Kubota Tractors) which took several years to get through the City of Grapevine as a planned development. This site has 18 buildings and a total of 450 units. It has a variety of unit mix and townhomes, with tuck under garages, detached garages, and more.
One of the main goals for such a big plan was to focus on pedestrian connectivity to the creek that runs behind it. Also including, a bike trail that connects down to a trail along the creek. This site includes, a free-standing pool and pavilion area, a separate small dog park, connection to hike and bike trails and it follows the street grid that leads to the other mixed-uses within the community
Architecture is based on a Texana style, a combination of Texas quarry stone and wood accents; so the balconies and parts of the building are heavy stained wood elements, balconies with wood columns as wood siding as a feature with the intent of makingthe architecture very regional.