Scott Cohen’s signature “Libation Sensations” custom freestanding bar/serve counter, featuring 250 wine bottles used in the front, and 14 melted scotch and wine bottles used as inlaid tiles in the polished countertop, lit with fiber optic lights.
The bridge leading from the main patio crosses over the swimming pool and leads to a majestic outdoor living room pavilion with custom ironwork and fireplace. The overlook patio is stone texture stamped concrete with Tuscan cast concrete columns.
This Calabasas project was shown from design through completion on the HGTV show Property Buzz. (Video below)
- HGTV.com, Landscape Design Build Magazine’s article “Love, War & Landscape Design”, “Fiber-Optic Wine Bottles Light Up Concrete Countertop” on ConcreteNetwork.com, Signature Pools and Outdoors Magazine, Builder News Magazine, Fired Arts and Crafts, Signature Pools and Outdoors, Pool and Spa News, from House to Home, Architectural West, Backyards Go Green in the Alameda Sun, Nashville Home and Garden, Pool and Spa News, American Dream Homes, and Picture Perfect Pools (book)
- Concrete Decor, Concrete Expressions, Landscape Management, Ecological Home Ideas, Pond and Garden Lifestyles, Outdoor Kitchens and Fireplaces, Westlake Magazine, Pool and Spa Living, and Masonry magazine,
- Cover of the World Of Concrete 2010 brochure
- Concrete Décor
- Calabasas Style
- Concrete Décor magazine
Let us start by saying thanks for the magnificent design! You have transformed our idea of what we needed in our back yard to a paradise resort. It turned out better than expected, and the beauty of our yard is the uniqueness of the design and the uniqueness of the elements incorporated.
There are many landscape contractors out there who can build pools and backyards but we found none as creative and innovative as Green Scene Landscape. Thanks for teaching us the fundamentals of landscape design. We always thought it was as simple as putting a patio cover here, a tree there, and a pool in the middle. You taught us that there are fundamentals associated with the flow of elements in a back yard.
The implementation of the design was also as unique and impressive. The professional and courteous conduct of The Green Scene staff was commendable and should raise the bar for others in this field. They cared about the quality of their work, ensuring that we are satisfied, and they created the least amount of inconvenience for us during this massive operation.
We thank you and everyone at The Green Scene in the office and in the field, for transforming our dreams to reality.
Maryam Mazaheri and Mehdi Asgharzadeh