A Grand Time for Lifescape

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Lifescape has just won the Grand award from the National Association of Landscape Professionals Awards of Excellence Program for our Castle Pines Residence design.  Our team travelled to Louisville, Kentucky to attend the LANDSCAPES conference and accepted the award on stage this evening.  We were one of 4 who won this award for North America, including both the U.S. and Canada.

We are extremely honored to receive such an award which now puts us in the running for the Judges award.  The Judges award is the highest award given at the national level and is voted on by a group of industry peers.  If we win, the Castle Pines project would be considered the best landscape design build project in the entire country further solidifying the skills and creativity of our designers here at Lifescape.

Lifescape has been blessed with a great team that holds a lot of passion for their work and strives to exceed the expectations of our clients on every project.  The Castle Pines project was a great example of this as it was already voted the 2015 Colorado Project of the Year.  This award is given to recognize the “professionalism and innovation, as well as business practices and original projects” as stated by the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado.

Our Castle Pines project is a modern home in the wilderness of Castle Pines Valley in Castle Rock Colorado.  It is nestled in the foothills and set back off the mountain road about 400 feet.  With stunning views of the mountains, the landscape includes a native grass meadow that opens up to a pristine landscape of manicured turf and hand pruned boxwoods.  A significant vintage automobile gallery was completed in 2014 resulting in a stunning rooftop landscape that appeared as though it was installed with the original construction.  Our design team partnered with the clients’ architect to harmoniously blend the design of the home with the design of the landscape.

Castle Pines Design Project