Fencing plays a diverse role in the landscape. It both solves problems and creates unique opportunities. By working with a talented landscape team you can determine your site requirements and regional limitations. Fencing can be a dynamic element or it can be made to disappear into the landscape. A design that works with the architecture of your home and personal style melds with major considerations such as; neighbors, privacy, pets, and security. The selection of materials need to withstand exposure to the elements year-round and can be made of such things as Ipe or Cedar wood, stone, wrought iron, aluminum or steel cable. Color, transparency and layout are all features that will create a distinctive and individualized final product. Although located in the exterior of your home a fence works just like the interior walls to enclose and define space. Fencing can be a unique design feature, framing views or defining perimeters, and can be as varied as traditional slating, sculptural partitions, modern privacy screening, luxurious curtain walls or vegetative greenwalls. Decisions made with your landscape designer will deal with the practical issues such as safety and noise or wind reduction and create an overall site plan that is both functional and attractive.