The Bridges at Las Colinas is a 118-acre residential land development containing 400 single-family lots in Las Colinas, a 12,000-acre master planned community in Irving, Texas. Built around a lake, the community contains over 12 acres of open space, parks, and trails.
DCBI developed the theme for the landscape elements for the project utilizing modular sandstone blocks, black granite, and cast stone in an overall contemporary context. DCBI also created a series of monumental features utilizing water jet cut metal panels, each with a unique abstract botanical theme. These elements are featured at the community's primary entry as well as on an internal vehicular bridge which is highly visible from highly trafficked State Highway 114. Internally lit, the eye catching art elements become beacons announcing the community and present a unique identification for its residents.
DCBI work within the development also included a 1.1 acre park with unique splash play area, meandering stream, and playground.
DCBI is currently providing creative design and comprehensive consulting services for a number of significant master planned communities scheduled for development in the Metroplex.