June 28, 2014
One of our roof terraces was featured in the Washington Post's Lifestyle section as part of a story on outdoor entertaining by clients Stephen Heavner and Bob Williams.
May 27, 2014
One of our roof top projects featuring Capitol Garden Product's Geo Cube and Bell Jar plants
March 21, 2014
Planter manufacturer Capitol Garden Products showcases their hand-antiqued copper fiberglass "Stuart" planters in a project photo from one of our roof gardens.
January 03, 2014
A new dining pavilion and community center spurs development in Anacostia
October 09, 2013
A cocktail event in conjunction with Ruth Gorland Interiors and furniture company Janus et Cie at their Georgetown showroom
September 19, 2013
From the Beasley Real Estate magazine: thoughts on Fall entertaining
July 24, 2013
Feature on our Georgetown green wall
July 17, 2013
Premier issue of the Beasley Real Estate magazine
June 21, 2013
Designer showhouse lecture: "No Time to Waste: Low-maintenance Plants for the Modern Native Garden"
June 18, 2013
A seminar and Q&A session for novice home-sellers on the basics of preparing the exterior of a home to show it at its best.
May 19, 2013
A garden tour of Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, DC
April 23, 2013
Article in the Washington Post regarding Bell Design's partnership with Beasley and the concept of landscape staging
April 10, 2013
Bob Bell is scheduled to speak about native plants, April 10th.
April 04, 2013
Bell Design's new partnership featured in The Georgetown Dish.
February 12, 2013
One of our suppliers, Concord Sheet Metal, features Bell Design's use of their product
January 08, 2013
This pilot segment for about.com explains rock gardening basics
October 28, 2011
With our client Lori Graham, the roof deck we designed was featured in an article on her extensive townhouse renovation
December 05, 2009
Bob 's second stint as guest designer, this time for a young couple in American University Park in Washington, DC
December 04, 2008
The first "Curb Appeal" episode Bob filmed, a client's renovated rowhouse gets a much-needed front entrance