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Design Milk

Design Milk

Paseos Invites You To Participate in Your Surroundings.

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Phoenix Home and Garden

Phoenix Home & Garden

This new series on revisiting past winners of our Masters of the Southwest award begins with concrete artisan Larry Kornegay.

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Garden Design

Garden Design

At the moment, designer and sculptor Larry Kornegay is still working on 15 to 20 projects at his personal art studio in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Metropolis Magazine

Metropolis Magazine

This rounded landscape container with a stylized surface pattern comes in three sizes, and is available in natural gray concrete as well as different pigments or a custom mix.

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Dwell Magazine

Dwell Magazine

Agave Series planter by Kornegay Design, price upon request. The round, concrete landscape planter is finished with a raised geometric motif and a raw, sandblasted finish.

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Defining Desert Living

Defining Desert Living

Rooted in an affinity for the landscape and a lifetime of dramatic architectural imagery, designer and artist Larry Kornegay finds much of his inspiration within the intricacies of nature.

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Java Magazine

Java Magazine

Falling in love with the desert and its multifaceted landscape, especially for those like me with a raging city affinity, doesn’t always come easy.

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SNAP

Snap | The Magazine of Sweets

Manufacturer: Kornegay Design Inspired by imagery of the Sonoran Desert, the Agave Series sports a dimensional pattern modeled after the succulent plant it’s named for.

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Architect Magazine

Architect Magazine

Artist Larry Kornegay has designed everything from architectural signage to theme parks.

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EVO Magazine

EVO Magazine

The design inspiration behind creating sustainable concrete planters and wood site furnishings.0

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Phoenix Home and Garden

Phoenix Home & Garden

A miniature concrete mixer – complete with a working drum – is displayed in a cabinet in Larry Kornegay’s office as a reminder of his roots.

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Architectural Record

Architectural Record

Although their tapered forms and raised bands are inspired by galvanized-metal washtubs, the Masaru series of planters are crafted from precast concrete.

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Garden Design

Garden Design

The latest collection from the heralded Phoenix-based Kornegay Design, these majestic, precast pots in a range of gemstone-inspired hues weigh up to 740 pounds, lending a durable architectonic presence to any landscape.

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Phoenix Home and Garden

Phoenix Home & Garden

Phoenix-based Kornegay Design, LLC, introduces the Quartz Series to its growing line of finely crafted cast concrete landscape containers.

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Phoenix Home and Garden

Phoenix Home & Garden

Every day is a special occasion in this pristine mountain setting.

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Phoenix Home & Garden

A new line of landscape containers from Valley artist Larry Kornegay showcases the designer’s flair for using cast concrete as a sculptural medium.

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Garden Design

Garden Design

“Small gestures get lost here,” says Arizona artist Larry Kornegay, who has created plant containers as wide as 4 feet to suit the landscapes of local designers.

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Architectural Record

With a graceful form inspired by the rhythmic undulations of desert sand dunes, these cast-concrete landscape containers are appropriately called the Dune Series.

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Southwest Horticulture

Southwest Horticulture

Arizona natives, Larry and Paula Kornegay, have been the owners of Kornegay Design since 1997.

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Architectural Record

Architectural Record

Kornegay Design, a source for cast-concrete site amenities, has introduced a new concrete bench and two new styles of landscape containers.

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Landscape Architecture

Landscape Architecture

From fun and whimsical designs in planters and garden furniture to more pragmatic designs in retaining -wall systems, this year’s masonry products are a mixture of utility and aesthetics.

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