Joanne Alderson Design
A beautiful courtyard leading from this Georgian style house with huge copper planters & a stone surround pool. All British stone
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Fi Boyle Garden Design
Upper rear terrace is framed by a low stone wall. Borders set into the paving soften the hard landscaping.
This lovely Victorian house in Battersea was tired and dated before we opened it up and reconfigured the layout. We added a full width extension with Crittal doors to create an open plan kitchen/diner/play area for the family, and added a handsome deVOL shaker kitchen.
Fleurdelis Landscape Design
A blank canvas on a very steep hillside was renovated into a beautiful tiered garden with wide bluestone steps leading to the front entrance and througha shaded woodland garden.
The eyebrow beds of Pachysandra and Polygonatum define the spaces and blend quietly with the bluestone.
Board & Vellum
Landscape contracting by Avid Landscape. Carpentry by Contemporary Homestead. Photograph by Meghan Montgomery.
David R. Lamb, Landscape Architect
This propery is situated on the south side of Centre Island at the edge of an oak and ash woodlands. orignally, it was three properties having one house and various out buildings. topographically, it more or less continually sloped to the water. Our task was to creat a series of terraces that were to house various functions such as the main house and forecourt, cottage, boat house and utility barns. The immediate landscape around the main house was largely masonry terraces and flower gardens. The outer landscape was comprised of heavily planted trails and intimate open spaces for the client to preamble through. As the site was largely an oak and ash woods infested with Norway maple and japanese honey suckle we essentially started with tall trees and open ground. Our planting intent was to introduce a variety of understory tree and a heavy shrub and herbaceous layer with an emphisis on planting native material. As a result the feel of the property is one of graciousness with a challenge to explore.
Richard P. Rauso, ASLA, Landscape Architects
Richard P. Rauso, ASLA
Plan-it Earth Design
Stepping stones lead you to...
a Blade of Grass
Irregular bluestone stepper path and woodland shade garden.