Following an extensive home renovation, our client sought to have their grounds reflect their distinctive tastes. This created an intentional stylistic juxtaposition between the home’s architectural purity and the enchanting, flowing landscape. The mica schist stone used on the house was brought into the landscape via irregular paving, low seating walls, and a two-sided outdoor fireplace. Shade panels control the opacity of the new pergola over the main outdoor kitchen and dining space. Innovative furniture surrounds the seating areas near the house, beside the renovated swimming pool, and the new pool house. Emphasizing herbaceous species diversity, the planting forms a texturally rich backdrop for the outdoor rooms, offering distinct foliage patterns and sequential bloom periods.
Photography: Stephen Govel Photography
Interior Design: JAGR : Projects
Architecture: Archer & Buchanan Architects