Yes, it is a Buckeye or Chestnut or Horse Chestnut, but it’s the shrub variety with an overall size of 8’-12’ tall with an 8’-15’ spread. It grows in our garden and we have planted it in the gardens of many, in full sun and …
Monthly Archives: January 2012
Video by Jacqui Haggerty Sally Pagliai loves a landscape design challenge. So when she got the opportunity to transform the dilapidated deck space of a manufacturing plant turned loft apartments into an outdoor room, she jumped at the chance. Sally drew on her formal training …
Currently our favorite construction material is wire mesh. You can see how we used it on our Youtube video. The version in this application was stainless steel but gauges, spacing, and weaves are as vast and variable as Salvia cultivars. Using a similar material, but …
These are examples of key design elements from a variety of projects. Some serve as the focus for the total work, others are accents contributing to the overall aesthetic; rhythm, harmony, manipulation of landform, all while respecting the elements of nature.
Creation of a landscape that fuses classic architecture with playful entertaining, taking full advantage of the bucolic setting.
Designer Showcase, Villa Maria, New York
Rekindling the essence of a grand but casual country estate in a recently parceled 10-acre property. The design is an homage to the property originally designed by the Olmstead Brothers at the height of the Country House Movement.
Rendering of a garden that moves from the architecture of a formal residence into the landscape, ultimately dissolving into nature.
Our renovation of a 13th-Century hilltop convent garden, creating an edible garden and colorful romping grounds for an active family.