The first project shows a small side garden. The living room of this row house opens directly onto a small side yard. We were tasked to create a garden in a narrow footprint which could be enjoyed visually from within the house as well as inhabited in the summer. The integrated bench and planters create topography for lounging and gardening. Plantings are incorporated wherever possible, including on top of the fence.
The second project, “410 at Society Hill” is a new construction luxury condominium building. We designed the common garden in a formal rectilinear language to compliment the building. The garden is built over the parking garage and so is constructed as a green roof with limited soil depth. The varied heights of the planters screen the first floor unit windows. We created nooks for outdoor dining, a lounge area by a linear pool, and a grand lawn.
select photography by Stuart Goldenberg