Using a significant grade change and a challenging property shape as opportunities, granite steps, dry-stacked walls, and dense planting serve as the connection between clearings. This regulating line creates a compelling view through the garden to a feature wall and a renovated carriage house.
The “lantern in the landscape” is a light-filled artist studio space designed in collaboration with a Teass/Warren Architects.
Photos by Allen Russ
Before - After Analysis Diagram
Before: Duplicate paths to a lawn area created an unclear geometry
After: Axis - A regulating path through the garden bridges spaces
Geometries intersect, old meets new.
The eye is shifted from horizontal to the vertical at the feature brick wall.
Teass \ Warren Architects
Oldetowne Historic Landscapes, Inc.
2016 - 2017