Contemporary Landscape, San Francisco
This garden is a transformative study of form and volume. It begins solidly in and of the earth, with strong rectangular forms arising and containing water, plantings and passage. The resulting garden feels powerful, monumental and visually compelling. Garden and house are linked at two elevations. Space is created and maximized by the stacking of program functions. Long views are made accessible from the deck above, while visual focus is created in the main garden. Michele Lee Willson Photography
Inspiration for a contemporary water fountain landscape in San Francisco.
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added this to June 9, 2014
Here the overhead plane doubles as a deck area above to offer varying levels of privacy on a tight lot. Much like the...
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