When an 8-acre ridge top property became available, our clients jumped on the opportunity. The transformation for the existing 1950’s suburban ranch house into a modern family compound was no small feat. The clients desired a home and property that would serve their family’s present needs and future possibilities.
Garnering a collaborative effort between architect and landscape architect, expansions to the original structure as well as new structures were laid out around a new pool and courtyard framing the borrowed views. A clean minimalistic aesthetic set the tone for a landscape that merges with the interior of the home. Sweeps of maiden and fountain grasses accentuate the clean lines of boxwood hedges and the architecture itself. Simple bold terraces are punctuated with American boxwood and rosemary to soften the spaces.