We were lucky enough to work with the same client and design team on a second project. This architecturally significant home was built in 1956-57 by Arch Swank. We reused existing flagstone and left the original serpentine wall in tact. Adding a set of stairs and fire pit area. Boulders on site were collected by the previous owner from trips across the United States. These were incorporated into the new landscape as accent pieces at the entry and beyond.
Dallas, TX On-going
This home renovation is set in a charming neighborhood. The design team and owner worked in collaboration throughout the entire design and construction process. The architectural concrete steps create a rhythm that engages the visitor with the landscape and compliments the interior architecture in form and palette. The private garden accessed from the living space, includes a deck for entertaining and native lawn with Maples and sedges terminating the view from the main living space. An existing evergreen hedge was encouraged to thrive at a taller height to create a green wall, enclosing the garden.