This project involved the design and widespread restoration of a historic four-acre estate located on the outskirts of Greenwich. The vision was to create a year-round garden that would be a meaningful extension of the existing residence and provide spaces for pleasure, recreation, and reflection. The project integrated a series of fieldstone walls to define varied plateaus of use surrounding the house and gardens. The site design was respectful of the microclimate, regional materials, and use of local craftsmanship during construction. The Client’s interest in the work of Dan Kiley inspired us to think simply about relationships between line, plane and pattern across the site.
American Society of Landscape Architects | Honor Award 2006
Boston Society of Landscape Architects | Merit Award 2006