This lovely Tudor home was remodeled with lines and details inspired by Provençal architecture. The quiet, formal landscape design responds to the architecture as well as the client’s desire for a restful garden space that pleases the eye and speaks softly to the senses.
The stately house is quietly framed by mature oak, maple, cypress, and redwood trees. Cooler tones of the stonework are offset by the sunny, warm colors of the house. Stone basket weave and hanging planters, as well as subtle statuary, grace the garden with spots of color, and vitality.
The hand-carved fountain provides the garden with both subtle movement and sound, and creates a stunning focal point from within the home.
Photography: David Goldberg