LGLA’s landscape complements the geometry of the John Corry-designed midcentury pavilion and establishes a relationship with the larger landscape.
The small lawn accommodates fundraisers, while providing a serene foreground to the mountain view
Zigzag hedge and strategically placed boulders define the rear garden and relate to the mountain vista. Striking groups of Sansevierias, Aloes and Agaves complement the owner’s contemporary art collection.
Increased biodiversity and visual interest
Profiled in Dry Gardens: High Style for Low Water Gardens by Daniel Nolan. Featured in The New York Times Magazine, The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s Garden Dialogues, and The Garden Conservancy’s Open Days program.