An evolution from traditional landscape design to designer of experiential spaces allows us to go deeper into mutual collaborations that interpret and incorporate visions, dreams, and feelings for the land and resulting retreat spaces that are site appropriate, easy to care for, and environmentally responsible.
Garden styles come and go, and although our own notion of beauty is more aligned with a native meadow than a groomed lawn these days, the sentiment of seeing the garden as a place for gathering friends, generating fun, and getting in touch with our imagination will never go out of style. This Garden Tea Party photo of some of our team members in 2006 by Ashley Elizabeth Ford is a great reminder to have fun and find the magic in whenever we can.
One of our young friends has been using our garden to conduct fairy studies, collect data, and develop new findings. Her magnifying glass has revealed many things. Some of the magic that she has discovered is so enthralling that she says she’s too excited to go to sleep at night.
Let us know what experiences would you like to have in your landscape and we’ll work with you to bring it into being.