Historic Druid Hills

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Having first met the client while working on a project at the Paideia School, the firm was subsequently engaged to provide landscape architectural services for their two-acre residential site in historic Druid Hills. The project began with the creation of an overall site master plan for the property and has been implemented in phases over the course of six years. The first phase of work focused on the design and addition of a new pool, terraces and garden areas in the rear yard. The materials used were bluestone paving, brick veneer retaining walls and granite cobblestone detailing. The second phase of work involved integrating a new garden house structure, an associated wood arbor and walkways within the new garden spaces. This work was done in conjunction with architect Todd Pritchett. The third phase of work involved the rehabilitation of an existing boxwood garden, which  included site design and construction coordination.