Archive for the 'permeable surfaces' Category
Several months ago I began discussing with The Virginia Hospital Center the possibility of designing several planting areas scattered around the hospital grounds, difficult, high traffic or neglected areas of opportunity. During the course of those conversations we were offered a fabulous opportunity: Develop & design a new outdoor space at the confluence of three [...]
Recently the owner of The Settlement Group approached me to address a– how should I describe this charitably– woefully neglected exterior for one of their branch locations in McLean, VA. Around the backside is even worse, with two enormous cracking Bradford Pears leaning out precariously over the old drive-through roof, broken and pruned branches from [...]
cucinellij_BACK1flickr, originally uploaded by greeneyedesignllc. The design is beginning to take a fuller shape.
This lovely, priceless home is an authentic Queen Anne style house in Catonsville Md, where it sits among other German-influenced Victorian houses on generous lots. I basically threw myself at the owner in a bid to design the space and he was kind enough to agree. The house has an interesting history; just one family [...]
One of my more fulfilling projects has been helping to develop this small private school’s landscape master plan. My alma mater, I was especially pleased when they saw fit to accept our son as a kindergartner. The school has undergone tremendous growth since I was a student there– after huge expansions and renovations, the newly [...]