July 26, 2016 - We are pleased to announce our recent feature article in Luxe Interiors + Design magazine. The article profiles a home located along Chicago’s North Shore, rebuilt by the property’s ‘empty-nester’ owners. In search of sleek lines and modern living – but wishing to remain on the site – an aesthetic informed by the surrounding landscape was used throughout every aspect of the project.

Photography by Steve Hall

Our team took special care to preserve the large trees on the site. Plantings were chosen that provide both privacy and a seasonally dynamic surrounding for the home. A woodland garden within the couple’s courtyard includes rhododendron, boxwood, and other evergreens. The Midwest vernacular landscape ties seamlessly with the Japanese-inspired architecture of the home, making this an exceptionally distinctive project.

Click here to read the full article.

See more images of this stunning residence and learn more about the beautiful fence along the edge of the property.

Special thanks to our wonderful clients and team members. We were pleased to work with the following firms and consultants on this project:

Architect: Booth Hansen

Interiors: SemelSnow

Landscape Contractor: Mariani Landscape

Fence: Post & Picket

Lighting: Lightscapes

Soils: Urban Arborist

Masonry: Hirsch Brick & Stone

Irrigation: Advanced Underground Sprinkler

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