MTLA - Seaver/Speck

Mark Tessier Landscape Architecture designed this textural, drought tolerant, warm modern garden to complement the mid-century design of the home. The use of various materials including gravel, reclaimed and ipe wood, and concrete mixed with a lush drought resistant planting palette offer a homeowners and visitors a multi sensory environment. Photos by Art Gray

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donovdw
Doug Dnovan added this to 16- Landscape5 October 2021

Concrete finish for stoop stair and retaining

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Brad Mason added this to Fences8 August 2020

Something different on the inside might be a decorative impact feature and be very unique

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J D D S added this to Mid Century Modern26 July 2020

Partitions Orwell’s that focus attention into garden behind. ‘Compress and release’. Wright abided by a design principle he referred to as “compression and release.” In his structures, before entering an open, spacious area, one must first pass through a narrow, constricting one.

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