— This project combined waterfront prestige, a respectful incorporation of the home’s original Guilford Bell façade, and space for a young family to grow.
While creating a balanced new pool and lawn for children to play, this open beachside space was also highly exposed to the elements. As such, the design incorporated various shelters and shade, including a cantilevered pergola.
— Six established Fan Palms added height in proportion to the home, while the front entrance featured a series of Crepe Myrtle trees and a magnificent Eucalypt.
Planting was pared back to complement the simplicity and repetition in the architecture.