Just another reason to love city life! Tucked away behind an Italianate brownstone in the West Village of Manhattan sits what is best described as a secret garden. Lush with shade loving plants, the garden is a testament to what is possible with a very limited color & plant palette. If you look closely you will realize that the plants have been repeated over and over again with very little change. The main stay of the garden, Boxwood, Ivy and Hostas used throughout, help to create classic elegance in this tiny plot. A trellis and mirrored fence, as well as levels add to the illusion of space, and privacy.
Designed by the New York firm of Sawyer Berson, a interdisciplinary firm practicing architecture, landscape architecture and interior design. The firm works in a variety of styles from traditional to modern in both commercial as well as residential projects.