Photo :: Street Elevation

Photo :: Street Elevation

Located in DC's historic Georgetown neighborhood, this property sits adjacent to a corner shop. The homeowner wanted to rebuild the entry garden in a way that would clearly define the edge of the property, while maintaining an inviting transition in to his home. The design introduced terraces and a decorative metal fence to maximize the allowable height of the border, and restored contextual details that create the fabric of Georgetown.

Photo :: Existing Conditions

Photo :: Existing Conditions

Located in DC's historic Georgetown neighborhood, this property sits adjacent to a corner shop. The homeowner wanted to rebuild the entry garden in a way that would clearly define the edge of the property, while maintaining an inviting transition in to his home. The design introduced terraces and a decorative metal fence to maximize the allowable height of the border, and restored contextual details that create the fabric of Georgetown.

Photo :: Street Elevation

Photo :: Street Elevation

Located in DC's historic Georgetown neighborhood, this property sits adjacent to a corner shop. The homeowner wanted to rebuild the entry garden in a way that would clearly define the edge of the property, while maintaining an inviting transition in to his home. The design introduced terraces and a decorative metal fence to maximize the allowable height of the border, and restored contextual details that create the fabric of Georgetown.

Photo :: Entry Stairs

Photo :: Entry Stairs

Located in DC's historic Georgetown neighborhood, this property sits adjacent to a corner shop. The homeowner wanted to rebuild the entry garden in a way that would clearly define the edge of the property, while maintaining an inviting transition in to his home. The design introduced terraces and a decorative metal fence to maximize the allowable height of the border, and restored contextual details that create the fabric of Georgetown.

Photo :: Terrace

Photo :: Terrace

Located in DC's historic Georgetown neighborhood, this property sits adjacent to a corner shop. The homeowner wanted to rebuild the entry garden in a way that would clearly define the edge of the property, while maintaining an inviting transition in to his home. The design introduced terraces and a decorative metal fence to maximize the allowable height of the border, and restored contextual details that create the fabric of Georgetown.