In this issue, you’ll find a an artist-architect, a symmetrical Fluvanna pool, Vinegar Hill’s second act and more. Here’s what’s inside:
- Jessie Chapman‘s visual approach.
- Vinegar Hill’s second life in film.
- Why your home might benefit from a portico.
- Michelle Adams‘ design influences.
- A pool we love!
- A city home in need of reconfiguration.
This month’s featured landscape (above):
The secondary home of a Washington, D.C.-based couple and their two kids needed to maximize the sense of escape from the city. In his role as both architect and landscape architect, Jay Monroe helped site a cottage for the family that offered a broad, rolling view of fields and woods. READ MORE HERE
This month’s featured home:
When David and Sissy Perdue first glimpsed the property they were interested in buying, they knew—despite some obvious drawbacks—it was their future home. The 1880s farmhouse had undergone multiple renovations and, with the help of residential designer Peter LaBau, was about to undergo one more. READ MORE HERE