Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture renovated the garden of a 1901 Albert Farr Neo-Classical mansion. The previously dark, overgrown and isolated rear yard was transformed into a vibrant space with panoramic views. Situated on a new garage rooftop, the garden offers year-round plant color, a lilac bluestone terrace that transitions into the historic home and an elegant side entry staircase.

American Society of Landscape Architects/Northern California Chapter Honor Award (view details)

Butler Armsden Architects
John Sutton Photography