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POMONA
       
     
POMONA

This residential landscape emerged as a holistic approach to the design of both house and garden through an intensive collaboration of the architect, the landscape architect, and the client. The interdisciplinary dialogue very early decided, for example, to save and transplant an existing specimen twenty inch caliper pecan tree that was sited within the footprint of the future house. The house and garden function as one flexible, active, and resilient space with dissolved boundaries and transitions between exterior and interior.

Architect: Cunningham Architects

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