The hedge was cut into a half moon shape to provide a vista of the garden from the inside of the house.
The living room was designed around the artwork around the sofa.
The paneled Japanese screen acts as a backdrop to a pair of leather and chrome Mies van der Rohe chairs.
Four more Mies van der Rohe chairs sit around a 1960s Warren Platner table from Knoll.
The original kitchen was gutted and replaced by cabinetry he designed himself. The pantry door is from a hotel in London.
The garden's patio furniture was tucked behind an inviting plunge pool and fountain.
A lava stone Buddha head from Bali is surrounded by topiaried boxwood.
A French fountain greets visitors in the courtyard.
A stylish and serene guest bedroom.
A casual and relaxed masculine master bedroom.
I have always had an admiration for perfectly manicured gardens because they look like a work of art to me. Gorgeous landscapes like these are often the work of someone with an artistic eye with a considerable amount of knowledge about plants. Do you love manicured gardens too?