Casa Juanita

Long Island Residential Landscape

Rana Creek worked with Sebastian Mariscal Studio to marry nature with architecture in a residential design on Long Island. Exterior rooms and living roofs infuse the building architecture with a subtle yet robust natural character, while blending it into the landscape matrix of pine and deciduous woodland. One striking feature of the design is a central courtyard with a flowering dogwood tree that grows through the upper floors.  Rana Creek organized the landscape design by a series of terraces, framed by reclaimed granite stonework.  Winding paths link spaces in the garden while dense plantings and garden walls keep the next destination hidden from view. A kitchen garden,  secret garden,  birch grove and stone garden are some of the unique rooms framed in the landscape.  Successional woodland gardens and swale plantings of native meadow species create a distinctive sense of space, in which an intermingling matrix of perennials and grasses provide year-round interest.

 

Completed

In Construction

Client

Confidential

Location

Long Island, New York

Team

Sebastian Mariscal Studio

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