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The major challenge in designing the landscape for a large house with straight, rather symmetrical lines is to bring the scale and style of the architecture into the landscape while retaining a sense of human scale in the design. The major challenge in designing the landscape for a large house with straight, rather symmetrical lines is to bring the scale and style of the architecture into the landscape while retaining a sense of human scale in the design. The four formally shaped flowering trees in front of the house achieve this goal, while defining the dominant area of the house and echoing the four columns supporting the portico. Colorful perennials and planters brimming with annuals achieve the second objective. Because the garage is set at the side of the house, a circular driveway is designed to lead visitors directly to the front entrance in style. Brick inlay marks the space at the front door where cars should stop. Three large evergreens at the corner of the house block the view of the rear parking area and the garage, and they contrast in color and texture with the perennials planted under them. The secondary door can be reached by a walkway, which has a jog in it for added interest. Because of the skillful placement of trees, foundation plants and paving, it is obvious to any visitor which door is the main entry. An island bed in the lawn bordering the circular driveway contains large evergreens and a shade tree of grand proportions to provide needed privacy. Other evergreens along the street buffer the view of the house from the street and the driveway. The size of the island planting is balanced with the rest of the landscape by the bed on the left of the house, which sweeps around until it disappears out of sight. Also shown here is home plan HWEPL00601. More Less...
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Styles: NeoClassical

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