A family selects property for building an estate-class home for reasons both the tangible and the impalpable. Location matters, of course. So do characteristics like topography, vistas and vegetation. But pure instinct comes into it, too: This place, plus beautiful architecture, can be the vessel for our lives.
But a home on the land is not just a house. Our contribution, from the very start of a residential project, is to support both architects and homeowners. We have fine-grained sensitivity to a property’s nature. Where can structures best be sited? How should they respect the native ecosystems? What can optimize both enjoyment of the land, and protection of those natural systems? And how can a residential landscape be designed with the lightest touch?
We apply our deep sensitivity to a landscape and its natural systems in support of the owners and architects of new-construction estate homes.