Photo by Sylvain Côté


Sylvain Côté
Absolute Green Homes

South Salem This special oasis was created mid-way between the house and the lake offering up 180 degree views of the water. There are two distinct seating areas including one that features an outdoor wood burning fireplace as well as a wood fired pizza oven all-in-one. The perfect spot for enjoying the view or entertaining on a summer evening.


Photo by Sean Jancski


Sean Jancski
Sean Jancski Landscape Architects

Tarrytown As part of the construction of this new home, a pool was added. In creating an infinity edge pool, the slope of the land and the views were taken into consideration. The new deck was designed with a ramp and stairs to accommodate elderly family members and an outdoor living and entertaining space were created lending itself to lounging, gathering, and relaxing. A mixture of colorful perennials provides year-round interest, heights,
and textures.

Other Contributor: Pool/Spa and Masonry, Wagner Pools, Inc.


Photo by Jessica Rae Loughran


Bana Choura, AIA
Choura Architect

Scarsdale The homeowner, who is a chef, requested three outdoor spaces, a vegetable garden, an outdoor barbecue area near the pool, and a sunken garden. The sunken garden provides access to the lower level of the house and brought in light and a connection to nature. There is also a beautiful stone water feature.

Other Contributor: Landscape, Gail Bishop from Thunderhill Garden Design

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