- PROJECT SPOTLIGHTS -
In the hands of a true architectural master, a 1930's tudor undergoes the delicate process of coming of age.
Gracefully transitioning design from interior to exterior and then again across all the various outdoor spaces, this masterpiece is nothing short of function, balance, and style.
Set back a good distance off a dreamy country road, secluded by mature forestry and well-planned privacy screenings, sits this beautifully designed poolside oasis.
A Connecticut family brings the luxuries of indoor life beyond the backdoor. The result is this truly spectacular, multi-level backyard oasis.
A YOUNG NEW YORK FAMILY LOOKS TO A LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT TO CREATE AN OUTDOOR SPACE FIT FOR ENTERTAINING.
The morning sun offers its soft rays to glisten and dance on the pool’s surface. Relaxing on the lounge you glance over the rim of your sunglasses, beverage in hand. A smile of satisfaction breaks out at the beauty of your new pool and stunning outdoor kitchen.
For Jamie Copeland of Hudson Design Architecture & Construction Management PLLC, it all began in the sandbox. “I was always building forts,” he says of his earliest memories growing up in Charlotte, NC. From there, he moved on to a multi-story tree house.
A beautiful Westchester, NY estate opens its gates and shows us how a large property can feel intimate. Project by Total Turf Landscaping. Video and Photography by Darryl Estrine.
A Hudson Valley family looks to achieve balance and harmony between the interior and exterior living spaces of their beautiful Scarsdale home.
A new courtyard for a new brewhouse.
A New York Home receives a driveway facelift that is far more than skin deep.
Nestled among natural rock outcroppings, a new pool cabana provides an entertaining space for a Westchester family year-round.
A Contemporary Garrison Retreat Is Transformed Into A Spectacular, Free-Flowing Oasis
words by Stephanie Schutz photography by Larry Merz
Bucolic and majestic, the Hudson Valley is a treasure trove of sweeping natural landscapes. Residents and visitors alike are drawn to this scenic part of New York; falling as willing victims to her beauty, anxious to revel in the seasonal kaleidoscope of color she offers.
Architect Carol Kurth’s renovation of a Westchester home creates a fluid communion between indoor and outdoor spaces.
text by Jorge S. Arango photography by Peter Krupenye