United States of America -- Texas -- Dallas County -- Dallas
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The folder includes worksheets.
Repetition of form unifies the designs of the house, hardscape, and landscape for this 13,330 square foot property built in 2011. Its location at the apex of a cul-de-sac and overlooking Exall Lake makes it a focal point in the small town of Highland Park while lush greenery gives privacy for year-round outdoor living. The curved walkway, arched doorway, and niches in front are repeated in the round outdoor tables on the terrace in back that has a curved wall fountain at its base. A low curved wall with a flat top for sitting faces the terrace that has a view of the lake; surrounding shrubs are clipped to rounded shapes. The plant selection focuses on evergreen shrubs and trees with other colors coming in when they flower or the leaves change color, plus small patches of flowers in beds and containers.
Persons associated with the garden include: John H. Armstrong (ASLA) (landscape architect, 2011); Paul Turney (architect, 2011); Southern Botanical (garden maintenance, 2011- ).
Lewis Garden related holdings consist of 1 folder (11 digital images)
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Correspondence between Peter Fuller, Andre Emmerich, and Clement Greenberg; correspondence with Nuala O'Faolain; Greenberg family letters; and additional individual letters from a variety of correspondents are access restricted. Written permission is required. Contact Reference Services for more information.
The Clement Greenberg papers, 1937-1983. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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