Tribeca Duplex

This garden’s minimal planting palette is both visually impactful and practical. Pleached Hornbeams create a living screen for privacy from neighboring buildings; sculptured Boxwoods contribute evergreen interest; a single specimen Maple provides a visual backdrop to the adjoining foyer; and the Nepeta underplanting – frequented by pollinators – is sheared mid-summer to produce a second flourish of lavender flowers in the early Autumn.
A single Japanese Maple provides a central anchoring element
The seating area is seen behind the Japanese maple and surrounding plantings
The planting is enhanced by limestone paving, warm timber-clad planters and textural hand-made clay pots. A custom outdoor kitchen with a grill makes the terrace a true extension of the interior – an outdoor oasis to be enjoyed throughout the seasons.
large decorative bowls sit on the seating area's table in front of a wall of ivy
The wall of Pleached Lindens in their teak-clad planters with individually planted boxwoods
“While every garden is tailored to the client, Harrison Green approaches all projects looking to do more with less. They often use evergreens and a simple planting approach to create timeless landscapes with a contemporary edge.”

Project Credits

Morris Adjmi Architects Building Architect
Nicholas Calcott Photographer
North Sea Air Videographer