The overall formal theme of the private estate is reflected in all the landscape spaces, plantings and materials used for the hardscapes. Stone urns are centered in geometric plantings of hedges, while a stone walkway leads to the grand entryway of the house.
For a southern California garden, plants with low water needs are a smart choice. Here, the succulents are laid out in a sophisticated, geometric design, juxtaposed with pavers, groundcover plants and a small pond.
To help soften the clean geometric lines of the stone steps, grass is planted at the risers. Large stone urns are full of beautiful plantings, while contemporary yet comfortable furniture overlooks the negative-edge pool.
This warm dining room makes use of natural light with geometric windows and artificial light with a candlelight chandelier. A simple flower arrangement of white tulips complements a palm plant in the corner.
Off the Palladian home, a negative-edge pool blends into the natural surroundings, dropping off into a beautiful waterfall below. Well-planned flower beds, featuring native plantings, soften the strong geometric lines of the hardscaping.
Flourishing indoor plants bring a lively pop of green into this contemporary gray and white office space. Graphic gray and white wall paper and geometric patterned pillows add layers of visual interest without overpowering the space.
This contemporary backyard uses crisp, geometric shapes and angles to create a clean, simple, uncluttered feel. A Japanese yew and boxwood hedge with Camellia sasanqua and Japanese blueberry plants are a just-right touch of nature.
Grass is planted between large pavers to soften the hardscaping, and the walkway creates a contemporary, geometric entry to this modern Florida home. Sleek landscape lighting and palm trees line the pathway.
A fluffy pouf and chandelier’s round globes are fun-loving features in an urban Atlanta condo designed by Wake + Loom. The living room also has a leather couch, criss-cross floor lamp, a geometric rug and container plants.
The plants in this home's outdoor area are sparse, but very intentional. Sculptural succulents and grasses stand out against gray gravel and the building's white stone exterior. Strips of green grass turn pavers into a geometric statement.