Meadows, clouds, and modernism

I am in California now for a visit, and thrilled to be soaking up the sun and the C vibe, which is totally unique and full of flavor. So for the next week, I’ll be visiting and posting about gardens, architecture, and design here. First up, I was happy to attend an event on Saturday afternoon as part of the Cultural Landscape Foundation‘s Garden Dialogue event series, in which private gardens and landscapes nationwide are opened to the public for intimate discussions with homeowners and landscape artists and designers. This is a wonderful idea, I think, as it offers a sneak peek at some outstanding (but private) gardens and the personalities that created them. And the architecture to go with it is pretty great too.

The event I attended was at a private residence in Malibu and featured prolific meadow gardens by John Greenlee, a California-based landscape designer…

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