west panorama // Seattle, WA
The structure of the garden dates to 1910 and the home’s architect, Carl Frelinghuysen Gould, was the most prominent Seattle architect of his generation. The project added a pool to the upper garden terrace, which offers a 270 degree view to the west looking at downtown Seattle, Queen Anne Hill, and Lake Union. Simple elements respect the historic fabric of the property and provide a foreground to the panorama. Additional terraces were addressed to make room for soccer and entertaining. The landscape was designed to be elegant, simple, usable, and complement the historic home.
Photography by Miranda Estes