Landscaping around pools? Landscape designers working in the Hamptons explain how the swimming pool is an integral part of the garden.
Abuzz About Pollinator Pathways [The East Hampton Star]
Cutchogue Woods zone change will go to public hearing as town seeks input from community [The Suffolk Times]
Housing Bills Aim to Incentivize Accessory Units [The East Hampton Star]
North Haven Village Board Hears Plea For Accessory Apartments [27East]
Habitat for Humanity eyes more local projects with Cutchogue possibly up next [The Suffolk Times]
Greenport considers changes to proposed parking law after public feedback [The Suffolk Times]
ADA Ramp Hearing For 230 Elm Rescheduled [27East]
Village trustees draft letter of support for Widow’s Hole Preserve restoration [The Suffolk Times]
Town Board considers amendment to bring town code in line with state Long Island Workforce Housing Act [Riverhead Times-Review]
Frederico Azevedo’s Unlimited Earth Care celebrates the opening of its Garden Market in Bridgehampton, where gardeners can find everything from flowers to garden sculptures.
Amid the pandemic, many residents have been spending more time in their homes, as well as observing and enjoying the outdoors from gardens to lawns. So it’s no surprise that Frederico Azevedo, an award-winning landscape designer based in the Hamptons, is finding growing interest from Montauk to Palm Beach, spanning resorts and other regions.
Homeowners’ desire for their abode to have curb appeal doesn’t end when the sun sets, which is why many hire a home improvement specialist who specializes in lighting up outdoor spaces.
Dubbed the “Oscars of the design world,” the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) will celebrate architects, designers, artists and academics during its 40th anniversary dinner.
Landscape Details leads the way in how hedges can define a space.