Tiny Garden Retreat on New York's Long Island

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March 24, 2014
In New York’s Nassau County, a 125-square-foot garden retreat offers a haven from bustling contemporary life. Read Full Article
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  Though diminutive in size, Jerome A. Levin’s backyard structure has lofty ambitions. “I wanted to create a place that feels like it has no connection to the world it stems from,” Levin says. Photo by Dustin Cohen.  Photo by: Dustin Cohen
    Though diminutive in size, Jerome A. Levin’s backyard structure has lofty ambitions. “I wanted to create a place that feels like it has no connection to the world it stems from,” Levin says. Photo by Dustin Cohen.

    Photo by: Dustin Cohen

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  Through the pocket door and window, the Levin family can spy the verdant garden. Photo by Dustin Cohen.  Photo by: Dustin Cohen
    Through the pocket door and window, the Levin family can spy the verdant garden. Photo by Dustin Cohen.

    Photo by: Dustin Cohen

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  Laminate floors by Dream Home, an Abbyson Living sofa, a desk, and a sleeping loft outfit the interior. Photo by Dustin Cohen.  Photo by: Dustin Cohen
    Laminate floors by Dream Home, an Abbyson Living sofa, a desk, and a sleeping loft outfit the interior. Photo by Dustin Cohen.

    Photo by: Dustin Cohen

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  Levin’s daughter Charlotte and son, Dylan, both 11, finish homework in the Metapod. A linen curtain purchased on Etsy helps regulate the amount of light entering the space. Photo by Dustin Cohen.  Photo by: Dustin Cohen
    Levin’s daughter Charlotte and son, Dylan, both 11, finish homework in the Metapod. A linen curtain purchased on Etsy helps regulate the amount of light entering the space. Photo by Dustin Cohen.

    Photo by: Dustin Cohen

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