Collection by Luke Hopping

Groundbreaking Landscape Designs


From an overgrown monolith to a modern-day hanging garden, these yards, gardens, and installations represent the future of an ancient tradition.

A maple tree grows through an ipe deck in the garden that Mary Barensfeld designed for a family in Berkeley, California.
Urban Garden for Durst Organization, Bank of America building, New York, NY, 2010.
The architect behind this angular New Zealand home used surplus soil from the excavation to create a grassy berm, which...
The view from the uppermost level of the yard looks down to the slide and the sloped lawn, sandbox, and, beyond the...
In Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Ivy softens the hard edges of the cinder-block structure.
Architect Will Winkelman and landscape architect Todd Richardson collaborated with a client, JT Bullitt, to design a...

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