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Great Ideas: Urban Oases

2013.09.17


No matter how small, no matter how simple, a garden or terrace is the ultimate city luxury

By Elle Decor Staff

 

 

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MANHATTAN GARDEN 

For the New York City townhouse of fashion designer Nanette Lepore and her family, Jonathan Adler designed a patio table custom made by Unicorn Art Studio and set with Bisazza tiles. The garden was landscaped by Blue Angel Garden Design and is hung with birdhouses by Adler.

 

 

 

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FRENCH PATIO

At an 18th-century row house in the French city of Perpignan, the window grilles and a keystone are emblazoned with the monogram of the onetime owners, the family behind JOB-brand cigarette papers. The courtyard's rustic wood furniture provides a striking contrast to the home's ornate Victorian interior.

 


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MEXICAN COURTYARD

The two-story house owned by interior designer Leslie Tung and architect Gerard McCormack in the Mexican town of San Miguel de Allende features a tile-floored courtyard garden. The settee is by Casamidy, and the checkerboard stone-and-marble table was designed by LisBisgaard for Tung's shop, Mitu Atelier. The red walls were inspired by the colors of China's Forbidden City; landscape architect Alfonso Alarcon fashioned the cement fountain.

 

 

 

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MANHATTAN TERRACE

Architect Ellen Honigstock designed the terrace—as well as an industrial-style pergola inspired by the work of Jean Prouvé—for photographer Pieter Estersohn's penthouse on Manhattan's Gramercy Park. The teak armchairs are by Brown Jordan, and the tablecloth with Indian henna patterns is by Pomegranate.

 

 

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