Assouline – Hamptons Gardens by Jack de Lashmet
From sustainable native gardens to the over-the-top, these spaces are the work of artists using the natural world as their medium to frame or disguise houses both modern and traditional. From new, minimalist gardens in Amagansett to the ambling greenery of the famed Grey Gardens, Hamptons Gardens explores the most important gardens and cultivation trends of today.
- 268 pages
- 155 illustrations
- English language
- Released in April 2011
- W 10.98 x L 13.93 x D 1.69 in
- Hardcover with Jacket
- ISBN: 9782759405114
- 3.565 kg
About the Author:
Landscape designer Jack de Lashmet has served as the garden editor of HAMPTONS magazine, where his column entitled “Diary of a Mad Gardener” remains the basis for his sought-after national lecture series. His firm, deLashmet & Associates, has completed notable bespoke landscape projects and historic garden restorations throughout the United States and Europe. His work has been seen on the pages of Town & Country, Elle Décor, House & Garden, and Hamptons Cottages & Gardens, among others. A frequent collaborator with fellow landscape architects, architects, and designers, he is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects. He lives and works in East Hampton.