Gregory Lombardi

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Gregory Lombardi Design Inc., Cambridge, Mass.

The oddly shaped lot is wide near the house, with a narrow strip running to the back of the property line. Lombardi took advantage of this long piece of land by stacking the hard structures there — a pool, pool house and tennis court. More

Big & Beautiful
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Big & Beautiful

Larger backyards can seem like an embarrassment of riches: Where most pool... More

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Thuilot Associates, Berkeley, Calif.

The combination of stone and metal is used for the waterfeature. A strip of Napa basalt accents the steel wall and spout. More

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Creating Harmony

Joey Pecoraro takes his materials seriously More

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Broussard Associates, Clovis, Calif.

When Bartell was hired to design this substantial backyard, there only existed a large swimming pool in the middle of the property with grass extending 3 feet back. Beyond that there was just dirt. More

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Architectural Design Concepts, Las Vegas, Nev.

On this 3-acre lot, Pecoraro didn’t have the luxury of using high walls, structures or terracing to divide the space. More

The Time Machine
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The Time Machine

Because it lies at the exact stylistic point where traditional meets contemporary. More

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