Daily Garden 042 – Modern Stinson Beach – Blasen Landscape Architecture.

Summer is here and I officially feel like being at the beach. So when I came across this modern beach garden by Blasen landscape Architecture, I was hooked. This firms beautiful portfolio also contains some stunning more traditional gardens but this simple relaxing scene with the flowing grasses and modern buildings that have barn detailing are completely relaxing to me.

modern beach garden blasen landscape architecture california
modern beach garden blasen landscape architecture california
modern beach garden blasen landscape architecture california
modern beach garden blasen landscape architecture california

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One Response to Daily Garden 042 – Modern Stinson Beach – Blasen Landscape Architecture.

  1. Oh my. You’re right, the simplicity of the this plant palette bridges the realms between the natural landscape and the residential gardens. …We all need a beach house, don’t you think?

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