Space of the Day: September 15, 2011Author:California Home And Design
This space was designed by Suzanne Biaggi of S. Biaggi/Sculptural Landscapes of Petaluma. It won the 2011 CH+D Award for Landscape Design. A meditation on sustainability and global warming, it featured edibles to be harvested by diners and its own irrigation system.
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Originally featured in the January/February 2011 issue of California Home + Design.
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