A major facilities expansion at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden spurred the design of a central garden complex to connect the new buildings and conservatory. A progression of outdoor “rooms” features walled courtyards, a medicinal and meditative healing garden, and a sunken garden with oval fountain. Programming and plans were prepared for exhibits in the 15,560 square-foot conservatory. The firm has also provided design services for the Rose Belvedere and recommendations for redevelopment of other garden areas on the historic property.
Collaborators: Rough Brothers, Inc., Glavé & Holmes Architecture