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Backyard Wabi-Sabi Rocks and stones suggest a Japanese garden in this courtyard retreat outside a Los Angeles house. Amphitheater-style steps provide extra seating when the homeowners are having a party.

a backyard oasis...i love how the garden is integrated...

Very much the idea for the backyard: decks and walkways moving you through the planting areas and no grass to mow! Plus, very easy to accomplish in design ideas design interior design

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Modern Outdoor: Clean Lined Patios

Though much of the outdoor life of the house is within the confines of the yard, the design has a porousness that allows a perpetual, if mediated, interaction with the neighbors and the street. Photo by: João CanzianiCourtesy of: Joao Canziani

BN Cao. Los Angeles, CA.  	 My husband built our Little Free Library for me as an anniversary present. He designed it with the midcentury modern architecture in mind to reflect our neighborhood's most prominent architect Richard Neutra.

My husband built our Little Free Library for me as an anniversary present. He designed it with the midcentury modern architecture in mind to reflect our neighborhood's most prominent architect Richard Neutra.

John Lautner's Harpel House

Outside John Lautner's Painstakingly Resurrected Harpel House

As part of the John Lautner one hundredth birthday celebrations, the Lautner Foundation and the MAK Center opened up four of Lautner's houses for a tour this past weekend.

It's no coincidence if Japanese gardens remind you of those scene-in-a-shoebox dioramas you made in grade school. They're worlds in miniature. Add Zen to your garden by stealing these 10 ideas:

10 Garden Ideas to Steal from Japan

It& no coincidence if Japanese gardens remind you of those scene-in-a-shoebox dioramas you made in grade school. They& worlds in miniature. Add Zen to your garden by stealing these 10 ideas:

SORRY, NO PRADA SHOES or bling on this list to catch anybody’s eye. My must-have’s for living these days are [read more…]

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Gardener and writer Margaret Roach, guest judge of Gardenista 2014 Considered Design Awards

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