A rooftop oasis adds outdoor connection to this Manhattan town house. It's planted with red fescue at the client's request for a wild and unmaintained look and an experience akin to "walking through a field."
Mojo Stumer Associates Architects and landscape architects Town & Gardens partnered to rejuventate an overlooked outdoor area at a Manhattan penthouse. Their objective was to elevate the terrace to match the inviting, modern interiors.
The residents of this renovated Williamsburg duplex worked with landscape firm Staghorn Design Studio for the plantings on their rooftop terrace, where an Elan dining table from Design Within Reach.
The newly built-out second-floor roof terrace at this Tribeca loft has an unobstructed view of the Empire State Building. The outdoor table is vintage Paul McCobb.
Large planters give the green roof at this SoHo row house a broader than usual range of plantings. A rainwater-collection barrel (to the right, beyond this photo) irrigates the roof garden.