Here the design needed to accentuate a Neo-Georgian design of the house. The design was planned around mature fruit bearing trees on site. The whole front yard was divided into a geometric pattern to make both the landscape and the house a coherent entity. The front entry classic portico over the door needed to marry with the out of scale porch in a cohesive way. Aligning the ground plane with the portico through grey flagstone anchored the entry to the landscape. Beyond that, a brick cross pad was laid into the driveway to clarify the entry to the garden and break up the expanse of driveway area. Brick inlay was used to create a border around the planting beds and driveway. Similar material was used to bring together a lounge area at the back. Gravel used in between the brick minimizes the impervious surface of the driveway and further defines the parking area. The backyard features more rustic look with rough stone defining the side beds, along with forming the back rockery to hold the grade and to naturalize the hill.