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Gardenista Considered Design Awards: 5 Winning Garden Spaces

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Gardenista Considered Design Awards: 5 Winning Garden Spaces

Remodelista Team July 27, 2013

Last week, Michelle and Erin profiled five winning garden projects; see the verdant victors at Gardenista. And stay tuned for more next week. 

Above: The Best Urban Garden Winner is landscape architect Alexandra Tasker Marx, who spent a decade creating an urban sanctuary in LA to suit her family’s needs.

Above: The Best Outdoor Room Winner is Wall Morris Interior Design’s Irish workman’s cottage near Dublin. 

Above: The Best Architectural Garden Feature Winner is Specht Harpman (members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory), who created a modern sanctuary in New Canaan, CT, working with Gunn Landscape Architecture.

Above: The Best Indoor Garden Winner is Liz Tan, who writes a bog called Seats Plant House to document her adventures in indoor gardening.

Above: The Best Edible Garden Winner is BaDesign, a multi-disciplinary design studio in Oakland, California, who created a modern, cohesive garden for a young couple in California. 

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