The Stone House garden occupies the site of the classic summer home in bucolic New Jersey. The primary framework, material choices, and plant palette for the garden were chosen in response to the agricultural landscape surrounding the site. Working in collaboration with Beyer Blinder Belle Architects in New York, a series of intimate outdoor rooms were created in response to the apertures of the home, establishing a strong relationship between the interior and exterior spaces. Hand laid, native stone walls frame the intimate shrub and vibrant perennial gardens.



Stone House
Peapack, New Jersey