The Outsider: Viewing Garden in Park Slope

THE CENTRAL FEATURE of this Brooklyn backyard is a circular structure made of copper-colored steel, which serves two functions: it acts as a retaining wall to support soil for plantings and also provides seating for a group. The unusual design is by Sasha Newman of Little Miracles Designs, and it’s the latest in my series of Sunday garden columns for Brownstoner.

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One Response to The Outsider: Viewing Garden in Park Slope

  1. Mary-Liz Campbell says:

    While I love the basic design and would love to see the space when the plantings have filled in, I think I would feel very uncomfortable in such a cold space. It needs trees or shrubs or vines to scale those cold blank walls down. Kinda looks like a prison yard…

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