The article features one of our East Hampton projects, which was designed with a focus on sustainability and using native plant species. We are thrilled to have our project featured in this Palm Beach Reader article, and to be recognized for our commitment to sustainable, nature-based design.
Abby Lawless worked with Edwina von Gal on the design and long term evolution of two classic Hamptons properties.
Abby Lawless’s essay, Regeneration focuses on the potential for our personal landscapes to become life affirming for both earth and humanity.
A private commission in East Hampton, New York.
Abby Clough Lawless has a deep understanding of plants, especially what grows well where.
Since establishing her own practice in 2005, Abby Clough Lawless has continued to collaborate with Edwina von Gal on many properties throughout the east end of Long Island. Abby worked with Edwina von Gal on the three gardens photographed for this article.
Abby Clough Lawless cleared the adjacent lot of of invasive vines, creating a lush open woodland with trails inviting you to meander. Unstructured and essentially wild by design, the transformed landscape became the setting for interactive art works in Pop up 1: Montauk.
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