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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Your thoughts please

Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles.

17 comments:

david john said...

im not feeling it. its seems off.. and unnatural. but maybe that is the point?

Camilla @ Designalogue Blog said...

It looks like garden computer game!

M said...

Is this the new version Pack-man!

erin@designcrisis said...

I like wild, naturalistic gardens with lots of structural (architectural ;) plants thrown. So I pretty much hate this.

karly / design-crisis.com said...

never ever ever at my house, but it kinda makes me giggle so I don't totally hate it

citysage said...

Ooh--barf! I grew up partly in Georgia and this is just the sort of poo poo that my mother hated about living down there. So over thought and pretentious!

Its_Lily said...

If I were driving by I would need to slam on the breaks and back up just to be sure I saw what I thought I saw. My response would be, "huh??"

Raina said...

Hello Its_Lily and welcome! I would think the street in front of this house has many skidmarks.

Designers' Brew said...

I love the fact that someone thought this was a brilliant, avant-garde (or ultra-Klassy) idea.

woodley park-zoo said...

I was thinking if the purpose is lawn bowling lanes, that'd be cool...

only a movie said...

Looks a little bit wrong. Like phallic wrong.

Debi said...

totally takes away from the house - if you remove the weird lawn things - the house is pretty nice. Love those big windows. Really strange lawn - must be hell to mow(and annoying). Maybe these same people make crocheted rock holders and moss rocks.

Cristin said...

penises.

susieq said...

Whack-a-mole or whack-a-boxwood. I live in Atlanta and this polka-dot plant container thing is popping up throughout my errands route. All I can think is that this landscaper, who is not only charging his/her fee but marking up the costs of pots and plants, is making up for recession losses. "No not a one container, not two, oh no not three... you MUST have 15!"

nkp said...

My first thought was bowling, anyone? Nice house, stupid looking lawn.

Pam Kersting said...

Hmmmmm. Interesting! Nice house with minimalist lawn and approach. The two pots on the porch are fine. The others HAVE to go. I do love the plants growing on the house too, though.

Raina said...

Thank for chiming in, Pam. I was wondering what a landscape architect thought of that, um, creation.