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Designed by Andrea Filippone for AJF Design, this simple yet structured landscape blends effortlessly with its surroundings…stone walls and paths compliment the greenery allowing the white farmhouse to take center stage…what a beautiful setting for a lazy summer day!

“Andrea J. Filippone is President of AJF Design, an all encompassing design firm that blends Landscape Architecture, Interior Design, and Architecture to create cohesive indoor and outdoor spaces that transcend time and place. Designs consist of the finest European and American elements brought together to create environments that look as though they have always belonged there. All projects are designed utilizing ecologically sound scientific practice to enhance the health and beauty of the environment. The boxwood nursery contains more than 50 cultivars nourished by an organic closed loop composting system and glass greenhouses that are powered by solar voltaic and thermal panels.” ~ AJF Design

photos from AJF Design

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tendenze design

The May 2012 Elle Decor is overflowing with gorgeous homes and gardens! Take for example this magical property in the middle of New Jersey horse country…Andrea Filippone and William Welch of Tendenze Design linked together four neglected barns to create an 11,000 square-foot live-and-work space complete with mature gardens, a greenhouse and orangerie…filled with inspiring architectural salvage, antiques and curiosities, this romantic oasis is heaven on earth…

The photos in today’s post are from Tendenze Design…may they enhance your ED experience! Enjoy!

“William Welch and Andrea Filippone, the creative team behind Tendenze Design, rely on architectural salvage as the key part of their multi-faceted design firm. Their inspirations come from the classic design of European country houses and gardens. Their creations go beyond the simple form to create an environment that transcends time and place. All the elements fit together to create interior and exterior spaces that warm you with that old world feel.”

~ Tendenze Design

photos from Tendenze Design

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