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Landscape Architect Gavin Duke collaborated with architect John Abernathy of Nashville firm DA|AD & the Carter Group on this renovation. Duke created environments that enhance outdoor living by uniting the architecture of the indoor and outdoor spaces. The artful design of this modern home is truly reflected in the landscape.

Landscape Architect Gavin Duke collaborated with architect John Abernathy of Nashville firm DA|AD & the Carter Group on this renovation. Duke created environments that enhance outdoor living by uniting the architecture of the indoor and outdoor spaces. The artful design of this modern home is truly reflected in the landscape.

Landscape Architect Gavin Duke collaborated with architect John Abernathy of Nashville firm DA|AD & the Carter Group on this renovation. Duke created environments that enhance outdoor living by uniting the architecture of the indoor and outdoor spaces. The artful design of this modern home is truly reflected in the landscape.

Landscape Architect Gavin Duke collaborated with architect John Abernathy of Nashville firm DA|AD & the Carter Group on this renovation. Duke created environments that enhance outdoor living by uniting the architecture of the indoor and outdoor spaces. The artful design of this modern home is truly reflected in the landscape. photo by John Chiasson

Recently published on the front page of World Landscape Architecture, Crater Hill embodies the beauty of modern design. The project includes the landscape design of 17 acres and the complete renovation of an existing home to accommodate a sophisticated family’s love of art. Landscape architect, Gavin Duke, worked closely with art collector homeowners to design innovative outdoor living spaces to feature their interests and passions.

The Restoration of Nashville's Historic Boxwood Estate

Reinventing the Landscape, The good news was, we knew what to expect from one another. Architect Gil Schafer and I had been friends and colleagues for a long time, and he was aware of what I call my "irreverent" approach to interior decoration. Gavin Duke reinvented the landscaping that gave "Boxwood" its name.