Rosemary Beach, Florida

The landscape at the Gaskin Residence in Rosemary Beach, Florida exhibits the same whimsical character of the house by architect George Israel. The multi-colored pavers and unique use of the building materials contribute an abstract gothic look with a tapestry of varied patterns. The arched gateway repeats the same shape at the front entrance. Space flows from the entrance gate to the side patio and terrace as a function of circulation as well as outdoor living space. The paving pattern varies in shape and color as the three primary areas transition to the next space. A fountain at the gateway wall provides the soothing sound of light rain. The plant material used are all natives in keeping with the Rosemary Beach guidelines. 


Ross Land Design

George Israel and Associates 


Southern Living Magazine