SQUEEZE PLAY: Landscape architect Rita Hodge added tall black bamboo and lower-growing perennials to soften this narrow, vertical entry. Photo: Ralph Smith Photography / handout

Vertical gardening takes plants to new heights

SQUEEZE PLAY: Landscape architect Rita Hodge added tall black bamboo and lower-growing perennials to soften this narrow, vertical entry. Photo: Ralph Smith Photography / handout - My Wonder Garden

Y.A. studio - Noe Valley (rear view)

Rear view of a stylish contempory multi-faceted house design by Y. Would love to see if this can be achieved with period properties in the UK

From run-down to ready for sale: a house flipped in 6 months! From the February 2016 issue of Inside Out magazine. Styling by Marsha Golemac. Photography by Brooke Holm. Available from newsagents, Zinio, http://www.zinio.com, Google Play, https://play.google.com/store/magazines/details/Inside_Out?id=CAowu8qZAQ, Apple’s Newsstand, https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/inside-out/id604734331?mt=8ign-mpt=uo%3D4 and Nook.

From run-down to ready for sale: a house flipped in 6 months! From the February 2016 issue of Inside Out magazine.

Historic Toronto home gets contemporary update by Post Architecture

Post Architecture has added a protruding window box to a century-old brick house as part of a major renovation of the urban residence.

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