Bergman

In the backyard, what had been a long, narrow, dark space was reconceived as a series of distinct spaces by Low and architect Anthony Poon of Poon Design in Beverly Hills. The yard is centered on a new patio area and a canopy that Poon created with off-the-shelf street-grate material. The angle of the canopy echoes the roofline. Bergman didn’t feel bound by the conventions of her house’s midcentury architecture. She likes industrial accents and complemented the classic midcentury Architectural Pottery in the foreground with hanging planters from Chiasso.com.
Al Seib / Los Angeles Times
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