The Seelig's commissioned Craig Pocock to deliver a contemporary design response to an award winning house designed by Matthew Bremer of Architecture formation. The design created a series of landscape spaces that centered on transforming rainwater collection and storage into art forms such as feature runnels, stone cisterns and a floodable courtyard. The landscape created a stage on which the the house seamlessly integrated making it hard to tell where the architect's pencil stopped and the landscape architects pencil took over. The Seelig's house and garden design was published in the New York Times and 12 years on Bremer and Pocock still collaborate.
Upstate New York
Client: The Seelig Family
Architecture In Formation, Matt Bremer