Gallerist Marianne Boesky lives above her West Chelsea gallery in a space designed by architect Deborah Berke — and she's adjacent to the Highline. She hired landscape designer Paula Hayes to create some privacy and New York Magazine gives us a peek...
Paula Hayes' specialty is giving very urban spaces a naturalist look — for the 2,400 square foot terrace she commissioned a driftwood fence from Mark Wilsonoutdoor space, and added lots of fruit trees to the more common wisteria and ivy.
Check out the story and additional pictures at New York Magazine:
Hiding From the High Line.
(Image: Nikolas Koenig)