Running Cedar, landscape architect Richard Arentz’s home in rural Virginia, represents a remarkable totality of design that can happen only when the house and garden are conceived together.
Landscape architect Richard Arentz’s home near the Rappahannock River. A view from the corner of the east lawn shows the entry walk, the main house with its terra cotta front door, the courtyard between the buildings, the pergola and a sliver of the guesthouse. With little ornamentation, the house pays homage to fine, large farmhouses of the region — but in a contemporary, almost minimalist matrix. Roger Foley Buy Photo