Architectural Digest Features Fun House Farm

Trees, too, form an underlying framework, whether in the case of the dining area’s rows of elms, the site’s preserved native pines, or the butterfly garden’s new pollarded catalpa. And when it comes to pollinators, the spirit is very much the more the merrier, with swaths of fescue and clover luring birds and bees. “There was a major ecological preservation element to our approach,” Hollander says. “Providing a pollinator habitat is important to our overall health.”