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Originally appeared in The Ungreening of America
on February 27, 2009
James Rose House, 1954, Ridgewood, NJ One of the “Harvard three”—along with Garret Eckbo and Dan Kiley—who rebelled against the stuffy Beaux Arts curriculum, Rose made his house and gardens a lifetime project. “Here’s this shaggy, eccentric little property smack in suburbia, with pavilions and roof decks and courtyards flowing into each other and incorporating found objects.”

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