Daniel Nolan designs gardens that could be described as both exotic and familiar. His plantings, based on foliage and shades of green, are both expressive and balanced in their proportion, and his hardscapes are minimal and refined. As a design student Daniel realized that his upbringing among the gardens and scenic beauty of Pennsylvania's Brandywine Valley had contributed to his paired down sensibility, but it was in California where his love of rare and unusual plants grew and allowed him to express his creativity. His work now appears in some of the Bay Area's most beautiful homes and properties, quiet but confident, dignified but relaxed.

Seen in

Architectural Digest, Dwell, Elle Decor, Martha Stewart Living, Monocle, Sunset Magazine, Traditional Home, The SF Chronicle





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