Clients, architects, and landscape designers collaborate to restore a crumbling shoreline.

Where storm-driven trees and brush once tumbled down a 22-foot bluff into Carter’s Creek in Virginia’s Northern Neck, a living shoreline now reduces sediment pollution and introduces new life to the Chesapeake Bay.

It’s a cutting-edge landscape intervention that flowed from a collaboration among four forward-thinking entities: the Tides Inn luxury resort in Irvington, Virginia; Gluckman Tang Architects from New York; Waterstreet Studio out of Richmond, Virginia; and Bay Design Group from Urbanna, Virginia.

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