Giang designed the hardscape and landscape of $2.5M spec home in a neighborhood next to Santa Monica, CA. No sprinklers were used in the front yard because she integrated drought-tolerant native plants - agaves, cordyline and succulents - into the landscape design. The backyard features an entertaining area with concrete paver, a wood bench and a firepit. Conscious of the California drought in recent years, she used decomposed granite, which permits precious rainwater to seep back into the ground, in the front and backyard She also designed the modern interior and managed the construction of this home. See pictures in the Interiors section.