The romantic garden
customer: family S., summer 2007
The project’s main focus were connecting paths, huge pavements and a rose arch. It was our customer’s wish not to move the rose arch.
In order to avoid a complete sealing with stones and still meet our cumstoner’s expectations we decided to divide the area.
We distinguished between two different areas, firstly the necessary pathways and areas (which can also be used during winter time) and secondly between grass pavers and the remaining areas.
Those however weren’t lawned, but were planted with Sagina subulata.
To create a cosy and homely atmosphere we decided to devide the property with the help of a hill.
The part viewing the house was covered with a natural stone masonry. Out of this a waterfall rises which then flows into a small pond.
A further highlight was an Albitzia julibrissin which was used at a crossroads.
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