2008 – 2009
This country house is positioned on a three parcel property. The fluent and open character of this private garden connects the three parcels and gives the impression of one solid property.
We have achieved this by planting the berms of the property with beech, massif Rhododendrons and well positioned solitary trees. These elements make the garden feel intimate and cozy despite its size. Furthermore the elements increase the sense of depth within the whole.
In Autumn and winter, the well-defined structure of the garden is maintained. The solitary trees and shrubs masses create interesting silhouettes with striking contrasts in color.