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Family house garden with gazebo

Pavilion as an undisturbed garden oasis

Due to a newly built single-family house on the neighboring property, the client wanted a natural boundary and an interesting screen for more privacy. The newly built pavilion in the front part of the garden, where previously a plain meadow with single trees dominated, blends charmingly into the surroundings and invites to relax and linger. An elegant wooden walkway leads to the pavilion, from where the view sweeps over the mountains and the surrounding landscape. 

The quiet and protected place in a cozy atmosphere has become the center of the garden. A wooden privacy wall as a connection between the residential house and the pavilion provides additional privacy and ensures a coherent demarcation from the neighboring property. Perennial and grass plantings break up the straight privacy wall. Pavilion, wooden walkway and the privacy wall made of the same wood harmonize perfectly with the architecture of the residential house. 

Two existing solitary trees have been given a new place and set highlights in the meadow in front of the pavilion. An individual lighting concept further emphasizes the harmonious ambience at dusk and in the dark. The lighting perfectly sets the scene for individual specimen trees and the attractive privacy wall.

Coherent ambience

The existing seating area at the house was previously enclosed by a wall, which has now been opened at the front and sides, bringing more air into the design. The seating area appears more open and is accessible from both sides via a staircase. Existing stones at the front access were placed in such a way that they form a natural staircase in the meadow. Existing plantings of espalier trees, bamboo, and maple were supplemented with a loose grass planting to create a cohesive ambiance. Side access is via a newly constructed staircase made of natural stone, which perfectly matches the existing wall and harmonizes with the natural stone treads on the seating area. The combination of gravel and natural stone continues around the house: a path of gravel and stepping stones leads around the house and is surrounded by flowering shrubs and grasses. In this back area of the garden, specimen plants are placed in matching containers in such a way that an interesting highlight in the garden can be discovered from every room of the house.



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  • Acer palmatum (Fan maple)
  • Parrotia persica (Ironwood tree)
  • Osmanthus burkwoodii (scented flower)
  • Photinia fraseri 'Red Robin' (Glossy medlar)
  • Prunus lusitanica (Portuguese Cherry Laurel)


  • Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight' (panicle hydrangea)
  • Hydrangea paniculata 'Bobo' (panicle hydrangea)
  • Rhododendron obtusum 'Diamond White' (Rhododendron)
  • Rhododendron obtusum 'Kermesina Rose' (Rhododendron)
  • Hebe pinguifolia (Shrub veronica)


  • Heuchera villosa var. macrorrhiza (Purple Bellflower)
  • Heuchera alba 'Bridget Bloom' (purple bellflower)
  • Armeria maritima 'Alba' (grass carnation)
  • Mazus reptans (labial mouth)
  • Astilbe chinensis var. pumila (Pale pine)
  • Astilbe japonica 'Germany' (Japanese daisy)
  • Tiarella wherryi (foam flower)
  • Alchemilla xanthochlora (lady's mantle)
  • Geranium macrorrhizum 'Czakor' (Cranesbill)
  • Nepeta faassenii 'Senior' (catnip)
  • Miscanthus sinensis 'Little Fountain' (Chinese reed)
  • Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Hameln' (lampbush grass)
  • Carex morrowii (Japan sedge)


  • Wood (Accoya pre-greyed)
  • Chaussierung
  • Natural stone slate


  • Lighting
  • Garden furniture

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