Finished gardens & terraces - Our reference projects
The wooden deck around the new two-family house is slightly elevated, gently separating it from the expansive lawn. From the generous wooden deck, a few stepping stones lead through the lawn to a seating area directly on the lake. In this area of the garden, a lot of gravel and dry stone walls were used. The wall can also be used optimally as a seating area with a view towards the lake. At the same time, the chosen sandstone dry stone wall provides a biotope for various amphibians and insects.
This ecological added value of the garden was particularly important to the builders. The materials and the curved lines characterize this natural garden with a fantastic lake view.
The chaussiered seating area is slightly lower than the lawn all around. This creates a fine spatial division of the garden, without breaking the unity of the whole plot. In order not to disturb the very special view, trees or larger shrubs were omitted in the front part of the seating area. Instead, there is an area next to the seating area where natural planting is allowed to develop freely. This naturalness was taken up and underlined with the rough stones that lead to the boat ramp. The transition from the lawn to the seating area as well as the slope protection was designed with flat sandstones and planted with native perennials.
The wooden deck seen in the background belongs to the second party of the two-family house. Take a look at our reference "House by the lake" here.
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