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A living garden in autumn

A garden on different levels

This residential garden of a newly built family house offers its owners harmonious hours in different places and impresses with a quiet choice of materials. The living and dining area is located on the upper floor of the house, from where the view of the surrounding landscape and mountains can be enjoyed. On this level, a cozy seating area invites you to enjoy and barbecue. High-quality natural stone slabs provide an elegant and simple ambience at the same time, while an attractive solitary tree forms a special eye-catcher in the garden.

Surrounded by a natural stone seating wall, the ironwood tree stands out from the rest of the seating area and acts as a magical focal point on the upper level. The covered seating area, with a modern pergola that provides a beautiful play of light and shade, is enclosed by a higher natural stone wall. From here you can look over the rest of the garden and enjoy cozy hours in a quiet atmosphere.

Seat in harmonious privacy

On the lower level, a generous lawn emphasizes the size of the garden. Surrounded by pretty rock pines underplanted with airy grasses, one experiences undisturbed privacy here. A special highlight in this area of the garden is the timeless natural stone facade with the seating area below. On the facade, a bed offers space for a small herb and fruit garden. The high-quality natural stone continues here as well and perfectly matches the unique architecture of the house. This seating area is also bordered by a slightly less high natural stone wall. The surrounding evergreen yew hedge creates a wonderful privacy screen and increases privacy.

Inviting entrance area

The calm and harmonious choice of materials already begins in the entrance area of this residential garden. The large forecourt with garage and protected house entrance is bordered on the sides by selected specimen trees and an airy band of grasses with flowering shrubs. The specimen trees have an atmospheric autumn color and are pretty eye-catchers that radiate a warm ambience when you come home. The evergreen and low-maintenance hedge cleverly conceals the container space. It continues to the other levels and naturally delimits the entire garden.

During the garden remodeling & after




  • Acer palmatum (Japanese fan maple)
  • Amelanchier lamarckii (Copper Rock Pear)
  • Porrotia persica (Ironwood tree)
  • Cornus kousa (flowering dogwood)


  • Hydrangea paniculata 'Bobo' and 'Kyushu' (panicle hydrangea)
  • Hydrangea macrophylla 'Sibilla' (garden hydrangea)
  • Ribes rubrum (red currant)
  • Ribes nigrum (black currant)
  • Vaccinium corymbosum (blueberry)
  • Malus (apple tree, espalier)


  • Vinca minor (Small periwinkle)
  • Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote Blue' (Lavender)
  • Fragaria vesca (wild strawberry)
  • Miscanthus sinensis 'Yakushima Dwarf' (Chinese reed)
  • Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Hameln' and 'Little Bunny' (lampbush grass)


  • Soglio quartzite seat wall and floor slabs


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