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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote The living room was extended into the garden in this end of terrace North London house, creating an opportunity to link the two spaces and make a roof terrace on top. On the borders of Primrose Hill, Regent’s Park and St John’s Wood the residence offered both the garden and roof terrace as blank canvasses; there was also a front garden to tackle. Although the design contains many intricate details, the initial plan came about fairly quickly. This was aided by the nature of the site, the chemistry with the client and the relaxed budget. Because the interior was in place when I first visited, I was able to take inspiration from a few key elements that let to quite an instinctive response and a unique contemporary garden design. The first idea was to reiterate the shape of the indoor fireplace by creating 2 benches with a similar aperture. The benches act as an important focal point from the living space and offer ample seating as well as ambient lighting. This feature is set off by the lines of the hardwood in the deck, step and bench seats which join the lines of the interior flooring. The second feature is the granite waterfall, which is offset to the side of the garden producing a captivating flow into two pools. The client was fascinated with water and introduced this must have into the brief. It was a successful amalgamation of previous techniques and use of granite with the client’s vision input and determination. It was truly fascinating to recreate South of France visions in a north London garden. Video Rating: / 5


  • Milany Quinto 4 years ago

    Thank you.This is such a good idea

  • Steven Ogg 4 years ago

    Have to say your finishing is outstanding, what materials did you use for the corner  bench, Id love to know how much it costs please.

  • Garden Sheds Devon 4 years ago

    I perceived that this gonna be one of the most outstandingly stunning landscape design. It seems like a very discerning scenario and it was perfectly done with great innovations and innate passion. I salute your excellency!

  • Amir Schlezinger 4 years ago

    Photographs by Amir Schlezinger

    Playback by Temple 1996 'Mr Universe' Adam Temple Vocals guitar Rick Hewlett Bass vocals Amir Schlezinger Drums

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