This 4200 square feet private garden combines a desert atmosphere with a spectacular water feature. The plantation mainly exists out of cacti, agaves and palm trees.
A stone rock garden divides the big open space leading up to the architectural waterfall. This water element is made up by 10 foot stone walls with playful see through holes on the sides that creates 2 separate spaces without losing the complete overview of the garden. In the middle water falls as a curtain from the structure. This adds the needed freshness as well as the playful sound of the water in the otherwise quiet garden.
Behind this water wall we find the peaceful sitting area, paved in nature stone and covered by canvas.
An architectural campfire can be fuelled by natural gas and turns this sitting area into a zone fit for long evenings with friends and family.