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A garden which won the RHS People's Choice Award as voted for by the general public.
This was a space to encourage deep thinking via a continuous path with no start or end point. The aim of the garden was to slow one’s pace, mind and encourage a sense of being in the moment.
An aid to walking meditation, along the path one could appreciate the filigree forms of umbellifers and gossamer fennel leaves with subtleties such as plant movement in a breeze and backlit petals heightened.
Located in the County Down countryside this modern, 4 bedroom dwelling has been designed to provide stunning open plan living, maximum use of inside/outside space and maximum use of renewable technologies to minimise the clients impact on the environment.
With floorplates of an acre and ceiling heights up to four metres, maximising the flexibility of layouts and providing visual interest within these huge volumes were critical to our re-engineering of this under-used 1980s development.
Our solution sees the introduction of a 100-metre long ‘street’ in the heart of the building, providing pockets of space for waiting or meeting.