In this pastoral setting, a space created for relaxation and the pleasures of water. A country setting inspires materials such as stone, reclaimed wood and metal, while vegetation selections are guided by the co-habitation of older plants and “newcomers”: this ensures steady, on-going blossoms! When the sun goes down, the lighting features are charming, not overwhelming. The result is a feeling of serenity and well-being shared amongst family and friends.
This project was awarded 2nd Prize in the category Le tour de la maison of the 29th Landscaping Competition of the APPQ (Feb. 2008).
This project was awarded 2nd Prize in the category Un rendez-vous nocturne of the 26th Landscaping Competition of the APPQ (Feb. 2005).