Tuesday, 9 December 2008

Case Study - Large Garden in Surrey - Update 3

The contractors are really cracking on now and the blockwork that forms the curves and retaining walls of the conservatory terrace are almost finished. They are working on the corner terrace, and some clarification was needed on the design changes in this area. Since the master plan was completed the small corner terrace in the lower right-hand corner of the garden has been re-designed. A higher rear wall incorporating a circular porthole and a semi-circular raised bed has been added. The porthole is being referred to as a moon gate although it is not strictly a moon gate as it is not possible to walk through it; its purpose is purely decorative and allows a view through to the planting behind.

No comments: