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Between family and vines | Avensan

GIVING LIFE BY RETHINKING SPACES

Reaching a visual harmony while creating a boundary between personal and professional lives.
The project has given to this garden a welcoming sense which was key for the clients.
Paths are clearer and redesigned ; hedges were diversified and define the vineyard plot from the rest of the garden.
Plants were chosen for their ability to host auxiliary insects and birds.

Wishes & needs

  • Redefining spaces
  • Enhance biodiversity
  • Welcoming sense

Characteristics

2 Hectares garden

At the top of the sand dune | Arcachon

THINKING A PROJECT AROUND A CENTRAL ELEMENT

Inspired by sand dune vegetation, I seeked to create an airy garden.
Numerous colours from plants’ blossoms all year round give life to a garden where curiosity will take one on a stroll.

Wishes & needs

  • Redefining the use of the garden
  • New drive
  • Reconnecting the garden to the patio
  • Highlighting this existing planting

Characteristics

300 m2, 60’s house

Château Figeac | Saint-Emilion

GIVING A GREEN BOWER TO THE REFURBISHED WINERY

I redesigned parts of the park and completed a large landscaped carpark. Around 20 naturalized trees have been planted to create an harmony with the existing trees and fruit trees from the kitchen garden.
Inspired by rural natural landscape, planting is airy and flowerings follow each season to welcome auxiliary and pollinator insects.

Wishes & needs

  • Enhance the beauty of the building
  • Creating 40 car parking spaces
  • Welcoming guests
  • Hosting pollinator insects and birds

Characteristics

Listed wooded area ; 1 hectare project

Family Cocoon | BASTIDE NEIGHBOURHOOD

THINKING THE GARDEN AS AN ADDITIONAL ROOM

The garden can be a room part of the house, so it gives a sense of proximity and favours le link behind the house and all levels of the garden.
While planning the garden, luxury furniture has been chosen simultaneously in order to keep the right proportions and respecting the scale of the garden. Including an L shaped staircase, the project gave space for a swimming pool.
– work in progress-

Wishes & needs

  • Creating extra rooms
  • Linking the outdoor to the indoor
  • Optimizing restricted space

Characteristics

60 m2

Château Kirwan | Margaux-Cantenac

BETWEEN AGROECOLOGY AND LANDSCAPE DESIGN

This Chateau’s winery refurbishment had an impact on existing planting and its direct surroundings.
Two areas were then created : Front of the winery and between the building and the vines. These two complexe spaces were an opportunity to use plants which, on top of their aesthetic look, could host auxiliary and pollinator insects.

Wishes & needs

  • Giving a meaning to the aesthetic
  • Embendding the new building in its surrounding

Characteristics

500 m2, exclusively melliferous plants

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