Residential Building Kae 1130 Vienna

The existing organic forms in the garden of this manor house were used to provide space for diverse borders. Multi-stemmed rock pears complement the old trees and create a transition between tall old trees and low mixed shrub areas. The historical stone troughs were set up like a stage set with hydrangeas and a colour-coordinated natural stone wall.


Garden area: 1300 m2
Features: generous planted areas, solitary shrubs, wooden pedestal made of IPE, natural stone wall, steppingstones made of granite, precious stone gravel area
Lighting: Davide Groppi, Royal
Botania Planting: anemone, rose, hydrangea, yew and grasses, shadow-loving compositions from Funkien, Japanese forest grass and ferns; multi-stemmed rock pear drawn in umbrella shape, Japanese maple
Plant pots: Atelier Vierkant, Domani water basin