Residential House Pf Neusiedl am See


A CLOUD AND A TULIP TREE. 
The strict structure of the steppingstone path was used in this concept to create defined sections throughout the large garden area. The structurally rich planting concept covers everything from ground cover to solitary shrubs and creates the illusion of space. The well-thought-out furniture and lighting concept provides the final touch. 

FACTSHEET

Architecture: Halbritter & Hillerbrand
Garden area: 1800 m2
Furniture: Paola Lenti
Features: generous planted areas, specimen plants, grit planting areas, steel band edges, exposed concrete wall
Illumination: Davide Groppi, Royal Botania
Planting: multi-stemmed rock pear in the shape of an umbrella, free-growing pine, tulip tree, rose, hydrangea, grasses and evergreens, verbena and perovskine groves, sweetgum, southern European Judas tree, pine, Portuguese laurel cherry, Japanese maple, green maple
Plant pots: Domani